In this new political world of insider espionage, leaks, hacks, and more, there is little doubt that President Trump would have to do something drastic in order to curb the DC Swamp’s more nefarious ne’er do wells.
One of the pressing issues within the White House has seemed to be holdover officials from the previous administration, who worked for the notorious Barack Obama. In the waning days of #44’s presidency, it was revealed that the soon-to-be former President was going to relocate just down the street from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in an affluent DC suburb. From here, Barack Obama would then install a team of Washington insiders to “keep tabs” on Donald Trump.
It would take nearly a year and a half to discover the sordid truth about Obama’s use of planted spies within the Trump campaign to see the murky depths to which these cretins would stoop.
In an effort to curb some of this horrendously invasive and undermining behavior, President Trump has made a major security maneuver.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders opened today’s press briefing by announcing that the security clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan is being revoked.
She read a statement as she rattled off a list of reasons why President Donald Trump made that decision, citing “risks” from “his erratic conduct and behavior” and “outrageous allegations” he has made “on the internet and television recently.
Sanders had said a few weeks ago the administration was considering this move, and confirmed they’re still looking into taking similar action against: James Clapper, James Comey, Michael Hayden, Sally Yates, Susan Rice, Andrew McCabe, Lisa Page, Peter Strzok, and Bruce OHr.
This should take another chink out of the resistance’s armor, at least for the time being.