Ex-CIA Chief John Brennan Compares Trump to Criminal Bernie Madoff – Then Warns ‘Justice Ultimately Caught Up With Bernie’


John Brennan

Former CIA Director-turned-Twitter-troll, John Brennan, issued an ominous warning to President Trump late Thursday evening.

Brennan compared President Trump to Bernie Madoff, a New York man who bilked investors of billions of dollars in an elaborate Ponzi scheme.

Bernie Madoff, 80, is currently serving a 150 year sentence in federal prison with restitution of $170 billion.

On Thursday evening, President Trump tweeted out a positive message to Americans.


Trump tweeted: Thanks to REPUBLICAN LEADERSHIP, America is WINNING AGAIN – and America is being RESPECTED again all over the world. Because we are finally putting AMERICA FIRST!

John Brennan responded to President Trump with an ominous warning he may end up in prison just like Bernie Madoff.

Brennan tweeted: You are to governance & politics what Bernie Madoff was to the stock market & investment advice. The two of you share a remarkably unethical ability to deceive & manipulate others, building Ponzi schemes to aggrandize yourselves. Truth & justice ultimately caught up with Bernie.

John Brennan was involved in an attempted coup of the President which is why he’s lashing out on his Twitter account.

Brennan previously tweeted warning to the President. In April, he warned Trump about the Mueller investigation, “Stay tuned Mr. Trump…”

Chairman Nunes is currently investigating whether John Brennan perjured himself in a public testimonyabout the dossier.

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