Former CIA Chief-turned-Twitter-troll John Brennan attacked Attorney General Bill Barr on Tuesday after Mueller concluded that Trump’s campaign did not conspire with Russia.
Attorney General Bill Barr’s summary of Mueller’s report also stated the President Trump did not obstruct justice.
Just two weeks ago former CIA Chief John Brennan attacked President Trump saying Robert Mueller would indict Trump family members on collusion as his last act.
Brennan backpedaled on Monday.
On Monday morning John Brennan told Morning Joe he must have received “bad information.”
Evidently, he his deep state contacts led him astray.
On Tuesday, however, Brennan turned his ire towards Attorney General Bill Barr in a pair of tweets.
“While Trump Campaign engagements with the Russians were highly inappropriate, we need to accept Special Counsel Mueller’s finding that evidence of criminality was not established,” Brennan said in his first of two tweets Tuesday.
Brennan then attacked Attorney General Bill Barr and the “obstruction of justice issue” and accused him of having a “predetermined view on Presidential accountability to the rule of law,” adding, “We need to see the Report.”
The obstruction of justice issue, however, is too important to be dismissed by a Trump-appointed AG with a predetermined view on Presidential accountability to the rule of law. We need to see the Report.
— John O. Brennan (@JohnBrennan) March 26, 2019
John Brennan is one of the architects of Russiagate — his fingerprints are all over the fake, Hillary-funded Russia dossier.
Brennan lied when he insisted that the intelligence community did not rely on the dossier as part of its assessment on so-called Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
President Trump pulled John Brennan’s security clearance last year.