It appears one party was working with foreign governments to sway the 2016 presidential election. But it wasn’t the Republicans.
According to new reports, Obama’s CIA director, John Brennan, conspired with foreign spies in order to tip the 2016 election to Hillary Clinton and defeat President Donald Trump.
According to The American Spectator, Brennan hoped to keep his position as the head of the Central Intelligence Agency in a Hillary Clinton presidency—so he enlisted the help of foreign spies from the United Kingdom and Estonia to help get Trump out of the way.
The conspiracy allegedly started in April 2016, when Estonia—listed in leaked reports as an “unnamed Baltic state”—told Brennan that Russia was funneling cash into Trump’s campaign. Estonia had no evidence to support their claim. At the time, Trump had just criticized NATO, which Estonia sees as critical to their continued independence from Russia, and so the Estonian officials were eager to help elect Hillary Clinton.
Despite Estonia’s obvious bias and lack of evidence, Brennan used the shaky piece of information as pretext to launch a widespread investigation into Trump and his campaign. Brennan than used similarly inaccurate information from British spies in order to round out his investigation. Brennan put together a phony case for a multi-agency investigation into Trump—allowing top Obama officials, like Susan Rice, to spy on Trump and his team.