Brennan: I’m ‘Thinking About’ Taking Legal Action over Security Clearance Revocation (Video)

During an interview at MSNBC’s “Rachel Maddow Show, he decided to speak about his current situation and about his security clearance which was revoked this week!

Below is a short transcription of the conversation!

Maddow: “Are you considering legal action, or do you think you have a legal right to exert against the president’s actions here?”

Brennan: “Well, I think, as you can imagine, a number of lawyers have reached out to say that there is a very strong case here, not so much to reclaim mine, but to prevent this from happening in the future. And so, I am thinking about what it is that I might want to do. At this time, I’m trying to make sure that the principle is what is going to be defended and supported, and this is something that should not be repeated.”
Full interview below:

Go ahead Brennan Let the lawyers take you to the cleaners. security clearance is not a right.

You don’t have a constitutional right to security clearance.

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2 thoughts on “Brennan: I’m ‘Thinking About’ Taking Legal Action over Security Clearance Revocation (Video)

  • August 18, 2018 at 3:45 pm

    According to Senator Rand Paul, Brennan’s actions, while working in the govt. are so egregious that Paul said Brennan shouldn’t be allowed within 1000 ft. of ANY fed. govt. building. Brennan opened HIS big mouth and apparently compromised a CIA field agent, and that led to that agent’s untimely death.

  • August 27, 2018 at 7:47 pm

    Well go ahead you have plenty of bribe money to afford a fine attorney.


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