Rand Paul Slams CIA Spook John Brennan in Blistering Tweet: ‘Your Shame Alone Should Shut You Up’

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) got into a heated exchange with former Barack Obama CIA chief John Brennan on Twitter regarding his actions during the impeachment trial.

Brennan was angered by Paul’s repeated agitation regarding Eric Ciaramella, the so-called “whistleblower” who filed the complaint that was used by Democrats as the impetus for the impeachment proceedings.

The Democrat Party, the fake news media, Big Tech giants, and even the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court have colluded to protect the anonymity of Ciaramella, a veteran deep state operative with long-standing connections to the Democrat Party. Paul used his position of prominence to end this secrecy once and for all.

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He read his rejected impeachment question regarding Ciaramella on the Senate floor on Tuesday. It caused quite a stir among the interests invested in seeing Ciaramella protected for his complicity in the failed coup against President Trump.

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“I asked this question, and this is my question. My exact question. We’ll put it up here,” Paul said, and he began reading, “Are you aware that the House Intelligence Committee staffer, Sean Misko, had a close relationship with Eric Ciaramella while at the National Security Council together? Are you aware, and how would you respond to the reports that Ciaramella and Misko may have worked together to plot impeaching the president before there were formal House impeachment proceedings?”

Paul’s whistleblowing on the whistleblower enraged Brennan, who took to Twitter to denigrate Paul as an enemy of the Republic and a pawn of President Trump.

“Rand Paul is beneath contempt. He typifies the worst of [President Trump’s] craven enablers. Any Senator excusing this dangerous behavior makes a mockery of public service,” he wrote of Paul’s public unmasking of Ciaramella. “History will revile all of you.”

Paul responded by blasting Brennan based on his disreputable record as a deep state agent.

“You want to know what’s a mockery of public service, John?” Paul said back to Brennan. “Killing 500 people outside of any judicial system. Drone strikes on American citizens. Approving British spies to present a dossier of lies paid for by Hillary. Lying to Congress.”

He concluded by telling the CIA spook: “Your shame alone should shut you up.”

Paul has long led the charge to have Brennan revoked of his security clearances, believing that this dishonest partisan actor has no business being privy to any information important to keeping the nation safe.

“I think there’s a great danger to having talking heads on TV that are ex-CIA agents and still have classified clearance,” Paul said regarding his proposal to revoke Brennan’s security clearance.

“There’s a real danger that they might inadvertently reveal classified information, and you know John Brennan’s got a history of this,” he added.

Paul has even lobbied the President to get Brennan stripped of his security clearances:

President Trump would be wise to finally take Paul up on his recommendations, as Brennan is a serious danger to national security with his deeply personal vendetta against the Republican Party.

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