Former CIA Agent to Brennan “I swear to you: I will attend your trial and sentencing.”

Wednesday, December 11, 2019
By Paul Martin

Dean James
DCDirtyLaundry.com
December 11, 2019

(TNS) They say guilty people often project onto others the misdeeds they have committed, and for all the world, it sure seems like Obama’s CIA director, John Brennan, does that a lot.

He did it again on Tuesday in response, most likely, to the House’s announcement it would be returning to vague articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.

One of Trump’s most vociferous critics, Brennan obviously couldn’t help himself so he took to Twitter to lecture…and project.

“The damage being inflicted by @realDonaldTrump on our national conscience & our government is tragic. Members of Congress & staffers who defend & misrepresent his indefensible actions are telling Americans it’s ok to be dishonest, unethical, & corrupt. How far we have fallen.”

The damage being inflicted by @realDonaldTrump on our national conscience & our government is tragic.

Members of Congress & staffers who defend & misrepresent his indefensible actions are telling Americans it’s ok to be dishonest, unethical, & corrupt.

How far we have fallen.

— John O. Brennan (@JohnBrennan) December 9, 2019

Naturally, Brennan let slide the DoJ IG’s report documenting multiple abuses of power and likely criminal activity committed by the FBI against the FISA court so his buddy James Comey could spy on the 2016 Trump campaign for Obama and Hillary.

But former CIA operations officer Mark Augustine wasn’t going to let Brennan slide.

“I worked for you at CIA. You’re dishonest and corrupt. You’ve destroyed the agency that I loved and served for 23 years. I swear to you: I will attend your trial and sentencing. That day is coming,” he wrote on Twitter.

I worked for you at CIA. You’re dishonest and corrupt. You’ve destroyed the agency that I loved and served for 23 years.

I swear to you: I will attend your trial and sentencing. That day is coming. https://t.co/XSJPpDzOSc

— Mark Augustine (@MarkAugustine60) December 9, 2019

But Augustine had more to say.

“I was under cover my entire career, never sought or wanted publicity — quite the opposite. Then came Benghazi, the Iran cash scandal, Hillary emails and now the Russia and Ukraine hoaxes. Now I speak up and speak out,” he said.

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