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The Mike Flynn Travesty Comes To An End

Our friend Sara Carter’s interview with David Schoen, a top civil rights and defense attorney,  pretty well sums-up Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s prosecution of LTG Michael Flynn, it “is a very sad case,” said Schoen.

“His distinguished career is finished and his reputation ruined,” Schoen further said. “His experience with the Mueller team is classic. He had a strong case for an acquittal of any charge that he lied, based on the Michael Flynngovernment’s own documents from his FBI interviews; but when the Mueller team turned the screws to Flynn and his family and with the cost of defending himself prohibitive, he chose the course of least resistance.”

Rep. Mark Meadows, R-NC, who has been at the forefront of Congressional investigations into the FBI’s handling of the Russia probe, told Ms. Carter late Tuesday that it’s what’s not in Mueller’s recommendations that reveal “they didn’t have anything in the sentencing guidelines that show Flynn colluded with Russia.”

“It took nearly two years for Robert Mueller to come to the same conclusion that President Trump got to several months after Flynn was charged – that Flynn is a good man and didn’t collude,” said Meadows. Meadows noted that the term “substantial cooperation” is a legal phrase that is necessary to include in the sentencing recommendation “in order to get a reduced sentence from the court.”

“It’s not so much used as an adjective, as it is a noun,” said Meadows.

Rudolph Giuliani, Trump’s attorney and former Mayor of New York, told Fox News Tuesday night that the Special Counsel “are sick puppies. This whole thing started as an orchestrated attempt to take the president out of office as an insurance policy.”

Schoen noted that the sentencing memo “proves the conventional wisdom right – if you play ball with Mueller and his band and tell them what they want to hear, you will be rewarded.  And if you tell them the truth and that is not what they wanted you will be punished. It is as plain and simple as that.”

You can read the sentencing memo through this link and decide for yourself.

As Sara Carter reminded us, Gen. Flynn was interviewed by FBI Special Agents Joe Pientka and Peter Strzok on Jan. 24, 2017 about conversations he had with former Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak in December 2016. According to former FBI Director James Comey, the agents did not believe Flynn was lying during their interview with him but later Mueller charged him none-the-less and eventually Flynn pled guilty in December 2017 to one count of lying.

Strzok, who not only was charged with the Russia investigation into Trump, was also at one time part of Mueller’s Special Counsel probe.

He was eventually removed from his role in the Special Counsel’s Office after it was discovered he had sent thousands of anti-Trump text messages to his alleged lover FBI attorney Lisa Page, Page, who was a close confidant of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, retired from the FBI and struck a deal to testify before Congress in July.

Sara Carter reported Lisa Page’s explosive testimony revealed that the FBI did not have any evidence as of May 2017 that anyone in the Trump campaign had colluded with Russia. McCabe was fired from the FBI for lying multiple times to investigators about his contacts with the media and leaking to the media.

Strzok was fired by the FBI after an extensive investigation by the Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz revealed his anti-Trump sentiments and as more information surfaced about his extensive roles in both the Clinton server and Trump Russia investigations.

All of this leads us to the conclusion that Flynn was set up in retaliation for telling the truth about the disaster that Obama and Hillary Clinton created in the Middle East.

Remember, the Flynn saga started when an intercept of his perfectly legal communications with the Russian Ambassador was leaked to the Washington Post. This leak could only have come from the highest levels of the Obama administration and has never been run to earth, even though it was a felony.

Former U.S. Attorney Joe DiGenova has charged that Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, Obama National Security Advisor Susan Rice, former Vice President Joe Biden, former FBI Director James Comey and former President Obama met in White House to discuss targeting General Flynn. (You can watch the DiGenova interview through this link.)

And from what we’ve been able to glean from our research Joe DiGenova has nailed it.

Our friend Dan Bongino said this about the Flynn prosecution:

When the clear eyes of history look back at the last few years the persecution of Mike Flynn by the tyrannical Mueller probe will stand out as a unique stain on our “justice” system. It’s disgusting what happened to this American patriot.

We agree. What’s more, the financial and reputational ruin visited upon General Flynn is especially grievous when one considers that vile people like Christine Blasey Ford and Stormy Daniels raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for their “legal defense” but a good man like General Flynn has been destroyed, not for lying to the FBI, but for telling the truth about the failures of Obama and Hillary Clinton. I have contributed to the Michael T. Flynn Legal Defense Fund, I hope you will too.

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