Former CIA Director John Brennan met with former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper on CNN. They discussed what they think President Donald Trump should do moving forward, and revealed their bias in a shocking light.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller was tasked with investigating the rumors of President Trump colluding with Russia. The topic switched to whether President Trump should fire Mueller. “I think it’s the obligation of some executive branch officials to refuse to carry that out. I would just hope that this is not going to be a partisan issue. That Republicans, Democrats are going to see that the future of this government is at stake and something needs to be done for the good of the future,” Brennan said, according to CNN.
The two met with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer. Both Brennan and Clapper served former-President Obama. They both, as imagined, expressed their confidence in Mueller.
“Absolutely. It was an inspired choice — they don’t come any better, ” Brennan said. He continued, “If Mueller is fired, I hope our elected reps will stand up and say enough is enough.”
Despite the ties discovered between Paul Manafort and John Podesta, who both worked with each presidential candidate during the election, they seem to ignore this factor.
Clapper went on to say that he thinks the Russian interference in the US occurred. He pointed to the meeting, which showed nothing, when Donald Trump Jr., Jared Kushner, and Paul Manafort met with a Russian lawyer.
At this point, Clapper explained that he has always had “great suspicions about the Russians and what they do,” because he is a “Cold War warrior.” However, he has not spoken up about his distrust of Russia until President Trump was allegedly involved.
Then, Blitzer asked Clapper about when President Trump said the intelligence community under President Trump was like Nazi Germany. Surprisingly, he said that he found it to be a “terrible” and “insulting.”
Don’t forget that the Left has been accusing President Trump of being a modern-day Hitler. Yet, Clapper did not note that this was an offensive comment and seemed perfectly fine with this line of insults.
He then said that he was so insulted by the comment that he called President Trump personally before he took over the White House. Clapper said that President Trump asked him to rebut the information put out in the dossier, which is now known to be funded by the DNC.
On the topic of the Dossier, Blitzer said, “The whole point of the dossier, by the way, was we felt an obligation to warn him to alert him to the fact it was out there. That was the whole point.”
Many people are starting to see the truth as it has been exposed based on the dossier, Mueller’s investigation — which hasn’t turned up anything on Trump and Russia — and the Podesta Group.
CNN has a new campaign called “facts first,” but they don’t seem to follow their own promise as the facts are constantly distorted to reflect their left-leaning political bias.