John Brennan was once director of the CIA. He now seems to be gunning for chief of the new Red Guards.
During the Cultural Revolution in communist China, Mao Zedong's Red Guards rounded up citizens accused by their neighbors of counter-revolutionary crimes and forced them to endure public humiliation.
In what were known as "struggle sessions," the citizens would be forced to wear signs with their crimes hung around their necks. Before a jeering crowd, they would be forced to confess to their bourgeoisie crimes. If not, they would be beaten, sometimes to death.
Brennan, who admits to having voted for Gus Hall, the communist party candidate for U.S. president in 1976, wants supporters of President Donald Trump to be forced to publicly denounce the president before they can be "redeemed." He has yet to be prosecuted for his perjury before Congress and his role in the Russia collusion investigation that undermined the current administration with baseless charges.