Robert Mueller is nearing the end of his two-year long investigation.
And after taking a sledgehammer to Roger Stone last week, many are now asking where Mueller plans to go next.
Now, a former CIA Director is revealing what he thinks Mueller’s next move will be.
Former CIA Director John Brennan, who made news last year for revealing that he voted for the Communist Party USA in 1976, is back in the headlines once again.
The former Obama administration official and one-time head of the largest spy agency in the United States is no stranger to controversy, being a vocal critic of President Trump and his policies.
Brennan has all but aligned himself with Democrats against President Trump’s agenda, working to support Democratic candidates in 2018 as they retook the House of Representatives.
Brennan is now back in the news for revealing where he thinks Robert Mueller’s team will go to next after former Trump campaign operative Roger Stone was arrested on Friday on multiple counts of obstruction of justice, witness tampering, and lying under oath.
Brennan is one of many vocal activists on the left who is rooting for Mueller’s probe to take down President Trump.
In an interview with MSNBC, the former CIA Director revealed that he thinks more indictments are on their way.
Brennan claimed the new names which Mueller will target “are going to be the most profound.”
“[T]here was an extensive effort to try to influence the outcome of the election that involved the Russians, that involved U.S. persons and that may have gone to the very top of the Trump campaign,” Brennan said.
“And so I think the shoes that are yet to drop are going to be the ones that are going to be the most profound and that will hit the people at the top of the organization,” the former CIA Director added.
When pressed further about who explicitly he thinks Mueller will target next, Brennan wasted no time suggesting that President Trump himself could be on that list.
“People at the top of the organization” in Brennan’s mind, includes the President of the United States.
Brennan has reason to think Mueller will target Trump.
As a vocal critic of the President himself, Brennan has spent the better part of two years openly attacking Trump, even going so far as to call for Trump’s removal from office.
Trump has fired back at Brennan in the past for these comments, describing the disgraced CIA operative as a “total lowlife”.
The feud between the two has only grown since last summer, and with Mueller expected to wind down his investigation later this year, Brennan is cheering the Special Counsel on as he opens up the final stage of his investigation.
The arrest and prosecution of Roger Stone could signal a new turn in Mueller’s plans, and Brennan is certain it marks the beginning of the end for President Trump’s closest advisors and allies, and possibly even the President himself.
We will keep you up to date with any new developments in this ongoing story.