Former Head of CIA Thinks Republicans Are More Dangerous Than ISIS and al-Qaeda

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The former head of the CIA/NSA, Gen. Michael Hayden believes you are more dangerous than ISIS and Communist China. If you’re a Republican. In a retweet from Edward Luce (blue-check assistant editor at the Financial Times), Hayden stated that he believed so in a retweet. He wrote: “I’ve covered extremism and violent ideologies all over the world throughout my career. I have never seen a political party more dangerous, nihilistic, and contemptible than the Republicans. There is nothing comparable.”

It’s not even close! It’s not the ISIS jihadis that throw gays out of buildings and execute women just for showing a little ankle. Not the Chinese with their forced labor camps. Vladimir Putin does not assassinate his political enemies. His political enemies slip on soap bars in the shower to die. Not the warlords of Syria who sprayed their people with sarin gasoline. Republicans are the real threat. “Nothing close.”

Gen. Hayden replied to Luce’s absurd tweet by saying: “I agree. And I was the CIA director.”

You may recall Hayden was the CIA director and NSA director under Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama. He also managed the controversial warrantless surveillance program at NSA. Along with many other ex-deep state intel officials, Hayden signed a letter claiming that the Hunter Biden laptop tale was Russian disinformation. The New York Post later confirmed that it was accurate reporting, despite the extraordinary efforts of social-media censors.

A retired Air Force General made a subtle suggestion to President Trump that he be executed following the discovery of nuclear secrets by FBI agents during the raid on his Mar-a-Lago residence.

Hayden will not be banned from Twitter because of his disinformation or calling for Trump’s execution. Big Tech censors are too busy blocking content from conservative websites that ask basic questions about the FBI raid and banning soccer moms who complain about groomers at their children’s schools.