The revolution will not be televised. Or, at least, it will be the revolution that is supposed to happen according to the CIA.
Washington, D.C. — (RT) Former CIA Director John Brennan has been hired as a paid contributor by NBC and MSNBC, the media company announced. He led the agency from 2013 to early 2017, under President Barack Obama.
Brennan’s appointment comes amid the outcry over the memorandum released by House Intelligence Committee Chair Devin Nunes (R-California) alleging impropriety by the FBI and DOJ while investigating claims of Russian interference in the 2016 election.
That Brennan previously lied to an NBC journalist about the CIA’s attempts to thwart a Senate Intelligence Committee investigation into the agency’s use of torture was apparently no deterrent to his appointment.
NEW: Former @CIA Director @JohnBrennan is now a senior national security and intelligence analyst for @NBCNews and @MSNBC. He will first appear on @MeetThePress with @ChuckTodd this Sunday. (First in @axios PM: https://t.co/oDZtsDI2Ux) pic.twitter.com/83eJZYMCVD
— NBC News PR (@NBCNewsPR) February 1, 2018
The ex-CIA chief made his first appearance in his new role as a senior national security and intelligence analyst on ‘Meet the Press’ Sunday, and promptly took the opportunity to accuse Nunes of being “exceptionally partisan” and abusing his role to protect Trump.