BREAKING – Pientka and Strzok Joint FBI Notes Released – Judge Sullivan Orders Mueller Team To File Public Version of Pientka FBI Interview (FD-302)…

This is interesting.  On the eve of Michael Flynn’s sentencing hearing tomorrow, judge Emmet Sullivan has ordered Robert Mueller’s office to publicly file a redacted version of  the original 302 (interview notes) that FBI Agent Joe Pientka prepared after Flynn’s Jan. 24, 2017 interview (full pdf below).

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  The FD-302 that is submitted by the Mueller team in response to the Sullivan order is here.  Written by FBI Agents Joe Pientka and Peter Strzok:

[Cloud Link to pdfSCRIBD link to pdf]

This is breaking information, analysis to follow….

It is highly unlikely any of the recent filings will modify the decision of Judge Sullivan; rather it appears to be an effort on his part to bring as much public disclosure to the forefront as possible prior to his ruling.

I’m still rather curious on whether we will ever find out why Judge Contreras, a friend of FBI agent Peter Strzok, was recused from the case immediately after accepting the plea on November 30th, 2017.

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423 Responses to BREAKING – Pientka and Strzok Joint FBI Notes Released – Judge Sullivan Orders Mueller Team To File Public Version of Pientka FBI Interview (FD-302)…

  1. jeans2nd says:

    Where are the lies by Gen Flynn in this submission? Gen Flynn was rarely, if ever, declarative in any of his statements, if these 302s are to be believed. Gen Flynn admitted there were things he did not recall.
    Where are Gen Flynn’s “lies?”

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    • Anonymous says:

      Flynn knows what he lied about, Comrade Mueller insists so!

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      • Alfred Barnes says:

        Or else why plead guilty? Prosecutors rarely overstep their bounds and even more rarely are they rebuked by presiding judges. Can’t wait for the sentencing today, hope it’s a complete exoneration. Comey came out swinging against the House Republicans after his 2nd day closed door testimony. Probably feels safe holding out until after the new Congress is sworn in. He should be sequestered.

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    • Orygun says:

      There is nothing “there”. He wasn’t being evasive and was being open about his activities. When you have corrupt judges and investigators this is what you get.
      They can hide all the evidence and make up stories in the “news” using national security and “ongoing investigation” to hide their lies from “We the People”.
      If the same bunch of criminals can hide the murder of JFK then this type of behavior is small potatoes.

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    • Rob says:

      When he said he did not recall, they called it a lie.

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  2. railer says:

    I have only quick scanned the document, but there is far too much redaction for my tastes.

    But still, you can read that Flynn was quite loquacious in the interview about the Russian guy who the FBI alleges he was lying about never speaking with. I smell a big fat rat.

    I also smell a big fat special prosecutor unleashed on those who engineered this pile of crap. This is the smoking gun. I want jail time handed out now. No wonder Comey is panicked.

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    • Marsha Frey says:

      If anyone is held accountable in this corrupt evil seditious coup – it will be because of the actions of Judge Emmet Sullivan. This judge will be sainted for his ability to stand strong in the face of adversity. He did it before in the Steven’s (Alaska) case where he overturned the verdict. Hopefully, we will see the same results here, and it will be the “unraveling” of the Mueller faux investigations. The DOJ/FBI are dead, no chance of justice coming from that part of government.

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    • tucker7518 says:

      Judge Emmet Sullivan has been asking Mueller for the exculpatory evidence on Flynn since December, 2017. He told Mueller he wasn’t going to sentence Flynn until he got it. Mueller saying he interviewed Fynn 18 times in the past year is a load of crap. This is the smoking gun. Hope Judge Emmet Sullivan dismisses this case.

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    • Phil Bacon says:

      Still not clear about the lying. What was the specific question asked? What was the specific false answer given?

      Just one! I’l accept just one.

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  3. WeThePeople2016 says:

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    • fleporeblog says:

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    • lieutenantm says:

      the case will be DISMISSED with prejudice……Flynn judged to be innocent

      Liked by 11 people

      • ezpz2 says:

        Your keyboard to His ears! 🙏🏼

        Liked by 6 people

      • stephenbaze says:

        I said the same thing and hope Sullivan not only tosses all charges, but makes an in depth statement of how the Mueller sham team has obfuscated every event and matter including Sullivans final rulings for production. The judge will now have a national platform to air his angst with these criminals publicly ! I think he will do exactly that in spades, because he is pissed and greatly offended at their hubris and arrogance. I expect Flynn will walk free tomorrow as he should and have a major lawsuit and a book to set things right.

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        • iPack says:

          Don’t hold your breath. These guys know full well what is at stake. Probably trying to find something on this judge…

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        • Christopher Johnson says:

          My dream would be that Judge Sullivan would find Mueller and his entire team in contempt of court and lock them all up for the longest possible period that would allow.

          It won’t happen, but its a dream.

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      • Hereward the Woke says:

        It certainly should be. Let’s hope Judge Sullivan is an honest man who does his job how it should be done. so far, so good!

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    • Observer says:

      What i do not understand is… How has Donald Trump managed to remain so patient?
      He has long been aware of plenty of the BS details of this coup attempt – plenty enough to fry the miscreants. He knew the left would scream if he touched any of it – and he remained extremely hands-off. He also knew the estimated timing if he let the IG and AG counter investigations complete. (The potential defendants are still blathering plenty of incriminating evidence on national TV.)
      I expect everything to mature just in time to insure President Donald J. Trump is reelected by historic margins. After all, nothing less would be acceptable to his ego. God bless his ego.

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      • magic8192 says:

        There are families being threatened, no knock raids, solitary confinement, intelligence operations to manufacture crimes, and probably a lot that we don’t know. This is a very serious coup attempt and the perpetrators are not done. PDJT is saving his Trump card until he has no other option but to play it or when it does maximum damage.

        He probably plans to release it after the special counsel report, to blunt its effect and go after these traitors. These Democrat attack dogs are used to attacking helpless Republicans, which forgive and forget, Trump is not that guy, I have seen the cold fury in his eyes. He plans to destroy these people and I am with him.

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      • tucker7518 says:

        President Trump hasn’t seemed upset about the Mueller investigation since he had the plane ride with Rod Rosenstein

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  4. Doug says:

    RELEVANT CONDENSED TIMELINE:

    On the same day (12/29/16) FLYNN SPEAKS WITH KISLIAK
    On January 14th, 2017, the content of the communication between Flynn and Kislyak was leaked to the Washington Post by an unknown entity;
    Mike Pence being hammered on January 15th, 2017, during a CBS Face the Nation interview about Trump campaign officials in contact with Russians
    ♦January 23, 2017, the day before the Flynn interview, Lisa Page says: “I can feel my heart beating harder, I’m so stressed about all the ways THIS has the potential to go fully off the rails.”
    •Tuesday January 24th – Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn was interviewed at the WH by the FBI.

    •Wednesday January 25th – The Department of Justice, National Security Division, (at this timeframe Mary McCord was head of the DOJ-NSD) – received a detailed readout from the FBI agents who had interviewed Flynn. Yates said she felt “it was important to get this information to the White House as quickly as possible.”

    •Thursday January 26th – (morning) Yates called McGahn first thing that morning to tell him she had “a very sensitive matter” that had to be discussed face to face. McGahn agreed to meet with Yates later that afternoon.

    •Thursday January 26th – (afternoon) Sally Yates traveled to the White House along with a senior member of the DOJ’s National Security Division, “who was
    Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is OK with his report: “Also, is Andy good overseeing the matter”. This was Yates’ first meeting with McGahn in his office, which also acts as a sensitive compartmented information facility (SCIF).

    ♦February 14th, 2017, text messages – here is a note about the FBI reports filed from the Flynn interview. Peter Strzok asks Lisa Page if FBI with F-302?”

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  5. WeThePeople2016 says:

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    • railer says:

      That’s only partially good. I’d rather the charges be dismissed for cause, as in investigatory and prosecutorial misconduct. That’s the holy grail here.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Yup, no time was given.
        Now, no felony record, is given.

        To make Flynn “whole”, legally and financially, Flynn needs Sullivan to say words like “Prosecutorial Misconduct”, “Misprison of Felony”, “Subornation of Perjury”, “Obstruction of Justice”, “Recomendation for Disbarrment”.

        So Flynn can make a clear case in Civil suit, against Mueller team.

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      • JustaVerb says:

        Prosecutorial misconduct from that judge will have some scathing commentary accompaniment for CNN to go twilight zone on.

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      • fragemall says:

        Bingo. railer is exactly right. Bust Muellers ass. Judge Sullivan is in the unique position of holding a large part of USA’s future in his hands. Please God, let the judge be wise, honest, and fearless.

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      • stephenbaze says:

        Agree 100% and I think that will happen and more !

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    • packysite says:

      Flynn will walk and do no time. And as luck would have it, the military police will walk in and arrest Mueller and his team. Yes that’s right I said Military Police!,

      I have a dream…..

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      • MAGADJT says:

        A ruling of no jail time is not a victory. The sentencing report from the DOJ already recommended no jail time. The only victory and justice for Flynn (and the rest of America) would be for Judge Sullivan to dismiss the case and publicly demean the tactics used to railroad Flynn.

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    • Jackson says:

      Not enough.
      Must have charges tossed.
      And a lecture from the Judge.
      And a referral to acting AG for a Special Counsel to investigate Mueller.

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  6. John Huettner says:

    So, after thirty years in federal court, let anybody tell me WTF was criminal in anything Gen’l Flynn said? Nothing, nyet, nada, banco.

    And, I am thoroughly disgusted with Andrew McCarthy asking me to “face it” that Flynn lied. Sorry, sounds to me like someone is losing their nerve and trying to catch a different wave.

    Not me, at all. The notes demonstrate exactly what the Judge Sullivan wanted – desperately in my mind – for all of us to see: Flynn did not “lie”, at most he was inaccurate; at worst, he was being “diplomatic”.

    When our government begins sending political appointees to prison, then we’re at that “Reichstag Fire” phase. Period.

    I’m tired of it. No use being a lawyer when the law means nothing to those it was meant to protect.

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  7. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  8. Julia Adams says:

    “Pursuant to the Court’s Minute Order dated today, the government hereby files two redacted versions of the FD-302 report summarizing the FBI’s interview of the defendant on January 24, 2017. See Attachment. The content of both versions of the report is identical, except that the first version, which was digitally signed and certified in February 2017, inadvertently contained a header labeled “DRAFT DOCUMENT/DELIBERATIVE MATERIAL.” Once that error was recognized, the header was removed and a corrected version, omitting only the header, was re- signed and re-certified in May 2017.”

    What is going on? What are we missing here?

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  9. ATheoK says:

    “The content of both versions of the report is identical, except that the first version, which was digitally signed and certified in February 2017, inadvertently contained a header labeled “DRAFT DOCUMENT/DELIBERATIVE MATERIAL.”

    Six months between versions and the documents are identical?
    Not a single word change?
    And the original is marked “Draft”? That is not an accident! That document was intentionally circulated for editing purposes

    I suggest that IT Forensic experts dissect that alleged digital signature. I would not be surprised that the FBI have hacked the RSA digital code so they can edit and change allegedly digitally signed documents anytime.

    Hacked and fudged by the evil FBI and Mueller.

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  10. bulwarker says:

    I don’t see this as a good sign. It’s just the feeling I get when watching this all play out: the slow roll and building anticipation, and everything hinging on one man. I believe the judge is putting it “all” out there prior to giving an unfavorable (for Flynn/our side) ruling. Or maybe we’ve just been burned so much that it’s hard to believe justice can prevail.

    Liked by 11 people

    • Dutchman says:

      “I’ll never fall in love again!”
      I UNDERSTAND, but I’m an incurable romantic!

      Liked by 5 people

    • Linus in W.PA. says:

      I know how you feel.

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    • Heika says:

      Yes, I know what you mean. The stink is coming from the possibilities of the judge trying to take some of the heat off himself by sharing the ‘dodgy load’. Again like you, this is based on a deeply engraved sense of cynicism we have come to expect around any possibility of true justice. We have been here before … and we have been speared before. That rug in the main foyer – that the cleaners keep on sweeping everything under is looking more like a giant mound of elephant in the room

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    • bulwarker, I share your exact same sentiments and frankly am fully prepared to hear that General Flynn has been found guilty.

      IF, Now If, he is NOT found guilty then should we take that as a sign that the tide is turning? I guess in less than 24 hours we will know if it is going to be repeat of past 18-24 months history of the dems side skating with all their illegal shenanigans and our guys going to slammer for much lesser or no crime or that there is at least one judge who can see what this is all about and rule accordingly.

      Next 24 hours are really interesting to say the least. Either we will see President Trump’s tweet ending with “SAD!” or something with a happy note.

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    • ezpz2 says:

      Bulwarker, I share your feeling. ‘Past is prologue.’

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      • fragemall says:

        I’m praying for the best but so gunshy…disappointments are so frequent and I think what might have been. Never has any one man worked harder than President Trump and it just honks me off to see these self serving rinos thwart his every move.

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    • Will Hunt says:

      bw.. I’m with you. Zero confidence that anything tide changing will happen here and i have enormous confidence in the stealth, strength and deceptiveness of the forces arrayed against Flynn and American patriots.

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  11. Timmmmmmmmmm says:

    Look like a few gray areas….

    Probably they have his cell phone connectivity in DR, and could circle back on this as evidence that he wasn’t truthful. They did have other stuff on him too from the sounds of this. I doubt that the cause gets tossed, but there is reason why Flynn isn’t getting jail time.

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  12. Never underestimate the power of the Dark Side of the Force.

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  13. Julia Adams says:

    Reading that letter left me with the impression that Mueller and his team are the US government. They are behaving like they are more powerful than Trump. If Judge Sullivan does not disapprove of the prosecution of the Flynn case and rebuke any thing beyond a light sentence to which the prosecution already agreed…the result is we no longer have an equal justice system under the law for all. What we have is a system–one in which political enemies of the deep state will continue to be targets having committed no crimes while the Democrats skate and get off Scott free.

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  14. Bogeyfree says:

    Could it be a trap for Mueller by Judge Sullivan?

    Meaning could Sullivan already has an unredacted copy of the Jan 302 or maybe a redacted copy of the original Jan 302 and he wants to see if the Jan 302 document Mueller files matches exactly his version?

    For example assuming Sullivan has a copy of the original Jan document, do both documents start and stop their sentences at the same place?

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  15. Linus in W.PA. says:

    Like SD mentions, maybe Judge Sullivan knows how and why Contreras was recused.

    Maybe he has to let out some bread crumbs…

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  16. Hurrican hunter says:

    What irks me– I can not see any reason Flynn would be obligated to be truthful with these 2 FBI agents.

    The FBI has no business interrogating an appointed National Security official about foreign policy. As far as I am concerned– the FBI has no business questioning official policy decisions being contemplated or made by an incoming administration. If I were Flynn, my sentiment would be that 2 FBI agents don’t have a “need to know” the answers to the questions that they are asking– so I would be obtuse in my answers.

    Serious question– Why are the FBI agents even asking these questions? The FBI’s duty is to provide information to policy makers– not browbeat policy makers about potential policy. I am very uncomfortable with the idea that :
    1. FBI agents even have transcripts or phone calls of policy makers.
    2. The FBI feels entitled to interject itself and question potentially policy decisions
    3. Use the force of law as a threat when questioning policy makers.

    As far as I am concerned– the conversations between Flynn and Kislyak were setting the groundwork for the incoming administration’s foreign policy; did not concern the FBI in any way, and Flynn had no duty to discuss or even be honest with these 2 agents cause, quite simply, they did not “need to know”.

    Seriously– This is truly disgusting. Why are these questions even being asked? Establishing a foreign policy or a relationship with a foreign dignitary is not a crime worthy of investigation.

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    • starfcker says:

      Great post, HH

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    • mark says:

      Because they were sent in to deliberately entrap Flynn by corrupt liar comey. They violated all procedures that the FBI is supposed to follow and comey even admitted this. Since the had a transcript of what Flynn said….why did they even need to question him except to try to get him on lying charge?

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      • Pyrran says:

        And in this latest 302, it says they advised Flynn of the nature of the conversation. So McCabe didn’t call Flynn and tell him he didn’t need a lawyer? Doesn’t sound to me like Flynn was advised of anything. This is a total setup.

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    • Johnny says:

      Very well stated. I agree they had absolutely No Need to Know

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    • Amy2 says:

      Excellent points HH. What business is it of the FBI, even if Flynn was discussing sanctions. Those are policy decisions. Do they have a recording of Kislyak saying, “hey we did you a solid getting Trump elected (don’t worry, we did such a good job, there won’t be any evidence) so when can you get the president to lift the sanctions?”

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    • AModerateMan says:

      Those were my thoughts as well Hurricane hunter. But, Flynn took the bait.. he should have said to those two agents… “this is none of your business, over there is the door, have a good day.”

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    • G. Alistar says:

      Not sure, maybe related to Strozk who was Comey and McCabe’s point man of going easy of Hillary, Strozk was also the point man here for the apparent set up of LTG Flynn during the FBI interview and lastly was hired/worked for SC Mueller until the DoJ inspector General spilled the beans on his corruption(I.e., the Strozk/Page texts).

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    • Hurricane- we have been living in a Police State for quite some time. Often we forget it as we go about our lives. But that is the truth.

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    • poodle12 says:

      The big idea was that the IC had serious reason to believe that the Russians were interfering in our election (I know, I know) so the Obama administration had to keep the incoming administration in the dark and investigate the Trump team, yada yada. Right? Right?! Do I need to add /sarc? I think not. Oh, I forgot: By the book, also.

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      • steph_gray says:

        That sounds like it matches the fake-news narrative, given hindsight.

        But when this happened, there was not yet any actual investigation – was there?

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    • steph_gray says:

      This is actually the root question.

      They had no logical real-world reason to be there.

      Any lurking lawyers on CTH who can posit a possible legal reason?

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    • Ken says:

      It’s not that this was “a crime not worthy of investigation”……… it was NOT a crime at all.

      Essentially, the FBI went in to talk about some mundane topic that they KNEW was perfectly legal with the purpose to get an answer that didn’t align perfectly with the transcript. The FBI needed to create a crime.

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  17. Heika says:

    I can hear a ‘vacuum cleaner sucking hard, a mop furiously swishing away blood, a toilet and scrubbing brush frantically lathering with bleach’, and a Mueller

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  18. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  19. GB Bari says:

    I cannot add anything to what others have already posted. I agree that the redactions once again make it virtually impossible to get any new information from these documents. I have come to hate the word “redacted.”

    On a side note. Been reading about everyone’s getting invested in Judge Sullivan’s verdicts and declarations on this case.

    Has the MSM started publishing anonymous allegations that Judge Sullivan had an illicit affair in his past? Maybe he knew Stormy? Maybe he knew someone in this case?

    I hope not but I kid you not.

    If the judge is about the blow the Mueller fraud wide open I would expect some Deep State character assassination shenanigans to coincidentally occur.

    Lordy, I do hope I am very wrong.

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  20. Johnny says:

    People you are privy to history right here. Never before has the seditious, criminal, and unethical procedures our government has been using against we the people for the last 50 years.

    Just think of all the people in prison right now because they refused to do a deal with Criminal DOJ and FBI. They most likely did not even have the resources to fight that General Flynn had till he went broke.

    How many have our government done this way? I want to know. Now we must throw out all cases.

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  21. Robster says:

    What’s missing? I’ll tell you what’s missing! Evidence in the 302’s of the claimed motive for even having the interview.

    Congressional testimony from Yates, Comey et al claimed the motive was they became aware Flynn had been lying to VP Pence about his contacts with Russia. Yates and Comey testified the nature of the lies would cause Flynn to be compromised because the Russians knew he was lying.

    Nowhere in the multiple 302’s is Flynn questioned about any conversations he had with VP Pence or the nature of those conversations. Flynn was never asked if he had lied to the VP.

    Remember the testimony under oath given by Yates and Comey was that this was the basis for interviewing Flynn.

    Why was he never asked about it?

    Because it wasn’t the motive, it was the excuse for the trap.

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  22. Julia Adams says:

    Gee, Brennan, Holder and Comey are noticeably quiet this evening. Hmm…

    Liked by 1 person

    • G. Alistar says:

      As are all the democrat pundits…..a common form of bias, look and listen to only those ideas, evidence and facts that support you preconceived notions. Confirmation bias…. critical thinking 101.

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    • Hereward the Woke says:

      They are in a team huddle. Can you imagine how hot the air waves are with all those texts going back and forward between Obama, HRC, ValJar, Brennan…..

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  23. Linus in W.PA. says:

    We need the recording of the call with Kislyak.

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  24. Lulu says:

    Flynn was not aware he was talking to the FBI as a result of an investigation of him.
    We are told that lying to the FBI is a federal crime. So, if someone talks an FBI agent EVERYTHING must be the truth!!!!

    Does this apply to all situations? Can a spouse of an FBI agent tell a “white lie” and not be charged? Where does this end?

    If I tell Agent Strozk that I think he’s the greatest thing since sliced bread, but then I tell Agent Pientka separately that I hate Strozk, can I be charged with a crime?

    Also, why do these USA FBI agents have such Russian-sounding names? What’s up with that???

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    • Johnny says:

      Get em Lulu. You are right on the money. The FBI thinks they are GODS. I do believe the One True God just might have a problem with the whole bunch of criminals

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    • spoogels says:

      So then does one have to tell the FBI a state secret if they come to interrogate you?
      Many FBI agents have been double agents
      McCabe is suspect himself.
      He had a lot of dealings with Russia which he kept from the rest of the FBI
      And the Iran and Levinson thing
      Was McCabe friendly with Kislyak and did he get Kislyak to set Flynn up?
      Ask True Pundit. he had it on his website
      You wont find it via Google because I tried looking. Unfortunately I have been banned from Twitter

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    • Hereward the Woke says:

      If I was a good guy working at the FBI (yeah, yeah, I know!), I wouldn’t have a conversation at the water cooler without my lawyer present.

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  25. linda4298 says:

    https://pjmedia.com/michaelledeen/michael-flynns-ordeal-and-ours/ I’ve been told, I believe reliably, that General Flynn had either ordered, or intended to order, a full accounting of decades of intelligence community malfeasance. This was likely to reveal vast sums of money that were never spent to carry out the missions for which they were appropriated. This would have intensified the IC’s desire to get rid of him.

    Then there is the Robyn Gritz scandal. Ms Gritz is a decorated retired FBI agent, who worked the counterterrorism beat, with laudable results. Then she found that she’d been singled out for harsh treatment. She filed a sexual discrimination suit, and the bureau—think Comey and McCabe—poured it on. Flynn, who had worked with Gritz, voluntarily wrote a letter to the court that attested to her high moral and ethical standards. No doubt the men atop the bureau feared Flynn might testify against their judgment, providing yet another motive to go after him.

    In short, we need to know a lot more, but what we do know paints a very ugly picture of an FBI that makes up stories to fit their current political dreams, whether just to get rid of General Flynn, or to thwart Trump’s election, or to somehow get him out of the White House. The bureau acts as if it has a lot to hide, and I hope that Judge Sullivan knows the details, or will know them when he pronounces sentence.

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  26. Yy4u says:

    I heard Mark Steyn on radio today say something no one else has said. That as a general and former head of NSA, general Flynn was used to talking to FBI agents and briefing them. He had no way of knowing they were setting him up…would not be suspicious. Up until this happened WHO could believe this could happen in the USA? I certainly had no idea. Did anyone here conceive of zo MANY corrupt individuals in FBI and DOJ?

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    • AModerateMan says:

      Flynn needed to be suspicious and he was not. He knew Obama’s administration did not like him… his mistake was he trusted the deep state…he took the bait. He should have said my conversations are none of you business and shown them the door.

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    • smartyjones1 says:

      Gen. Flynn was the head of DCI. In that position and his three-decade career, he interfaced and worked to aid law enforcement across entire agencies: FBI, DOJ, Homeland Security, the entire gamut.

      Missing from this obvious forged submission is the details how he looked upon the FBI agents visiting as allies and offered to take them on a limited West Wing tour near his office.

      Gen. Flynn didn’t even think that he was the subject of any investigation. He was merely clarifying some general sentiments and clearly not lying about anything as he couched some of his answers as not being sure.

      The Russia Collusion Hoax Mueller team put this guy through the wringer for a single solitary reason. Keep the hoax going in the DNC Media and get closer to overthrowing President Trump.

      The insurance policy.

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  27. Elle says:

    God has a sense of humor and karma is a female canine. The 302’s are the 8 1/2 missing seconds on the NIxon tapes. What goes around comes. These guys are completely screwed. She wasn’t supposed to lose.

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    • Elle says:

      in fact, I would not be surprised if SHE is the one who offered up her little black book so she could walk free. And quite honestly, I’m okay if the sycophant minions do her time. Without them, she is nothing.

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      • Elle says:

        Such a great twist to the end of the story. She is the one who gives it up for her freedom. The woods my ash. And why not? _Obama stole the election that was HERS!! She has to hate him way more than Trump. At this point, what has she got to lose anyway? Maybe she’d even be happy to see Bill get his comeuppance. who knows…

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    • dogsrule says:

      I’m praying the judge throws the book at them. If he does, all the super smart ivy educated liberals I know (who don’t know anything about what is going on here at all) are going to have collective splody heads. I’ll have a big smile on my face. 🙂 Praying…….

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    • sunnydaze says:

      Oh Elle, this would be the biggest hoot of all time if your scenario was to ever come true! I just love it!

      Everyone set up and f*cked by Ms. Hillary? hahahhahaha!!!!

      And you’re right of course about Obama vs. Hillary. She probably hates him more than anyone. That’s one woman who, I bet, can really hold a grudge!

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  28. LibertyONE says:

    Maybe( I doubt it) according to MULEer’s office ” The content of both reports is identical”, BUT the type reflected on the reports are NOT! On pages 1,2 &3 of the Jan. 24, 2017 FBI 302 show a DIFFERENT type on pages 4 &5 of this report. The 5 pages of the May 31, 2017 FBI 302 show the same type as pages 1,2 & 3 of the Jan 302 report. I smell a BIG fat rat!

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  29. John Doe says:

    Succinctly put….

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  30. franz dorn says:

    I despise Mueller.
    Having said that, the judge was probably dispelling the notion, and what was apparent from the record, that Mueller was in contempt of court, when this was really the fault of the judge, both parties, and the clerk’s secret docketing system.
    If I am right, this should never happen again.
    I hope Flynn prevails.

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  31. franz dorn says:

    I despise Mueller.
    Having said that, the judge was probably dispelling the notion, and what was apparent from the record, that Mueller was in contempt of court, when this was really the fault of the judge, both parties, and the clerk’s secret docketing system.
    If I am right, this should never happen again.
    I hope Flynn prevails.

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  32. The judge should call Rob.M.II to explore III’s childhood.

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  33. WES says:

    I still remain very skeptical that this move by judge Sullivan is just more talk to be followed tomorrow by actions that will create confusion because his seemingly tough talk isn’t backed up by his actions.

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    • Leucotheahints says:

      This Judge got aggressive when the Ted Stevens prosecution hid evidence. This Judge also knows information about this “matter” which we have not seen mentioned on discussion blogs.

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  34. Vor Daj says:

    I hope Judge Sullivan saw the movie “Purgatory”.

    This green politician comes along, willing to risk everything he has for the country he loves. No thought to himself. Kind of gets a man thinking.

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  35. Julia Adams says:

    What if Judge Sullivan is laying pipe for three things to happen?

    1. A No jail-time ‘get out of jail free card’ outcome for Flynn
    2. An undermining of the obstruction of justice claims for firing Comey.
    3. Preparing the way for Trump to pardon Flynn and clear his name.

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  36. MaineCoon says:

    “I’m still rather curious on whether we will ever find out why Judge Contreras, a friend of FBI agent Peter Strzok, was recused from the case immediately after accepting the plea on November 30th, 2017.”

    Indeed. Another piece of the puzzle that is missing. Another for me is the second memo in full by Rosey giving Mueller the scope of his investigation. Everyone screams about the extent of the investigation but the RINOs didn’t get the unredacted version of the instructions indicating the scope. Why not?

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  37. JoD says:

    Judge Sullivan would have to have some serious hair on his ass to stand up against the forces that have aligned to destroy this country. He must know that any meaningful pushback will result in the “Mob” swooping in on him with hammer and sickle.
    A dwindling number of patriots are not-so-patiently waiting for some sign that “Justice” isn’t dead.
    God speed, Judge Sullivan.

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  38. HB says:

    Jail time might be the safest way for Comey and company to stay alive. There are plenty of blood thirsty folks in this country that would take great pleasure in administering some torture to these crooks.

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  39. Bryan Alexander says:

    My opinion/guess/prediction. Judge Sullivan will allow the Flynn plea to go through.

    The charge for lying is completely ridiculous. Every politician in Washington would get convicted of lying if this is the standard used for lying Hillary Clinton would get 97 consecutive life terms if she was judged as strictly as Flynn.

    Flynn pled guilty to a non-crime to get off on some actual bad decisions re: lobbying.

    What these documents make clear is that the ENTIRE “Russia Collusion” narrative is a completely fraudulent fairy-tale that the media continues to regurgitate at the whim of Mueller and the Democrat Deep State players. The ENTIRE Flynn Saga has ZERO, Z*E*R*O, to do with any Russian Collusion.

    Mueller’s entire existence as a special counsel is to take a fine-toothed comb and go through the lives of everyone associated with the Trump Administration looking for any possible crime, and then frame them in such a way as to embarrass President Trump and keep the “Russia Collusion” narrative alive in the media.

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  40. Sayit2016 says:

    Here’s the reality of the situation, I do not believe the word coming out of the FBI or DOJ at this point.

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  41. TMonroe says:

    “I’m still rather curious on whether we will ever find out why Judge Contreras, a friend of FBI agent Peter Strzok, was recused from the case immediately after accepting the plea on November 30th, 2017.”

    Perhaps when the Kennedy files come out, say around the year 3000

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  42. magagal says:

    Per Mueller’s footnote, https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/wp-content/uploads/DuZ3aG9V4AAV3dy.jpg, Pientka was responsible for taking the notes and writing the 302. The one dated in February, wasn’t the original 302. My guess is Pientka wouldn’t change his report, so Strzok wrote it up later in February to frame Flynn after getting the go ahead from McCabe, per the texts.

    Another thing to ponder, since we all suspect the White House was bugged, perhaps too was Flynn’s office. Who knows if maybe this interview was recorded by Flynn, especially since he was all too eager to show them around. Tomorrow could get very interesting.

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  43. Him Too. 2003 thru 2009. Family was Flynned. Kavanaughed. Railroaded in Fla. The BAR. WH has it.
    Fl. BAR MAFIA watch out bitches !

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  44. Zabadak says:

    If President Trumps knows “everything” and has access to “everything”, how does the judge not dismiss with prejudice and call out Mueller and his team? Judge Sullivan has to know that PT can and will expose whatever he has, whenever he has to, either because he finally is forced to or he determines it is time to act. The sign posts are telling us that we are rapidly approaching the cross roads.

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  45. Chilidog says:

    It seems like a real long shot that the charges will be dismissed. Sullivan is demanding the release of these documents, not Flynn. If at the end of the day, Flynn pleads guilty and doesn’t make the charge that he was coerced to make such a plea, than how does it get thrown out? Everybody keeps citing the Ted Stevens case, but as far as I know he didn’t plead guilty.

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    • I agree with Chilidog.
      The judge can also dismiss sua sponte on a pure, clearcut, lack of jurisdsiction.
      I ultimately question the jurisdiction of the SC but this is not clearcut. The court could order the parties to brief the issue.
      It could be argued that pleading to a non- crime is jurisdictional, but it is more of a due process fundamental right matter and not purely juridictional, and the non crime issue is not clearcut. Flynn needs to plead it and establish it.

      The Judge could have some fun asking the parties jurisdictional questions. E.g. Mr. piss-ant attorney for the SC, if I find there was no crime to support the plea, wouldn’t I lack subject matter jurisdiction?

      Not only has Flynn not requested relief, he may not want it. The judge has no power to enjoin Mueller on other charges and cannot protect Flynn. If the judge is going to act sua sponte, ethically he has to weigh this.

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  46. ATthispointwhatdifferencedoesitmake says:

    Sullivan is raking Flynn over the coals and it does not look good.
    It appears the guilty plea was to get out of the Turkish mess and he was cooperating to indict the other Turkey players.

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  47. zozz1 says:

    Caution as to expectations of Judge Sullivan’s actions was certainly warranted. Not only did he not fulfill our hopes, he pretty much smacked Flynn down for Flynn’s actions. I am not really surprised, because at every turn in this entire mess, those we thought would soon be languishing in jail have received no jail time…barely a slap on the wrist, if even that. In this murkey business, it is best to have no predictions….just take it as it comes. It may be a very long play…..

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  48. Sidney Powell says:

    I have looked at this multiple times and I remain convinced this is NOT the original 302. Pietka was the one taking notes and would have drafted the 302. It would have been dated by the 25th at the latest. This was in February. They are playing games, hiding the original, hiding Pietka, and hiding his notes. There is a LOT they are hiding. Mueller IS the “insurance policy.” We are witnessing the greatest abuses of power and politicization of prosecutions in the history of the nation.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      You are not alone in this opinion, ma’am. Thank you so much for continuing to point this – and other things – out concerning DOJ/FBI corruption. You are appreciated more than you know.

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