It is absolutely mind boggling to think that we live in a country where there are folks that actually want any sitting President to fail at their job.
That being said, I wasn’t exactly the biggest Obama fan in the world and wished that someone else was doing his job for the eight years that he was in office but I wanted him to do good. If he did good, the country did good.
Same thing with every politician I have ever disagreed with. It’s one thing to say that a politician is doing a terrible job and you wished that they would figure it out already; but to want them to fail?
Liberals have been saying this about President Trump since day -32. Before he even got sworn in they were hoping that he would fail. Even people in some of the highest positions of government that know where the bodies are buried and probably brought along the shovels seem to want him to fail.
This is like if the starting pitcher for your favorite baseball team refused to sign your autograph and you wished that the team lost by ten runs because you don’t like the way someone comports themselves outside of their job. As if every other President in history wasn’t thinking half the crap that President Trump actually has the guts to say.
Brennan took to Twitter on New Year’s Eve to launch a despicable tirade against President Donald Trump… for reasons?
“It is my sincere hope that the forthcoming exposure of your malfeasance & corruption will convince enough Republicans to abandon you in 2019,” Brennan said in a response to a Trump tweet about media bias. “We have had enough of your whining from the White House.”
Hilariously, and apparently without a hint of irony, Brennan’s Twitter bio describes himself as a “Nonpartisan American who is very concerned about our collective future.”
“We need an actual leader—our Nation’s future is at stake,” Brennan added.
The Trump tweet that Brennan was responding to was defending the president’s decision to withdraw the troops from Syria.
“I am the only person in America who could say that, ‘I’m bringing our great troops back home, with victory,’ and get BAD press,” Trump’s original tweet stated. “It is Fake News and Pundits who have FAILED for years that are doing the complaining. If I stayed in Endless Wars forever, they would still be unhappy!”
Look, let’s remove the politics of withdrawing troops from Syria and Trump out of the equation altogether. Can you imagine if Brennan had made these types of comments about literally any other American president in history?
An ex-CIA director, who is privy to far more information than the average American, accusing the standing president of “malfeasance” and “corruption” should be a much bigger story than it is. This is a former high-ranking government official grinding his ax in the most public way imaginable.