At last, Mike Flynn is getting the defense he deserves!

5 minute read

September 11, 2019

Remember Jim Comey’s meeting at the White House on February 14, 2017, that ended with Trump saying something like “Mike Flynn’s a good guy --- hope you can go easy on him,” and how that innocuous statement was later blown up by Comey into a huge obstruction of justice case and cries from the media and congressional Democrats of “Impeachment, impeachment, impeachment”? It happened when then-FBI Director Comey, hoping to spark a special counsel investigation of Trump –- which subsequently happened, with his close colleague Robert Mueller in charge –- leaked his notes of the conversation to “a friend” (actually someone who had worked with the FBI and whom the crafty Comey later hired as his own attorney) who leaked them to The New York Times.

Well, guess what. On the day Comey had that exchange about Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn with the new President, he already knew that Flynn had been exonerated of any inappropriate contact with Russia. In fact, Comey had known for the previous two weeks that Flynn was cleared. The whole investigation of Flynn and Russia had turned out to be based on nothing. And so Comey naturally informed President Trump that Flynn’s contacts with Russians had all been innocent.


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I’m kidding, of course. That’s what he should have done. But Comey didn’t tell him anything of the sort. He withheld this information from the President and pressed on with the “case” against Flynn.

As it turns out, a January 31, 2017, Justice Department memo exonerates Flynn. Flynn’s attorney, the superb Sidney Powell, knows of this memo’s existence, but as of Tuesday it still had not been turned over to her. According to investigative reporter Sara A. Carter, it’s under “protective order,” and Powell is working with prosecutors to get it disclosed, along with a big stack of other Brady (as in, exculpatory) material. How is she supposed to defend her client if they won’t turn over material as important as this?

U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan presided over Tuesday’s hearing and set December 18 as the day for his sentencing. However, that date is extremely tentative; in the eyes of the judge, the turnover of Brady material takes precedence over Flynn’s plea agreement. His sentencing hearing can always be postponed.

You might be surprised that, given all this, Powell has not advised Flynn to change his guilty plea. But here’s the good news: She’s planning to hit even harder, by seeking to have the case dismissed entirely for “egregious” prosecutorial misconduct and the withholding of exculpatory material.


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As Powell argued before Judge Sullivan on Tuesday, Flynn would never have pleaded guilty if the government –- specifically, prosecutors on the special counsel team, led by Andrew Weissmann –- had fulfilled their obligations under the Brady Law and turned over their exculpatory material.

Recall that in late August, Inspector General Michael Horowitz released a blistering report on Comey’s leaking of his “personal” memos detailing his conversations with the President. That was not his material to share; it was work product and property of the Justice Department, arguably classified. Comey violated FBI policy, and Horowitz even issued a criminal referral, which Attorney General Barr chose not to pursue, at least at this time. But now we know there was more to it: Comey’s decision not to inform the President that they already knew Flynn was cleared.

The timeline here tells us a lot…

Month of January –- stories about Flynn’s conversations with Russian ambassador Kislyak leaked to Washington Post..

January 30 –- Justice Department memo clears Flynn of improper contact with Russia.

Early February --- follow-up with Washington Post.

February 13 --- Trump fires Flynn over controversy from stories in the media.

February 14 --- Comey meets with Trump; talks about Flynn but DOESN’T TELL TRUMP about Flynn being cleared.


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This means that with the notes Comey wrote and planned to leak, he was setting up Trump for a charge of obstruction on a case that he’d known for at least two weeks was bogus.

So, what are we left with? We have Comey’s original set-up of Flynn, which we know he personally put in motion because he later bragged about it in front of an audience. (New York City, December 9, 2018. We’ve all seen the video.) Even the purported reason for approaching Flynn, first suggested in a memo from Sally Yates at the DOJ, was ridiculous: possible violation of the Logan Act. (This is a centuries-old law that literally no one gets prosecuted for, and for Flynn, as an incoming national security adviser, talking with the Russian ambassador was perfectly appropriate.) Then Andrew McCabe told him on the phone that the questioning would be casual and that, no, he wouldn’t need a lawyer. It was a big set-up. And after setting him up, they charged him with lying to investigators even when the questioners saw no evidence of deception.

If you’d like more detail, Sara Carter lays out the whole thing…

https://saraacarter.com/flynn-hearing-reveals-existence-of-bombshell-doj-memo-exonerating-michael-flynn/

Sidney Powell appeared on Tuesday’s HANNITY to give a progress report on her defense of Flynn, and it’s really encouraging. This is a man who served his country for 33 years, and he was treated shamefully by the Obama Justice Department.


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Powell had more to tell; in particular, that the special counsel knew at least as early as November 15, 2017, that Comey had orchestrated that “ambush” interview of Flynn but hadn’t disclosed this piece of exculpatory evidence to the defense until just four days before Flynn reaffirmed his guilty plea in front of Judge Sullivan.

She reiterated the fact that the prosecutors still have not turned over the full DOJ memo exonerating Flynn, among other things. Flynn’s defense has been given only a three-line summary of that statement. They’d better give Powell the goods; a hearing on her motion to compel production of evidence and also her motion to hold them in contempt is set for October 31.

In closing, here’s one more bombshell, in Powell’s exact words: “We know that Mr. Mueller got a letter from MR. ROSENSTEIN [emphasis mine] that allowed him to target Michael Flynn, Jr. And there was significant pressure put on Gen. Flynn to enter a guilty plea while they were hiding all the evidence that showed he had not been an agent of Russia, that there were no Logan Act violations.”

“...Stay tuned, because more and more will become apparent as we proceed through the litigation.”

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Comments 26-37 of 37

  • Kendra Strecker

    09/11/2019 11:35 AM

    PRAISE THE LORD for Sydney Powell!!

  • Geneva clayton

    09/11/2019 11:29 AM

    Everyone knows how much the Obama’s hate anyone who serves this country along with the clintons. So it should come as no surprise they would ALL(. The swamp monsters) like to take an honorable man down just because they can. If people can’t see what’s happening here then they are blind!

  • Mark Mittelstaedt

    09/11/2019 11:28 AM

    Question - Why isn't Mr. Trump cleaning out the remnants / holdovers from the Obama DOJ, dropping most of their lawsuits against small businesses, etc, getting the asked for ( or sued for ) documents released ? In my mind, unless there's a very specific method - i.e., here's how you spy on that guy - anyone who would be embarrassed by the release of information - should be !!!

  • Tony Weaver

    09/11/2019 11:26 AM

    Some people are above the law. Some people are below the law. It’s easy to see who’s who. No matter who the AG, IG, FBI head, etc are, the same old beat goes on. Upper level (Democratic) government people are walking around free, while others have gone bankrupt defending themselves
    Thanks for keeping us informed
    Tony

  • Carolyn Weber

    09/11/2019 11:01 AM

    Comey and the department are disgusting! Go Sydney Powell and get justice for Flynn - - which should have already happened. Then turn you eyes to Comey and pursue getting him the justice he so richly deserves. Indictment and punishment for the many crimes he has committed. What an arrogant and pompous excuse of a human being.

  • William Schlumpf

    09/11/2019 11:00 AM

    Appears Lt Gen Flynn will have grounds for civil action against Justice to recover what he spent defending himself.

  • Emily Yeatts

    09/11/2019 10:54 AM

    Sick and tired seriously I read all of these articles I believed in the very beginning of Flynn’s innocence I believed in the crookedness of the fbi I believed there would be some justice appropriated for Hilary but my belief is a vapor there was more fire power to arrest roger stone than to take down osama bin laden all for show when will mueller be investigated wasn’t he fbi director during uranium’s one deal what about pit bull Weiss man didn’t he and mueller have 4 to die in prison and was sued wasn’t mueller invoked in letting Epstein skate did mueller even write his report trumps administration person was it Acosta resigned but chuckle boy was quite the recipient of Epstein’s money no resignation there I could go on and on like how did we get 4 Muslims in Congress who is suppose to swear to uphold the constitution joke there just venting but I am sick and tired

  • john hyland

    09/11/2019 10:47 AM

    Great article, Huck, and I would add that once exonerated, I would insist the Gen. Flynn would be reimbursed for all his expenses in defending himself as well as any financial losses per his property bills. It's the least to restore his livelihood and future.

  • rodney burke

    09/11/2019 10:28 AM

    Some people need to PAY. It's time to take some scalps. The cost of this utter crime need to be exacted publicly. They all KNEW better and did it anyway to punish him for telling the truth. I knew he was NOT guilty from day one. It's time for some people to hurt and hurt bad. GITMO has more troops down there, it's time for the trials and the sentencing. We the people stand with Mike Flynn against tyranny and corruption.

  • James Evart

    09/11/2019 10:18 AM

    Are not traitors usually hung or shot? These people who have been torturing Gen Flynn and his family as well as many others while hamstringing our President, his administration and this countries general prosperity are true enemies of the state and deserve to be treated as such.

  • Phyllis Risdon

    09/11/2019 10:13 AM

    Is there somewhere we can donate to help Gen. Flynn with his legal expenses??
    Thanks

  • Richard Berry

    09/11/2019 10:08 AM

    The case against and his plea need to be dismissed and Comey and McCabe need to be tried for treason!! (Overthrow of a legally elected President) Hillary lost because she did not think the fly over states where important to the election.

At last, Mike Flynn is getting the defense he deserves!

5 minute read

September 11, 2019

Remember Jim Comey’s meeting at the White House on February 14, 2017, that ended with Trump saying something like “Mike Flynn’s a good guy --- hope you can go easy on him,” and how that innocuous statement was later blown up by Comey into a huge obstruction of justice case and cries from the media and congressional Democrats of “Impeachment, impeachment, impeachment”? It happened when then-FBI Director Comey, hoping to spark a special counsel investigation of Trump –- which subsequently happened, with his close colleague Robert Mueller in charge –- leaked his notes of the conversation to “a friend” (actually someone who had worked with the FBI and whom the crafty Comey later hired as his own attorney) who leaked them to The New York Times.

Well, guess what. On the day Comey had that exchange about Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn with the new President, he already knew that Flynn had been exonerated of any inappropriate contact with Russia. In fact, Comey had known for the previous two weeks that Flynn was cleared. The whole investigation of Flynn and Russia had turned out to be based on nothing. And so Comey naturally informed President Trump that Flynn’s contacts with Russians had all been innocent.


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I’m kidding, of course. That’s what he should have done. But Comey didn’t tell him anything of the sort. He withheld this information from the President and pressed on with the “case” against Flynn.

As it turns out, a January 31, 2017, Justice Department memo exonerates Flynn. Flynn’s attorney, the superb Sidney Powell, knows of this memo’s existence, but as of Tuesday it still had not been turned over to her. According to investigative reporter Sara A. Carter, it’s under “protective order,” and Powell is working with prosecutors to get it disclosed, along with a big stack of other Brady (as in, exculpatory) material. How is she supposed to defend her client if they won’t turn over material as important as this?

U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan presided over Tuesday’s hearing and set December 18 as the day for his sentencing. However, that date is extremely tentative; in the eyes of the judge, the turnover of Brady material takes precedence over Flynn’s plea agreement. His sentencing hearing can always be postponed.

You might be surprised that, given all this, Powell has not advised Flynn to change his guilty plea. But here’s the good news: She’s planning to hit even harder, by seeking to have the case dismissed entirely for “egregious” prosecutorial misconduct and the withholding of exculpatory material.


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As Powell argued before Judge Sullivan on Tuesday, Flynn would never have pleaded guilty if the government –- specifically, prosecutors on the special counsel team, led by Andrew Weissmann –- had fulfilled their obligations under the Brady Law and turned over their exculpatory material.

Recall that in late August, Inspector General Michael Horowitz released a blistering report on Comey’s leaking of his “personal” memos detailing his conversations with the President. That was not his material to share; it was work product and property of the Justice Department, arguably classified. Comey violated FBI policy, and Horowitz even issued a criminal referral, which Attorney General Barr chose not to pursue, at least at this time. But now we know there was more to it: Comey’s decision not to inform the President that they already knew Flynn was cleared.

The timeline here tells us a lot…

Month of January –- stories about Flynn’s conversations with Russian ambassador Kislyak leaked to Washington Post..

January 30 –- Justice Department memo clears Flynn of improper contact with Russia.

Early February --- follow-up with Washington Post.

February 13 --- Trump fires Flynn over controversy from stories in the media.

February 14 --- Comey meets with Trump; talks about Flynn but DOESN’T TELL TRUMP about Flynn being cleared.


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This means that with the notes Comey wrote and planned to leak, he was setting up Trump for a charge of obstruction on a case that he’d known for at least two weeks was bogus.

So, what are we left with? We have Comey’s original set-up of Flynn, which we know he personally put in motion because he later bragged about it in front of an audience. (New York City, December 9, 2018. We’ve all seen the video.) Even the purported reason for approaching Flynn, first suggested in a memo from Sally Yates at the DOJ, was ridiculous: possible violation of the Logan Act. (This is a centuries-old law that literally no one gets prosecuted for, and for Flynn, as an incoming national security adviser, talking with the Russian ambassador was perfectly appropriate.) Then Andrew McCabe told him on the phone that the questioning would be casual and that, no, he wouldn’t need a lawyer. It was a big set-up. And after setting him up, they charged him with lying to investigators even when the questioners saw no evidence of deception.

If you’d like more detail, Sara Carter lays out the whole thing…

https://saraacarter.com/flynn-hearing-reveals-existence-of-bombshell-doj-memo-exonerating-michael-flynn/

Sidney Powell appeared on Tuesday’s HANNITY to give a progress report on her defense of Flynn, and it’s really encouraging. This is a man who served his country for 33 years, and he was treated shamefully by the Obama Justice Department.


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Powell had more to tell; in particular, that the special counsel knew at least as early as November 15, 2017, that Comey had orchestrated that “ambush” interview of Flynn but hadn’t disclosed this piece of exculpatory evidence to the defense until just four days before Flynn reaffirmed his guilty plea in front of Judge Sullivan.

She reiterated the fact that the prosecutors still have not turned over the full DOJ memo exonerating Flynn, among other things. Flynn’s defense has been given only a three-line summary of that statement. They’d better give Powell the goods; a hearing on her motion to compel production of evidence and also her motion to hold them in contempt is set for October 31.

In closing, here’s one more bombshell, in Powell’s exact words: “We know that Mr. Mueller got a letter from MR. ROSENSTEIN [emphasis mine] that allowed him to target Michael Flynn, Jr. And there was significant pressure put on Gen. Flynn to enter a guilty plea while they were hiding all the evidence that showed he had not been an agent of Russia, that there were no Logan Act violations.”

“...Stay tuned, because more and more will become apparent as we proceed through the litigation.”

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Comments 26-37 of 37

  • Kendra Strecker

    09/11/2019 11:35 AM

    PRAISE THE LORD for Sydney Powell!!

  • Geneva clayton

    09/11/2019 11:29 AM

    Everyone knows how much the Obama’s hate anyone who serves this country along with the clintons. So it should come as no surprise they would ALL(. The swamp monsters) like to take an honorable man down just because they can. If people can’t see what’s happening here then they are blind!

  • Mark Mittelstaedt

    09/11/2019 11:28 AM

    Question - Why isn't Mr. Trump cleaning out the remnants / holdovers from the Obama DOJ, dropping most of their lawsuits against small businesses, etc, getting the asked for ( or sued for ) documents released ? In my mind, unless there's a very specific method - i.e., here's how you spy on that guy - anyone who would be embarrassed by the release of information - should be !!!

  • Tony Weaver

    09/11/2019 11:26 AM

    Some people are above the law. Some people are below the law. It’s easy to see who’s who. No matter who the AG, IG, FBI head, etc are, the same old beat goes on. Upper level (Democratic) government people are walking around free, while others have gone bankrupt defending themselves
    Thanks for keeping us informed
    Tony

  • Carolyn Weber

    09/11/2019 11:01 AM

    Comey and the department are disgusting! Go Sydney Powell and get justice for Flynn - - which should have already happened. Then turn you eyes to Comey and pursue getting him the justice he so richly deserves. Indictment and punishment for the many crimes he has committed. What an arrogant and pompous excuse of a human being.

  • William Schlumpf

    09/11/2019 11:00 AM

    Appears Lt Gen Flynn will have grounds for civil action against Justice to recover what he spent defending himself.

  • Emily Yeatts

    09/11/2019 10:54 AM

    Sick and tired seriously I read all of these articles I believed in the very beginning of Flynn’s innocence I believed in the crookedness of the fbi I believed there would be some justice appropriated for Hilary but my belief is a vapor there was more fire power to arrest roger stone than to take down osama bin laden all for show when will mueller be investigated wasn’t he fbi director during uranium’s one deal what about pit bull Weiss man didn’t he and mueller have 4 to die in prison and was sued wasn’t mueller invoked in letting Epstein skate did mueller even write his report trumps administration person was it Acosta resigned but chuckle boy was quite the recipient of Epstein’s money no resignation there I could go on and on like how did we get 4 Muslims in Congress who is suppose to swear to uphold the constitution joke there just venting but I am sick and tired

  • john hyland

    09/11/2019 10:47 AM

    Great article, Huck, and I would add that once exonerated, I would insist the Gen. Flynn would be reimbursed for all his expenses in defending himself as well as any financial losses per his property bills. It's the least to restore his livelihood and future.

  • rodney burke

    09/11/2019 10:28 AM

    Some people need to PAY. It's time to take some scalps. The cost of this utter crime need to be exacted publicly. They all KNEW better and did it anyway to punish him for telling the truth. I knew he was NOT guilty from day one. It's time for some people to hurt and hurt bad. GITMO has more troops down there, it's time for the trials and the sentencing. We the people stand with Mike Flynn against tyranny and corruption.

  • James Evart

    09/11/2019 10:18 AM

    Are not traitors usually hung or shot? These people who have been torturing Gen Flynn and his family as well as many others while hamstringing our President, his administration and this countries general prosperity are true enemies of the state and deserve to be treated as such.

  • Phyllis Risdon

    09/11/2019 10:13 AM

    Is there somewhere we can donate to help Gen. Flynn with his legal expenses??
    Thanks

  • Richard Berry

    09/11/2019 10:08 AM

    The case against and his plea need to be dismissed and Comey and McCabe need to be tried for treason!! (Overthrow of a legally elected President) Hillary lost because she did not think the fly over states where important to the election.

At last, Mike Flynn is getting the defense he deserves!

5 minute read

September 11, 2019

Remember Jim Comey’s meeting at the White House on February 14, 2017, that ended with Trump saying something like “Mike Flynn’s a good guy --- hope you can go easy on him,” and how that innocuous statement was later blown up by Comey into a huge obstruction of justice case and cries from the media and congressional Democrats of “Impeachment, impeachment, impeachment”? It happened when then-FBI Director Comey, hoping to spark a special counsel investigation of Trump –- which subsequently happened, with his close colleague Robert Mueller in charge –- leaked his notes of the conversation to “a friend” (actually someone who had worked with the FBI and whom the crafty Comey later hired as his own attorney) who leaked them to The New York Times.

Well, guess what. On the day Comey had that exchange about Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn with the new President, he already knew that Flynn had been exonerated of any inappropriate contact with Russia. In fact, Comey had known for the previous two weeks that Flynn was cleared. The whole investigation of Flynn and Russia had turned out to be based on nothing. And so Comey naturally informed President Trump that Flynn’s contacts with Russians had all been innocent.


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I’m kidding, of course. That’s what he should have done. But Comey didn’t tell him anything of the sort. He withheld this information from the President and pressed on with the “case” against Flynn.

As it turns out, a January 31, 2017, Justice Department memo exonerates Flynn. Flynn’s attorney, the superb Sidney Powell, knows of this memo’s existence, but as of Tuesday it still had not been turned over to her. According to investigative reporter Sara A. Carter, it’s under “protective order,” and Powell is working with prosecutors to get it disclosed, along with a big stack of other Brady (as in, exculpatory) material. How is she supposed to defend her client if they won’t turn over material as important as this?

U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan presided over Tuesday’s hearing and set December 18 as the day for his sentencing. However, that date is extremely tentative; in the eyes of the judge, the turnover of Brady material takes precedence over Flynn’s plea agreement. His sentencing hearing can always be postponed.

You might be surprised that, given all this, Powell has not advised Flynn to change his guilty plea. But here’s the good news: She’s planning to hit even harder, by seeking to have the case dismissed entirely for “egregious” prosecutorial misconduct and the withholding of exculpatory material.


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As Powell argued before Judge Sullivan on Tuesday, Flynn would never have pleaded guilty if the government –- specifically, prosecutors on the special counsel team, led by Andrew Weissmann –- had fulfilled their obligations under the Brady Law and turned over their exculpatory material.

Recall that in late August, Inspector General Michael Horowitz released a blistering report on Comey’s leaking of his “personal” memos detailing his conversations with the President. That was not his material to share; it was work product and property of the Justice Department, arguably classified. Comey violated FBI policy, and Horowitz even issued a criminal referral, which Attorney General Barr chose not to pursue, at least at this time. But now we know there was more to it: Comey’s decision not to inform the President that they already knew Flynn was cleared.

The timeline here tells us a lot…

Month of January –- stories about Flynn’s conversations with Russian ambassador Kislyak leaked to Washington Post..

January 30 –- Justice Department memo clears Flynn of improper contact with Russia.

Early February --- follow-up with Washington Post.

February 13 --- Trump fires Flynn over controversy from stories in the media.

February 14 --- Comey meets with Trump; talks about Flynn but DOESN’T TELL TRUMP about Flynn being cleared.


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This means that with the notes Comey wrote and planned to leak, he was setting up Trump for a charge of obstruction on a case that he’d known for at least two weeks was bogus.

So, what are we left with? We have Comey’s original set-up of Flynn, which we know he personally put in motion because he later bragged about it in front of an audience. (New York City, December 9, 2018. We’ve all seen the video.) Even the purported reason for approaching Flynn, first suggested in a memo from Sally Yates at the DOJ, was ridiculous: possible violation of the Logan Act. (This is a centuries-old law that literally no one gets prosecuted for, and for Flynn, as an incoming national security adviser, talking with the Russian ambassador was perfectly appropriate.) Then Andrew McCabe told him on the phone that the questioning would be casual and that, no, he wouldn’t need a lawyer. It was a big set-up. And after setting him up, they charged him with lying to investigators even when the questioners saw no evidence of deception.

If you’d like more detail, Sara Carter lays out the whole thing…

https://saraacarter.com/flynn-hearing-reveals-existence-of-bombshell-doj-memo-exonerating-michael-flynn/

Sidney Powell appeared on Tuesday’s HANNITY to give a progress report on her defense of Flynn, and it’s really encouraging. This is a man who served his country for 33 years, and he was treated shamefully by the Obama Justice Department.


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Powell had more to tell; in particular, that the special counsel knew at least as early as November 15, 2017, that Comey had orchestrated that “ambush” interview of Flynn but hadn’t disclosed this piece of exculpatory evidence to the defense until just four days before Flynn reaffirmed his guilty plea in front of Judge Sullivan.

She reiterated the fact that the prosecutors still have not turned over the full DOJ memo exonerating Flynn, among other things. Flynn’s defense has been given only a three-line summary of that statement. They’d better give Powell the goods; a hearing on her motion to compel production of evidence and also her motion to hold them in contempt is set for October 31.

In closing, here’s one more bombshell, in Powell’s exact words: “We know that Mr. Mueller got a letter from MR. ROSENSTEIN [emphasis mine] that allowed him to target Michael Flynn, Jr. And there was significant pressure put on Gen. Flynn to enter a guilty plea while they were hiding all the evidence that showed he had not been an agent of Russia, that there were no Logan Act violations.”

“...Stay tuned, because more and more will become apparent as we proceed through the litigation.”

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Comments 26-37 of 37

  • Kendra Strecker

    09/11/2019 11:35 AM

    PRAISE THE LORD for Sydney Powell!!

  • Geneva clayton

    09/11/2019 11:29 AM

    Everyone knows how much the Obama’s hate anyone who serves this country along with the clintons. So it should come as no surprise they would ALL(. The swamp monsters) like to take an honorable man down just because they can. If people can’t see what’s happening here then they are blind!

  • Mark Mittelstaedt

    09/11/2019 11:28 AM

    Question - Why isn't Mr. Trump cleaning out the remnants / holdovers from the Obama DOJ, dropping most of their lawsuits against small businesses, etc, getting the asked for ( or sued for ) documents released ? In my mind, unless there's a very specific method - i.e., here's how you spy on that guy - anyone who would be embarrassed by the release of information - should be !!!

  • Tony Weaver

    09/11/2019 11:26 AM

    Some people are above the law. Some people are below the law. It’s easy to see who’s who. No matter who the AG, IG, FBI head, etc are, the same old beat goes on. Upper level (Democratic) government people are walking around free, while others have gone bankrupt defending themselves
    Thanks for keeping us informed
    Tony

  • Carolyn Weber

    09/11/2019 11:01 AM

    Comey and the department are disgusting! Go Sydney Powell and get justice for Flynn - - which should have already happened. Then turn you eyes to Comey and pursue getting him the justice he so richly deserves. Indictment and punishment for the many crimes he has committed. What an arrogant and pompous excuse of a human being.

  • William Schlumpf

    09/11/2019 11:00 AM

    Appears Lt Gen Flynn will have grounds for civil action against Justice to recover what he spent defending himself.

  • Emily Yeatts

    09/11/2019 10:54 AM

    Sick and tired seriously I read all of these articles I believed in the very beginning of Flynn’s innocence I believed in the crookedness of the fbi I believed there would be some justice appropriated for Hilary but my belief is a vapor there was more fire power to arrest roger stone than to take down osama bin laden all for show when will mueller be investigated wasn’t he fbi director during uranium’s one deal what about pit bull Weiss man didn’t he and mueller have 4 to die in prison and was sued wasn’t mueller invoked in letting Epstein skate did mueller even write his report trumps administration person was it Acosta resigned but chuckle boy was quite the recipient of Epstein’s money no resignation there I could go on and on like how did we get 4 Muslims in Congress who is suppose to swear to uphold the constitution joke there just venting but I am sick and tired

  • john hyland

    09/11/2019 10:47 AM

    Great article, Huck, and I would add that once exonerated, I would insist the Gen. Flynn would be reimbursed for all his expenses in defending himself as well as any financial losses per his property bills. It's the least to restore his livelihood and future.

  • rodney burke

    09/11/2019 10:28 AM

    Some people need to PAY. It's time to take some scalps. The cost of this utter crime need to be exacted publicly. They all KNEW better and did it anyway to punish him for telling the truth. I knew he was NOT guilty from day one. It's time for some people to hurt and hurt bad. GITMO has more troops down there, it's time for the trials and the sentencing. We the people stand with Mike Flynn against tyranny and corruption.

  • James Evart

    09/11/2019 10:18 AM

    Are not traitors usually hung or shot? These people who have been torturing Gen Flynn and his family as well as many others while hamstringing our President, his administration and this countries general prosperity are true enemies of the state and deserve to be treated as such.

  • Phyllis Risdon

    09/11/2019 10:13 AM

    Is there somewhere we can donate to help Gen. Flynn with his legal expenses??
    Thanks

  • Richard Berry

    09/11/2019 10:08 AM

    The case against and his plea need to be dismissed and Comey and McCabe need to be tried for treason!! (Overthrow of a legally elected President) Hillary lost because she did not think the fly over states where important to the election.