Michael Flynn discovers 1st in America: lawyers "betrayed" him (SHAWK!)

Zig the N.g ziggerjoe at yandex.com
Thu May 7 15:32:57 PDT 2020

Well, it looks like Flynn be the first General reinstated - although at the hands of the waning Clinton/Obama justice department, technically not 'sacked by Obama' ...

   He Is "An Innocent Man" - Trump Happy After DoJ Drops All Charges Against General Flynn
      Shortly after Brandon Van Grack, chief of the Justice Department’s Foreign Agents Registration Act division, filed a notice of his withdrawal in federal court in Washington, The Justice Department has this morning filed a motion to drop the criminal case against President Donald Trump’s first national security adviser, Michael Flynn, abandoning the critical leg of many leftists' belief in the Russia collusion bullshit.
      As Byron York notes, the Justice Department finally concedes it had no basis to interview Michael Flynn on January 24, 2017, with the move coming less than a week after unsealed documents in the case fueled renewed claims by Flynn that FBI agents had cooked up a bogus case against him, and as AP reports, is a stunning reversal for one of the signature cases brought by special counsel Robert Mueller.
         .. “What happened to General Michael Flynn, a war hero, should never be allowed to happen to a citizen of the United States again!” ...

[The only way to stop such stuff happening "to a citizen of the US again" would be to dismantle the power and structures permitting this; not holding out much hope of that...]

   ‘Get Him to Lie or Get Him Fired?’ FBI 'Mulled Prosecuting' Michael Flynn Before Interview

   Unsealed FBI Handwritten Notes, Emails Reveal Agents Plotted Perjury Trap On Flynn
      ..  Devastating flashback clip of Comey just aired on @marthamaccallum show.
          When asked who went around the protocol of going through the WH Counsel’s office and instead decided to send the FBI agents into White House for the Flynn perjury trap...
          ...Comey smugly responds “I sent them.” https://t.co/Vai2s5xXwn

   Trump Defends Former Adviser Flynn, Says He is 'Fine Man' Tormented by 'Dirty Cops'
      .. The former US official pleaded guilty to making "false and fraudulent statements" to the FBI regarding his contacts with Russian Ambassador to the US Sergei Kislyak in 2016, but has still not been sentenced and has been attempting to withdraw his plea since mid-January 2020.

   "Don't Close RAZOR": Flynn FBI Setup Continues To Unravel As Texts Reveal Strzok Went Off The Rails
      .. President Trump said at a press conference today that he would consider bringing Michael Flynn back into the administration, saying that his former national security adviser is "essentially exonerated."

   Why Michael Flynn Was Set Up

On Thu, Feb 13, 2020 at 02:50:42PM +1100, Zig the N.g wrote:
> You simply could not imagine my shawk!  FBI in scorched Earth campaign against Flynn:
>   'Nevermind All That FBI Misconduct': Mueller Attack-Dog Asks Court To Ignore Flynn Bid To Toss Case
>   https://www.zerohedge.com/political/nevermind-all-fbi-misconduct-mueller-attack-dog-asks-court-ignore-flynn-bid-toss-case
>     ... Except - Flynn attorney Sidney Powell says the FBI excluded crucial information from his '302' form - the original draft of which stated that Flynn was honest with the FBI agents who interviewed him (one of whom was Peter Strzok).
>     ... In short - failings by the the same cabal within the FBI that handled the Clinton email investigation, the Trump investigation, and the offshoot investigations (Flynn, Stone, etc.) - don't matter ["should not matter legally"].
> FBI/ CIA/ Democ-rats/ etc modus operandi:
>  1. Declare a lie to be truth, screech loudly when anybody calls you on it, making sure the volume of the screech is loud enough to drown out all dissent.
>  2. Murder those who truly get in your way and/ or just refuse to go away or be jailed on false charges.
>  3. Profit ... or something.
> In this time of the collapse of the USA empire, there are great opportunities for those in the system to redeem themselves - by whistleblowing, by testifying in truth + facts + righteousness, rather than endlessly pursuing little but political force and arse covering.
> This opportunity for redemption remains so long as the turmoil around you and/or within you (personally) is present - once external circumstances genuinely move forward (in any particular case, legal or otherwise), then your personal opportunity for redemption passes - you kick the karmic can down the road for another cycle.
> Take Hillary Clinton - she could at least begin a pathway of redemption were she to own her past - those evils done in her name and by her authority, consent and/ or direction.
> A few years (or decades) in the clink now?  Nothing compared to the alternative... there ain't no "5 minute confession" which can cleanse years of evil - requires a long term will and intention.
>   "Is my sorry arse and/or present job, really worth protecting evil?"
> Whoever you are, choose wisely - no is the time.
> On Thu, Jan 30, 2020 at 12:53:46PM +1100, Zig the N.g wrote:
> > >From the "Consequences for literally failing to lie for the USA
> > public prosecution" dept.
> > 
> > Imagine our SHAWK, SHAWK I tell ya!
> > 
> >   Flynn's Defense Files Motion Saying His Former
> >   Legal Team "Betrayed Him"
> >   https://www.zerohedge.com/political/flynns-defense-files-motion-saying-his-former-legal-team-betrayed-him
> > 
> >     Former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn ... denied that he
> >     lied to the FBI during the White House meeting with then FBI
> >     Special Agent Peter Strzok and FBI Special Agent Joe Pientka. The
> >     meeting was set up by now fired FBI Director James Comey and
> >     then-Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, who was also fired for lying
> >     to Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s investigators. Strzok was
> >     fired by the FBI for his actions during the Russia investigation.
> > 
> >     “... nor do I remember if we discussed the details of a UN vote on
> >     Israel.”
> > 
> >     ...
> >     Powell said prosecutors reversed course on their decision to not
> >     push for jail time for Flynn in early January because she said,
> >     her client “refused to lie for the prosecution” in the Rafiekian
> >     case.
> > 

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