John Brennan Posts Cryptic Tweet That Make People Ask: ‘Is This a Threat to Trump?’

On Sunday, former CIA Director, John Brennan sent out a cryptic tweet quoting Cicero which had many wondering if he sent out a thinly veiled threat to Trump.

Brennan tweeted: “Any man can make mistakes, but only an idiot persists in his error.” Marcus Tullius Cicero, (106-43 BC)

I think he should be seeking legal counsel instead of posting on Twitter. Some very bad things happened under his watch. But sooner or later, he will go to jail. Tick tock…

Clearly, Brennan is a clear and present danger to the United States of America. His message sounds like a threat and that has left people wondering, ‘is this a threat?’

 

 

 

 

A month ago, after the House Intelligence Committee released a 235-page report in which it was reported that they found “no evidence” of collusion between Russia and President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign, Brennan issued a warning to President Trump on Twitter, saying: “A highly partisan, incomplete, and deeply flawed report by a broken House Committee means nothing. The Special Counsel’s work is being carried out by professional investigators—not political staffers. SC’s findings will be comprehensive & authoritative. Stay tuned, Mr. Trump….”

One thing is certain. Brennan’s position did not give him absolute power over our Democracy. He took an oath to obey the Constitution and flaunted it. We can only hope that he will face consequences for his actions. At some point, justice shall prevail.

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Natalie Dagenhardt

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