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Doing his part to foment violence, bloodshed, and possible civil war, former CIA and NSA director Michael Hayden put forward the notion that the entire Republican Party is the most dangerous political force on the entire planet.

His message was in response to a tweet from Financial Times editor and writer Edward Luce, who tweeted, “I’ve covered extremism and violent ideologies around the world over my career. Have never come across a political force more nihilistic, dangerous & contemptible than today’s Republicans. Nothing close.”

Hayden wrote: “I agree. And I was the CIA Director.”

This, by the way, is the SAME Michael Hayden, who agreed with the idea of executing Trump over the Mar-a-Lago raid. And the same Michael Hayden who compared America to Nazi Germany.

And with this tweet, it’s clear that Hayden wants every Republican similarly executed.

Twitter wasn’t happy with the General:

And who was in the White House? Oh yeah, Trump. The same man Hayden wants to be murdered.


One person reminded Hayden:


We also sent a message with a question we know will never get answered.

The Daily Wire added:

Hayden was widely criticized by conservatives for his statement seemingly indicating that he believes Republicans are more of a threat than ISIS or the Chinese Communist Party.

“If you wondered whether there is a Deep State,” said former Trump administration official Sebastian Gorka. “Here’s Obama’s DCI calling 74 million Americans worse tha[n] the [Taliban], ISIS, and Al Qaeda.”

Washington Free Beacon investigative reporter Chuck Ross pointed out that Hayden was heading up the CIA when the U.S. was attempting to hunt down 9/11 mastermind Osama bin Laden.

It’s no wonder a growing number of Americans are concerned they may be attacked by their own government.


Cross-Posted with Conservative Firing Line.



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