Obama’s loyalists from the CIA intend to bring down the Trump’s administration.
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), which was filled with Obama’s loyalists by its former Director John Brennan, a clear Muslim sympathizer, intend to bring down the Donald Trump’s administration, which needs to be as concerned about the CIA as the National Security Agency (NSA), if it intends to find anti-Trump leakers, the Info Wars information website reported.
As the website reminded, a private security company of John Brennan was responsible “for the breach of State Department files which sanitized the passport records (still never seen by the public) of presidential candidate and then-senator Barack Obama prior to the 2008 presidential election.”
On March 21, three unnamed contract employees of the US State Department, two of whom were members of Stanley, Inc., a security firm, headed by former CIA agent John Brennan, were disciplined for breaching Obama’s passport files. Then, Brennan was serving as an advisor on intelligence and foreign policy to Sen. Obama’s presidential campaign.
Brennan, who was an undergraduate at the American University in Cairo and fluently speaks Arabic, is known as a Muslim supporter. In his speech on August 9, 2009, the former CIA director tried to legitimatize the term “jihad,” claiming that it is not the advocacy of violent Islamic terrorism, but an internal moral struggle of peaceful introspection.
The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt was supported by the Obama’s administration, when Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was ousted during the “Arab Spring,” and Muslim Brotherhood-backed Mohamed Morsi was elected as president on June 30, 2012.
Current Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has criminalized the Muslim Brotherhood and ordered to eliminate its members, who got positions in the parliament and the government under Morsi.
However, the CIA, which is full of Brennan’s loyalists, still continues to support the Muslim Brotherhood.
On February 8, the Politico magazine reported that the Trump’s administration is going to declare the Muslim Brotherhood a foreign terrorist organization despite claims of CIA analysts, according to which it “may fuel extremism” and damage relations with US allies.
The magazine quoted an internal document of the CIA, dated by January 31, according to which “a minority of Muslim Brotherhood members have engaged in violence, most often in response to harsh regime repression, perceived foreign occupation, or civil conflicts.”
“MB [Muslim Brotherhood] groups enjoy widespread support across the Near East-North Africa region and many Arabs and Muslims worldwide would view an MB designation as an affront to their core religious and societal values,” the document reads. “Moreover, a US designation would probably weaken MB leaders’ arguments against violence and provide ISIS and al-Qaida additional grist for propaganda to win followers and support, particularly for attacks against US interests.”
Brennan’s spokesman said that the former CIA director, was “deeply saddened and angered at Trump’s despicable display of self-aggrandizement,” when the US President delivered a speech in CIA headquarters before the agency’s memorial to CIA officers, deceased in the line of duty.
Brennan criticized Trump’s approach to national security, saying that the US President should not be “talking and tweeting” without understanding Russia’s threat to his country.
“Now that he’s going to have an opportunity to do something for our national security as opposed to talking and tweeting,” Brennan told Fox News on January 15. “He’s going to have tremendous responsibility to make sure that U.S. and national security interests are protected. I think he has to be mindful that he does not have a full appreciation and understanding of what the implications are of going down that road.”