Do people like John Brennen and James Clapper inspire any kind of confidence? Clapper was the Director of National Intelligence, and Brennan was the Director of the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency). Big jobs, yet they showed such recklessness in their activism against a sitting president that they could justifiably be called foolish. I mean, let’s get some ground rules established here. I despised Barack Obama. I thought, and still do, that he represented evil on earth and was the worst thing that could have happened to America. And he’s still bad for America. But I would have never committed treason and sedition to remove him from office, as Clapper and Brennan did. They and 51 other intelligence officers signed a letter dismissing the Biden laptop as Russian disinformation, which has now turned out to be a complete lie. We saw a bunch of highly paid people with access to our most classified information doing whatever they could to rig the election against President Trump because they didn’t like him. I figured with Obama; if people voted for him, then the game works that you make an argument against him. You don’t go out and plot a government-paid coup against who the voters pick for office. This is what those 51 intelligence agents did, particularly Clapper and Brennan, which indicates just how radical those agencies had become. They felt entitled to do whatever it took to remove Trump from office, so now we know what we do about their level of activism, we must look at everything people suspect was wrong and give it new merit. Because if they would lie about that, what else would they lie about?
It’s not like I’m talking about this in a vacuum. About a year ago, when this story was being talked about heavily, about the 51 agents who had signed that letter right before the 2020 election hoping to suppress the information about the Hunter Biden laptop, which showed the president’s son doing very despicable things. It also showed the money trail to the Biden family from China and other places where Joe Biden had sold access to himself to hostile contributors who were known enemies of our country. I was able to talk to Mike Pompeo about it, which under Trump, he was in charge of the CIA. So he knows the kind of people who are in the CIA. Under someone like Pompeo, I think better of the CIA. But under John Brennan, it’s simply an interment of domestic terrorism because of his political positions, which he obviously abused under his direction. And, of course, Pompeo was embarrassed about the actions. He thinks a lot of the men and women in the CIA who worked under him and the information about the 51 agents who signed that letter was embarrassing for him, and he would have preferred that I didn’t bring it up. After all, we were at a festive event, and he wanted to keep it that way. Yet such a reference was embarrassing because we wanted to believe these were good people. But they aren’t; they committed vile acts of sedition against our country as they plotted the overthrow of our executive in the White House. Brennan knew what he was doing, as we learned recently from the Durham Report that he briefed President Obama and Vice President Biden on the matter in the White House. They all plotted to remove Trump from office or keep him from office by subverting the election process, and we only know about it because they were caught. Can you imagine what else they have done that they have not yet been caught for?
And we were told it was wrong to question the birth certificate of Obama, which turned out to have all kinds of problems with it. Or that it was wrong to examine why the CIA didn’t know about the attacks on 9/11 and didn’t share information with the FBI better, which facilitated the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. And I can tell you that right after the election, I had a chance to talk with Sidney Powell, who used to be on Fox News all the time until she said that there was election fraud in the last election. She was only the attorney for General Flynn, not exactly someone with a few screws loose. But as soon as she pushed a narrative that the election was stolen, in the open days after the 2020 election, along with Rudy Giuliani, she was dismissed from any public consideration. And what did she tell me, that the intelligence agencies stole the election. At the time, it seemed like fiction. But now we know from lots of evidence that has poured forth that they openly did lie in that letter. Russia wasn’t a factor in the election of President Trump. Our intelligence agencies had been caught, and the results of the Durham Report prove it. And what’s even worse is that the more anybody dug into the matter, the more radicalism from people like Clapper and Brennan came to the surface, and it all connected back to the Obama White House.
If the crimes that the 51 intelligence officers committed were not treason and sedition, then what would they be? Treason is the crime of betraying one’s country, especially by attempting to kill the sovereign or overthrow the government. The CIA has done that in regard to Trump because he was in the government at the time. And we now know through released classified information that the CIA played a prominent role in the killing of President Kennedy in 1963. That’s not a conspiracy theory anymore. Sedition is overt conduct, such as speech and organization, that tends toward rebellion against the established order. Sedition often includes subversion of a constitution and incitement of discontent toward, or insurrection against, established authority. Isn’t that what these intelligence agents did with the signing of that letter, to alter the outcome of an election, to lie to the American people to manipulate the sentiment of voters by using their trusted positions to do so? If these are not high crimes from these 51 agents, what are? The sad thing about this entire story is that the government investigated itself and decided not to send itself to jail. That is why the Durham Report says many very hard things but can’t recommend any prosecution because who would do the prosecution? Everyone is in on it, and from both political parties. They don’t fear punishment, have a rigged system, and dare anybody to come after them, which is why they committed the crimes against Trump and his voters in the first place. They have no respect for any of us or the Constitutional law they were sworn to protect. They are laughing at us for our naive reverence to such things as “borders” and “elections.” They think they are smarter than we are, they think they know better than we do, and they think they are in charge, ultimately. And they can do whatever they want to anybody, any time they want to. They are examples of abuse of power that was out of control long ago. And anybody who gets in their way they feel it’s their right to destroy. And they’ve been doing it essentially since they were made into existence in the last century. They haven’t been around very long, and perhaps based on these actions, they shouldn’t remain in any form. We’d be better off without such terrorists and their crimes of sedition and treason against the United States which are common, not unique.