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Next President of the United Fates of America

Quote:What sticks in my mind is a post from Wook
who said Brennan is a moslem.

I looked into that. 
It evolves from one primary source -- John Guandolo ex-FBI agent,
and nobody out there denies it Whip
not even Snopes Lol
Is former CIA Director John O. Brennan a Muslim?

John O. Brennan served under Obama as CIA director from 2013-2017. 
Before that he served as Obama’s Homeland Security Advisor from 2009-2013.  
He is believed to be a Muslim convert.  

Quote:Former top FBI Islam expert John Guandolo 
says that Brennan converted to Islam years ago in Saudi Arabia 
and remains a closeted Muslim who was recruited by the Saudis as part of a counter-intelligence operation. 

Brennan clearly despised Trump for what Democrats characterized as the president’s “Muslim ban.”

In an article for World Net Daily, 
Joseph Farah recounts Brennan’s history of dubious or even outright anti-American proclivities:

Brennan was not sworn into office on a Bible, 
as the tradition goes in America, 
but on an original draft of the Constitution 
WITHOUT the Bill of Rights. 

Clearly, this was a purposeful signal that Brennan has no regard 
for the limits on the powers of the state enshrined in these amendments.

[Just a few weeks ago, this constitutional quisling called on Congress to ban semi-automatic firearms altogether, a radical infringement on the right to keep and bear arms, so radical that even most Democrats do not support Brennan’s radical point of view.]

Brennan’s 1980 graduate thesis at the University of Texas at Austin 
denied the existence of “absolute human rights”,  Rofl
in favor of censorship by Egypt’s dictatorship. 
He wrote, 
“Since the press can play such an influential role in determining the perceptions of the masses, 
I am in favor of some degree of government censorship. 
Inflammatory articles can provoke mass opposition and possible violence, 
especially in developing political systems.”

Brennan hewed to his thesis when he possessed extraordinary power, 
as shown in a November 2012 Wikileaks email dump, 
which pointed to Brennan as the official behind a “witch hunt” 
conducted on journalists who reported unflattering Obama administration leaks.

Consistent with Brennan’s sympathies for Islamic terror nations, 
he warned President-Elect Donald Trump 
that scrapping the outrageous Obama-Iran nuclear deal would be “the height of folly” and “disastrous.”

Brennan has long been cozy with the Muslim Brotherhood. 
Despite evidence presented (and later upheld) 
during the landmark 2008 Holy Land Foundation trial in federal court, 
which established the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) as a Muslim Brotherhood organization, 
and financial supporter of the terrorist organization Hamas, 
Brennan has continued to meet with ISNA officials 
and participate in ISNA events. Hmm2

Brennan delivered the keynote address to ISNA’s annual conference in 2009.

In an August 2009 speech to the Center for Strategic and International Studies  
which can be found on the archived Obama White House website, 
Brennan said using the “legitimate term, ‘jihad’ – 
meaning to purify oneself or to wage a holy struggle for a moral goal” – 
to describe terrorists 
“risks reinforcing the idea that the United States is somehow at war with Islam itself.”

With all of this questionable information about Brennan, 
it is no surprise that he inspired a lack of confidence among key national security hawks in Congress, 
who began calling for Brennan’s resignation as far back as 2010.

After Brennan addressed a New York University assembly in 2010 
and defended freeing U.S.-held terror combatants, 
saying that it “isn’t that bad” that 20 percent of terrorists released by the U.S. return to terrorist attacks, 
since the recidivism rate for inmates in the U.S. prison system is higher,” 

Senator Lindsey Graham told Fox News that Brennan had “lost my confidence” and called for Brennan’s resignation.

Similarly, John McCain weighed in, 
saying that “when you impugn people’s patriotism and integrity 
and make statements 
that compare people going back into the fight in Afghanistan or Yemen or other places, 
with criminals who go back to a life of crime in the United States, 
you’ve lost touch with reality.”

New York Congressman Peter King said, 
“I strongly believe that John Brennan ought to resign immediately or be fired 
because of his incompetence and inability to do his job … 
any homeland security adviser 
who can’t tell the difference 
between a terrorist and a shoplifter 
doesn’t belong in office.

Then in 2013 NBC talks about John Guandolo  
in relation to Brennan being a Muslim.
Quote:John Guandolo is an ex-FBI agent and anti-Islam activist. 
He resigned from the FBI in 2009, 
after having an affair 
with the prosecution’s star witness in the case against former Congressman William Jefferson.

These days, Guandolo has a key position with the Strategic Engagement Group. 
The firm says it specializes in:
“unconstrained analysis in defense of America.”  
The group offers multi-day training courses for law enforcement officials 
interested in protecting America from infiltration by Islamic extremists.

Guandolo’s opinion of President Obama’s selection of John Brennan to head up the C.I.A. 

might sound vaguely familiar to any Homeland fans out there. 
According to Guandolo, 
Brennan is a secret Muslim, 
and has gone so far as to dish out high-profile government jobs to members of the Muslim Brotherhood.  Naughty

“Mr. Brennan did convert to Islam 
when he served in an official capacity on the behalf of the United States in Saudi Arabia,” he said.
 “His conversion to Islam, 
was the culmination of a counterintelligence operation against him to recruit him.”


Excellent video at link from yesterday - 7 minute interview with Attorney General Barr

Bill Barr reveals Russia probe review to focus on Trump dossier briefing, leaking

Quote:Attorney General Bill Barr, 
in an exclusive interview with Fox News, 
revealed that the recently announced review of the origins of the Russia probe 
will focus in part on a controversial briefing that intelligence officials gave President Trump 
shortly before he took office in 2017.

Barr told Fox News’ Bill Hemmer in the interview aired Friday that one portion of the review -- 
which he has tapped U.S. Attorney John Durham to lead -- 
would cover the time period between Election Day and Inauguration Day, 
saying “some very strange developments” took place during that time.


Barr specifically was referring to the early January 2017 briefing,
intelligence officials gave then-president-elect Trump at Trump Tower, 
and “the leaking of information subsequent to that meeting.” 
At that meeting, Trump was briefed by intelligence and law enforcement officials on Russian election meddling -- 
and was also informed by former FBI Director James Comey Whip
about the now-infamous anti-Trump dossier  Tp
which included salacious allegations against him. Details later leaked to the press.

“That’s one of the things … we need to look at,” Barr said of the briefing.

Earlier this week, 
former FBI general counsel James Baker said he and other officials were "quite worried" 
that it could look like Comey was trying to blackmail Trump 
when he first told him about the allegations in the dossier. 
Baker, on an episode of Yahoo News podcast "Skullduggery,"
 said that "analogies" were made to J. Edgar Hoover--
the former FBI director who famously abused his power to blackmail individuals.

"We were quite worried about the Hoover analogies, 
and we were determined not to have such a disaster happen on our watch,” Baker said, 
hoping to convey to the incoming president 
that they did not want to continue the "legacy" of Hoover's blackmailing.

Baker did not recall the moment he first heard about the Steele dossier 
but remembered the bureau taking it "seriously" 
and said they were "obligated to deal with it" 
and determine whether anything about it was true, 
but insisted they didn't accept it "as gospel." 
He did, however, believe Trump had to be briefed on the dossier because it was 
"about to be disclosed to the press."

As for the dossier itself, Barr said he is “not sure what role it played,” but it is part of the review.

“It’s a very unusual situation to have opposition research like that, especially one that, on its face, 
had a number of clear mistakes and in a somewhat jejune analysis,” Barr said.
 “And to, and to use that, take it to conduct counterintelligence 
against an American political campaign is a strange—
would be a strange development.”

With Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report now complete,
 the attorney general has opened a new phase by pursuing a formal review into the conduct 
of the original investigation. 
Earlier this week, it was revealed that Barr had appointed Durham, 
the U.S. attorney from Connecticut, to lead that investigation -- 
to cover “all intelligence collection activities” ,
related to the Trump campaign during the 2016 presidential election and any misconduct, 
during the early stages of the FBI’s original Russia probe.

He is expected to focus on the period before Nov. 7, 2016—
including the use of FBI informants as well as alleged improper issuance of Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrants.


A source also told Fox News that Barr is working “collaboratively” 
on Durham’s investigation with FBI Director Chris Wray, CIA Director Gina Haspel, 
and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats. 

Durham is also working with Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz, 
who is currently reviewing allegations of FISA abuses 
and the role of FBI informants during the early stages of the Russia investigation.

“The first step is to find out exactly what happened, 
and we're trying to get our arms around that,
getting all the relevant information from the various agencies 
and starting to talk to some of the people that have information,” Barr told Hemmer.

While the decision to look back at the origins of the investigation 
has prompted harsh criticism from Democrats  Pennywise
who previously have accused him of acting as the president's lawyer, 
Barr argued there's much yet to learn.

“I think there's a misconception out there that we know a lot about what happened,” he said.

“The fact of the matter is Bob Mueller did not look at the government's activities. 

He was looking at whether or not the Trump campaign had conspired with the Russians. 
But he was not going back and looking at the counterintelligence program.
And we have a number of investigations underway that touch upon it -- 
the main one being the office of inspector general that's looking at the FISA warrants.”

direct link to Fox interview -- skip to 1:16 direct to Q &A

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