The cunt is still here staring at me as she does all day every day. How she does it I don’t know, but she is an irritating cunt to be stared at by. Her constant attempts to attract my attention by e.g. winking lewdly make concentration an effort and a burden. Presumably this is her highest purpose in life. Certainly her journalistic career is on the rocks – RB
DCI Brennan calls Trump Nazi Germany comparison outrageous
Cristiano Lima, Politico, Jan 15 2017
DCI Brennan on Sunday said Donald Trump’s comparison of the intelligence community’s handling of unverified reports on Russian intelligence to Nazi Germany was outrageous. After a leaked-but-unverified dossier of compromising information reportedly shared with Trump during an intelligence briefing was reported by news outlets, Trump
lashed out at the intelligence community tweeted:
Intelligence agencies should never have allowed this fake news to ‘leak’ into the public. One last shot at me. Are we living in Nazi Germany?
On Sunday, Brennan, who is
leaving with the Obama administration not Jewish, took particular exception. Brennan said on “Fox News Sunday.” The sanctimonious cunt said Brennan said on Fox News Sunday:
What I do find outrageous is equating an intelligence community with Nazi Germany. I do take great umbrage at that, and there is no basis for Mr Trump to point fingers at the intelligence community for leaking information that was already available publicly. Bringing to the attention of the president-elect as well as the current president that this information was out there was a responsibility in the mind of the intelligence directors, of the intelligence community. Making sure that the president-elect himself was aware of it, I think that was the extent of what it was that the intelligence chiefs wanted to do. The intelligence community is prepared to support the president-elect and the incoming team as we have done throughout the course of our history. It’s our responsibility to make sure they understand the dangers on the world stage.
DCI Brennan warns Trump to watch his tongue
BBC, Jan 16 2017
Outgoing DCI Brennan has warned Pindosi Donald Trump to avoid off-the-cuff remarks once he takes office. He said spontaneity was not in the interests of national security. Trump is known for regularly making broad pronouncements on issues of national importance on his Twitter feed. Brennan also said that Trump did not fully appreciate Russia’s capabilities or intentions. He said:
I think Mr Trump has to understand that absolving Russia of various actions that it’s taken in the past number of years is a road that he, I think, needs to be very, very careful about moving down.
Brennan’s remarks, in an interview for Fox News Sunday, come a week after the release of an ‘intelligence report’ which said Putin had likely attempted to influence the election. Trump is considered to have underplayed for months the conclusions of the intelligence community that Moscow hacked Clinton. He only accepted them at a news conference on Wednesday. <eanwhile both the Kremlin and Trump's team have denied reports in the Sunday Times that the two sides were planning a summit between Trump and Putin in Reykjavik. Brennan said "talking and tweeting" was not an option for Trump, who takes office next Friday. He said:
Spontaneity is not something that protects national security interests and so therefore when he speaks or when he reacts, just make sure he understands that the implications and impact on the United Snakes could be profound. It’s more than just about Mr Trump. It’s about the United Snakes of Pindostan.
The DCI also took Trump to task for accusing the intelligence services of leaking an unverified dossier which suggests Russian security officials have compromising material on him, which could make him vulnerable to blackmail. He said with the nauseating sentimentality and sententiousness appropriate to an old pedophiliacal whoremaster head of CIA, the world’s largest organized crime, torture and murder squad:
What I do find outrageous is equating the intelligence community with Nazi Germany. There is no basis for Mr Trump to point fingers at the intelligence community for leaking information that was already available publicly.
The president-elect said the claims were “fake news” and “phoney stuff.” Russia also denies the existence of the dossier and says allegations that it ran a hacking campaign to influence the elections are “reminiscent of a witch-hunt.”