Democrats and the media went positively bonkers when Trump decided to pull John Brennan’s security clearance, but according to a new poll, the majority of voters agree with Trump.
The Hill reports:
Poll: Majority say Brennan, Comey should not have security clearances
The majority of U.S. voters believe that former CIA Director John Brennan and former FBI Director James Comey should have their security clearances revoked, according to the Harvard CAPS/Harris poll released exclusively to The Hill.
The survey showed 59 percent of registered voters felt Brennan should have lost his security clearance, while 64 percent said Comey and others at the FBI who were fired or demoted over their actions should lose their clearance.
Overall, 60 percent of registered voters said they believed that former national security officials who become consultants and TV news contributors should give up their national security clearances.
“An overwhelming majority of the public thinks that former officials should lose their security clearance, and believe that former officials like Brennan and Coney should no longer have any clearance,” said Harvard CAPS/Harris Poll co-director Mark Penn.
“There would definitely be support for a wholesale policy revoking their clearances,” he added.
Brennan and the rest of the swamp creatures like him should lose their clearances. Especially if they’ve gone to work for media outlets as Brennan has.