CIA Director: Agency’s reputation is tarnished, needs polishing

Published on June 11, 2014 by RT America

The CIA and Georgetown University teamed up Wednesday to hold their first ever conference focusing on intelligence in the 21st century. CIA Director John Brennan spoke at the conference, expressing his concerns over the public’s waning perception of the spy agency. Saying that with high-profile intelligence failures and a harsh media atmosphere, the agency needs to better communicate with the public to restore trust. RT’s Gayane Chichakyan attended the event and offers analysis.

3 thoughts on “CIA Director: Agency’s reputation is tarnished, needs polishing

  1. My Fellow Americans:

    Commie Speak Comment from that Feculent Traitor, Brennan:

    “blah, blah, blah…..harsh media atmosphere…”

    Commie Speak Translation:

    “Oh Crap!!!!,… Our crimes, our mercenary fronts like Al-Qaeda, our drug cartel and global distribution network are all getting exposed!!!! CRAP!!!

    Quick,… We Need A Major Lie & Decieve,… errrrr,.. I Mean A Major PR Campaign,.. STAT!!”

    JD – US Marines – The crimes committed by the CIA Day-In & Day-Out make those of the 20th Centuries worst Megalomanics look like play time at Disney-Land (… that’s Commie-Disney now…)


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