Alan Dershowitz Discusses Tomorrow’s Flynn Sentencing Hearing…

Michael Flynn is scheduled to be sentenced tomorrow by Judge Emmet Sullivan.  Former constitutional law professor Alan Dershowitz discusses his opinion on the possibility that Judge Sullivan could throw out the case.

Mr. Dershowitz has an opinion piece today at THE HILL going over this issue – SEE HERE

The media is asking the wrong question about the Michael Flynn case. They are asking whether Flynn lied or the FBI acted improperly, as if the answers to those two questions are mutually exclusive. The possibility that both are true, in that Flynn did not tell the truth and that the FBI acted improperly, is not considered in our hyper partisan world where everyone, including the media, chooses a side and refuses to consider the chance that their side is not perfectly right and the other side not perfectly evil. Read More

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129 Responses to Alan Dershowitz Discusses Tomorrow’s Flynn Sentencing Hearing…

  1. Christine says:

    Interestingly, two indictments were revealed today In a Virginia Federal Court, against 2 former business partners of General Flynn, related to their lobbying for the Turkish Government. 🤔

    https://dailycaller.com/2018/12/17/michael-flynn-turkish-lobbying-indictment/

    Sundance has commented that General Flynn’s real problem arises from his failure to disclose his Turkish lobbying. The timing seems more than mere coincidence.

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  2. chojun says:

    I just wanted to point out that a lot of people took note that the Government did not provide the original 302 to Judge Sullivan when Sullivan ordered them to produce 302s referenced by the defense sentencing memo.

    Note that the original 302 could’ve been provided under seal. We won’t know the presence of sealed documents until more are filed and we can see a skip in the docket number.

    Some people were hopeful that the Judge would toss the case based on prosecutorial misconduct. I don’t think that will happen.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “Note that the original 302 could’ve been provided under seal.”

      That is noted by Margot Cleveland, which I posted here earlier today:

      https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/12/17/december-17th-2018-presidential-politics-trump-administration-day-697/comment-page-2/#comment-6454409

      Here’s What’s Weird About Robert Mueller’s Latest Michael Flynn Filing
      by Margot Cleveland

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      • NJF says:

        Thanks for this info. Sounds like we’re gonna be disappointed….again.

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      • chojun says:

        Thanks for the info!

        It sounds to me like barring any surprises or unforeseen circumstances in the case, Flynn will probably be sentenced. I’m hopeful that the judge lets him off with no time.

        It is quite unusual that the Judge has requested to himself see the 302s. That tells me he suspects something is amiss or that the prosecution didn’t fully comply with Brady requirements. But if the original Flynn 302 were to be found to have been altered/falsified/etc, and the Government didn’t provide that information under Brady requirements, then Mueller is dead. An altered or falsified 302 would impeach the Government’s only witness in a case of circumstantial evidence.

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        • Sugarhillhardrock says:

          I relayed on the Presidential thread that the missing 302 might be a sealed doc as it could be evidence in another prosecution. Cleveland layed out very nicely the sequence of docket entries where no document is identified in the Flynn case.

          If that proves true, Mulehead may have complied with the Sullivan order and Flynn’s plea may be accepted.

          There is much we don’t know, including why a Federal Court house had an entire floor closed from the public on Friday.

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    • BobR says:

      Flynn probably had a choice of pleading guilty to Trump administration related charge which he didn’t do and something more serious related to his lobbying

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    • Zippy says:

      On Flynn’s case, listen from 13:17. I wish Judge Sullivan would:

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    • Fake News says:

      Agree. This is just another Charlie Brown field goal attempt. And Lucy is the holder. We get our hopes up that something anything will happen and it never does. The other side keeps wracking up wins. When the hell is one person, just one, on the other side going down?

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      • chojun says:

        Note that Flynn didn’t go to trial because he took a plea agreement. So all of the Government’s evidence hasn’t been produced in court, especially not to a jury. A grand jury probably saw just enough of a cherrypicked amount of evidence to secure the indictment against Flynn. But no judge has seen it.

        …until last week. Judge Sullivan requested it. This is highly unusual and suggests that Sullivan thinks something is up. Flynn’s defense team made an effective move in their sentencing memo which forced this situation.

        The Judge is going to see the original 302 – something that originally wouldn’t have happened in this case. The 302 is suspected to suggest that the FBI didn’t think Flynn was lying – which he pleaded guilty to. This case is all founded on circumstantial evidence which is the testimony of the agents contained in the original 302.

        So although it’s *probably not* possible that the Judge holds Mueller in contempt and/or slaps them with misconduct, it’s *still* possible in my (layperson’s) opinion that the Judge will vacate Flynn’s plea when it becomes apparent that Flynn pleaded to something he’s clearly not guilty of.

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    • Chojun- Check this out.. Just filed a little while ago apparently.Copied this directly from PACER:

      MINUTE ORDER as to MICHAEL T. FLYNN. There is a strong presumption in favor of public access to judicial records. See, e.g., Nixon v. Warner Commc’ns, Inc., 435 U.S. 589, 597 (1978) (“It is clear that the courts of this country recognize a general right to inspect and copy public records and documents, including judicial records and documents.”). The government filed a redacted version of the memorandum and the FD-302, which the defendant quoted and cited in his sentencing memorandum, on the public docket. See Docket Entry 56 . Furthermore, the defendant has established good cause to file the documents, which he received from the government pursuant to a Protective Order, under seal. The Court therefore GRANTS 51 defendant’s motion for leave to file document under seal. It is ORDERED that the defendant is granted leave to file [51-1] his response to the Order of the Court under seal. Signed by Judge Emmet G. Sullivan on 12/17/2018. (lcegs3) (Entered: 12/17/2018)

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      • Leucotheahints says:

        That is what I also saw and sets the stage for PEOPLE to see Mueller is not filing the clean original 302. (Jan 24, ’17) That way the judge excoriating Mueller like he did The DOJ in the Ted Stevens case covers the Judge.

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      • stablesort says:

        “The Court therefore GRANTS 51 defendant’s motion for leave to file document under seal. It is ORDERED that the defendant is granted leave to file [51-1] his response to the Order of the Court under seal.”

        When filed under seal, doesn’t that mean that it is not made public?

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  3. Ad rem says:

    Pops….you’re not being blocked by the Tree House. Perhaps its a WP problem?

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  4. lurker2 says:

    When questioning any suspect, officials should not ask questions whose answers they already know, for the sole purpose of seeing whether the suspect will lie.

    This is Chris Wallace’s “gotcha show” MO. He’s got like 10 tapes queued up so he can zing the guest. I can hear his wobbly voice saying “But that’s not what Trump said 6 years ago…”

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  5. WRB says:

    Dershowitz makes an interesting point: lying to the FBI is not a crime if it is not material to the investigation. Obviously the FBI has the transcript, so they do not need Flynn’s testimony to what he said.

    Meanwhile, the incoming Nat’l Security Advisor Flynn, speaking “informally” to FBI agents could rightly assume that they do not have a “need to know” classified information. Thus he denies, brushes off (who knows, we do not have the original 302’s or better yet, any recording) the FBI inquiries, understanding that if they really need-to-know (i.e. have authorization), they can consult the transcripts of the foncon.

    In other words, the incoming NSA may have simply been careful not to broach classified information during an “informal” chat. He was doing his job. An these bastards pursued him to bankruptcy and incarceration.

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    • Zippy says:

      As pointed out by a recent leak mentioned in the Dan Bongino podcast today, Flynn commented in a phone conversation before the FBI interview that he suspected they already had the transcript of his call. So, why would he take the risk of lying, let alone lying about something that was perfectly legal for him to do?

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      • Zippy says:

        As Bongino has pointed out in much detail in past podcasts, Flynn knew where many skeletons were buried and had to be silenced by bankrupting prosecution/persecution.

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      • WRB says:

        You do not pass on classified information to someone unless (1) that person has the appropriate clearance; and (2) the person has a “need to know”.

        If Flynn was under the impression the FBI was, for example, investigating leaks, he was justified in not talking about classified material, it not being pertinent to the investigation.

        If Flynn knew he was being investigated (for what? the Logan Act?), he probably would have played it differently.

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        • zaq123 says:

          But, if he was under investigation for something, then the FBI would have to advise him of his Miranda rights. Not sure if that happened in this case.

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          • GB Bari says:

            It did not. They did not Mirandize Flynn, that is a major point Flynns lawyers should have made to get the case and the “evidence” (any form 302 from that January interview) thrown out. I am curious why Flynn’s lawyeres did not do that.

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            • Tall Twxan says:

              Miranda applies when a suspect is interrogated AND in custody. This is why no one should ever amswer a question a federal law enforcement asks. If one were to ask me my home address, I would say “ you can speak to my counsel.”

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            • lemmus1 says:

              iirc, Flynn was not being detained nor was he in the custody of the agents …thus no requirement to Mirandize him

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    • starfcker says:

      Democrat Dershowitz is playing his usual cat and mouse with the truth. Remember these hard facts. Flynn worked for Obama. Obama fired him. Obama warned Trump not to hire him. Trump did anyway. The Deep State moved to eliminate him. The end

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      • vikingmom says:

        It really is as simple, and as complicated, as that! Just change the names and a few details and it applies to almost everyone who has been, or is currently, under investigation.

        Thank you for so succinctly summing up the entire “Muh-Russia” farce! It would be laughable were it not so deadly serious to our country!

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  6. fleporeblog says:

    I am both excited and nervous about tomorrow.

    I really believe that the decision that comes from Judge Sullivan will determine how this all plays out. If he goes along with the charge, they are in the clear to continue unabated.

    However, if he throws the charges out on Prosecutorial Malfeasance, this entire Witch Hunt will
    be closed by the start of the New Year and a Special Counsel will be assigned to investigate the investigators.

    This one man has that much power right now!

    Liked by 4 people

    • marko says:

      who is going to close it? Barr would be the only person possible. Rudy on Fox News says that Rosenstein is still overseeing Mueller.

      Liked by 1 person

    • chojun says:

      See my reply to Fake News above. I think the case could still curl up the toes for Mueller.

      Liked by 2 people

    • El Torito says:

      I don’t think it’s a good idea to set expectations as that black or white, with all due respect to your feelings.

      Liked by 1 person

    • intercesser says:

      Sure , potentially . But so did OIG Michael Horowitz , and Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts ( Obamacare ) and former Attorney General Jeff Sessions ………….. and the list goes on . Please do not expect the Emporer’s friends to tell him that he has no clothes . It seems that we keep on expecting a Messiah to come from anywhere except from heaven . It simply strikes me as unreasonably hopeful to expect others to sacrifice them selves on the hill that we chosen for them to die on . ” This is a trustworthy saying that deserves full acceptance , that Christ Jesus came into this world to save sinners , amongst whom I am the chief . ) Start there , and you just might end up getting somewhere . Educated elites do not believe that there is any truth greater than themselves .

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    • RedWave 2020 says:

      Judge Sullivan seems to know he might be the person changing the trajectory of Mulehead’s investigation.
      I found this WSJ column where Judge Sullivan comments on Brady orders and here he implies in the Ted Stevens case that the horribly ruling was the reason for Obamacare and he doesn’t seem to pleased about it.
      https://www.wsj.com/articles/how-new-york-courts-are-keeping-prosecutors-in-line-1510953911
      “My wake-up call to the importance of Brady orders came when I presided over the deeply flawed trial of Ted Stevens, the longtime U.S. senator from Alaska. In October 2008, Stevens was nearing the end of his seventh term, and was almost certain to be re-elected, when he was found guilty of lying on Senate disclosure forms about the cost of renovations to his vacation home. Stevens’s name was tainted, and he lost re-election, altering the course of events in the Senate.”
      The last sentence seems to show his frustration.

      On one hand if there’s a judge to shut this down it may be Judge Sullivan. On the other hand, he might be worried about getting Seth Rich’d.

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    • Rynn69 says:

      IMHO the Judge will not throw out the case.

      Also, IMHO, I believe these corrupt criminals are a select few at the top levels of government agencies with tentacles spreading to various media, social tech, Congressional, Democrat party operatives, opposition research companies, and foreign actors. I believe the majority of agents in these agencies are AFRAID to come forward against these upper level corrupt officials d/t the open retaliation and Gestapo tactics being deployed.

      These agents must come forward and in great numbers as a group so that not any one could be targeted. Is their silence signifying fear? Surely these agents and government officials know that any one of them could be targeted and punished in an America with a weaponized justice system. Surely they know this.

      The truth cannot be muzzled.

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  7. fleporeblog says:

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  8. tommy says:

    Ok so the Democrats want to push socialism but also want to say Hillary lost because her message of socialism was lost to the Russian interference in the 2016 election … I am lost trying to figure out what the Democrats stand for because I didn’t hear Hillary stumping for socialism like they are now so was it the Russians or Hillary’s Message that lost them the 2016 election ???? https://disinformationreport.blob.core.windows.net/disinformation-report/NewKnowledge-Disinformation-Report-Whitepaper.pdf

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  9. Bubby says:

    What is this all about? Anyone know?

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    • Skippy says:

      1. Old English for “leave”: by (or with) your leave
      1With your permission.
      Oxford Dictionary

      2. Judge Sullivan today filed a “minute order” affirming Flynn’s motion to file his response under seal to the governments filing of redacted 301. Judge Sullivan further notes Flynn received documents under seal from the government pursuant to a Protective Order.

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      • Skippy says:

        Twitter showing today’s minute order by Judge Sullivan in full in 4th response down by fellow twitterer.
        Very nice it was provided by fellow tweeter and I thank that person (can’t copy and paste minute order as I don’t belong to Pacer.

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        • Skippy says:

          Oops forgot to give tweet address again (see 4th response) https://twitter.com/big_cases/status/1074760965059735552

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          • Dr.Jay says:

            Que?

            Dec 17, 2018

            MINUTE ORDER as to MICHAEL T. FLYNN. There is a strong presumption in favor of public access to judicial records. See, e.g., Nixon v. Warner Commc’ns, Inc., 435 U.S. 589, 597 (1978) (“It is clear that the courts of this country recognize a general right to inspect and copy public records and documents, including judicial records and documents.”). The government filed a redacted version of the memorandum and the FD-302, which the defendant quoted and cited in his sentencing memorandum, on the public docket. See Docket Entry 56 . Furthermore, the defendant has established good cause to file the documents, which he received from the government pursuant to a Protective Order, under seal. The Court therefore GRANTS 51 defendant’s motion for leave to file document under seal. It is ORDERED that the defendant is granted leave to file [51-1] his response to the Order of the Court under seal. Signed by Judge Emmet G. Sullivan on 12/17/2018. (lcegs3)

            OK, now he lost me.

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            • smartyjones1 says:

              It means Judge Sullivan allowed Mueller to file the January 302 initially under court seal.
              They did and he’s reviewed it.

              Now Judge Sullivan minutes ago told Mueller to immediately make it public and file it.
              He’s agreed to the proposed redactions. We’re going to see this really soon.

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            • He granted Flynn leave to file sealed.

              In the Marine Corps, if you are going to walk up behind a senior officer on a sidewalk, walk around him and pass him, you salute and say, ‘by your leave, sir.’ He will usually say granted, or carry on and salute back.

              You have shown respect and the ‘by your leave, sir’ means I am seeking your permission, sir.

              So the judge was saying, I grant you permission to file this sealed..

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  10. Tiffthis says:

    Because we don’t have the 302’s from January, we have no proof of a lie, even if Flynn did admit to lying later. Also, if Flynn was told that the FBI interview was official and read his Miranda rights before questioning he would have taken the questioning seriously.

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    • SmilinJackAbbott says:

      How text messages from Peter Strzok saying he’ll stop Trump don’t seem to be included in any discussions about exculpatory evidence I’ll never know. The messages show Flynn was a political target for these creeps.

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  11. markogg says:

    Another thig that occured to me. How hard would it be to get a blank 302 and back date it. Unless they are date stamped with a special FBI seal.

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    • markogg says:

      typos above sorry.

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    • ristvan says:

      Hard. Written FBI rule is that a first draft 302 must be filed into the FBI recordkeeping system within 5 days of the interview. The system date stamps according to Sidney Powell.
      There are two possibilities. 1. It was. In which case a later backdated fake is easily discovered. 2. It wasn’t. In which case all that follows is suspect. IMO either way Flynn wins and Mueller loses.

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  12. Streak 264 says:

    Send people to jail!

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  13. chojun says:

    Looks like the Court just confirmed that the Government filed the original FD-302 under seal.

    https://www.courtlistener.com/docket/6234142/united-states-v-flynn/

    If I’m reading this correctly, the defense has requested to file a response to this under seal, which request was granted.

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    • chojun says:

      The original FD-302 is document 51, it looks like it was filed after Dec 12.

      Since as of the Dec. 11 defense sentencing memorandum, the Court had not seen the original FD-302. Now the court is demanding to see the original FD-302, which was provided by the prosecution.

      This could be REALLY BAD for the prosecution’s case.

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    • lawton says:

      That appears to just pertain to the documents we are already are aware of I believe.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      Other than trying to hide government malfeasance, what possible reason would be salient to file the original Flynn 302 “under seal”?

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  14. lawton says:

    I don’t buy Mueller has filed the original 302 under seal like some people think could be the case. Why even have that 302 of interviewing Strzok 6 months later if there is no problem with the original 302. I think the rumors of McCabe making that original 302 disappear are probably true as that was going around before this even came up in this Court.

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  15. Right to reply says:

    The Podesta Group? I am sick to death of unequal justice. Trump needs to take these people down before they take him! Trump really is, America’s last hope!

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  16. SmilinJackAbbott says:

    Lots of discussions about whether Sullivan will toss the plea. None about what PDJT can do if that happens. It seems to me a toss based on bad acts by Mueller & his team of legal thugs against a 3 star general would give Trump an opportunity to do more than just let off steam with some angry tweets.

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  17. William Petty says:

    When it was reported that Sullivan had asked for documentation from Mueller, I said that nothing was going to come of it. Regretfully, I think I got that right. There is way too much at stake here and if the cat ever gets out of the bag there is no going back. The Deep Staters can’t and won’t let that happen,

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  18. bertdilbert says:

    I am wondering if the Flynn set up was nothing to do with Trump, but more that he was in counter intelligence and posed a significant threat to others in the business, including the FBI.

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    • Michelle says:

      Perhaps…since Mueller was so keen to get Flynn’s cooperation on investigations into the Turkish lobbying case.

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    • ARW says:

      I really dont think this is all that difficult…Mueller’s been investigating obstruction among all the Russian stuff. He needs Flynn to be a convicted criminal if there’s going to be an obstruction charge in his report.

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  19. WES says:

    I think it is very unwise to emotionally pin your hopes on Judge Sullivan doing the right thing.

    Sullivan is “Lucy” in Charlie Brown. In other words Sullivan is an experienced swamp judge.

    To remove the state of confusion that exists in your mind all you have to do is look at the actions Sullivan has taken and ignore what he has said. Actions speak louder than words.

    Sullivan’s past record is clear. “Lucy” will move the ball on Charlie Brown.

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    • getouttahea says:

      Yep, he’s there just to keep up appearances as though the SC is being kept in check. So far they aren’t.

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    • ristvan says:

      Disagree. Judge Sullivan was badly burned by the Senator Stevens case. Won’t letbit happen again, and the supposedly missing original 302 is likely the last straw. A 302 6 months later about the original 302 that Comey said he had read is just not a good look to Sullivan.

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      • WES says:

        Ristvan: I hope beyond hope you are 100% right and I am 100% wrong!

        What has bothered me is why Sullivan was put on the case. We know Trump does not have effective control over the DoJ nor FBI. Therefore whomever appointed Sullivan is most likely deep state/swamp. Sullivan has accepted Flynn’s guilty plea. Sullivan has quietly gone along with Mueller’s repeated sentencing delays.

        In the Stevens case Sullivan dismissed all charges against the procecutors. Sullivan also refused to dismiss the fake charges against Stevens until after Stevens had been politically destroyed.

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      • lotbusyexec says:

        Ristvan – I’m betting on you 👍

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  20. lawton says:

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/missing-flynn-document-in-mueller-file-could-rile-judge-in-sentencing-hearing

    It’s unclear whether the document exists. However, the Strzok interview file appeared to repeatedly refer to a 302 drafted after the Flynn interview. “Strzok conducted the interview and [REDACTED] was primarily responsible for taking notes and writing the FD-302,” one section said. Another said that throughout the interview, Flynn did not give any indication of deception and only hedged once, “which they documented in the 302.”

    James Trusty, a former senior Justice Department official who now works as a criminal defense attorney at Ifrah Law, predicted Sullivan would notice that the 302 submitted Friday is dated seven months after the Flynn interview took place.

    “Judge Sullivan has a well-established history of taking on discovery issues head-on,” Trusty said. “So providing a seven-month-old FBI 302 is absolutely going to be a red flag for the judge, and I can’t imagine there are not going to be questions tomorrow about whether there are contemporaneous notes, or a contemporaneous report, that is in the FBI’s possession.”
    —————————-

    Let us hope that is the case and they don’t get away with pretending it never existed because McCabe made it disappear.

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  21. Justin says:

    Okay, just as soon as Mueller charges John Kerry for acting on behalf of Iran, I’ll take these charges seriously.

    I can understand why Kerry was sent to lobby for Iran… Hillary and Obama really wanted Iran to have a nuclear weapons program, and were paid big money to help them out.

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    • Dr.Jay says:

      Kerry is also the first in many years to actually be in breach of the Logan act ….

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      • Right to reply says:

        Yes he is! The seditious little creep!

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        • I think we have to realize the plotters against Trump are all acting as if they are part of the “real” presidential administration, an extension of Obama; Obama (with still live-in Valerie Jarrett) and his pet masterspies Brennan, Clapper and Comey (the infamous fake “17 intelligence agencies” trio) put them all up to it, and they are still riding the wave, holding onto the tail of the tiger and playing to the Insane Left (Democrat) base.

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  22. trapper says:

    Yes! And Professor Dershowitz’ analysis and clear statement of the proper function of the persons employed in the criminal justice system (read DOJ/FBI) is precisely why he is the person we need as Attorney General at this point in time to put DOJ/FBI back on track, however that might need to be accomplished. Clear rules of behavior and swift consequences for their violation by Special Agents and AUSAs. Derhsowitz is the man who can impose it and enforce it. He is an outsider with no established connections. A Donald Trump for the criminal justice system.

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    • MustangBlues says:

      ”’Derhsowitz is the man who can impose it and enforce it. He is an outsider with no established connections.”’

      Ha Ha. That is really a good one. No connections!!?? He is a total liberal, lifetime.

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      • Comments like trapper’s make this whole mess appear like a game of Chutes and Ladders at best, and like herding cats (just on our side!) at worst… No depth to our bench.

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      • Chgonana539 says:

        OMG Dersh an outsider. Sorry someone is very uninformed.

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      • trapper says:

        Calm down. Think about it. He IS an outsider. A DOJ outsider. A civil rights lawyer. Yes, a liberal. A liberal who has spent his career defending the constitution and fighting prosecution abuse and overreach. He would be a cat in the corrupt canary cage. Career DOJ insiders would freak out, heads exploding, just as career uniparty globalists have been freaking out for two years over PDJT dismantling THEIR treacherous creations.

        What is another Bushie going to do to reverse course? Sessions 2.0?

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    • SteveT says:

      I have heard him criticise Democrats and even say they have committed illegal acts, but every single time when asked what the answer should be he shies away from recommending ANY action be taken against them. He will NEVER prosecute a liberal/democrat from what I have seen and heard.
      He should never get anywhere near being AG.

      SteveT

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  23. Zorro says:

    Via Mike Cernovich:

    Huge scoop. Like my other big stories (Susan Rice, security clearances, Conyers) will take media a long time to confirm.

    You know how Peter Strzok’s system didn’t back up.

    You know why?

    McCabe altered his 302 of the Flynn interview, and deleted all history of revisions.

    — Mike Cernovich 🇺🇸 (@Cernovich) February 19, 2018

    The IG knows McCabe changed Peter Strzok 302 / notes with General Flynn.

    Yet issuing a report to this effect would call thousands of FBI investigations into question.

    It’s full on freak-out mode, as no one know how to spin this.

    — Mike Cernovich 🇺🇸 (@Cernovich) February 19, 2018

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  24. smartyjones1 says:

    Judge Sullivan just ordered Mueller to release the docs filed under seal. Agrees to allow redactions but it has to be done immediately. Wow!

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  25. Zorro says:

    Why Is The FBI Muzzling The Only Person With Credibility Left in The Flynn Investigation: FBI SSA Joe Pientka III

    https://saraacarter.com/why-is-the-fbi-muzzling-the-only-person-with-credibility-left-in-the-flynn-investigation-fbi-ssa-joe-pientka-iii/#.XBgW0fmAYbI.twitter

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  26. sunnydaze says:

    Rally to “Clear Flynn Now” tomorrow in DC, before the trial and in front of the Courthouse.

    https://www.clearflynnnow.com

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