CIA Agent to Traitorous Brennan: ‘I Will Attend Your Trial and Sentencing. That Day is Coming.’
While factions of the FBI and hopeful MSM media toadies attempt to characterize the IG Report on Spygate as an exoneration, at least one former intelligence officer doesn’t see it that way. And in a shocking tweet, he had some harsh words for SpyGate architect and Trump coup conspirator, John Brennan:
“I swear to you: I will attend your trial and sentencing. That day is coming.”
Those words from former CIA operative, Mark Augustine who took to his Twitter account just moments after the dropping of the long anticipated Inspector General Report on SpyGate with a damning indictment of his former boss and more than facile suggestion of inside knowledge of Brennan’s complicity and contribution to the attempted Russian Collusion coup against the Trump Administration and what ongoing investigations will mean for Brennan’s freedoms.
“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.”
Augustine then sent another tweet, elaborating on his disgust for the way he believes John Brennan had presided over what amounts to a reputational destruction of the Central Intelligence Agency, mentioning Benghazi, Obama’s Iranian cash transfer, and the present Russian collusion and Ukrainian hoaxing attempts against the Trump administration.
Augustine’s reference to coming legal consequences not just for John Brennan, James Clapper, James Comey, Andrew McCabe and others hints that he is directly aware of deposition and interrogation of witnesses and CIA assets with knowledge about how Operation Crossfire Hurricane was assembled. Regardless of what a single former CIA agent knows or doesn’t, it’s clear that the Horowitz report is the beginning and not the end of a process to catalog and punish the most egregious example of politically motivated high treason in American history.
Horowitz could only interview and depose CURRENT members of the American government. Not foreign intelligence assets. Not fired, retired and disgorged members of the previous administration. Not the actual architects of what became the Russian Collusion hoax.
Attorney General William Barr and Special Prosecutor John Durham suffer no such limitations and are not bound by any preconception regarding Horowitz’s SINGLE finding that in any way absolves the FBI of egregious wrongdoing at every level. The rest of the 476 pages is nothing less than a burning down of FBI integrity and precludes any possible conclusion other than a multilevel, multiagency attempt to use the full complement of the American intelligence arsenal to destroy a private citizen, a Presidential candidate and a sitting President, Donald J. Trump.
John Durham’s words in response to the IG report leave no doubt of the destination of his ongoing investigation, expressed in language that might be considered reckless, defamatory and slanderous in the absence of criminal referral, empaneled grand jury testimonies and smoking gun documentation of the criminal enterprise that is Operation Crossfire Hurricane.
“I have the utmost respect for the mission of the Office of Inspector General and the comprehensive work that went into the report prepared by Mr. Horowitz and his staff. However, our investigation is not limited to developing information from within component parts of the Justice Department. Our investigation has included developing information from other persons and entities, both in the U.S. and outside of the U.S. Based on the evidence collected to date, and while our investigation is ongoing, last month we advised the Inspector General that we do not agree with some of the report’s conclusions as to predication and how the FBI case was opened.”