Former CIA Director John Brennan Says America Is ‘Battling Some Fascist Tendencies’

Former Director of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) John Brennan testifies before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence on Capitol Hill.

In an interview with CNN broadcast on Friday, former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director John Brennan said that the United States is “battling some fascist tendencies,” Mediaite reported.

Anchor Brianna Keilar kicked off the discussion by pointing out that Republican Tommy Tuberville — who recently won a seat in the U.S. Senate — described World War II as a fight against communism and socialism.

Commenting on the senator-elect’s remarks, Brennan said that those who want to run for office should be required to pass a basic “civics test” to prove they are qualified to represent their constituents.

The former CIA director said that there are individuals in the government “all the way up to the White House who have no conception of this country’s great history.”

Keilar agreed that it is imperative to understand that America fought against fascism during the Second World War. prompting Brennan to issue an ominous warning and rip into President Donald Trump.

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