CIA Headquarters

Former Spy Master becomes Tweet Master

An Alinsky Rule 5 Post:

From March 2013 until January 2017, John O. Brennan occupied the Office of the Director of Central Intelligence (DCI) in the Langley, Virginia headquarters of the Central Intelligence Agency – the premier “civilian foreign intelligence service of the United States federal government, tasked with gathering, processing, and analyzing national security information from around the world, primarily through the use of human intelligence (HUMINT).”

Brennan was the nation’s spy master, sitting at the pinnacle of the Agency’s table of organization that included about 21,000 employees and an unknown number of contractors.

CIA Organizational Chart

With steely-eyed acumen, Brennan watched over the nation’s network of intelligence gathering professionals – the on-the-ground elite of the “intelligence community.”

Steely Eyed Brennan

Since leaving the Agency in January 2017, Brennan had developed a new skill set.  The spy master has mastered the art of the tweet.

His tweet below, posted in mid-March of this year, put Brennan into the Hall of Twitter Fame as he expressed his deep discontent with the current POTUS by his deft use of acute ridicule.

Brennan Tweet

Not one to leave well-enough alone, Brennan offered up another example of his newly-developed, anti-Trump, twitter skills.

Brennan Sarcasm Tweet


About the Author

Lee CarySince 2007, Cary has written hundreds of articles and blogs for several conservative websites including the American Thinker and (in 2010 as Archy Cary) for Andrew Breitbart’s Big Journalism and Big Government. Cary’s writing has been quoted on national television (Sean Hannity) and on nationally syndicated radio (Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin). His work is cited in Jerome Corsi’s book The Obama Nation and in Levin’s Liberty and Tyranny. Along with Levin, Cary wrote an introduction to Sharron Angle’s book Right Angle. Two of his articles have also appeared on the DRUDGE REPORT, and in the on-line news source Real Clear Politics.View all posts by Lee Cary →

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