Former CIA official and counterintelligence expert Kevin Shipp points out that former Obama administration Attorney General (AG) Eric Holder’s editorial written for The Washington Post is a symptom of panic of the deep state.

Eric Holder attacks current Attorney General William Barr and prosecutor John Durham, which for Shipp is “very significant,” since in his time Holder was called Obama’s right hand man, he said in an interview for USAWatchdog.

In Shipp’s analysis AG Barr’s statements disagreeing with some parts of Inspector General (IG) Michael Horowirz’s report are a prelude to the possible accusations that lie ahead and that would investigate the deep state.

“John Brennan, former Obama administration CIA director, is going to be at the top of the list,” Shipp said in the same interview.

In particular, Shipp referred to the irregularities committed by the FBI during the investigation promoted by the Democrats about the false collusion with Russia, of which then candidate Donald Trump was accused.

The goal of the deception was to hide the much larger problem of foreign debt, which has been transferred to President Donald Trump, according to Shipp.

“Trump inherited a financial monster that was not his doing. When he was sworn into office, it already existed,” Shipp said.

“It is very serious, and I think now or very soon the U.S. government will not be able to afford the interest on the national debt, much less pay off the debt itself,” Shipp added.

With regard to who else could be charged, according to the flaws detailed in the report presented by Horowitz, in addition to former CIA director John Brennan, former director of National Intelligence James Clapper would also be linked.

A representative of Hillary Clinton’s campaign or the Democratic National Committee who may be aware of the internal activities of the Justice Department or the FBI related to obtaining FISA warrants during the 2016 campaign could also be accused.

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