Smart Move – Flynn Lawyer Tells Judge Motive Behind Why Flynn Took Guilty Plea…

Many people have wondered why Lt. Gen Michael Flynn took the guilty plea; indeed, even his trial judge, Emmet Sullivan, posed curious questions about the agreement.  Yesterday, in a very smart move on behalf of her client, defense Attorney Sidney Powell informed the court why Mike Flynn took the guilty plea on November 30th, 2017.

Background – As part of ongoing proceedings and consideration Federal Judge Emmet Sullivan had requested a status update about the ongoing cooperation of Michael Flynn in the trial of his former business partner Bijan Rafiekian.   On September 24th Federal Judge Anthony J Trenga nullified the jury verdict against Rafiekian and tossed the case.

Flynn’s lawyer, Sidney Powell, now files a motion to update trial judge Emmet Sullivan. However, in a smart legal move, and using the jury nullification within the status report, Powell also outlined the reason why her client took a guilty plea (pdf link):

As highlighted, Michael Flynn -under pressure from Mueller’s prosecutors- signed a plea to avoid his son, Mike Flynn Jr., being indicted/accused.  As we suspected General Flynn signed a plea deal to avoid seeing his son charged with a fabricated FARA violation.

It is a smart strategy for Flynn’s defense to inform Judge Sullivan -now- of the undue pressure and threat from Mueller’s assigned prosecutor Brandon Van Grack.

First, this information will help Judge Sullivan reconcile many of the troubling aspects behind the Flynn plea.  Against ongoing defense and prosecution arguments about Brady evidence, the highlight in this short status update will not be missed; it will reconcile to the court why Flynn’s defense attorney is seeking supplemental information.

Second, the timing is smart.  Strategically the next time each party squares off in court, Judge Sullivan will have a frame of reference.  Additionally, Judge Sullivan now has the legal insight of his peer, Judge Andrew Trenga; along with the thoughts and information behind why Judge Trenga took the extraordinary step of nullifying a jury decision and dismissing the case.  The DOJ prosecutors facing Sullivan will be on egg-shells.

Mueller’s corrupt prosecutors used legally sketchy FARA violations, and threats therein, against many of their targets.  Those tenuous legal theories have now been dispatched in two separate cases: Bijan Rafiekian (Flynn Intel Group), and Greg Craig (Obama White House).  [Additionally the DOJ dropped the FARA investigation of Tony Podesta and Vin Weber for the same reasons.]

As a result of prior cases showing malicious prosecutions under false FARA pretenses, Flynn’s defense doesn’t have to try and convince Judge Sullivan that Michael Flynn and Mike Flynn Jr. were being threatened by those same heavy-handed DOJ tactics.  It is now self-evident those tactics were deployed; the prosecution would be silly to try and deny their threats were present.

This explanation to Judge Sullivan, in combination with prior judicial outcomes, creates a fulsome and self-evident picture for Sullivan to see what was taking place in the background… without defense attorney Sidney Powell having to try and explain.

It will be interesting to see how the DOJ responds to the requests from Flynn’s defense counsel for further documents.  It will also be interesting to see how the explanation for Flynn’s plea is viewed by Judge Sullivan.   Here’s the recent status report by Powell:

Hat Tip Techno-Fog for the filing.


A second expanded scope memo was issued by Rod Rosenstein to Robert Mueller on October 20th, 2017.  The transparent intent of the second scope memo was to provide Weissmann and Mueller with ammunition and authority to investigate specific targets, for specific purposes.  One of those targets was General Michael Flynn’s son, Michael Flynn Jr.

As you review the highlighted portion below, found on pages 12 and 13 of the Weissmann report, read slowly and fully absorb the intent; the corruption is blood-boiling:

Page #12 October 20th Scope Memo:

The first redaction listed under “personal privacy” is unknown. However, The second related redaction is a specific person, Michael Flynn Jr.

In combination with the October timing, the addition of Flynn Jr to the target list relates to the ongoing 2016/2017 investigation of his father, General Michael Flynn, for: (1) possible conspiracy with a foreign government; (2) unregistered lobbying; (3) materially false statements and omissions on 2017 FARA documents; and (4) lying to the FBI.

This October 20th, 2017, request from Weissmann and Mueller aligns with the time-frame were special counsel team lawyers Brandon L. Van Grack and Zainab N. Ahmad were prosecuting Michael Flynn and attempting to force him into a guilty plea

Getting Rosenstein to authorize adding Mike Flynn Jr. to the target list (scope memo) meant the special counsel could threaten General Flynn with the indictment of his son as a co-conspirator tied to the Turkish lobbying issue (which they did) if he doesn’t agree to a plea. Remember: “jointly undertaken activity“.

The October 20th, 2017, expanded scope memo authorized Mueller to start demanding records, phones, electronic devices and other evidence from Mike Flynn Jr, and provided the leverage Weissmann wanted.  After all, Mike Flynn Jr. had a four month old baby. 

The amount of twisted pressure from this corrupt team of prosecutors is sickening.  A month later, General Flynn was signing a plea agreement:

But wait, it gets worse…

~ Mike Flynn Was Under a Fraudulently Obtained FISA Title-1 Surveillance Warrant ~

{Deep Weeds} The official media account of how the intelligence community gained the transcript of incoming National Security Adviser Michael Flynn talking to Ambassador Sergey Kisliyak on December 29th, 2016, surrounds “incidental collection” as a result of contact with an agent of a foreign power. Meaning the Flynn call was picked up as the U.S. intelligence apparatus was conducting surveillance on Russian Ambassador Kisliyak.

If this version of events were accurate (it’s not), it would fall under FISA-702 collection: the lawful monitoring of a foreign agent (Kislyak) who has contact with a U.S. person (Flynn).

In order to review the identity of the U.S. person, a process called ‘unmasking’, a 702 submission must be made. That submission, the unmasking, leaves a paper/electronic trail.  In a 2017 congressional hearing, Senator Lindsey Graham asks Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates and former DNI James Clapper about this process. [Watch first 3 minutes prompted]

In the two-and-a-half years following this testimony, there was nothing that would deliver the answer as to: who unmasked General Michael Flynn?

The reason is simple, Flynn wasn’t unmasked – because Flynn was under FISC authorized active surveillance.  Here’s how we know:

♦ First, Lisa Page and Peter Strzok were watching that hearing where Senator Lindsey Graham was questioning Sally Yates and James Clapper.  As they discussed in their text messages the issue of “unmasking” is irrelevant.  “incidental collection” is the “incorrect narrative”:

The “incidental collection” is an “incorrect narrative” because the collection was not incidental.  Flynn was actively being monitored.  Flynn was under an active FISA surveillance warrant.

♦ Second, more evidence of Flynn under active surveillance is found in the Mueller report where the special prosecutor outlines that Flynn was under an active investigation prior to the phone call with Ambassador Kislyak:

Mary McCord was the Assistant Attorney General in charge of the DOJ National Security Division, after John Carlin left in October of 2016.  McCord would have signed-off on the Flynn FISA warrant, or any extension therein, throughout the Trump transition period.

[McCord was also the person who Sally Yates took with her to the White House to confront White House Counsel Don McGahn about the Flynn call and FBI interview.]

♦ Third, from the 2017 House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI), when Devin Nunes was Chairman, the four targets of the Trump campaign -under investigation throughout 2016- were outlined:

SUMMARY: ♦In real time Lisa Page and Peter Strzok were saying the “incidental contact” (unmasking) narrative was incorrect.  ♦Then Devin Nunes outlines the targets of the 2016 FBI investigation which included Flynn.  ♦Then Robert Mueller says Flynn was under investigation prior to the 12/29/16 phone call with Kislyak.

Put it all together and…. (1) There was never an unmasking request because the collection was not incidental…. (2) Because the intercept was not incidental. (3) Because the intercept was part of the FISA court granting a surveillance warrant.

The lack of incidental collection is why FISA-702 doesn’t apply; and why there’s no paper trail to an unmasking request.  The intercept was not ‘incidental‘ because the intercept was the result of direct monitoring and FISC authorized surveillance being conducted on Michael Flynn.

There are only three options:

  1. Incidental collection = unmasking request.
  2. Direct intercept / Legal = Active FISA Title-1 surveillance authority.
  3. Direct intercept / Illegal = Active surveillance without Title-1 authority.

All of the evidence from documents over the past two years indicates #2 was the status of Michael Flynn at the time of the Sergey Kislak call.

The incoming National Security Advisor of President-Elect Donald Trump was under active Title-1 FBI surveillance as granted by the FISA court.  That’s how the FBI intercepted the phone call with Sergey Kislyak and why there’s no unmasking request.

This doesn’t deal with the propriety of the FISA warrant, or the legal basis, the legal predicate that must exist prior to granting the FISA warrant.  However, accepting that Michael Flynn was under court approved surveillance reconciles all the issues.

Additionally, this would explain two more issues.  #1) President Obama warning incoming President Trump not to hire Michael Flynn as his Nat. Sec. Advisor; and #2) a very strong possibility that Flynn’s status is the redacted paragraph in the January 20th, 2016, Susan Rice memo.

At 12:15pm on January 20th, 2017, Obama’s outgoing National Security Advisor Susan Rice wrote a memo-to-self.  Many people have called this her “CYA” (cover your ass) memo, from the position that Susan Rice was protecting herself from consequences if the scheme against President Trump was discovered.  Here’s the email:

“On January 5, following a briefing by IC leadership on Russian hacking during the 2016 Presidential election, President Obama had a brief follow-on conversation with FBI Director Jim Comey and Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates in the Oval Office. Vice President Biden and I were also present.

President Obama began the conversation by stressing his continued commitment to ensuring that every aspect of this issue is handled by the Intelligence and law enforcement communities “by the book“.

The President stressed that he is not asking about, initiating or instructing anything from a law enforcement perspective. He reiterated that our law enforcement team needs to proceed as it normally would by the book.

From a national security perspective, however, President Obama said he wants to be sure that, as we engage with the incoming team, we are mindful to ascertain if there is any reason that we cannot share information fully as it relates to Russia.”

[Redacted Classified Section of Unknown length]

“The President asked Comey to inform him if anything changes in the next few weeks that should affect how we share classified information with the incoming team. Comey said he would.”

Susan Rice ~ (pdf link)

I would suggest the redacted section relates to President Trump being under FBI investigation; and/or incoming National Security Advisor Michael Flynn being under investigation and FISA surveillance.  Hence the issues with “sharing information”.

While Michael Flynn being under active FISC authorized surveillance would indicate there’s no need for unmasking of Flynn, there would be a need for unmasking of everyone else captured within the Flynn surveillance.   Hence the dozens of White House unmaskings identified by Devin Nunes in March 2017.

Additionally, Flynn being under FISA authorized surveillance still doesn’t excuse the leak -likely by Andrew McCabe- to the Washington Post about the phone contact between Flynn and Ambassador Kislyak on December 29th, 2016.

There are likely multiple FBI 302 reports on all sorts of contacts by Michael Flynn; as the FBI was conducting political surveillance under the auspices of “investigating” and updating their files.

This FBI surveillance background of Flynn would also reconcile another unusual date within the Mueller report.  An FBI 302 written on January 19th, 2017, before the Flynn interview on January 24th, 2017, about Kislyak:

Flynn was under surveillance and the FBI reports on Flynn’s surveillance did not start with the January 24, 2017, interview of Flynn – As you can see above there are FBI 302 reports that preceded it.  [h/t Techno Fog]  This aligns with Lisa Page, Peter Strzok, Mary McCord, Devin Nunes and Robert Mueller all saying Flynn was under investigation prior to the 12/29/16 Kislyak call.

If Flynn’s defense attorney Sidney Powell can get all of the material requested in her August 30th motion for evidence.  She will expose the fact that General Flynn was under a fraudulently obtained FISA Title-1 surveillance warrant.

In the 19-pages (full pdf below), Ms. Powell walks through the history of the DOJ, FBI and intelligence apparatus weaponization against Mr. Flynn and lays out the background behind everything known to have happened in 2016, 2017 through today.

From the corrupt DOJ lawyers who were working with Fusion-GPS and Chris Steele, including Mr. Weissmann, Mr. Van Grack and Ms. Zainab Ahmad; to the 2015/2016 FISA database search abuses; to the CIA and FBI operation against Flynn including Nellie Ohr; to the schemes behind the use of DOJ official Bruce Ohr; to the corrupt construct of the special counsels office selections; to the specifics within the malicious conspiracy outlined by hiding FBI interview notes of Mike Flynn,… all of it…. Is a stunning filing that many CTH readers are well prepared to understand.




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453 Responses to Smart Move – Flynn Lawyer Tells Judge Motive Behind Why Flynn Took Guilty Plea…

  1. emeraldcoaster says:

    Sidney Powell’s book “Licensed to Lie” was a great read, but I’m enjoying her recent court filings much more. Godspeed Ms. Powell!

    Liked by 8 people

    • paul says:

      So this was easy to see from the Beginning as this is how the DOJ operates at all times. Any one having been to and witnessed a federal trial would have already know this was the cause, this is how the get those guilty pleas. DOJ brings to many charges against too many people to trial them all, so they count on guilty pleas. The DOJ runs the country, if you did not know that before it is clear now, how do they do that , through the agency of the grand jury which they have stolen from the people, and the fact that they own all the judges. If you view it as a power pyramid, the prosecutors are at the top, and this might cause some heads to spin, the supreme court justices are at the bottom, i.e. least powerful.

      Liked by 2 people

  2. Somebody's Gramma says:

    For the record, SNOWDEN IS A TRAITOR. Snowden (raised up on the CIA farm) CRIPPLED global intelligence for the NSA. In the Snowden debacle you can see the CIA pitted against military intelligence (NSA). Snowden deserves what traitors deserve. Do not be misled. On the other hand, Assange is a journalist/publisher and I hope he is pardoned. But Snowden? No, he is 100% CABAL. Not that anybody gives a rat’s ass what I think. Commenting for the record.

    Liked by 4 people

  3. Spooky says:

    Maybe I’m just paranoid but am I the only one who wonders why Bill Barr’s DOJ is still trying to destroy General Flynn? Barr has the authority to put a stop to this right now yet he does nothing to reign in these corrupt, maniacal, rogue prosecutors. Barr could give Sidney Powell all the Brady material she wants with a phone call yet nothing happens except stonewalling. This fact is pretty alarming when one contemplates the implications.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Louisiana Tea Rose says:

      He MUST remain neutral, he has bigger fish frying today. This case has been tried, and lost by Mueller an Co. IT IS OVER.

      Liked by 9 people

    • Inthedark says:

      He can’t or he would be accused of doing Trump’s bidding.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Dutchman says:

        He’s is ALREADY being accused of doing “Trumps” bidding, and of being PDJT’s “Handpicked” AG, boy, did I LAUGH when I heard THAT.
        Besides, he sold himsrlf as someone who would NOT be swayed by political considerations, and would go where the facts lead.

        What your saying, that he should not intervene, to END the travesty of Justice that is the Flynn case, because it would be PERCIEVED as him helping “Trump”,…why that sounds just like allowing Political consideratoins to dictate his actions, to me!

        Liked by 3 people

        • I think Barr also knew from the get go that, whatever short term pains Flynn was going to suffer, he was going to come out a hero in the end without any interference needed on Barr’s part. Flynn’s a soldier and knows how to hold up under pressure.

          Liked by 4 people

          • Dutchman says:

            Well, Fred is still flying high,( the crow I will happily slaughter, if I am wrong about Barr) this latest news not withstanding, have seen anything concrete, spelling out Freds emminent demise.


      • dayallaxeded says:

        If he did nothing more than demand compliance with the court’s orders we’d be months ahead of where we are. Reserving judgment on Barrky.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Normally Quiet Observer says:

      Spooky … you are correct I believe. However, the very moment Barr did any of those things the Dems would have their “talking points” that “the President ordered Barr to get his friend released from all of this”. It would not make one whit of a difference that Barr was totally and completely legally justified – it would just be the optics the MSM would bury the airwaves with. I personally, can only assume that Barr is letting the whole thing run its’ course, through channels, to hamstring the Dems talking points. IMHO

      Liked by 5 people

      • Aeyrie says:

        Yes, NQO, the optics are important. We all see that the uphill slog of countering the propaganda mill is never going to stop until they are left without argument by verified facts and evidence.
        Another thing we need to keep in mind is that POTUS and the Patriots are evidently (to me) quietly paying out enough rope for the coup plotters to hang themselves with while they are comfortable thinking they are winning. The quote commonly attributed to Napoleon applies: “Never interfere with your enemy when he is in the process of destroying himself.”


    • Battleship Wisconsin says:

      General Flynn has now become a foot soldier in the lawfare battle of war President Trump is having with the Democrats and with the Deep State. Whatever outcome in this unfolding courtroom drama which can force early release of some good portion of the Sundance Sunlight Document List through Sydney Powell’s demand for access to currently classified information, but without engendering a risk of producing legally prejudicial impacts on future indictments of Spygate perps, is the outcome we should be hoping for.

      Liked by 2 people

    • SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

      Barr just stopping the case is not possible, and if he would do it, make it look like he “circumvented Justice” in a partisan fashion. General Flynn and his team are clearly working to implode the evil parts of the DOJ, the special counsel, from within. The brady material they request is directly connected to the origins of spygate.

      I notice a lot of people demanding Barr to interfere in this and that and make statements that protect Trump. This would backfire easily and make anything further coming out of the DOJ worthless in the public perception. President Trump worked hard on making a big distinction between the weaponized Obama DOJ and Trump DOJ. He can defend himself like Flynn and his attorneys can defend themselves.

      Liked by 9 people

    • bodieisland says:

      Barr does not make all decisions, they hide behind “The DOJ declines to__________. fill in the blank with, give Brady info, look for info, prosecute Comey, McCabe, etc. This is what hamstrung Sessions, the runaway DOJ train. I’ve read articles where he gave specific orders to persons X, Y, Z, and they just said NO! or “I can’t hear you….. Those people screaming at Neilsen at lunch?? came from DOJ’s Democratic Socialists of America group. It’s on tape from Project Veritas. They can’t be fired and they know it, Except POTUS just put out an EO to clean up the rules of firing. YAY!!

      Liked by 2 people

  4. Monadnock says:

    I get a certain powerful sense of calm satisfaction when I run across someone who is as solidly competent as Sidney Powell.

    Ms Powell, if I ever spot you sitting beside me on a plane, I’ll be offering you an adult beverage, my treat. Mrs Monadnock is aware of your good work, and heartily approves of this.

    Thank you for what you’re doing for Gen Flynn.

    Liked by 14 people

    • I really would like to know what ristvan think about it-Spooky..

      Liked by 1 person

      • ristvan says:

        Since you asked and I just arrived…
        There are two development as of now.

        Yesterday’s supplemental update by Ms. Powell explaining to Judge Sullivan why and how Van Grack coerced the Flynn plea by threating Flynn Jr with FARA. And Van Grack saying in court Flynn pled to a false FARA when the formal charging doc for the plea had nothing whatsoever about it, which is gross prosecutorial misconduct.

        Second is today’s Van Grack pound sand reply, which I just finished reading in its entirety. It argues (foolishly) three things:
        1. Flynn’s plea included foregoing further discovery. That is a stupid argument because they tried it before and Judge Sullivan already rejected it.
        2. Some of the Powell list of requested documents are not relevant—see the Van Grack specifics in attachment 1. The problem is, that is for Ms. Powell, NOT Van Grack, to determine. Van Grack tried that line once before, and it turned out the irrelevant documents Sullivan eventually forced them to supply WERE relevant. That fact is noted in Powell’s request to Sullivan to which this is the reply.
        3. Some of the requested documents were previously supplied. That is just an outright falsehood. One example: Sidney requested the original FBI 302, not the version McCabe revised several months later. Van Grack replied, previously supplied Pientko’s handwritten notes from the Flynn interview. BUT those ARE NOT the subsequent original formal 302 based on those notes. Van Grack is trying to hide more prosecutorial misconduct (original to later revised formal 302). Not a good look.

        IMO Judge Sullivan is not going to be a happy camper. And Sidney’s coming response to this BS (not a technical legal term, but fitting) response is going to be epic.

        Liked by 19 people

    • ..and do not forget -HUG- from all of us. We love you Ms.Sidney Powel true justice .warrior.!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Liked by 5 people

    • pacnwbel says:

      I second that statement Mr, M.

      Liked by 2 people

  5. Shyster says:

    The big picture more important question is that with Flynn under a FISA Warrant (meaning that the FISA Court found probable cause that Flynn was illegally acting on behalf of a foreign power) what plausible or half way believable excuse could the FBI/CIA or other intel agency have for not giving Trump and his campaign a defensive briefing. This is the key line of inquiry that needs to be fully and thoroughly, and I mean under oath, explored. Pushing this issue to the fullest will result in only a single conclusion. THEY WANTED TO SPY ON TRUMP AND THE ENTIRE TRUMP CAMPAIGN, THE ENTIRE TRANSITION TEAM AND ONCE IN THE WHITE HOUSE, EVERYONE FLYNN AND THE ADMINISTRATION INTERACTED WITH.

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    • Midnite says:

      Don’t forget the story Sundance ran just the other day about how they were purposely abusing FARA in order to obtain legal FISA spy warrants. When we finally get a chance to see all the unredacted FISA’s you can bet the one commonality between them will be FARA violations.
      I think at least part of the explanation for not providing a defensive briefing is covered in Susan Rice’s letter to self. That excuse will go something like this “We think DJT is a Russian asset, we think his campaign staff are Russian assets….giving a defensive briefing to possible Russian assets is against the rules, so we’re going to “go by the book” on this. I think SD was right it wasn’t so much a CYA as it was justification for all their actions before and after the election.

      Liked by 4 people

  6. Louisiana Tea Rose says:

    Barr (and Durham) is currently in the Dems crosshairs, along with Pompeo. They desperately need to dirty him up, he should leave sh!t alone that is taking care of itself.

    Liked by 4 people

  7. islandpalmtrees says:

    More leaking – How did they know? – More spying by the Intelligence Community (CIA)

    When is someone going to shut them down!

    Reports: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was on the Trump-Ukraine phone call
    Jeanine Santucci, USA TODAYPublished 7:50 p.m. ET Sept. 30, 2019

    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was one of the Trump administration officials who was in on the president’s July 25 phone call with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky, according to media reports.

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Kleen says:

    Do you want to see disinformation campaign live?

    Go to you tube, type Mike Flynn in the search box

    Nothing but MSNBC and CNN smears

    Check it out, see it for yourself.

    Liked by 1 person

  9. jus wundrin says:

    Yes, SD, very sickening. Go get em Sidney!

    Liked by 1 person

  10. TwoLaine says:

    Did Congress ever do any oversight of the corrupt cabal who got admitted abusing the FISA system? Mary McCord and team? Were they called on the carpet? Lose their pensions and livelihoods? Anything?

    Liked by 3 people

  11. warspite2 says:

    This is an excellent article. Everything has been set forth in a clear manner and the conclusions are reasonable and logical. But let’s take the next step.

    Looks to me like the DOJ/Mueller escape hatch is refusing to release Brady materials based upon “national security” concerns. They will take the hit of the Judge dismissing the case vs Flynn because they are true patriots. Yes, even though the case vs Flynn is real our heroes simply have no choice but to fall on their swords for the good of the nation. They have the media to spin the story. The MSM will paint the intrepid lawyers as akin to Davy Crockett and Jim Bowie at the Alamo. And then the same media will do everything possible to ensure the matter is quickly forgotten. Just watch…


    • Mr e-man says:

      I think Powell is putting pressure on for the government to drop the case altogether. No need to remove the guilty plea because she can demand docs they don’t want to produce.

      She probably knows there is evidence incriminating the government in these docs. The prosecution is playing a game to continue the malevolent prosecution because they need the Flynn is guilty meme to support all their illegal doings and support the Orange Man bad false narrative.

      At some point they will realize that being able to say Flynn was part of this Trump conspiracy (see, we convicted him) is not worth the exposure of relevant aspects of the coup.

      If Judge Sullivan rules that they must comply, they will drop the case and claim publicly, through their henchmen in the MSM that they didn’t want to expose national security secrets and therefore dropped the case but still claim that Flynn is guilty.

      Powell may want to expose the coup and the evil Weissmann but her first concern is getting Flynn out of trouble. So they either let Flynn off or expose the coup. In exposing the coup they will also most likely exonerate Flynn. So it is a lose-lose for them now.

      I expect the case to be dropped before they are forced to expose their corruption. Can they last through the election to maintain their lies?

      Liked by 1 person

    • willthesuevi says:

      Not sure the “general” public is buying this crap anymore. Two years ago I would have agreed with you. I am seeing a real sea change.

      Liked by 1 person

  12. dustahl says:

    Who is the head of the cabal and minions of the deep state.
    Obama? Heads of Multi National Corporations, Globalists outside the U.S. There must be a power structure of sorts.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Mr e-man says:

      George Soros is the head of the snake. By the way, his fingerprints are all over Ukraine.
      His cancerous dealings have now metastasized all over the world. Hundreds of sub groups and funding to tackle every area of resistance to his global scheme. Taking over Secretary of State positions to control elections, indoctrinating kids in schools and colleges, mass media control, politician control. etc.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Brian Colley says:

        Yeah Soros is rotten to the core going back to the second world war. But i think the CIA is the real. shadow gov. you need look no further than all the wars and countries they have taken down.I mean arms makers and dealers have to make money right. Drugs have to be delivered etc. It truly is a cabal of greed and power.


      • Joemama says:

        I believe that Soros actually works for and is funded by the banking families. He does the dirty work and takes the heat for them, so they can hide in the shadows

        Liked by 1 person

      • bodieisland says:

        It’s called The Atlantic Council, and US State dept gives our tax money to help fund them, along with Burisma, Open Society, and many more. Many names we all know are listed among their ranks.


  13. mark says:

    Sullivan will wait for Huber. He’s not been in a hurry so far and that report may bring more evidence to the case before him. jmo


  14. cali says:

    @Sundance: Thank you for putting it together for all of us as each part by the excellent attorney Sidney Powell unravels the despicable and unlawful actions by the Mueller team against a man who gave his life to serve this country!

    Their actions can only be labeled beyond despicable and hopefully the law will catch up with them and give them their long and overdue comeuppance. They earned to be disbarred and even earned to receive some jail time.
    They inflicted absolute hardship on the Flynn family who lost their home in lieu of paying the legal bills forced on them by these characters.
    It is no co-incidence that Flynn’s prior defense team either willingly allowed the railroading or they were incompetent. No matter Sidney Powell will do right by Mike Flynn.

    That is the reason I did not wanted president Trump pardon Mike Flynn because he was always innocent caught up in a web of criminal corruption and deep state determined to destroy him for the info he has on them.
    Nothing less than total exoneration is warranted, applicable and the correct outcome in the case of Mike Flynn.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Donald Whitlock says:

    I am enthusiastically awaiting the verdict and reimbursement of penalties and fees that $750 million SHOULD cover.


  16. zephyrbreeze says:

    The government ravaged General Michael Flynn and his family.

    severely damaged; devastated.

    From the French, alteration of ravine – a rush of waters
    If there is ever justice, it is only because people demand it.

    Watch and learn.
    Cold Anger.


  17. Leo colliver says:

    Flynn public comments against the way Obama was micro managing the wars doomed Flynn. Obama’s crew went after him just like they went after Rosen. Going after their families is disgusting low but effective.


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