Bill Barr DOJ Recommends Prison For Michael Flynn…

Unfortunately we anticipated the DOJ reversing their prior sentencing recommendations for Michael Flynn and that’s exactly what has happened.

In the 2018 sentencing recommendations prosecutors recommended probation. However following Flynn’s unsuccessful effort to access material evidence favorable to his defense, federal prosecutors under U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr are now requesting Michael Flynn be sent to prison for a sentence of up to six months.

(pdf Link – full DOJ sentencing recommendation)

Flynn is scheduled to be sentenced by Judge Emmet Sullivan on Jan. 28, 2020.

The irony here is the DOJ used the threat of FARA charges to compel the guilty plea.  The DOJ then went after Flynn’s former partner Bijan Rafiekian on those exact FARA charges Flynn plead guilty to avoid.  Mr. Rafiekian’s sketchy DOJ conviction was overturned and the indictment against him dismissed in September by a federal judge who said there was insufficient evidence to sustain the case.

The case against Rafiekian was dismissed. However, the case against Flynn, which was based on Flynn’s effort to avoid the case against Rafiekian, will likely see Flynn serving prison time.  No prison for Rafiekian, and prison for Flynn.  Go figure.

Here’s the DOJ Sentencing Memo:

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524 Responses to Bill Barr DOJ Recommends Prison For Michael Flynn…

  1. jbowen82 says:

    Mike Flynn has done tougher deployments in his life than 6 months in federal lockup. He’ll have the opportunity to write and he’ll be a very high-visibility guest of the federal corrections system. It won’t exactly be Goodfellas, but it could be a lot worse.

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    • Julian says:

      “He’ll be a very high-visibility guest of the federal corrections system.”

      You mean like Jeffrey Epstein? Another guest at the Barr Hotel.

      Do you think Barr will give him the same treatment?

      Liked by 5 people

      • jbowen82 says:

        Doubtful. Flynn’s a bit tougher character, too.

        Liked by 4 people

      • jello333 says:

        This is getting ridiculous.

        “You mean like Jeffrey Epstein? Another guest at the Barr Hotel. Do you think Barr will give him the same treatment?”

        Yeah, Barr is evil personified. And Durham too… of course he’s part of the cabal too. Yeah…

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        • RC23321 says:

          Well….yeah, they are. Barr isn’t doing ANYTHING to the Deep State scumbags even with open and shut cases like McCabe while going after Patriots like Flynn with guns blazing and some of you STILL think he’s on our side. Come on now….

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      • kcockroft says:

        Yes and no one will help him(he is broke),Then they will come for Roger Stone and then us. Makes me wonder who Trump really is.

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    • Garavaglia says:

      People die in federal prison.

      Liked by 1 person

    • lftpm says:

      The DOJ is arguing that Flynn did not fulfill all his obligations under the plea agreement, causing the DOJ to revise its sentencing recommendation. But Flynn made the agreement under the DOJ’s promise to recommend the minimum sentencing under the guidelines. In essence one party is claiming that the other failed to fulfill its contractual obligation, so it is changing its recommendation for sentencing.

      it looks like reasonable grounds for Sydney to move for a declaration of an invalid plea agreement, and proceeding to trial. If Sullivan refuses this, it should set up an appeal. Yes, normally a plea agreement’s defendant waives right of appeal, but here, the original minimum-punishment proffer by the DOJ was retroactively withdrawn by them, so there is no binding plea agreement.

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      • jbowen82 says:

        That might have been a reasonable argument before he went before the judge and the judge tried every way he could to get him to withdraw the guilty plea. It’s going to be really hard now to go in and tell the judge he changed his mind.

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        • PMadison says:

          He changed his mind on advice of new legal counsel that isn’t corrupt. Makes a difference.

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          • jbowen82 says:

            No, he has never withdrawn his guilty plea. He hasn’t changed his mind. Maybe he will at some point, but right now we are in the sentencing Phase and as far as the law is concerned he’s guilty.

            Understand that I think this is a travesty – the big picture is that Weissman targeted his son in order to get him to manufacture evidence against PDT like Cohen. He took the least bad alternative under the circumstances. But he took it.

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        • Bob Parker says:

          At the risk of over-simplification, now that the IG report PROVES that ALL of the FISAs were illegally obtained, doesn’t that make ALL of the alleged “evidence”, confessions, & whatever the hell else the Fed DOJ wants to throw @ the TRUMP SUPPORTERS NULL & VOID??

          Can SOMEONE PLEASE EXPLAIN how this absolute TRAVESTY of justice is being allowed to proceed forward against General Flynn?

          And shouldn’t Mr Manafort be IMMEDIATELY FREED FROM JAIL as yet another result of the IG report.

          What the HELL am I missiing here & where the HELL is AG BARR, & yes, President Trump too on this??

          How can the ILLEGAL interrogation tactics of Team Weissman & Van Hack be allowed to REMAIN STANDING after the IG report??

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    • JJ says:

      Still… Barr is smelling worse and worse… why is he refusing to charge Comey and Clapper and Brennan for THEIR lying under oath? Why is he still refusing to indict Hillary for her proven felonies?

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      • Xena Laminak says:

        Dig through George Webb’s videos. He documents how Barr’s family ties are tied up with the Deep State every which from Sunday to Saturday.

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    • Terry says:

      Regardless of what happens, this is about media spin. DoJ recommends jail time along with all the crap they could not prove.

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  2. islandpalmtrees says:

    Perhaps, its time to file suit against the prosecutors -color of law. What do you think Sidney? It seems to have worked well for Covington Catholic Student Nick Sandmann!

    Flashback: Corrupt DOJ and Mueller Attorney Van Grack Committed Many False and Fraudulent Activities in His Efforts to Indict General Flynn
    by Jim Hoft January 7, 2020

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  3. D.J. says:

    “…the need to promote respect for the law and adequately deter such criminal conduct,…” How conscientious of our DoJ. Not that it matters to any of the D.C. denizens, but they don’t seem to comprehend the low esteem in which Americans hold them.

    Liked by 7 people

    • ann says:

      IDJ,
      I don’t think the DoJ gives a hoot anymore about what we think.

      Their lack of action when repeatedly confronted w massive piles of publicly known criminal violations indicates to me this is an arrogant demonstration of raw unfettered power .

      IMO. 🇺🇸⚖️🦅

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  4. Nowut Ameen says:

    Something is very wrong in a country where violent criminals are released without bail but persons accused of nonviolent crimes are incarcerated in solitary confinement, or threatened with prison when exculpatory evidence was withheld.

    Liked by 25 people

    • zekness says:

      this has an embarrassing political dimension to it.

      He got intelligent attorney’s who gave him sound advice AND they made fools of the upper echelon..doncha’ know that’s a no no?

      that’s the difference.

      yeah..I know….justice is BLINDED here..but not the kind of blindness we presume it should.

      I keep coming back around to the nature of the predicate here…isn’t the very nature of how the investigation originated by the FBI going to come into play?

      bueller?

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  5. Sean Supsky says:

    Tik Toc

    Trust the Plan

    General Michael Flynn will be sentenced on January 28, 2020, that is a Tuesday. There shall be no appeals.

    AG Barr will do nothing.

    President Trump will not pardon.

    Durham investigation still going on.

    Okay, so do I have all of the talking points laid out properly from the conceivable angles?

    Do I have your attention yet?

    There is a plan, God’s plan. We do not know what it is, as of yet.

    But it’s unfair that Flynn should spend time in jail for something he didn’t do and others go free…how can that be part of God’s plan?

    We have stories from the past that give us direction for the future.

    Joseph, he went to prison in Egypt, for something he didn’t do…and became second in command of the nation.

    The apostles, all jailed and martyred, except John, whom was exiled.

    Yet, their lives spoke volumes and they trusted their maker.

    Whatever the plan is, know that it will be for the best, even if it doesn’t seem like it. This is a spiritual battle too. We fall down, and we are lifted back up.

    Once they try and convict Flynn, they can’t do the same thing again. After he is sentenced, it sets a precedence. There will be no appeals, as per his plea agreement. The man will do his time, then he will be free.

    Peace to all.

    Have faith, it works miracles.

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    • I can attest to the fact that we know not what will come of seeming disasters in life. Twenty-five years ago, I lost my Research Associate position (and any further “normal” career in science) for daring to submit my own papers for journal publication, over the objection of my superior; he, the cooperative institute, and the university had all the power, and they could make up the rules, regardless of truth. My position was “terminated due to cuts in funding” (he was an EPA associated physicist, for those familiar with the longtime corruption in THAT agency).

      But I kept my head up and my mind open to new opportunities, and 3 years later, I made the greatest discovery in all of history (it doesn’t matter whether you believe that, even after looking into my claim; what matters is MY understanding of that wonderful gift, both personally and for human knowledge about man’s origins — the next world paradigm):

      My bio as I see it

      Liked by 5 people

      • Sean Supsky says:

        An interesting read, to be sure.

        Pray tell, what is this new foundation that you have discovered?

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      • glissmeister says:

        What you describe at the link below genuinely informs about the modern problem of perverse mass-market effects of inculcated thought disorders, identity movements and the criminal exploitation of government by fiat of mass social hysteria.

        How you’ve described in climate fraud highly illuminates the same systematics of normalizing monetized fraud and promiscuous maladministration now in evidence in re the attacks on Flynn, Trump and other Americans that threaten the syndicates and the inculcated delusions they have monetized.

        I’ll be reading more of your work. Thanks for having the courage to boast, however crazy it might have seemed to others. Your other post linked here encapsulated much about what has gone wrong in our era, gone wrong in our society:

        http://theendofthemystery.blogspot.com/2016/08/it-is-test-world.html

        So it begs the question: Are Mueller and Comey living proof we’re besieged by a predatory, parasitic, failed generation of institutional poseurs, credentialed miscreants and willful criminals? It’s not just the federal government. What if it’s every institution and corporate embodiment malignantly infected with the worst among us?

        We’ve apparently been sleepwalking in broad daylight. What happens when we awake?

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      • Xena Laminak says:

        THIS is the reason why I take the time to read comments. Academia is a snake pit and that’s disparaging the poor viper. You might be interested in reading about how physics is corrupt in India by M.A.Padmanabha Rao, Ph.D.
        I’m going to read through your bio. It’s somewhat cathartic to see just how kicked in the teeth fellow Ph.D.s have been treated.
        https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002083039913

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    • saintoil says:

      I have faith in DJT. If no angle works for Flynn he will have to do time until VSG can pardon him. If he gets on top on the narrative before the election then he will pardon, certainly after a great victory in November.
      Three years of non stop coup attempts and ongoing. Our president is still fighting and winning. Every day I have more respect for him and his decision to take on the entire swamp apparatus.
      All you whinny concern trolls don’t make much of a dent here. No one is happy about the DOJ’s continuing obfuscation. May take is that it’s so pervasive Barr has his resources marshalled for the big show.

      MAGA

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  6. Word “depressed”

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  7. Don says:

    Flynn serving that time puts the heat on McCabe- Brennan … et al….
    .
    THIS is just the DOJ recommendation….. Judge knows what is going on- and what potentially will occur in the future- as it concerns him……and did HE ever review Brady material? – in order to disallow it ? – or did he disallow it blibdly- out of hand- sight unseen…. If he has seen ANY of this Brady material at some point… there may be some spainin required when the dust settles….
    A slight reduction of sentence might make this go away for HIM faster as well…… what did the Judge know- and when did he know it???
    Yes – stay tuned

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  8. AnotherView says:

    This really saddens me. I hope Flynn writes a book and exposes everything.

    Liked by 3 people

  9. Carrie says:

    Another lawyer’s take on this…

    Liked by 15 people

    • Bogeyfree says:

      I’d like to congratulate Barr’s DOJ for helping to secure most likely another 10 million Americans who will NEVER trust the FBI or the Dept of Justice!

      Keep up the old work!

      Liked by 10 people

    • jbowen82 says:

      And, ironically, he refused to lie and say that his partner’s misstatement was intentional in his partner’s case. IIRC, part of their defense was that they had been counseled by lawyers as to what forms to file and when, and that was what they were being investigated for (at least nominally – what they were truly being investigated for was to get leverage to make them testify against Trump). It turns out that “I followed a lawyer’s advice” is not a defense, although I don’t know what you could do to know that your lawyer is giving you bad advice.

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  10. 13wasylyna says:

    The criminals with badges….they are dangerous to everyone. Why we accept that law enforcement can lie with impunity but the indicted or even unindicted cannot lie to this bunch of criminals is insane.

    Make your case without subterfuge, lying, shading or hiding evidence….Federal Bureau of Infidels

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    • littleanniefannie says:

      Could One Not Guess Really Evil Shit Superabounds!

      Liked by 2 people

      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        OK.
        That is REALLY good & this is only the first part of January.

        BTW – I don’t mean to change the subject, but did AOC win the “Most &Best Memes of 2019” award?
        I know many of us put her out in front early last year. However, towards the end of the year “Creepy Joe” really made some inroads into clinching that title.

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  11. jello333 says:

    Just something to note. Unless I’m mistaken, sentencing guidelines require that any recommended sentence be a RANGE. Of course the recommendation can be probation, with no jail time. But barring that, I believe we’re looking at the absolute minimum with this recommendation. 0 to 6 months. Note even possibly ZERO. I think that’s significant.

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    • zekness says:

      Me thinks the judge will hear from contemporaries…consider the military service from a very long period of highly decorated time..and send him home where he belongs to the loving arms of his family.

      I am most sure General Flynn deserves it.

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  12. Merkin Muffley says:

    This isn’t Bill Barr, this is Jessie K. Liu.

    Liked by 2 people

  13. BL says:

    Flynn strikes me as a man who would fight to have his named cleared first than to just taking a pardon. Would you want that hanging over your head and reputation.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. rich hahn says:

    Doesn’t Barr have anyone supervising these highly political cases?

    Liked by 1 person

  15. PinotNoir says:

    Think the prosecution team needs an immediate reassignment to Johnson Island.

    Liked by 3 people

    • ann says:

      Alternate 6 month rotations
      @ Lappland and/or Little diomede Islands. (surveillance posts for the Ruskies).

      Then there’s always the tropics, swampy western lowlands of New Guinea.
      Or. Tulagi. amenities include an active volcano. Rich Variety of disease bearing Amoeba & Protozoa in fresh water, saltwater offers wildlife observation sharks.

      swimming not suggested

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    • Ironclaw says:

      I was thinking the Ross Ice Shelf, with no chance to pack before departure.

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  16. bluecat57 says:

    Does Trump have an Endgame in letting all this stuff go on? I can’t imagine that Barr doesn’t know that Flynn, Stone and company were set up and persecuted not prosecuted.

    I posited last night that attention spans are so short that exposing all the corruption and persecution in the next month or so would be worthless since the vast majority of people would have forgotten it all by November.

    Is Trump just waiting for impeachment to be resolved?

    Is he waiting for a Democrat candidate to be picked?

    Does Trump have an Endgame?

    PS – My biggest concern is how will these victims be made whole? My second is when will the persecutors be removed from the government and prosecuted?

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    • ann says:

      Blue cat,

      I strongly share your concerns. POTUS is not an attorney. .

      This is the DoJ’s mess & it’s been fermenting since at least 1996.
      Way I see it the JD has about 12 months,

      I highly doubt Barr has established actual control over this immense dept, which went rogue twenty years ago and has run unchecked. A highly dysfunctional sub culture has become the norm., not an easy fix.
      ⚖️
      option one Clean House.& restructure. Prosecutions & investigations are funneled into their fail safe districts, northern. Virginia, NJ, DC, NYC. etc. adapt laws to enable the a department to actually prosecute individuals. This means relocate to clean offices in districts that are politically balanced, Start interpreting the laws to enable actual protection from predatory corrupt politicians and high status colleagues & peers

      Option two:
      disempower JD monopoly over federal prosecution and FBI. Decentralize, Remove ability to participate in interagency task force,
      Set up totally independent outside IGs with interdepartmental authority,
      DSI, Internal Investigations, Major Crimes, in fact everything. ,
      A separate, fire walled fresh. depart recruited from flyover country,
      Stop with the high rollers in command & dual powered married couples

      Addendum. Given the well documented chronic substandard to negligent performance record of this Dept, major structural & personnel changes are appropriate.

      Ex. All civilian post at DoJ & Bureau must be liable under the military code of justice. No one twists their damn arms, they volunteered for the positions.,

      Internal investigations, security clearances should be removed permanently. Institute new policies,
      randomized -9-0 polygraphs, pupil dilation , bio security etc screening
      ongoing rigorous snooping into their finances & personal relationships .
      There should be no fraternization between departments. Again, structural & functional changes. fire walled separate mini divisions.

      Our security is more important than their absurd social clubhouse subculture.
      Giving Undue deference to colleagues. . .

      Fed up with crooks running our country. To the international community the Boomer generations ruinous epoch of political power has made our country look as if ALL Americans are damn fools .
      I deeply resent the destruction they have wrought over this last thirty years.

      Younger Americans have no desire to be “transformed” and marched forward into a progressive neofeudal collectivist police state.

      They need to face reality: We have a large FoR Sale sign posted over Capital Hill and K st:
      I thank God the Soviet Union collapsed before they took over DC.we should be thankful that the Russians have exercised some restraint,
      In My opinion.

      Cheers and sorry if I ranted. 🦅🇺🇸 Ann

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    • RC23321 says:

      Oh, Barr knows about everything. He’s a con-man. The real question is will Trump realize it in time. Barr is CLEARLY trying to run out the clock.

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  17. Zydeco says:

    Judge Sulliban is compromised.

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    • Zydeco says:

      continued.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Zydeco says:

      continued.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Zydeco says:

      continued.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Zydeco says:

      continued.

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  18. Leslie Webb says:

    Fire Jesse K. Liu for failure to disclose exculpatory evidence.

    Liked by 3 people

  19. Tom Hansen says:

    I believe Sidney will take it to the appellate level if the sentence involves any prison time.

    Liked by 4 people

  20. hawkins6 says:

    Despicable, disgusting, double standard for the DOJ to now raise the sentencing guidelines to a higher maximum. A potential 6 month sentence for a job he lasted only 24 days in during a steep learning curve for all in the green WH team. While the FBI’s Deputy Director for 2 years hasn’t been indicted after even the squishy IG recommended charges for lying and then there are his alleged Coup activities. Peter Strzok is fired but his and McCabe’s devious efforts are still gaining scalps thanks to the Barr DOJ.

    Gen. Flynn was screwed by a cavalcade of bad decisions including pleading guilty under duress (understandable); trusting the predatory FBI that he doesn’t need a lawyer for a gab session; for being fired by POTUS (bad advice from his advisers?) when Rep Nunes warned the WH not to cave in to the media’s lying pressure and fire him–“if you give in, they will know they can come after any of you. There will be blood in the water and they’re not going to stop”; Sessions’ recusal; Rosenstein’s co-operation with the Coup via the Weissmann SC, the political biases in the DC court system and on and on.

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  21. Bob, Esq. says:

    For the record,

    I posted Ex dolo malo non oritur actio. An action does not arise from a fraud

    as a subtle reminder that Flynn was prosecuted by virtue of a hoax and a coup.

    Thus
    Ex turpi causa non oritur actio. No action arises from an immoral cause

    In fact, failure or refusal to exonerate and recompense everyone prosecuted pursuant to this fraud is just as treasonous as the original act.

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  22. Barnestormer says:

    “No prison for Rafiekian, and prison for Flynn. Go figure.”
    I’m guessing revenge figures.

    Incidentally, the Rafiekian trial judge’s dismissal was conditional, subject to a retrial if reversed on appeal by the government. Which appeal was filed on the deadline date.

    Mueller’s prosecutors are as vicious as they are corrupt.

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    • littleanniefannie says:

      “ Mueller’s prosecutors are as vicious as they are corrupt.”

      More vicious, if that’s even plausible. Then again, they have Andy Weissmann, the pit bull Bull Shitter. He has pulled about every illegal trick in the book (the Roger Stone raid, complete with leak to CNN, clearly has his Gestapo style). He should have been disbarred years ago. With his illicit contacts in the IC, he likely has compromising info on more than 90% of all federal judges, up to and including SCOTUS.

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  23. T-Rex says:

    Trump should issue a pardon for Flynn in a New York minute and threaten to fire any prosecutor who brings such a politically motivated case in the future.

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  24. Julia Adams says:

    This report sickens me. The prosecutor is an unethical, corrupt monster. The United States Department of Justice, the Federal Bureau of Investigations and the Federal Judiciary are conspiring and colluding to send an American Patriot and an innocent man to prison. This must not happen. The sentencing must not stand. Our voices in support of General Flynn must be heard. Stop this insanity now, Mr. Attorney General.

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  25. USA First! says:

    An innocent man is exactly that…innocent.

    You NEVER plead guilty to something you have not done.

    It’s a principal of honesty no matter what is threatened if you don’t comply.

    Real integrity is being willing to stand for what you believe. Period.

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    • Lulu says:

      Yes and when the feds come after you and your family with an unlimited budget, corrupt judges, and the media working with them you can stand as an example of principles.

      In the real world, the feds send innocent people to prison every day by forcing them to plead guilty or face decades in prison after leaving their families bankrupt and homeless.

      As long as the DOJ can extort guilty pleas, no case they prosecute can be considered legitimate.

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    • jello333 says:

      Never? Well…

      “Yeah, we know you claim you’re innocent, but we disagree. Even so, we’re willing to give you a break… you plead guilty and we’ll recommend only probation. On the other hand, if you don’t like that idea we can always go to trial. But just so you know, if you lose we’ll be asking for 5 to 10 years. How confident do you feel, huh?”

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      • USA First! says:

        I understand your point. The question is then do you have integrity or is it for sale depending on the circumstance? I know I’m not the average person but I would not lie no matter the cost.
        I will die with honor and integrity.

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    • Harry Nipples says:

      So Real Integrity supersedes saving your child from ruin? As a Father I can honestly say screw my Integrity if it will save my child/family from financial ruin or unwarranted incarceration…

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  26. thebigolddog says:

    You can’t make sense out of a corrupt, capricious organization. Innocence is guilt. Guilt is Innocence. Guilty go free. The innocent do jail time. The take your property without due process. Go after your family. Threaten them. Threaten you Bankrupt you and your family and call it justice.

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    • thebigolddog says:

      If the founding fathers could see what has become of this country I don;t think they would have created it. The would have never agreed to a strong federal government that is as bad, or worse than what the suffered under King George. They would have neutered it right from the start.

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    • littleanniefannie says:

      In this day and age, the Democrats have turned the justice system totally on its head. After all, they held sham hearings in the House where President Trump was required to prove his innocence rather than the persecuting prosecutors having to prove President Trump’s guilt. Things are totally turned over, under, up and down. Justice has become injustice, integrity has become lawlessness, Intelligence has become spying, illegals have become glorified, and babies have become lab rats. Sodom and Gomorrah had nothing on the Obama presidential rogue regime and post-presidential hack squad.
      God bless the United States of America, God bless President Donald Trump, and God bless Americans who believe in the a United States Constitution.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “Things are totally turned over, under, up and down.”

        Isaiah 5:20 Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      Right–and then call it a “system of justice.”

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  27. KMD says:

    Boy howdy, some here jump to conclusions like lemmings off a cliff…

    To everyone that has ASS-umed a “0- 6 month sentence” automatically = 6months jail time, thereby reinforcing their preconceived notion that “Barr is SWAMP”… SHAME ON YOU.

    Y’all are certainly entitled to your opinions. But just know that, y’all don’t have any more knowledge than someone who believes that “0-6 months” could actually mean ZERO JAIL TIME.

    Stop a minute, and let that option sink in…

    Furthermore, IF Gen. Flynn IS sentenced to time, I believe he will not spend one day in jail. Either POTUS pardons/commutes his sentence, and/or Ms. Powell has has grounds for appeal, or some other legal avenue to pursue. All I’m sayin is that I do not believe that the fate Gen. Flynn is already sealed. I just don’t…

    Regardless of the outcome, I believe Gen. Flynn to be a Patriot of the highest order!

    I believe Gen. Flynn will own his plea sentencing as a badge of honor, for courage during war with the deep state. He took a calculated risk when affirming multiple times to accept his plea deal. And I have all the more respect for this man for knowing he willingly accepting a potentially damaging fate…

    I pray God will bless and watch over Gen. Flynn and his family, for having to endure this pain, and to keep them standing strong in righteous indignation against their oppressors. And I pray for his council, Ms. Powell, and President Trump, will do their duty to protect and serve this man.

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    • jingosam says:

      You see any similarities between Bill Barr and Jeff Sessions? Remember when the Kebler Elf was doing his thing? How many people were saying things like “Trust the Plan”, “We can’t see behind the scenes”. Some were even foolish enough to think Sessions was working with Mueller the Mauler to help president Trump and bring down the Deep State! When (if) Barr does something with all of the liberal crooks walking around, I might agree with you. Until then, Barr is as useless as Sessions.

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      • RC23321 says:

        I think he’s even worse than Sessions because he clearly has Trump fooled along with many of his supporters. I’m glad that SOME of us are waking up. Hopefully Trump catches on soon.

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      • saintoil says:

        Crybabies, if Barr does not come through with Durham I will join your kindergarten cabal. Imagine the political winds shifting after the indictments and trounching in Novemer of the marxist. Trump then gets free reign to unleash Barr on his inferiors. The resistance and excrement is deep and will take a second term to turn the tide. And Jr. to complete the decimation.
        Our culture is firmly in the grip of the swamp and legions. It will take time to turn the titanic around.

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    • RC23321 says:

      Did you not see what they did to Roger Stone? They’re going to give the max to Flynn. 6 months minimum and most likely they’ll find some way to give him more.

      And there’s many reasons some of us think Barr is Swamp, this is just ONE of them. Some of you are in complete denial. Barr is 100% bondo. I don’t want it to be true but it is. He’s had SO MANY chances to expose these people and he’s done NOTHING.

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  28. Somebody made this comment earlier: “There has to be more to this crap that we will never know.” I have to agree.

    There’s so much that does not make sense. Many of the pro and con comments made seem to be emotionally based. I have to wait until more information is revealed before I can really say how pissed I really am……………….

    Keep the faith and MAGA to all.

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  29. JohninMK says:

    Would going to jail or even being found guilty affect Gen Flynn’s military ‘pension’? If so, would being pardoned re-instate it?

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  30. Lulu says:

    Bill Barr is a scumbag. Once swamp always swamp.

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  31. jingosam says:

    This has got to be the most despicable, demoralizing thing I’ve read in ages! Just think about all of Obama’s henchmen and henchwomen that are walking free with not a care in the world. (And yes, ‘henchmen’ is a very good word to describe them. ‘Henchmen’ : a faithful follower or political supporter, especially one prepared to engage in crime or dishonest practices by way of service.) Barr, what are you doing about Comey, Brennan, McCabe, Page, Strzok, amd all the others? Nothing! As I see it, you are part of the problem … not the solution. Stupid, whiny Mike Pence is the ultimate cause of this travesty of justice.

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  32. mynameisasherlev says:

    Yeah go figure. Rafiekian mfought the charges, something Flynn should have done. i will never understand that. You do not, I repeat do not, plead guilty to something that you are not guilty of.

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  33. WES says:

    Well we all know SD’s position on this. Bill Barr owns this 100%!

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    • KMD says:

      Another thing to ponder..

      What if AG Barr does ‘step in’ on behalf of Gen. Flynn, thereby positively affecting the outcome of the case. The case where Gen. Flynn himself affirmed, and re-affirmed his commitment to plead guilty…

      What that does is allow the crooks to wield the notion that “AG Barr” is a puppet of Trump!!!”
      “See, we told a ya so!!!”
      “Barr is Trumps hatchet man, he needs to be replaced!!!”

      And, what follows THAT?

      AG Barr is smeared constantly in fakestream media, without pause. As a consequence, Durhams probe becomes tainted, by association…

      See how that works?

      Use your heads. These people are stupid, but they ain’t dumb. It’s our job to see through their conniving. With respect to Gen, Flynn, he sadly may have to take the heat, for he sake of the integrity of the REAL investigation by Barr and Durham that very well could take a big chunk out of the deep state…

      Ask yourself, if YOU were Gen. Flynn, would YOU trade facing a few months of jail, for the chance to see the deep state exposed and taken down???

      Heck, I’d VOLUNTEER do jail time myself, if it meant exposing these treasonous bastids!

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      • ann says:

        “Volunteer to do jail time to expose the deep state “.

        Yes. Me too! 🦅🇺🇸⚖️

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      • RC23321 says:

        You’re assuming Durham is actually going after these people. At this point that’s a pretty big stretch. Bill Barr is CLEARLY not trying to expose the Deep State. I’m 90% sure he’s PART of it.

        I want Barr to be a Patriot and hold people accountable but he’s literally doing nothing.

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        • saintoil says:

          Care to point to some evidence Durham is doing NOTHING. Other than not fast enough for YOU?
          You opinion means nothing to me without some evidence other than your “feelings”

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          • RC23321 says:

            What evidence do YOU have that he’s doing anything? What? A strongly worded statement? A news story that he talked to counterparts in Italy? Literally NOTHING IS HAPPENING TO THESE PEOPLE! I can’t believe how many of you still have faith in Barr and Durham. They’re not doing anything!

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  34. namberak says:

    Well, we know where Barr fits now, don’t we? 😦

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  35. Jimmy Jack says:

    This is most likely a trap to try to get Trump to pardon him while Flynn is a compromised asset.

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  36. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “Flynn is scheduled to be sentenced by Judge Emmet Sullivan on Jan. 28, 2020.”

    .. and the judge does not have to follow the “sentencing recommendations”, does he? So Mr. Flynn could be set free and clear. We actually will not know until then, will we?

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    • RC23321 says:

      The odds of Sullivan letting Flynn off free and clear are close to zero. I think there’s a MUCH greater chance that he gives him years in prison.

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  37. moe ham head says:

    bill blah is a deep state swamp hippopotamus

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  38. Apollo says:

    Disgusting.

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  39. RC23321 says:

    Jessie Liu is still involved??? Thanks Bill, you’re really rooting out the corruption. This is unreal.

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  40. Guffman says:

    How do you catch the really big fish? – Patience.
    I refuse to believe Barr is going to let Flynn go down over this nonsense and is merely allowing the swamp more rope with which to hang themselves. I understand many people are getting impatient at this point, but don’t despair just yet…
    2020 is going to be epic.

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  41. saintoil says:

    You need a whambulance there fellah.

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  42. the FBI PROTECTION RACKET gets away with murder, treason, lies that will chock a horse and nobody goes to prison. we will never again have egual and fair justice as long as these commie govt. lawyers and yes crooked judges and justice dept. are left to subvert our constitution.we have to take back our country NOW

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  43. Harry Nipples says:

    I don’t know what fate has in store for Lt General Flynn but I do know this, his life will never be the same. He will be a Felon. Some of you may know what that really amounts too but for most they have no clue what it does to your life. He loses his right to own firearms, his right to vote, he’ll be on probation or parole, and he’ll have to report to someone who can throw a wrench into his life in a heartbeat. He will have to pay the court system some fees and he will be required to attend various meetings for things that have nothing to do with his charge. He will have to jump through hoops to appease strangers. The stigma of being a Felon follows you for life and history will record that fact long after he’s gone. He’ll be broke and angry. He’ll want payback but the system is rigged and they have ways of clamping down on you to keep you from exposing the truth. Some can deal with it, others can’t. I only hope no matter what happens he gets justice in the end and has his good name restored publicly. That’s what will matter the most to him and his family. They are already paying the price of injustice, let’s hope justice prevails in the end…God Bless Lt General Flynn and his family.

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