Former CIA Director Shares Off-The-Wall Tweet From Left-Wing Pundit, Suggesting TRUMP MIGHT FACE EXECUTION For Possessing Nuclear Related Docs At Mar-A-Lago

MSNBC contributor Michael Beschloss seemingly tweeted a parallel between the recent raid on former President Trump’s Mar-A-Lago home and the infamous –traitorous — Rosenbergs who were put to death for collaborating with foreign powers to expose nuclear secrets belonging to the United States.

This post is in bad taste at the very least — and at most — it serves as a soft comparison and suggestion for Trump’s potential execution, despite the fact that no charges have even been formally filed against him.

“Rosenbergs were convicted for giving U.S. nuclear secrets to Moscow, and were executed in June 1953,” the tweet read, with a photo of the couple included.

Shortly after the initial post, former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Chief Michael Hayden stunningly shared the message on his own page, and captioned it with the ominous words below:


A reporter for the Washington Examiner, Jerry Dunleavy, quickly sprang into action calling out the former top government official for sharing the social media statement — which is likely to create further fallout on both sides of the political aisle.

Dunleavy stated in his own tweet: “NBD [no big deal] just a former NSA & CIA Director (who also was among the dozens of ex-intel officials who signed the infamous October 2020 Hunter Biden laptop letter) out here suggesting that Trump should be executed.”

His reference to Hayden’s signing of the Hunter Biden laptop note, is regarding the letter signed by “over 50 former U.S. intelligence officials,” declaring the infamous “laptop from hell” — containing explicitly raunchy and illegal details of then-presidential candidate Joe Biden’s son Hunter — was nothing but Russian “disinformation.”

It is shockingly alarming such a blatant call for the execution of a former president of the United States comes with only scant attention from the mainstream media — and was met with outright radio silence from almost all federal agencies.

Many would assert that if the intended target of the execution tweet had been a former president aligned with the far-left, the agencies in question — tasked with upholding federal law — along with the media, would have a field day and launched immediate efforts against the author. As well as attacked or suppressed anyone else who dared to even re-communicate the post.

Unfortunately, individuals identified as having right-wing views in this country today are denied any blanket of equal protection or opportunity — which is seemingly granted freely and openly to left-wing counterparts, who share their radicalized and dangerous views.


The CIA, National Security Agency (NSA), and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have a reputation for conspiracies reportedly involving undercover assassinations of figures who have opposed them — as well as other shady schemes that seem all too authentic, for the American people not to take Hayden’s remarks somewhat seriously.

Numerous groups have speculated about presidents who took a stand against corruption — specifically within the intelligence community — who have fallen victim to assassination attempts or other devious plots that occurred under suspicious circumstances.

Former President Donald J. Trump was no friend to the old guard establishment within the swamplands of Washington, D.C. That’s a fact.

In many cases, Trump reportedly undermined the rogue direction these agencies had been going in for years, which marks one of the main reasons why the statement produced by a former CIA chief, seems more like a threat, than a harmless joke or quick draw tweet.

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