Ex-CIA Director John Brennan Posts Ominous Warning to Republicans on House Intel Committee After They Rule No Trump-Russia Collusion

House Intelligence Committee Republicans announced Monday that they found “no evidence of collusion,” between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin in the panel’s ‘Russia probe.’

The Democrats and Deep State didn’t take the news well.

Early Tuesday morning, former CIA Director and prominent Twitter troll, John Brennan posted an ominous warning to the Republicans on the House Intel Panel and “legislators who try to protect President Trump.”

Brennan fired off an early morning tweet warning Republicans on the House Intel Panel will face November reckoning for concluding there was not collusion between Trump and the Russians during the 2016 election.

Brennan tweeted, “Leadership of House Intel Committee has traded last vestige of integrity for politics. With other investigative shoes yet to drop, legislators who try to protect @realDonaldTrump will face November reckoning. Hopefully, bipartisan effort in Senate Intel Committee will endure…”

Perhaps Brennan is nervous because he is under investigation by the House Intel Committee.

Chairman Devin Nunes is investigating John Brennan and other Obama officials for their role in promoting Hillary’s phony dossier.

According to investigative reporter, Paul Sperry, Chairman Nunes is also investigating whether Brennan perjured himself in a public testimony about the dossier.

Also according to Sperry, Brennan is aware Nunes is investigating him.

Other members of Obama’s echo chamber also came out swinging after the House Intel Committee’s announcement.

Leaker Adam Schiff immediately blew a gasket and released a ridiculous statement claiming the Republicans don’t care about the fact that the Russians may have leverage over Trump. 

Former Attorney General Eric ‘Fast and Furious’ Holder was livid after the GOP House Intel panel shut down the Trump-Russia probe.

Holder called it a cover up. Rich coming from the only Attorney General in U.S. history to be held in criminal contempt of Congress.

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