Former CIA Chief-turned-Twitter-troll John Brennan attacked President Trump on Saturday and claimed Mueller’s report showed that Trump colluded with Russia and obstructed justice.
President Trump posted a video to his Twitter account on Saturday boasting that Mueller’s report found zero collusion and zero obstruction.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 20, 2019
Brennan, whose fingerprints are all over Spygate, responded to Trump’s tweet and accused Trump of colluding with Russia and said Mueller’s report found “extensive evidence” of the President’s efforts to obstruct justice.
Brennan then beat the Trump impeachment drum and echoed the new Democrat-media talking point, ‘it’s time for Congress to determine what happens next.’
“A more accurate summation: much collusion with Russia yet insufficient evidence to establish criminal conspiracy; extensive evidence of your efforts to obstruct justice, with Congress determining ultimate accountability; many criminal investigations on related activities ongoing,” Brennan said in a tweet.
A more accurate summation: much collusion with Russia yet insufficient evidence to establish criminal conspiracy; extensive evidence of your efforts to obstruct justice, with Congress determining ultimate accountability; many criminal investigations on related activities ongoing. https://t.co/6Vn8HHozbW
— John O. Brennan (@JohnBrennan) April 20, 2019
Mueller’s 448-page, lightly redacted report was released Thursday morning.
Mueller concluded that Donald Trump did not conspire with the Kremlin during the 2016 presidential election, however, he punted the obstruction of justice issue to Attorney General Bill Barr and DAG Rod Rosenstein.
Barr and Rosenstein concluded that Trump did not obstruct justice after reviewing Mueller’s ’10 episodes’ of potential obstruction.
The Democrat-media complex immediately went into overdrive and focused on the absurd obstruction allegations outlined in Mueller’s report.
House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-NY) floated impeachment on Thursday during a presser.
Nadler told reporters that impeaching President Trump is “one possibility,” but that it is too soon to tell as he wants see the unredacted Mueller report and “other evidence.”
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi scheduled a Monday conference call with top House Democrats to discuss the Mueller report and “next steps to be taken.”
In the other chamber, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) called for the House to initiate impeachment proceedings against President Trump.