Swamp Drain previously reported last weekend, former CIA Director John Brennan praised the alleged whistleblower who brought forward a complaint against President Trump, which sparked a heightened impeachment push by House Democrats.
And now, Brennan is now urging more whistleblowers to come forward, as he stated in a tweet that there is “no limit” on the number of people who can use the “whistleblower statute.”
Last weekend, John Brennan focused on the prospects that there could be more people in the intel community with information that could be used against President Trump and pushed them to come forward.
“Whistleblower deserves our praise & gratitude. Donald Trump getting very sloppy & careless in corrupt practices & cover up attempts. Democrats & Republicans (those who have a conscience) need to work together to prevent desperate moves by Trump that could wreak further havoc,” Brennan tweeted last week.
Then on Saturday, Brennan added, “A reminder to federal officials: There is no limit on the number of individuals who can use the whistleblower statute. If you think you were involved in unlawful activity as a result of a directive from Mr. Trump or someone doing his bidding, now is the time to report it.”
Upon reading Brennan’s tweet, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), humiliated Brennan with a mimicking stark reminder over the whistleblower statute, as he pointed to unlawful activity that may have occurred as a result of a directive from the previous administration. (Continued Below)
Sen. Cruz wrote on Twitter Friday echoing Brennan’s call to whistleblowers, “A reminder to federal officials: There is no limit on the number of individuals who can use the whistleblower statute.”
Cruz added, “If you think you were involved in unlawful activity as a result of a directive from Mr. Obama or Mr. Brennan, now is the time to report it.” (Continued Below)
Brennan has shown hatred and bias towards President Trump since twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was defeated in 2016, and it’s been suspected that he was involved in the alleged “silent coup” attempt against President Trump.
With John Durham’s investigation undergoing that pertains to the origins of the Russia probe, to determine if the FBI’s “spying” on the Trump campaign in 2016 was adequately predicated, Brennan has shown his utter disapproval. Wednesday on MSNBC’s “Deadline White House”, he admitted that he is going to be interviewed by Durham.
“I’m supposedly going to be interviewed by Mr. Durham as part of this ‘non-investigation'”, Brennan told host Nicole Wallace. “I remember William Barr when he was testifying under Congress, he said he didn’t ‘understand the predication of the counterintelligence investigation’ that was launched into Russia’s interference in the 2016 election.”
“I don’t understand the predication of this worldwide effort to try to uncover dirt, either real or imagined, that would discredit that investigation in 2016 into Russia interference,” Brennan said of Durham’s investigation of the investigators. “You know, on one hand, the Obama administration is crucified for not doing enough, and now, they’re looking for what we might have done in order to try and understand better and to prevent the Russia interference.” (Video Below)
Senator Ted Cruz’s official tweet:
A reminder to federal officials:
There is no limit on the number of individuals who can use the whistleblower statute.
If you think you were involved in unlawful activity as a result of a directive from Mr. Obama or Mr. Brennan, now is the time to report it. https://t.co/RNMymRVmZP
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) October 4, 2019
John Brennan’s remarks about John Durham:
"I'm supposedly going to be interviewed by Mr. Durham as part of this non-investigation… I don't understand the predication of this worldwide effort to try to uncover dirt… that would discredit that investigation in 2016" – @JohnBrennan w/ @NicolleDWallace pic.twitter.com/FqDbIW9P41
— Deadline White House (@DeadlineWH) October 2, 2019