Robert Mueller Requests Postponement of General Mike Flynn Sentencing…

Against a newly discovered likelihood the Robert Mueller investigation began under false pretenses; and against the backdrop that FBI surveillance and wiretaps were obtained through materially (intentionally) false representations to the FISA court; and against the backdrop the original Flynn plea judge (Contrereas) was also the approving FISA judge; and that judge ‘was summarily recused’ from the case; and against increasing evidence that Mike Flynn was set up by a terminal animus, and politically-motivated investigative rogue unit, operating within the FBI; and against surfacing IG Horowitz evidence that FBI investigators manipulated (lied on) their FD-302 interrogation documents; and understanding those falsified 302’s were used in the Mueller/Flynn charging document…

…Special Counsel Robert Mueller now asks for postponement of sentencing:

(pdf link)

Both parties did not ‘request‘ a postponement; both parties ‘agreed‘ to a postponement.  The motive for the request (Mueller) is entirely divergent from, yet complimentary to, the motive to agree to the request (Flynn).

This is all beginning to go backwards.

It is not coincidental that Brandon L Van Grack is the signatory to the delay request by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s request to the new Judge, Emmet G Sullivan.

If, as has been reported, Inspector General Michael Horowitz now has evidence the FBI manipulated their FD-302 (interrogation and questioning) documents, as also admitted by FBI agent Peter Strzok in related matters regarding Clinton…

…. and those manipulated or falsified FBI 302’s (containing FBI investigative notes of Michael Flynn’s questioning during the January 2017 interview), were used in the actual Flynn charging documents.

Well, then the underlying evidence presented to the initial judge, Ruben Contreras, in the December 1st plea hearing, were materially misrepresented.

With the IG exposing falsified and manipulative investigative practices by the FBI, Mueller would have no alternative but to throw the brakes on.  This whole thing is turning into a sh*t-show of epic proportions. EARLIER WE DISCUSSED

The Robert Mueller lawyer, the Special Counsel attorney that signed General Flynn’s Statement of Offense filed in U.S, District Court 12/1/2017 was “Brandon L Van Grack”. [See page #5]

When Trump transition team lawyer Kory Langhofer (Trump for America transition organization) contacted the special counsels office about the illegal and unethical way they retrieved transition team emails from the GSA. Who was he put in contact with?

It was Brandon L Van Grack who was in communication w/ the Trump for America transition organization; and, according to the documents on this topic (attached), misrepresented (ie. lied about) the Special Counsel access to the GSA emails on 12/12/2017. (Pdf Link)

Questions: A) What reason would Van Grack have for taking the call from the transition attorney in the first place? and then, B) what reason would he have for lying about the information that was requested?

It is my belief, based on mounting evidence, a specific cast of characters -within the Mueller “Russia Election Interference” probe- were placed there to protect the people behind the FBI’s 2016 counterintelligence operation against Trump.

I suspect the same FBI and DOJ “small group”, the team who worked diligently to ensure Hillary Clinton was never found culpable in the 2015/2016 email investigation, later worked on the 2016 Trump counterintelligence operation (FISA wiretapping surveillance etc).

That same “small group” within the FBI and DOJ were then given the task in 2017 of covering both prior operations: A) *Clear Hillary Clinton, and B) *Counterintel op on Trump.

To cover, cloud and protect the DOJ and FBI officials engaged in both operations, the “small group” is now assembled within Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel team.

Inside Mueller’s crew, the “small group” essentially works to watch over what information the Trump officials or congress could possibly be discovering…. under the auspices of investigating ‘Muh Russia’ etc.

If the “small group” comes across a risky trail being followed, they work to impede, block, delay or deflect anyone from that trail.

That’s why the Special Counsel attorney that signed General Flynn’s Statement of Offense filed Dec. 1, 2017, was the same attorney who responded to the Trump transition team inquiry. Brandon L Van Grack.

This “small group” are essentially career DOJ and FBI staff lawyers behind and beside the visible names we have recently become aware of: Peter Strzok, Bruce Ohr, Lisa Page, Bill Priestap, Andrew McCabe, Sally Yates, James Baker etc.

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679 Responses to Robert Mueller Requests Postponement of General Mike Flynn Sentencing…

  1. Bill says:

    Somebody, tell me why President Trump has not fired Wray?

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  2. youme says:

    As far as I know, Flynn was not given his Miranda warnings when interviewed at the White House. Use of a “ruse”? to interview Flynn and the “custodial” nature of the interview ( was he told he could leave? ). Flynn’s lawyer could have fought to have Flynn’s statements to the FBI suppressed.

    Miranda Warning Required Where FBI Interviewed Suspect at Place of Employment
    U.S. v. Laurita (2014)

    The Nebraska District Court has suppressed statements made by a defendant to FBI agents after he was interrogated at his workplace and the FBI agents set up a ruse in which the defendant admitted to the lesser of two accused crimes.

    In Laurita, the defendant was led to a workplace conference room by his supervisor, only being told that he need to be spoken to. FBI agents awaited him in the conference room. They first told the defendant that they had executed a search warrant on his home earlier in the day, looking for evidence of child pornography. One agent then told the defendant that they were investigating child pornography, but also had some concerns about the defendant abusing two children of a woman he had been involved with.

    The defendant admitted to viewing child pornography, but denied abusing the children. At trial, a magistrate judge denied the defendant’s motion to suppress the statements he made to the FBI agents during this workplace interview.

    At the evidentiary hearing, an FBI agent testified that he did not give the defendant a Miranda warning prior to questioning. He also testified that he did not inform the defendant that he could leave and that he did not have to answer their questions. In turn, the defendant testified that the FBI agent was “aggressive in his body language” and that he implied telling the truth would be beneficial to him. The magistrate judge denied the motion to suppress, and the defendant appealed to the district court.

    Miranda warnings require that “when a suspect is interrogated in a custodial setting, the police must advise him of his right not to answer questions and to have an attorney present during questioning.”

    Determining whether a suspect is “in custody” depends on the totality of the circumstances. A court considers six factors: whether the suspect was informed that he was free to leave; whether the suspect possessed freedom of movement; whether the suspect initiated the interview; whether there were strong-arm tactics; whether the police dominated the atmosphere; and whether the suspect was arrested at the close of the interrogation.

    Here, the court placed emphasis on the fact that the defendant was not told he could leave the interview. It also found significant that the defendant’s supervisor escorted him to the conference room, and the room was in the human resources area where employees might be disciplined or terminated.

    Furthermore, the court found that the agent “used a ruse” by accusing the defendant of abusing children. It essentially gave the defendant a choice of admitting to the lesser of two crimes. The agent “was aware that his questions were reasonably likely to elicit an incriminating response.” The court held that the totality of the circumstances showed the workplace interview was custodial, and it suppressed the defendant’s statements to the FBI agents.

    http://marshalldefense.com/2016/05/10/miranda-warning-required-where-fbi-interviewed-suspect-at-place-of-employment-2/

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    • Zephyrbreeze says:

      Mueller is like Inspector Clouseau – with malice.

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      • ron Milam says:

        This article sounds grandiose, and I think they are now trying to subvert Congress and FOX, White House from getting at the truth, but this team was originally put together to frame Trump and kick him out of office. Their “INVESTIGATION” has ensnared themselves, thus no one would have ever known if they had given up the ghost when Trump won.

        Instead the went fishing and got a hook caught in their own britches.

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      • ZurichMike says:

        Politics aside, I had a good giggle watching this clip. Those movies were such great fun.

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      • Plain Jane says:

        Thank you ZB. I forgot how funny these movies are. Last time Isaw a Pink Panther movie was 18+ years ago.

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    • MTK says:

      In responce to your post, it is my understanding that, Mr. Flnn just entered a plea and accepted the goverenment’s charges and case against him. He minimially defened himself and avoided the trap during the investigative disclosure phase by fighting tooth nail about every semicolon in the charges presented by laywering up.
      His simple plea, also avoided the presentation of a major defence that would likely have been used against him, and more importantly, avoided providing the so called ‘small group’ the means to refine their operations.

      Thanks to the way the MSM covered this, Mr. Flynn only gave the ‘small group’ the impression they where winning.

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    • Yassir Sanchez says:

      Mueller has screwed up every thing he has ever touched. it was he who booted career field agents out of the upper levels of FBI Command and replaced them with politically reliable hacks.

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      • cali says:

        It’s safe to say that Mueller sees the writing on the wall and his own implication as participant in the treason by all players involved.
        Mueller has scathed for years not being held accountable for any of his own criminally corrupt and shady actions and dealings.
        One of them is his secret travel to Moscow in 2010 and right before the uranium1 sale concluded. He accepted this secret mission by none other than Hillary as SOS taking a sample of highly enriched uranium to Putin himself. Mueller is connected at the hip with Hillary for years. That secret trip has not been fully explained to this day. WikiLeaks has the email about the arranged secret trip by Hillary for Mueller.

        When it comes to Flynn little did Mueller et al know that it was a trap set and they took the bait. Together with Admiral Rogers, Rudi Guliani and other patriots in the Trump orbit engineered the call to the Hussein white house asking for permission to speak with Russian ambassador Kislak. they knew that Hussein et al would later play ignorance denying that Flynn called. Flynn met anyway with Kislak anticipating that he would

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  3. Mustang says:

    Facebook won’t let me share this

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  4. Jimmy Jack says:

    When it’s proven this whole thing was a fraud, can Flynn sue for his legal expenses and damages?

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  5. Blaine Gilless says:

    So it is official the DOJ, FBI and the Democrats don’t want the memo released because of false or misleading statements designed to discredit the Mueller’s investigation into the Trump/Russia collusion? Hmmm well then I guess we should be good little sheep and do what we are told, but wait IF the Republicans are right the bad guys are the DOJ, FBI, and Democrats. So as citizens what should we do? Bury our heads and let someone else decide whats best for us? or Demand the truth so we can decide for ourselves? Democrats say people are too dumb to understand and the scary part is I’m afraid DEMOCRATS ARE RIGHT.

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    • George Hicks says:

      A very wise co-worker Emailed me today, she stated “We have two epidemics in this country: heroin and stupidity”

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    • Stella Honeycutt says:

      If Democrats are correct then, We are to dumb to understand how and who to vote for. So Apparently the Voters are too Dumb to Vote for those running for Office. Must be the reason the Voters had voted for Obama and the rest of Presidents throughout History. That is a dumb reasoning but sounds just like The Democrats running for Office of Our Government. How do they suggest we select our officials. Dumbest thing I have ever heard.

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    • MTK says:

      I don’t think that is the main reason, why the democrats are fighting this tooth and nail, ie because the Mueller investigation’s credibility is going to be called into question.
      The credibility of the investigation will resolve its self with time. And, actually in my opinion, with what i come to learn with the help of CTH; making the Big Ugly immediately about a call to end the Meuller investigation will only allow politics to run amuck.

      Has it not become clear to all that are following this issue, Congress is follow an open letter campaign in pursuit of its OVERSIGHT mandates. This is not going to be decided by public opinion, it is going to follow and unfold through REPRESENTIVE GOVERNERANCE.

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      • Carrie2 says:

        MTK, Mueller is probably running a wee bit scared and desperate since he has a past in the FBI that was not the purist, and then to hire all ex-Clinton attorneys and run amok with his “searching” how to bump Trump was not a good idea via Rosenstein to hire him and allow the further hirings and wasting millions of dollars to find nothing.

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    • JMichael says:

      Some of those Democrats (Johnson) are so smart they are concerned about Guam’s fate of possibly capsizing because we put too many people on one island. I have no doubt that some people are too dumb to understand it (maybe I’m be one of those), but the flip side of that is that there are plenty of people that are smarter than those (Pelosi etc) that say we are too dumb. And I think the general consensus is that it’s not the DOJ or FBI that are the bad guys, but rather select individuals within those groups.

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    • Tom Plate says:

      If a person is younger than 35, the Dems are right.

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  6. Mayo says:

    Mueller has been politicized for a very long time. I think this move is a stall to see which way the wind blows once the memo is released and all underlying evidence with it. He’s in real trouble and is looking for a “back door” for himself to sneak through.

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  7. Wend says:

    No one is REALLY named Brandon von Grack!

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  8. I just love Sundance’s prose: “This whole thing is turning into a sh*t-show of epic proportions.”
    Reminds me of my 1stSGT addressing my troops when I was *somewhat* displeased!

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  9. Buckeye Ken says:

    Mueller’s trying to stay out of jail.

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  10. scott467 says:

    “This “small group” are essentially career DOJ and FBI staff lawyers behind and beside the visible names we have recently become aware of: Peter Strzok, Bruce Ohr, Lisa Page, Bill Priestap, Andrew McCabe, Sally Yates, James Baker etc.”

    ________________

    Well their names must be a matter of public record, let’s find out who they are, put a face with the names, and make ’em famous.

    Put them in the white hot spotlight.

    Add them to the graphics posted here (and copied all over the Internet) every day.

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    • Primi Pilus says:

      YES!!!!! We need to pull them from the shadows where they hide. “Unmask now”.

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    • All American Snowflake says:

      The following paragraphs reminds me of Lisa Page and Page Carter. The Deep State like to obfuscate whenever possible. Pay particular attention to the last two paragraphs.

      THE PRINCIPLE OF DUPLICATES—“TWOSIES”
      This is a deadly PSYOPS technique of planting near-duplicates as a method of creating enormous confusion. Certainly, life can and does produce coincidences of seeming similarity. But there is a knowing malefic use of this phenomenon that is done solely to confuse. It has been called a “burdensome fog” by John Gillespie.
      One vicious example in Watergate is the purported “logs” of wiretaps. The stories of the co-conspirators allude to two complete (but entirely fictional) sets of these “logs”: one set supposedly made by Alfred Baldwin, another by G. Gordon Liddy that purportedly was created to “fix” Baldwin’s set—which never existed in the first place.
      The phony “break-in” at the office of Daniel Ellsberg’s psychiatrist, Dr. Louis Fielding, and the later purported but entirely fictional “first break-in” at the Watergate were concocted to be extremely similar: both over holiday weekends, both using many of the same personnel, both having “walkie-talkie problems,” both failing to accomplish their purported (entirely false) “objectives,” and many more close similarities that one can count once the black PSYOPS techniques to generate such confusion is known.

      On the subject of Dr. Fielding, another critical example is John Dean’s assistant, Fred Fielding, whose last-name counterpart, Dr. Fielding, is so important in the “Pentagon Papers” fraud that led to Watergate, itself merely the opening act in the greater CIA fraud. It is no accident that Dean was supplied with an “assistant” whose last name was Fielding. Both Fieldings are linked to the activities of E. Howard Hunt in crucial ways. In some of the testimony, particularly Dean’s, only the last name is used repeatedly. This is a trained technique used repeatedly for maximum destruction. It is tantamount to a stun grenade every place it is used. It scatters attention off in two different directions, on two different “tracks,” widely separated in time: in this case the “Dr. Fielding” CIA op of early September 1971, and the “Fred Fielding” involvement in the other CIA op, the fraud of Hunt’s “Diem cables,” which supposedly took place in 1972—but both “Fieldings” were injected into public view at about the same time in 1973 through the testimony of John Dean.

      For now, suffice it to say that John Dean is the person whose role it was to make the “revelations” of both of these CIA operations, both involving “Fieldings” and E. Howard Hunt in some crucial way, and both designed to point away from CIA and at the White House. Dean did it when he had maximum world exposure: in the Senate Watergate hearings. Both of these “revelations” and “confessions” by Dean had world-shaking consequences.

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  11. Avi says:

    Muller is an absolute Nazi whose cousins likely were sending my family into the showers.
    the way he treated Richard Jewell et al was pure gestapo.

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  12. Willie Elbel says:

    It is a good thing Trump did not fire Mueller.
    Now that Waffen SS poster boy may be the recipient of the appropriate punishment!

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  13. nccosmiccurmudgeon says:

    Seems that Mr. Mueller’s chickens are on final approach to the roost.
    Not sure where I saw this, (CTH or American Thinker??) but there was a suggestion about each person that voted for Trump make a $400 donation to a “build the wall fund” to be held in escrow.
    Could I suggest that an additional $100 donation be made to purchase a raffle ticket to be part of the, wishfully, soon to be assembled firing squad(s)??

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  14. Balaam's Jackass says:

    Will Mueller now close his witch hunt voluntarily? If somebody fires him, the Democrat Press will scream bloody murder.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      It’s my understanding that if someone fires Mueller then someone else will take over the investigation and it will have to start over again almost from the beginning. Mueller should give up soon, might as well just wait for it.

      It’s going to be awesome when the witch hunt ends and Trump is able to govern the nation without shackles or threats.

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      • WSB says:

        Maybe this the first step to Mueller yelling, “FIRE”, shutting down his whole operation, and claiming he was fed falsities.

        The he and his attorneys walk.

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      • formerdem says:

        Yeah, due to his conflicts I wonder if he can ever bring a successful prosecution. What he might be able to achieve is persecute a lot of people and blackmail them into saying something bad about POTUS, but give Manafort credit, he hasn’t.

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  15. Gary d ames says:

    This is quite intriguing. It is, to my mind, telling that the FBI critique was not signed by anyone. This by itself greatly reduces both it’s efficacy and believability.

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  16. Paco Loco says:

    If the memo implicates Rosenstein in some manner of subterfuge with the 702 FISA request, and he is compelled to resign, then we should expect that Mueller (who must know all of the Russsia collusion was fake) will worry that he’s going to be implicated in a cover up and will terminate his investigation. Maybe then, Sessions can unrecuse himself and get all of these traitors tried and convicted.

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  17. burnett044 says:

    the word FUBAR comes to mind.

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  18. Piper77 says:

    Keep an eye on Rosenstein. If he is implicated in the memo and resigns.. he will become a witness for Mueller and find any way to get back at Trump. The Comey firing fiasco is worrying me.

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    • Oldschool says:

      You got something piper. They are currently threatening Trump, imo

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      • Piper77 says:

        The Comey firing is worrying me, I can’t deny it. Especially since there was a bit of confusion from Trump himself on the reason for canning him. That is a definite perjury trap.

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        • NC PATRIOT says:

          The President has the Constitutional authority to fire the FBI director “for any reason–or for no reason at all” said James Comey. And he is correct. The President is the Head of the Executive Branch The FBI and DOJ are in the Executive Branch. He hires them (subject to the checks and balances of Senate approval) and he can fire them.

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          • corkyboyd says:

            The FBI Director serves at the pleasure of the President. Trump should avoid saying anything that intimates firing for cause. If that happens Mueller can say the cause does not reach the proper threshold. But I am wondering if the memo delay is nothing but a charade to let Mueller reconsider continuing his investigation. If what Sundance has said in this post, Mueller could be in a heap of trouble.

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        • TexasDude says:

          Reason for firing is irrelevant. Even Comey said so to Congress.

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        • smartyjones1 says:

          Under the law; there’s not even an underlying criminal basis to question the prerogative of the Executive.

          While some are rightfully concerned about all the games being played, the end game is not an interview with the President.

          The end game is an outright implosion of the entire Russia Collusion Hoax. That means the Mueller counter intel investigation is kaput.

          Game. Set. Match.

          Then the real investigation under a new Special Counsel steps in and wreaks havoc on all the seditionists.

          We’re going right to the top folks. They screwed up Bigly. The tracks can’t covered IMHO; it’s too late.

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        • MTK says:

          We should all recall, just days before Comey was fired he held a major press conference, to describe/defend his actions regarding his reopening the hillary email investigation statements just before the election. The ensence of his statements left me with the impression he was second guessing himself openly before the American public while also stating his ‘reopening statements’ just before the election was a reasonable coarse of action, which was then followed up a day or two later with a statement that called in question his ability to head up the FBI, by trying to address, “What if he could do it all over again?” type of questions.

          Sound, familiar and likely the very reason he was Fired.

          There should be no surprise to us why the MSM, coughcough, conveniently did not put his statements to a gaggle of journalist at the press conference, he called for on a 24/7 news loop.
          It is because the MSM wanted to run with the narrative that PDJT is attempting to OBSTRUCT the Meuller investigation.

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        • D. Manny says:

          Rosenstein and Sessions gave it their blessing. The FBI can’t turn around and charge Trump for something they okayed. That’d be entrapment.

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        • No, one cannot perjure themselves unless they are under oath and testifying about something.

          President Trump has not yet been in that situation……I pray and I hope that he is smart enough to never be……

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        • cozette says:

          There was ZERO confusion about Comeys firing from President Trump. Any confusion you believe exists was manufactured by the paid liars/propogandists in the MSM.

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    • lCSmom says:

      If he is shown to be corrupt, Mueller won’t use him as a witness for anything he’ll be radioactive.

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      • libertysc2016 says:

        The folks we are up against have proven themselves to be unbound by all the constitutional and statutory limits on their power. Their allies in the media are ruthlessly dedicated to deceiving the public and undermining the Republic. They have released themselves from the limits of rationality and law.

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    • JoD says:

      Yup…
      Article popped up on my desktop from yahoo news/CNN.
      Exclusive: Trump asked Rosenstein if he was “on my team”
      That’s the BS that they’re peddling….
      BUT
      The really interesting part of the article is a background throw away.
      “DAG Rod Rosenstein visited the White House in December seeking President Donald Trump’s help. The top Justice Department official in the Russia investigation wanted Trump’s support in FIGHTING OFF DOCUMENT DEMANDS FROM HOUSE INTELLIGENCE CHAIRMAN DEVIN NUNES.”
      Oh really?

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    • OnlyInAmerica says:

      Not worried one bit.

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    • Some Old Guy says:

      …or recuses himself.

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  19. AViewFromMontana says:

    Must see Twitter thread of Saul Montes-Bradley, who pointed out McCabe’s conflicts of interest and resentment against General Flynn for his testimony against the FBI on behalf of former supervisory Special Agent Robyn Gritz, who sued the FBI for Sexual Discriminaton and won, after McCabe provided self-incriminating testimony about FBI actions. McCabe seems not the brightest bulb, but thoroughly nasty.

    This thread adds additional information to that uncovered here.

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    • Lindenlee says:

      Yes, watched her video today, quite revealing. I didn’t sense that she had an axe to grind, she was grieved over what had happened ro her bureau. I pressed. So interesting. McCabe is really dirty.

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    • churchmouse says:

      Here is the thread (Dec. 7, 2017):

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  20. Suncc49 says:

    This article is blowing up on Reddit… ovder 500 comments

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  21. calbear84 says:

    LOL let’s hope you’re just getting ahead of yourself!

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  22. Rob says:

    General Flynn was set up by the criminal cabal inside the FBI and that is now obvious! It’s not Flynn that should be brought to justice but it is the FBI who has used their law enforcement powers to interfere in American politics ever since their beloved J. Edgar Hoover the Perv began doing it during the JFK administration. It’s time to bring the people with badges to JUSTICE!!

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  23. Bill says:

    Mike Flynn was set up by a terminal animus, and politically-motivated investigative rogue unit, operating within the FBI; and against surfacing IG Horowitz evidence that FBI investigators manipulated (lied on) their FD-302 interrogation documents; and understanding those falsified 302’s were used in the Mueller/Flynn charging document…

    Then the charges made by Mueller and his team were obtained based on tainted FISA documents.

    Why is it, that Flynn’s lawyers have not force this case into the supreme court? We could rid of the unconstitutional FISA statue all together and have, the case against Flynn dismissed based on tainted authorization. Could it be Flynn’s freedom, is not as important, as the FISA Statue from the stand point of some in our govornment?

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    • smartyjones1 says:

      You can’t force anything into a court let alone a state supreme court without evidence.
      America only gets to see part of this evidence tomorrow. General Flynn’s lawyer knew bad but didn’t have the requisite evidence to make a motion against the investigation.

      Recall, they made a plea to cut the losses with legal costs. They may have timed it to the point we find ourselves today. How did General Flynn manage to pull that masterstroke off?

      He’s that good. Justice is coming.

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    • corkyboyd says:

      “Why is it, that Flynn’s lawyers have not force this case into the supreme court?”

      He simply ran out of money. He sold his house to pay and at the time it looked like Mueller might carry the day. The injustice of being accused of a federal crime is it costs a lot of money. The defendant is fighting a prosecution with unlimited resources. At worst it might mean a year in jail, or with a pardon a lost reputation.

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    • D. Manny says:

      Because the FBI was spending him into the poorhouse. They just kept investigating him, causing the lawyers to cost more and more as time went on.

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  24. Remember as a function of the DOJ the SC falls under the DOJ Inspector General

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    • ForGodandCountry says:

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      • Bill says:

        Then we have two choices:

        1 – Fire everyone at the DOJ and FBI *HQ* quick and effective.
        2 – Authorize another Special Council to investigate and correct DOJ and FBI corruption. Very slow, process.

        Inspector General can only make recommendations. Can not prosecute – who is left to prosecute?

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        • WSB says:

          The parallel one that PT set up with Saudia Arabia. See Sundance’s post from yesterday. Ryan now knows all about it.

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          • Kaco says:

            WSB, that was a speculation, for one. Also, don’t you think Pres Trump would get in trouble for the same kind of “spying on Americans” if he’s doing it through a foreign power, not unlike the UK helping the corrupt FBI, et.al.? Hopefully, it’s not the case. Honestly, I’d be more comfortable if it was Israel sharing info rather than Saudi Arabia, at least Israel is a bona fide ally.

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        • smartyjones1 says:

          The report is to Congress. I believe a criminal referral is made and then the DOJ makes the call: investigation and prosecution themselves or the Hon. AG Jeff Sessions will make the appointment.

          It’s going to be the latter.This thing has been mapped out for months. All the players know it. They are like cornered animals now. It’s all over but the screaming.

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  25. bocephusrex says:

    Is anyone concerned that Mueller is leaning on Flynn to give up something on Trump or get clobbered at sentencing……….?

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  26. Brant says:

    Fascinating verbiage used by Eric Holder in a tweet about 8 hours ago. “…………..It uses normally protected material and puts at risk our intell capabilities in order to derail a legitimate criminal investigation.”

    Notice the word, DERAIL. And on a day like today with Republicans on a train……? It might not have been a planned event, but the word could be a warning for future activities……

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  27. pam2246 says:

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  28. maiingankwe says:

    I wasn’t a yuuge fan of Flynn when I had learned he was going to work/help Erdogen. A big red flag popped up when I had read about it. However, I don’t know Flynn personally, and I know I don’t have all of the facts surrounding that topic. What I do know is Mueller and his team destroyed a man. They have cost him his character, hurt or destroyed him financially, have cost him friends and embarrassment and so forth.

    What they did to him through illegal means and knowing what they were doing was more than wrong just makes me sick to my stomach. How can one ever make up for all of that? Some heads need to roll would be a good beginning in my opinion.

    It’s scary and heartbreaking to know more than one of our government arms who are there to protect all of us citizens destroyed our faith so quickly and easily through their illegal actions. It’s going to be awhile before they can ever restore our faith, and I think a good start would be doing right by Flynn. I also think if they came out and were honest with Las Vegas shooter(s) and what really happened would be a good start as well. Let’s see what happens and how much they want to restore our beliefs in The System. Unfortunately, I don’t see us learning about what really happened in Vegas, which is to bad for them and us.

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    • MVW says:

      Erdogen is an ally. Also, I have no idea what was the assistance provided to Erdogen by Flynn. The whole story smells like a mole hunt with Flynn used as bait.

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    • Kaco says:

      “They have cost him his character, hurt or destroyed him financially, have cost him friends and embarrassment and so forth.”

      Yes, and I dont believe any of his destruction was a “4D chess” move. Those theatrical tweet threads are delusions of grandeur. I just hope justice is served for him, he gave up so much. Who would ever campaign with Pres Trump again after his entire team has been put through the ringer?

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  29. Kokanee says:

    Who holds the biggest bargaining chip in their world right now. POTUS Trump and that memo.
    DOJ and FBI do not want it to go public…. Gee… can we end the investigation and drop all charges forever?

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    • Retired USMC says:

      Bad deal..Trump would never make that deal. He’s in the power position now.

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      • Alistar says:

        Not to mention, the constitution separatation of powers. Trump while in charge of the executive branch, does NOT control the legislative or judicial. Sen Grassley, congressman Nunes are independent. Michael Horowitz, while part of the DOJ, is by policy also and independent office. Admittedly, the POTUS can us his influence as he feels necessary…but has no formal or legal power over congress, nor the courts. As Sundance wrote, “come out it will.”

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  30. LibertyONE says:

    21/1/17 : Van Grack signs Statement of Offense v. FLYNN . 1.31 18 Van Grack requests postponement of Flynn’s sentencing for 90 days . On or about 5.1.18 Van Grack signs MOTION TO DISMISS charges. WATCH the next 90 days S WILL HTF.

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  31. Fishelsea says:

    White hats fighting to save the nation. Black hats fighting to save the democrat party.
    God help us

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  32. FL_GUY says:

    I think this delay by Mueller is to avoid being in the presence of the new Judge. Remember, the original Judge was a black robed rubber stamper to anything and everything; even likely the judge who approved the fraudulently obtained FISA. Then, after being drained of his wealth, Flynn is forced by Mueller to cop a plea deal, then within a few days, Judge Rubber Stamp is thrown off the case, obviously involuntarily, and the new Judge is noted for being AGAINST government corruption. The new Judge demands to review ALL the evidence used by Mueller to force Flynn to cop a plea.

    So, the last thing Mueller wants to do is be in front of the anti-corruption Judge. Personally, I would like to see the motion denied and see Mueller’s crooked ass answering the hard questions,under oath, in front of the anti-corruption Judge.

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    • smartyjones1 says:

      The motion will not be unilaterally denied by the judge. Both parties signed on to it.
      Let it play out. It will lead to General Flynn’s vindication and likely a hearing where all the charges are dismissed against him.

      The remarks by the judge at the end of that hearing will be newsworthy.

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    • albrevin says:

      agreed. Force Mueller to move forward. He ‘s biding for time bc he has no case.

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    • Anonymous says:

      Flynn (via his attorney) agreed to the delay as well. That would not be the case if not having the delay would be better for Flynn.

      A more likely scenario is that Flynn or his attorney came up with some issues with the case and are negotiating with Mueller (who does have some weaknesses in how the work was done). In the context of that, both sides agreed to the delay.

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  33. OnlyInAmerica says:

    Sounds like President Trump’s SOTU address may have made a believer out of mangy Mueller.

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  34. Am I correct that Van Grack is complicit in bringing false charges against Flynn. Or only presenting falsified information against him and he plead because he did indeed lie?

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    • I believe that you are correct. Flynn did not even know he was under investigation, nor did he think he needed his attorney present, nor was he under oath……

      Then when the FBI threatened Flynn that they would also take his son down, Flynn caved and sacrificed himself to save his son.

      Flynn is a man’s man,,,,,Pray with me that he walks out of that court a free man……

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  35. Liked by 6 people

    • WSB says:

      I wonder if there is a queue line outside the DOJ? If so, it ain’t for Louis Vuitton handbags.

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    • joninmd22 says:

      Better to be hung as a wolf than a sheep. If things go south then those that could have done something will be stood against the wall right next to the people who did. There’ll be no middle ground to navigate.

      Just like the Attempt to kill Hitler the Gestapo treated those who knew and did nothing exactly the same as the conspirators.

      That and Donald Trump isn’t going to lose here so they’d be better off on the side of the angels anyway.

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  36. Judicial Watch Chief Investigator: FBI Is Threatening the President of the United States – Grave Threat on Constitution

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  37. MTK says:

    I am I reading into this correctly, Brandon L Van Grack, was the government’s official that signed off on the charges and plea entered by General Flynn. And now that Mr. Mueller, has acknowledge, the obvious, that matters regarding the sentencing phase do require a review before the sentencing phase are carried out. And, by agreement, Brandon L Van Grack, also acknowledges this to be reasonable to the matter of justice.
    Therefore, by agreement of the issues at hand, as opposed to a request that is agreeded to.

    In essence both mutually concur, many issues are being called in to question regarding Gen. Flnn’s plea.

    Is this what happens, when the light shines.

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  38. Buckeye Ken says:

    Schiff will hit the fan tomorrow morning.

    Liked by 5 people

  39. Buckeye Ken says:

    Q is posting now…tomorrow is the Day of Days….it’s on.
    https://qcodefag.github.io/

    Liked by 3 people

  40. Peter Rabbit says:

    The one silver lining of today’s developments is to illustrate that Wray cannot be trusted and COS Kelly, though he talks a good game, cannot be trusted either, which he has made painfully obvious via grandstanding missteps over the last two months. Wray and Kelly are both in this for themselves.

    Question: Who can our Lion really trust??

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    • Matiposa323 says:

      Only total trust in Him who is above all ….in other words , like our Lion said last night “ In God We Trust “

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    • giveadamn says:

      Maybe, unbeknownst to most, the President wasn’t even in D.C. at the time the 5 FBI Agents paid a call to the White House. Maybe Kelly met with them by default; poker face and all. Today’s little Amtrak “problem” made physical security imperative as we enter the eye of the storm. May the memo finally be released tomorrow and may God keep PDJT in the palm of his hand.

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  41. William F Buckley's Ghost says:

    Comey and McCabe turned the FBI into a third world banana republic Gestapo.

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  42. Suncc49 says:

    Too late Schiff for brains… man that guy will have a great career as a cult leader when he is done fubaring up our Government

    Liked by 1 person

    • WSB says:

      Schiff’s cellmates may not even like him.

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    • D. Manny says:

      We should call him Crazy Eyes, after the girl on Orange is the New Black.

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    • churchmouse says:

      Check out Q’s latest re Adam Schiff — important:

      https://qcodefag.github.io/

      ‘Feb 1 2018 03:39:44
      Q !UW.yye1fxo ID: 6f3736
      229941
      >>229794
      What happened @ hotel?
      [AS]
      What is [AS] attempting right now?
      Favor repaid.
      Q’

      Someone leaves this message for Q:

      ‘Feb 1 2018 03:55:26
      Anonymous ID: 4c1b8d
      230252
      >>229941
      Pedo ring human trafficking at hotel, Adam shiftys district, he knew, he’s trying to cut a deal cause he knows he’s grass.’

      Q says:

      ‘Feb 1 2018 04:00:51
      Q !UW.yye1fxo ID: 6f3736
      230358
      >>230252
      The intel just dropped is bigger than you can imagine.
      Q’

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  43. Troublemaker10 says:

    They seemed full speed ahead on the Flynn sentencing case until this new stuff leaked out about possible 302 manipulation by FBI on some cases?

    Hmmmmmmm…..

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  44. andi lee says:

    The underlying signature, Zainab N. Ahmad, keeps sparking brain matter (so, reading all publically available articles on ZNA), and still puzzled by the lack of available background information (not behind a paywall), except for, ‘The New Yorker’, article (is available online) which I found too contrived, to believe. ZNA is like a phoenix bird …

    ~Counter-terrorism expert
    ~Extradition expert
    ~Interrogation expert
    ~hostage negotiator
    ~Cyber expert
    ~Pakistani-American (Pakistani parents; born in N.Y., 03-27-1980, multiple colleges noted. 37 y.o. female, American-muslim)
    ~Wikileaks/podesta emails returns: 1

    (Perfect candidate for DOD/CIA MAVNI Project, yes?)

    The rest of Mueller’s team has a wide range of experience, noted in link, from terrorism, counter-terrorism, espionage, financial wire-fraud, RICO to whitecollar.

    Notably, all political, all Democrats:
    One endorsed by Whitewater councillor;
    One endorsed by Watergate councillor;
    One, WAS council for Clinton & also, for the Clinton Foundation;
    Two are counter-terrorism, hostage negotiator experts; flippers.
    One was on Enron council;
    Only one noted, in link below, with russian expertise.

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  45. Tommy Tunes says:

    This is what a Constitutional Crisis looks like aye ???????

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  46. FrenchNail says:

    For those of us interested in astrology, this is interesting: Astrology of the FBI and Donald Trump.

    Forget the funny hat, this guy is actually pretty good. His analysis of Comey’s and the FBI birth charts is pretty solid.

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  47. Jim says:

    the best part of all this is our democrat friends being the great thinkers they are now know the russian collusion was a hoax so their next move was obstruction of justice BUT the point they fail to understand is if Trump was obstructing the special councils russian hoax investigation which there we now know that NO crime was committed he cant be found guilty of obstructing justice because there was no crime to obstruct

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  48. TwoLaine says:

    I have been praying for the Flynn family since all this went down. Let us hope that this is the reprieve they need to gather the facts necessary to nail the coffin lid shit on whoever is repsonsible for all of the nasty, dirty tricks that were played on him.

    The whole “he could be compromised because he lied” bit fell flat from the get-go. Puh-lease. How many people in The Kenyan’s admin lied on a daily basis? I would venture to say most of them, if not all. it was all one big cover up for the Liar-in-Charge.

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