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'I will attend your trial and sentencing': CIA alumnus responds to John Brennan's tweet

As Twitchy reported earlier, former CIA director John Brennan sent out another self-sanctimonious tweet about “how far we have fallen” by electing President Trump, who is inflicting tragic damage to our national conscience and our government by not being Hillary Clinton.


We’re guessing Brennan was responding to Monday’s impeachment hearings before the House Judiciary Committee and not the release of the inspector general’s report, which showed, according to NBC News’ Pete Williams, that the FBI “screwed up at every level” — at best. That’s not a good look for America’s intelligence community.

In any case, we included the following tweet in that post, but the response to CIA alumnus Mark Augustine has been tremendous. In case you missed it, here’s what he had to say to Brennan.

We’re not counting on a trial or sentencing; the Trump administration hasn’t really been rushing into any indictments of Obama administration personnel, but it’s a pleasure to hear from someone who’s not Brennan or James Comey for a change.



Even the ACLU has a tweet out today saying that the FISA process needs to be reformed.



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