BREAKING: Former CIA Director John Brennan Reveals He will be Interviewed by US Attorney John Durham [VIDEO]

John Brennan has announced that he will be meeting with US Attorney John Durham to answer questions in the near future. With all he did in 015 and 2016, it's amazing that this is the first time anyone has questioned him.

John Brennan is suspected of running a four-nation (Or larger) spying operation on Donald Trump leading to the special counsel, dirty cop Robert Mueller.

Brennan told MSNBC resident moron Nichole Wallace that he doesn't understand why there is an ongoing investigation into the Obama administration spying on the opposition party. Gee, that's a really tough one huh, John?

From The Gateway Pundit

Former CIA Director under Barack Obama, Trump-hater and the suspected architect of the Spygate scandal, will be questioned by US Attorney John Durham in the coming days.

Brennan told Nicole Wallace on MSNBC that he is “supposedly” going to be interviewed by US Attorney John Durham but that he just doesn’t understand why there is an active investigation on the Obama administration’s spying on the opposition candidate in the 2016 election.

John Brennan told Nicole Wallace: “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.”

John Brennan is suspected of using Great Britain, Italy and Australia to spy on President Trump and his campaign workers since it would have been illegal for the FBI to do it. Joseph Mifsud may have been talking about Brennan when he told Italian police his life was in danger. Back in 2008 when Brennan spied on passport records, the only witness against him was gunned down in his car outside the church he attended. No evidence Brennan was involved in the shooting.

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