The Michael Flynn case has finally been broken open, thanks to the tireless and wonderful work of Sidney Powell. Two years I wrote a post in which I asserted that Flynn was framed. I believed it then and never stopped believing it. Powell released some documents which demonstrate clearly that the FBI was determined to frame Michael Flynn.
“What is our goal? Truth/Admission or to get him to lie, so we can prosecute him or get him fired?,” the handwritten notes of the senior official say. The notes express further concern the FBI might be “playing games.”
Multiple officials confirmed to Just the News that the author of the notes is William Priestap, the now-retired FBI Assistant Director for Counterintelligence and the ultimate supervisor for fired agent Peter Strzok, who led the Russia probe.
Powell says even more damning documents are on the way. You might be tempted to think “Wow, this is some really big news. Surely all the outlets will cover it.”
You’d be wrong.
There was nothing this morning on NBC, MSNBC or ABC News. There was a small piece on CBS, depicting the story as being a “debate.” The big story was Harrison Ford going Han Solo in a runway incursion.
There are many thing to remember about the Michael Flynn saga.
Remember how the left wing media treated Flynn with no uncertainty
As I watched the show and thought back to my school days and the stories I read about Arnold’s treachery, I couldn’t help but think of former Gen. Michael Flynn. By all accounts, Flynn was extremely resentful at being fired by President Barack Obama as head of the Defense Intelligence Agency, and nursed grudges against his rivals in the other intelligence agencies. He had been popular with his own troops but others in the military came to mistrust him and considered him a little unhinged.
Remember that Flynn was tossed by Obama for seeking to clean out the deep state. Lee Smith:
“In addition to General Flynn’s name being cleared, I hope that his initiative to get to the bottom of what these people were doing — to audit the intelligence community… that’s something else we need to look at again,” said Smith. “As well, his initiative to clean out the Deep State.”
“Oh, exactly,” said Powell. “There’s no telling how many billions of taxpayer dollars they’re running off books for the different intel agencies, particularly [former Obama Administration CIA Director] and [former Obama Administration Director of National Intelligence James Clapper], and of course we see evidence of that… with what was paid to Stefan Halper for his shenanigans. It just goes on and on.”
Remember that Sally Yates used the Logan Act as a pretense to initiate the entrapment of Flynn.
Let’s remember that Flynn did nothing wrong.
Remember that Comey violated FBI guidelines when sending Strzok and Joe Pientka to interview Flynn. Here’s that maggot bragging about it
Remember that Flynn was told he didn’t need a lawyer present. Flynn was never told he was a target.
Remember that the two agents who interviewed Flynn said they didn’t think Flynn was lying, despite them not offering Flynn a warning- a consideration they would offered to the worst of criminals:
“The agents did not provide Gen. Flynn with a warning of the penalties for making a false statement under 18 U.S.C. 1001 before, during, or after the interview,” the Flynn memo says. According to the 302, before the interview, McCabe and other FBI officials “decided the agents would not warn Flynn that it was a crime to lie during an FBI interview because they wanted Flynn to be relaxed, and they were concerned that giving the warnings might adversely affect the rapport.”
Remember that Flynn’s law firm was screwing him.
After some recent jaw-dropping revelations in the case; which may include evidence highlighting how the FBI participated in framing Michael Flynn; and certainly contains evidence of an unethical prosecutorial agreement with the former defense counsel, to coerce a guilty plea by threatening to arrest Michael Flynn Jr; suddenly today Covington & Burling discover an additional 6,800 pages of evidence they conspicuously omitted.
Remember that Covington is Eric Holder’s firm. Also remember that Covington lawyers’ conduct was so egregious that Judge Emmet Sullivan ordered them to take a lecture on ethics.
Remember that the FBI altered their 302 interview notes with Flynn.
Remember that the FBI subsequently “lost” the evidence against Flynn.
Remember that James Clapper ordered the Washington Post via David Ignatius to “take the kill shot” on Flynn.
So egregious is the conduct of the FBI that the case must be vacated. As previously mentioned, it will have to wait for what is promised to be even more damning in the way of revelations.
Prof. Jonathan Turley nails it
I have been a criminal defense attorney for decades. I have seen abusive tactics. However this is one of the most thuggish records I have seen. Most concerning is that they were trying to create a crime, not investigating a crime. The use of Logan only highlights that bias.
— Jonathan Turley (@JonathanTurley) April 30, 2020
Absolutely. The FBI, led by the prig Comey, has degraded itself into a cesspool of corruption. There can be no faith in it as an institution until those responsible for this travesty themselves are brought to justice and punished accordingly. James Comey will be remembered as the architect of its ruin.
I can’t wait for the rest of the documents.