Report: Nunes to target former CIA Director John Brennan next in RussiaGate probe

From PJ Media:

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA) has reportedly set his sights on former CIA Director John Brennan for the next phase of his inquiry into RussiaGate-related malfeasance on the part of Obama administration officials. […]

Brennan attacked Nunes during an appearance on Meet the Press Sunday for releasing the FISA abuse memo, claiming that Nunes had “abused the office of the chairmanship.”

“It really underscores just how partisan Mr. Nunes has been,” Brennan charged.

Which is a case of the pot calling the kettle black if ever there was one. A House investigator told Sperry: “John Brennan did more than anyone to promulgate the dirty dossier. He politicized and effectively weaponized what was false intelligence against Trump.”

According to CIA veterans, Brennan was “the most politicized director in the agency’s history and was responsible for much of the anti-Trump bias from the intelligence community during the campaign and transition period.”

“My sources tell me John Brennan is in a world of trouble right now,” former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino said on Fox and Friends Monday morning. “It is not plausibly deniable that John Brennan didn’t know who commissioned that dossier,” Bongino added. “He is in a world of trouble because he raised his right hand and said the exact opposite.”