Sidney Powell Interview With Larry O’Conner: “We Have a Witness To The Original Flynn 302″…

Remarkable interview between the attorney for Michael Flynn, Sidney Powell, on WMAL radio with Larry O’Conner.  Ms. Powell describes the current status of the case and the filings to withdraw the guilty plea.  Additionally, Ms. Powell drops a bombshell in that they have a witness to the original Flynn-302 the government says doesn’t exist.

O’Conner does a great interview because he understands the background and details to the case.  His probing questions allow Ms. Powell to share valuable insight.

The original FBI report is reported to have statements to the effect that Michael Flynn was not lying.  The prosecution says no such FBI FD-302 report exists; however, Ms. Powell now shares that they have a witness to it.   [Audio Below]  Just hit play on toolbar:

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307 Responses to Sidney Powell Interview With Larry O’Conner: “We Have a Witness To The Original Flynn 302″…

  1. appraisher says:

    We are cursed with a corrupt, 2-tier justice system, filled with not just dirty cops, but dirty lawyers as well (as the eminently experienced Ms Powell so aptly showed us in her book).
    So…to borrow a line from “National Treasure”: “Somebody has to go to prison, Ben”. Until that happens, this conspiracy log-jam will not be broken.

    Your move Mr Barr.

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  2. appraisher says:

    Wow!!! WordPress is even more wonky than normal. Please excuse the duplications.

    Liked by 3 people

  3. (11:45) … “It’s the political weaponization and destruction of the rule of law.”

    Perhaps it is high time that we of our Republic – whether we are mere citizens or Judges or Justices or various Members of Congress – realize fully that this is a frontal assault on our system of government. These people are not seeking justice. They are seeking to usurp our system to their own craven advantage. (And: they have convinced one half of the US Congress that they can achieve it. They’re right now working on the second half.)

    Liked by 13 people

    • IGiveUp says:

      “… a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.”

      Liked by 2 people

    • paulashley says:

      Sadly, that second half includes a few GOP dim bulbs like Romney.

      Liked by 2 people

    • jebg46 says:

      And “we the people” are paying these ruthless lawfare lawyers to impeach our President. How can we stop payment on this robbery?

      Liked by 1 person

      • TheOutlawJoseyWales says:

        With pitchforks,torches, tar, feathers and the ability to use superior firepower! My biggest grievance with “conservatives” is most believe there is someone who will do the dirtiest of jobs for them! Most expect the job to be done and they can ride in after and become the architect of the reconstruction. Not happening this time around!!!! Want a say in the after party get off your ass and contribute to the cause!


    • Austin Holdout says:

      Along with half of the country. One demographic change that I believe is working to our advantage on that half is the lifting more people from welfare to work. To my mind, our country is divided along the lines of those who pay taxes and those who receive entitlements. People who pay taxes (or retirees who spent their working years paying) vote for smaller government. I pray for the President’s policies to continue moving more people to the payor side from the receiver side.

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  4. jbowen82 says:

    “O’Conner does a great interview because he understands the background and details to the case” . . . and he doesn’t interrupt Sydney Powell and lets her finish a sentence..

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  5. Bogeyfree says:

    President Trump needs to hear this interview.

    “It’s the political weaponization and destruction of the rule of law.”

    I wonder if he might consider allowing Sidney to speak at his upcoming MAGA rallies to speak to this topic specifically.

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    • Parker Longbaugh says:

      President Trump at the time of General Flynns resignation tweeted out that he did not understand why the General had lied when he had done nothing wrong. I interpreted this to mean he had lied to the President. If true, President Trump will never forgive that transgression.


      • Miya says:

        You don’t think he would even knowing now that they were blackmailing him over his son and grandchild?


        • Parker Longbaugh says:

          How could he ever trust him? President Trump and his advisors are in charge of the greatest free country to have ever resisted on Earth. Trust comes from truth and in its absence you have the Obama Presidency.


      • X XYZ says:

        “President Trump at the time of General Flynns resignation tweeted out that he did not understand why the General had lied when he had done nothing wrong.”

        I’ll preface this by saying that I am in no way defending the despicable conduct of the FBI or have any sympathy for that goon squad..

        However, the question remains. If Flynn had done nothing wrong, why did Flynn admit to being guilty when he wasn’t? That admission in itself is a lie. That’s probably what Trump was saying. That is self-evident. His plea was not truthful.

        Putting aside that Flynn is a general, and we should, the fundamentals of this situation remain. In the face of danger, in this case that of pressure, intimidation and threat from the FBI goons, regardless of Flynn’s stature, one who is strong willed will not cave and plead guilty if he knows he is not guilty.

        I can’t buy the excuse that Flynn pleaded guilty to protect his son. I’ve known a few who used that commonly used rationalization who really were guilty and did jail time.

        I’m not here to throw stones at General Flynn. I feel sorry for him. All I can say is that in the face of danger, and in his pleading guilty when he was not guilty, he was less than courageous, not true to himself, and lacking in fortitude.

        Once anyone pleads guilty, it’s practically impossible to put the toothpaste back in the tube, no matter who squeezed it.


        • NYMinuteman says:

          I know quite the opposite to be true. If you did ANYTHING that can be interpreted as lying to a Federal Agent, you face real time. He faced financial ruin, and the possible imprisonment of his son,. When you see, and your conflicted lawyer offers you no counterbalance, that the DOH will LIE AND CHEAT to ruin your life – taking the easy way out is the ONLY choice you have. You cant spend money to pay lawyers if you dont have it. Flynn was SA career mil guy. Not rich. Living on a pension.

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          • X XYZ says:

            “…taking the easy way out is the ONLY choice you have.”

            No. He had the choice of pleading not guilty. Everyone always does, no matter what the charges are.

            We all admire Trump for his character and his courage. Can anyone imagine Trump ever pleading guilty if he is not guilty? That’s the key difference between Trump and Flynn. And if anyone says it’s all about Flynn protecting his assets, there are some things in life that are of a greater value than money.


            • old45model says:

              X XYZ – you tend to overlook one pertinent fact. PDJT has sufficient financial wherewithall, whereas Flynn apparently does not.
              Having been in situations on both sides of that divide, I can tell you that if you don’t have the money (quite substantial amounts) to defend yourself, you are left with little choice in the matter.
              Then there is the advice from his then lawyers to take into consideration…


              • X XYZ says:

                @ Old45,
                I am not overlooking it at all, in fact it is the point I am addressing. I will state it more bluntly. Anyone who truly has character and courage would not plead guilty if he were not guilty, be he rich or poor. Those who do plead guilty when not guilty, value assets above character and courage – which is the ingrained mindset of most people today.

                I would bet that if Trump were not wealthy, and he was exactly in Flynn’s position, he would NOT have plead guilty as Flynn did. That might be why Trump dismissed Flynn from his cabinet.


        • Franz Kafka could not have imagined a more evil, duplicitous scheme than the one the Depravity Party, the Clinton/Obama Shadow Government, RINOs & Enemediatainment Complex cooked up. It has been years in the making. If they had succeeded in electing/crowing Hillary Clinton, America as we once knew it would have been well and truly fncked.

          But Trump chose to run, and Trump ran to win. Trump having won, PLAN A immediately morphed into PLAN B: Cripple and neutralize Trump. If the duplicitous RINO-stocked staff and Russia Hoax didn’t cause him to get fed up and resign, they’d “impeach the motherfncker.”

          America was well-along the slippery to oblivion. Trump ran to turn everything around. Nothing like a jobs and higher wages to drown out the noise from the naysayers.

          Why did Gen Flynn plea to lying when he had told the truth? Why are we just hearing about this NOW? To everything there is a season. Look at all we’ve learned in the interim. The missing pieces are fitting into place, and the puzzle is almost complete. Tell me what you see?


        • zekness says:

          as with most things, the explanation for his actions are complicated because we simply do not have access to the moments and the vital details…we have whispers of it…most of which are uncertain to the nature of his work for a foreign government. All of it presented in the media with a slant this way or another.

          but here is what we do know:

          a. The vice president considered Flynn to have committed a beach ….an unfavorable liability at a moment when the administration was just taking flight and getting attacked on all side. Does this mean the Vice President lost faith with General Flynn? I dunno…but it’s politics we are talking about. It’s not a good look to have someone running national security who seems not to have been straighforward about his financial business with Turkey and the IMPLIED (but not proven) assumed connections to a Krelim basis. On a basic test of being totally open and transparent to the administration, the VP voiced his concerns and POTUS agreed. I do NOT find that reasoning bothersome whatsover As we have seen their have been many persons in the administration that were not properly selected and vetted. This happens. Flynn’s conduct (not saying he committed ANY crime, ok, was just not acceptable to the administration. I find that decision proper. A General that finds himself for any reason in a situation where he has to defend a former business dealing with a foreign state is never a good situation for a President..and certainly when that person is the National Security Advisor. It’s just that simple. So, for this point, it is purely a political decision. A decision to ensure that all negative perceptions are removed. This meant letting Flynn go. It was wise but it was also tragic because the press took this to mean they could weaponize this action and load it with the weight of some greater fraud and criminality narrative that the FBI manufactured.

          b. When one drills down to the actual lack of candor with the FBI, several things become apparent:

          1) the FBI set a trap to trick General Flynn to make statements they then could contrive and re-engineer as making a false statement. This is what the latest Powell line of argument is all about. There are persons who dispute the nature of those statements and that appears to make the FBI conspirators documentation about that interview false and quite possibly criminally modified to disclude vital facts about what was actually stated in that meeting.

          2) at the core of this matter is that General Flynn either failed to document on an official goverment record his former financial dealing with Turkey. That perplexes me, to no end. One assumes, has little doubts, that a former General of his intelligence, stature and experience would have not understood the importance of getting the paperwork done correctly. So, I am left with some really difficult questions: was General Flynn a crook? was General Flynn a terrible form filler? was the paperwork he prepared altered or misinterpreted to achieve a means to investigate and entrap him in a false statement? These are things I do not know. So, by standards I believe in, I feel objective in my views to these unknown facts. But I also find myself solidly in the notion that he is INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN…PROVEN GUILTY. There are other reasons this is crucially important to acknowledge also: his so called crime was simply not recording his business with Turkey…that’s it. There is NOTHING more than that. Otherwise, the FBI would have charged him with something far greater…things like conspiracy….money laundering…rico…tax evasion..etc. But they did not make these charges. So in short, this appears to be nothing more than a case that he failed to be open about a financial dealing with Turkey and did not record that fact on some paperwork.. Mine you, had he done so properly, we would not even be having this discussion..because there is NOTHING UNLAWFUL ABOUT HAVING BUSINESS DEALING WITH TURKEY. There has to be something more than just that. The FBI never made the case there was anything more than that. This is why I feel this was nothing more than a smear campaign …and was probably more than likely a cointlel op to leverage Flynn to act as an insider within the Administration as a FBI/CIA asset. This is what I believe..this is why I believe the FBI was so aggressive with this case. None of it makes any sense, unless you include some theories about why the FBI went full combat when Flynn refused initially to cooperate..and THEN was fired from his job by the VP…the FBI NEEED TO GRIND HIM INTO THE DIRT at that point. They could simply not risk him talking about the true intentions and threats the FBI was making towards him.

          3) Flynn pled guilty because he found himself, like so many before him, in an impossible conundrum financially, emotionally and legally. His adversary was the DOJ! He knew he was never going to win this case. This isn’t some spring chicken. He knows how this works. His crime was not cooperating…and when the DOJ decided to make his life a living hell, he took the opportunity to plead out on a lessor perjury rap. It’s very common. In fact his counsel has written a serious and startling book about the nature of this dirty business that the DOJ and aggressive federal prosecutors engage in. Flynn was also represented initially by some fraud, corrupt attorney during this time..So much so, he has a clear case of getting the first plead deal thrown out based on some really sinister conflict and bad representation he “received”..Again, Powell has covered this..and SD at this site covered it really well too. In short, Flynn plead guilty based on some really improper and potentially criminal conduct advice by his former counsel.

          this is the basic information that I have. There are gaps…because I don’t actually have access to the moments of reality and documentation about them. Powell is fighting for this person because he was railroaded. I believe that to be true. I believe he was targeted for a paperwork crime for the purpose of leveraging the threat of a full assault in court over the matter in return that he cooperate covertly with some FBI/DOJ cointel op to gather and influence the administration policy goals for national security…When he refused and decided to fight…the DOJ went full nuclear in him…even installing corrupt attorneys to his own representation. He made a critical error in not understanding that was happening…and he winked…and plead down to a perjury charge. This ..all of this is becoming more clear to everyone involved including Judge Sullivan (I hope) and certainly Powell is making sure the public is aware..through great media engagements…and thus, WE MUST ASK OUR REPRESENTATIVES TO DO ANYTHING THEY CAN DO TO MAKE THIS ENTIRE FIASCO A BIG POLITICAL FOOTBALL AND HUMILIATE THE FBI/DOJ for this crazy episode that is so dangerous to our republic.

          General Flynn is not above NOR below the law.

          but this is not a fair justice system applied to him…

          that must be challenged and corrected.

          If they can do this to a National Security Advisor, a political appointee, a decorated combat ribboned warrior general who has served honorably with distinctions…..they can do this to you and me. I would argue you and I become targets tomorrow on some trivial matter if we happen to be at the wrong place, wrong time, and didn’t fill out some damned paperwork accurately.

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        • WhiteBoard says:

          ITS SIMPLE! BASIC!

          HE lied to end the coup and only allow the political circus we see now.
          the true plan was to rope Pence up in this lie theme, and bring Pelosi in to appoint the president.

          Flynn and TEAM ended the chess move, and are having to deal with the crappyness of this coups way of flipping the gameboard over after losing.


        • AustinHoldout says:

          Look what happened to Manifort who decided to have fortitude, be courageous and true to himself. Maybe Flynn was more familiar with the ways of our corrupt federal government.


      • stenwin77 says:

        Maybe Pres Trump was referring to the lie that Flynn allegedly told to Pence. If I recall, Pence was smack in the middle of this.

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      • fightthepols says:

        My recollection was that it was a lie to Pence. Mark Levin discussed this during the time and said he was disappointed that Pence made a big deal of something that didn’t necessarily need to be considered a lie, but possibly a misunderstanding or miscasting of what was said. He was wondering who pushed Pence to make it a big deal or to make some statement publicly. This was all part of the coup folks. You have to listen to a read many sources to get as many facts as possible.

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    • Hoop says:

      And the DOJ simply will not arrest their own employees –

      Where are the Arrests Barr! 3 years and counting.

      Liked by 1 person

  6. Martin says:

    The abandonment of righteousness weakens the seat of government and the stability and security of the nation. The abandonment of truth and loyalty to covenants undermines the leadership of a ruler (Prov 20:28).

    Bribery is a root issue of private truthfulness (Prov 29:4). Acting on principle rather than driven by expediency. Thus, when integrity is forsaken justice is overthrown.The minimizing of truthfulness corrupts others so that the entire government becomes corrupt (Prov 29:12). What we see now.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      It is a sad state of affairs when Joe Biden is the democrat front runner and is impeachable on his first day in office. They need Biden in to cover the mass levels of corruption performed in and post Obama administration. Biden is the chosen one to save the deep state.

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  7. Bogeyfree says:

    Whistleblower or Witness?? Interesting she used the word witness.

    I’m assuming there is a difference?

    If it is a witness vs a whistleblower does that help point us in a direction of who it could be?

    Clearly if it came from Barr or Durham they wouldn’t be a whistleblower.


  8. RLTW says:

    The first action Flynn took once Trump hired him as NSA was to order a complete review of what actions the intelligence and SOF community had been conducting in Afghanistan and Iraq. That’s the point at which Clapper gave the order to “take the kill shot on Flynn.”

    And you know what? I’ve had it. I’m tired of telling you all the facts. Over and over. Right now and right here. You will either pick up your AR-15 and fight for your freedom or you will allow them to march you and your family into the concentration camps. Why the hell do we even keep up this diatribe?

    We all know what they are going to do to us if they ever get the power to do so. They are ruthless. Yet all the power they have was ceded to them by our own principles of generosity and acceptance.

    At the point where we realize that we have been played. That our generosity and acceptance has been cynically leveraged to destroy Western, Christian, White civilization.

    That is the point where we stop tolerating and start reconquering our Country.

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    • IGiveUp says:

      Chill. You’re not wrong about the facts. But you’re wrong to conclude things are intolerable. Everything that is happening has happened before in other countries and other societies. It’s what people do to each other. We happen to be alive at a time of American crisis and cultural decline. We’re going to have to endure this painful period when the greatness of our past no longer seems evident It’s our lot. It’s our challenge. Don’t lose your cool. It’s going to be a long haul and we who are adults are now rising to the challenge for our kids’ and future generations’ sake. It’s great that you know what we’re fighting for and understand what’s at stake. But you’d be misreading human nature and naive to think that because we’re America it couldn’t happen here, and if it is happening here then the world is coming to an end. It’s enormously effed up here now. Maybe the worst it has ever been. Don’t let anyone or any article set you off. Climb back down and help the rest of us to endure the long slog ahead.

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      • Frederika says:

        “And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand?… The Organs would very quickly have suffered a shortage of officers and transport and, notwithstanding all of Stalin’s thirst, the cursed machine would have ground to a halt! If…if…We didn’t love freedom enough. And even more – we had no awareness of the real situation…. We purely and simply deserved everything that happened afterward.”

        ― Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn , The Gulag Archipelago 1918–1956

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      • Martin says:

        The average age of the world’s greatest civilizations has been 200 years…
        And the cycle is surprisingly predictable:
        from bondage to spiritual faith;
        from spiritual faith to great courage;
        from courage to liberty;
        from liberty to abundance;
        from abundance to complacency;
        from complacency to apathy;
        from apathy to dependency;
        from dependency back again into bondage. -Alexander Tyler, 1750

        Can the toothpaste be put back in the tube? I don’t know, I am watching Virgina and seeing what is going on as a sign. The veneer has been stripped off and its ugly. It is the intended result of the “liberal” agenda. It is the deliberate design to pursue the deconstruction of our nation, its heritage, family values, and traditions in pursuit of a utopian agenda built out of the failed policies of the past. And it is the deliberate program of those who are revising our history textbooks, stripping the country of its heritage and actively attacking the sanctity of the family from every quarter. Our military cemeteries are filled with patriots who died fighting against everything the liberals stand for

        There is a time to get angry. There’s a time when anger takes on righteous indignation. It’s time to see if there is any manhood in our bones. Have you noticed what has become of our beloved country?

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        • MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

          No doubt Virginia is the model for the other 57 states(aight). They wish to see just how far they can get before the people really push back.

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      • As a man thinkth says:

        Dear I give up…
        Perhaps a general review of Plato’s Allegory of the Cave is in order…

        IMO, we have been watching the shadows of the deepstate dance accross the wall for decades…the only reality that we knew…and we just slogged along.

        PDJT, has allowed us to see the light, the truth and the reality behind the silhouettes of deepstate actions…Many of us refuse to go back into the cave and slog along


    • franuche says:

      Seriously? You want us to save “Christian […] civilization” by picking up our AR-15s?

      This Christian doesn’t think so.


      • Cetera says:

        The Christians who won the Battle of Lepanto, or the Seige of Vienna, or countless other battles in our common history, would disagree rather vociferously with you.

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        • zekness says:

          The Christians in Europe (WW2) also disagree vociferously with the argument that suggest ONLY passive moral reasoning can overcome evil in this world.

          our fight is unique only in matters related to a clock….we are witnessing a bold attempt by an evil state that has the resources now to level christian lifes and influence into matters of the global state down to the meat grinder.

          I see zero differences in the outcomes from a NAZI death culture than from a state that has made every single effort to reject and refuse god in the most important of matters in our lives.

          I will fight this evil…it’s not a matter of when, but of how I will do that.

          I know I am not alone.

          we KNOW who the enemy is. They do not conceal their plans…We call it the swamp…institutionalized corruption within the state and federal goverment…the massive corporations that actually write laws through corrupt lobby practices and under the table payoffs and on top of the table political contributions and favors.

          This is the great enemy of America…the attempt to grab the very soul of this country and subdue it…to strangle make the people who have the power and the protections of the constitution…meaningless and inert.

          we must not let that happen.

          We must understand what history screams about doing nothing in this perilous moments.

          yes, there will be blood. freedom is not free.


      • georgehumphries9802 says:

        Matthew 24:43 repudiates your reasoning.


  9. paulashley says:

    Let us always remember that the original founding document, and the reason behind the Contitution, is the Declaration of Independence. If the government, any government, becomes tyrannical, citizens who are targeted to becomecsubjects, must throw it off. I pray it doesn’t come to that.

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  10. Cathy M. says:

    “The prosecution says no such FBI FD-302 report exists;”

    Yeah . . . that’s because they destroyed it.

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  11. GTOGUY says:

    Wow ! if this is true, Van Grack better hope Judge Sullivan never sees it. I think there is Congressional testimony from Cardinal Comey stating that fact.


    • OmegaManBlue says:

      Why? Sullivan basically accused Sidney of plagiarism in her last filing. Sullivan, like most judges, is in the prosecutions pocket.


  12. Coast says:

    So what took so long for this person to come forward? How could anyone of decent character hold this information for so long? What is it going to take for this board of dominoes to finally fall?

    Liked by 1 person

    • OmegaManBlue says:

      This person better exist. If not her credibility is going to take a big hit.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Julia Adams says:

      My first thought was exactly like that of poster OMB: this person better exist. Sidney better not be bluffing.
      My second thought was what if she is bluffing? Do you remember the courtroom scene from the movie “A Few Good Men” where Navy JAG defense attorney Lt. Kaffee (Tom Cruise) states he’s about to call “Airmen Cecil O’Malley and Airman Anthony Rodriguez who were working the ground crew at 2:00am at Andrews AFB” …allegedly to contradict Col Jessup, catch him in a lie and press him into revealing the truth. In the end, the Colonel admits he ordered the Code Red and is arrested. Lt. Kaffee admits the Airmen were a ploy.

      If Sidney Powell has “found” a witness at this late stage, who is willing to testify to the validation, authenticity and content of the original 302, then how did this happen, what took so long and why has she chosen to casually mention it to a radio talk show host—as an update? She certainly must know the DOJ and Judge Sullivan follow her every move from WMAL to her appearances on the Lou Dobbs Show. Her commenting publicly about this case must infuriate the Deep State. This bombshell must be her gambit. Does she or doesn’t she have a witness? After this interview, I bet someone got a FISC court judge to agree to issue a warrant to spy on her.

      Sidney openly declared she wants to go trial to defend her client. She intends to call Comey, McCabe and Strzok and put them on the stand. If that were to happen, that series of events, those three called to testify, would be a big, huge deal. Sunlight and terrible exposure for the Deep State. Here’s my theorem. The Deep State won’t let a Flynn trial happen. They would rather pull back and find a graceful exit in order to avoid the risks a trial could bring to them. The DOJ eventually retreats, agrees to suspend the case, saves secrecy by recommending no prison sentence but we never see the original 302 or learn the whereabouts of the invisible man, Agent Joseph Pientka.

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      • Barnestormer says:

        “The Deep State won’t let a Flynn trial happen.”

        I believe you are correct. The troubling thing is that the easiest path to that result is Sullivan’s denial of Flynn’s motion to withdraw his plea.

        Consider: in which direction does Sullivan’s summary dismissal of Powell’s last brief and accusations of plagiarism indicate he will rule– courageously, toward a trial, with its explosive potential to expose the FBI/DOJ treachery? Or cravenly, toward blanketing the institutional rot?


      • Redzone says:

        Devin Nunes just said he was a fact witness because he was briefed that Flynn didn’t lie when he was Gang Of 8. He said it’s time some people step up for Flynn.

        Perhaps she has spoken with Nunes and that is what she is referencing.


    • nimrodman says:

      It may not have taken “this long”

      Sidney may have had this in her pocket for quite awhile and has revealed it only now

      There could be many strategic reasons

      I wondered why now – before the next hearing – in that it would tip the Judge off to what she’s got and he might take pre-emptive action to neutralize her

      But then it occurred to me that by revealing it now, she makes it public and now eyes will be on the Judge to see if he deals with it fairly or vindictively, a fair hearing or a coverup

      She’s put the spotlight on him – that she’s got something seriously tangible and he’d best be careful not to reject her requests or motions capriciously

      And she may have held it until now because it’s a lynch pin in her effort to compel the gummint to produce Brady / exculpatory evidence they’ve resisted until now. Judge shut her down on that at last hearing so now she’s playing her hole card that she’s held as a bone breaker

      Just musing – my words hold no particular significance

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      • Julia Adams says:

        Yes, of course, I like what you are saying. She’s obviously has been holding her cards close to her vest. Strategically, Putting the spotlight on the judge is a brilliant play. The 302 witness revelation is her Ace in the hole, so to speak. Wow, what a trial this will be.

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    • fightthepols says:

      “So what took so long for this person to come forward? ”
      Waiting to see which direction the wind blew.


  13. Perot Conservative says:

    There was another mini bombshell in this interview … Jessie Liu is still in a position to screw us! I almost drove off the road when I heard that.

    She was supposed to have gone to Treasury … why the delay?

    And Ms. Powell was dropping megaton bombs … even bringing up the Awan brothers & blackmailing Congress!

    Liked by 2 people

  14. veritas libertas says:

    “First we fuhk Flynn, then we fuhk Trump.”
    -Andrew McCabe

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Too much to digest. MAGA and good night all.


  16. MustangBlues says:

    Help Defend America: Contribute to the fight: General Flynn Defense Fund;

    Ms. Powell and all staff are working almost pro bono, for minimum pay to fight for General Flynn. Help Out. Ms. Powell is a true American justice warrior, the right one to save General Flynn.

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    • livefreeordieguy says:

      Great recommendation, Mustang… Just threw a few shekels into General Flynn’s Defense Fund myself — and would not have thought to do so if not for your suggestion… Thank you! It’s easy and painless, folks… Follow Mustang’s lead and support Mike and Sidney!


    • zekness says:

      I am going to drop this here…

      with a BIG DISCLAIMER! I DO NOT KNOW IF THIS WEBSITE IS LEGITIMATE. So please send your email requests for information to Sydney Powell and confirm…Sidney may offer some other methods to choose from to help out financially with the growing costs of defending General Flynn. (we have to accept that there are many unscrupulous agents of mischief that are pretty clever at designing what appears to be legitimate websites for corrupt purposes. I am not saying this one is, but please be careful and perform your own due diligence.)

      You can reach Sidney Powell here:

      I am sure she and her staff will send you appropriately vetted weblinks to make contributions.


    • fightthepols says:

      I donated last night. Any amount is good. Mark Levin had Sydney Powell on the radio show and she explained their position and Mark Levin pushed for a “Levin Surge” to donate to the Michael Flynn Defense Fund.


  17. Fools Gold says:

    Has anybody ever heard or witnessed a better Patriot than President Donald J Trump or Sidney Powell in the last 30 years besides Reagan? Sundance you’re right up there with them as far as I’m concerned because you want find facts anywhere with skepticism that forces thought and debate. IMHO Y’all should read Sydney’s book “license to lie”. Sidney has experienced this very ”Lawfare” thing Sundance has been writing about. Sidney writes from her practical experience with dealing the lawfare community and Their” war on politics, social justice and pure evil against our country and since 1981. She gets it better than any white hat lawyer I’ve ever witnessed or heard. For proof Read her book “license to lie”. Well worth the cost x1000 as well and includes convincing 1st hand accounts of the facts she witnessed that has brought US to this point in history and I can’t praise her enough. Facts only Please!

    Liked by 2 people

    • Han Solo says:

      Honestly, and easily, one of the best books I’ve read twice now that has opened my eyes…it certainly highlighted everything that is going on now and a great complement to the discussions here.


  18. Rynn69 says:

    In the future, anyone who speaks to the FBI needs to have their own recording and copy. Miranda of the future?

    The FBI use 302s to selectively edit in the prosecution’s favor. This game must end.

    The prosecution hides Brady (exculpatory) material from the defense. This game must end.

    Innocent parties, under duress, are forced to plea bargain phony process crimes. This game must end.

    Paging Bill Barr?

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  19. RAC says:

    Sidney Powell is talking about the original 302 and at 03:55 “for someone to delete that”. Does she mean delete the computer scan of the paper notes? I ask that because I’ve read here on CTH posters who appear to have working knowledge of such things. They say that those computer systems record every transaction, in, out, who did it, everything. Not producing something is bad enough, actually destroying it altogether more damning.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Han Solo says:

      Forgot the name of the FBI’s system, but every Document Management software system has an audit trail, versioning, and so on…I’m sure she is looking for not only the original, but all versions of the relevant 302s as well as all the metadata to back up her claims. It’s really a simple thing to do and the FBI could turn it over in a heartbeat….of course, that may just spill the beans.


      • RAC says:

        If there’s a real investigation and they can’t produce something that can be proven was there at sometime, it’s going to be a bit awkward.

        Liked by 1 person

      • … and, in all such systems, you can never actually delete anything. The same is true in the private sector, because “someday, someone might subpoena it, and you’d damned well better still have a copy.”


  20. Dollars to donuts , Sullivan will reject plea change , he will have his clerks write a 300 page opinion to try to insure he is not overrulled and will cite Sidney for some sort of contempt / ethics violation to boot. She tripped the defcon 4 alarm wire when she said WHO she would call as witnesses in a Trial if not guilty plea accepted (Comey , McCabe etc) The rejected ruling is already there just needs the 300 page opinion as window dressing ( IMHO)


  21. Flight93Gal says:

    nycjoe writes: “…She tripped the defcon 4 alarm wire when she said WHO she would call as witnesses in a Trial if not guilty plea accepted (Comey , McCabe etc) The rejected ruling is already there just needs the 300 page opinion as window dressing ( IMHO)”…

    IF Judge Sullivan does that, I guarantee Ms. Powell will respond appropriately.

    She plays chess better than most! GO MS. POWELL!


  22. John-Y128 says:

    Isn’t the problem with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, FISA is how it gets twisted into the Domestic Intelligence Surveillance Act, DISA, when the CIA & the State Dept handed off the Steele dossier to the FBI & McStain while the DOJ turned a blind eye and the MSM gobbled it up.

    How is it that the FISA Court never said; “You want to surveil a presidential campaign’s domestic citizens?”

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    • Beau Geste says:

      John, the FISC never said; “You want to surveil a presidential campaign’s domestic citizens?” – because it has completely failed its only duty. Their warrant to politically spy on low-level CIA-FBI agent carter page (falsely claimed by DOJ/FBI liars to be a russian spy), in order to politically spy on the entire Republican party and its president by the constitutionally illegal “2-hop rule”, is a clear deceit. They KNEW the “named target” was a deceitful way to spy on all the the entire GOP and ultimately the GOP President. Why would the FISC knowingly participate in a deceit? Because that is what it does and has become.

      The FISC was created to protect citizen Constitutional rights (not destroy them),as a result of spying abuses in violation of the 4th (and other) Amendment becoming known. This is a duty of the highest order, because the defendants are not represented by counsel, the secret political Star Chamber court proceedings were hated by the Founders, and secret court proceedings are Constitutionally disfavored.

      The only duty, and heightened responsibility, of the FISC is to protect civil rights. The FISC has shown itself to have completely failed its ONLY responsibility, by abusing civil rights and perpetuating the abuse by refusal to discipline or withdraw tainted Warrants and extensions.

      Any honest federal court would immediately withdraw (nunc pro tunc – “now as then”) a tainted Court Order such as a Warrant based on misrepresentation. But the FISC has never withdrawn its fake FISA Warrant, used by the DOJ/FBI liars and deceivers to justify spying before and after the Warrant. Any honest Court would severely discipline lawyers and oath-signers who deceive the court, violate court ethics/rules, withhold records, and/or commit perjury. ( fines, jail, disbarment, perjury prosecution…) But not the secret Star Chamber FISC. No severe discipline, and they have not even withdrawn their fake, illegal, tainted FISA , to protect the illegal spying done before and after the deceitful issuance of the fake Warrant. There has been a massive, continuous stream of illegal spying under the purview of the FISC, which it refuses discipline. Admiral Rogers forced former chief judge collyer to admit massive illegality, which new chief boasberg has also had to admit. But the FISC refuses to protect the integrity of its proceedings by strong disciplinary action and withdrawal of the protection for illegal spying provided by false Warrants. Instead of carrying out its duty to protect civil rights, the FISC appears to be protecting the coup perps, in willful denial of civil rights under color of law, 18 USC 242, which applies to crooked judges.

      Protection of civil rights violation by the FISC requires a defense by adversary representation. Criminal defendants who know they are defendants (so can participate in their defense against a crooked or overreaching prosecutor, are required to have public counsel under the Constitution. This requirement for defense counsel is of course even stronger when the defendants do not even know their rights are under attack, so cannot participate in their defense to counter lies and illegality.

      Unless the FISC is eliminated, a Public Defender’s Office is absolutely necessary. The PDO should obviously be outside the control of a crooked DOJ/FBI. The brilliance of the Constitution is to disperse power (which Lord Acton notes is so corrupting). Because the President is Constitutionally responsible to “take care” to enforce the laws, protect Constitutional rights of citizens, and enforce “equal justice”, the PDO lawyers should be hired, and fired, by the Office of the President. The PDO lawyers should have authority to subpoena and cross-examine DOJ/FBI witnesses, file motions to discipline DOJ/FBI deceit, motions to to withdraw tainted FISA Warrants, and to appeal FISA Warrant grants to the FISC Review Court and Supreme Court. Because the FISC proceedings are secret, unlike regular federal court proceedings, and because the FISC has proven its inability and reluctance to even maintain the integrity of its proceedings, the PDO should have authority to notify the President, the Congress, and the Supreme Court of incompetent and/or wrongful behavior of FISC judges, for potential removal.


  23. Rick says:

    It looks like Judge Sullivan has made up his mind already. This does not bode well for Lt. Michael Flynn. If he goes to jail, the essence here is that Trump is being set up for another phony obstruction charge. They are trying to goad him into pardoning Flynn.

    I thought Jessie Lieu was in Treasury? She’s still wielding her wrecking ball in the DOJ. Why the hell isn’t Bob Barr investigating this corrupt DNC Fixer?

    By the Book Barr blindly follows rules and procedures and pretends like his prosecutors are innocent lambs when they are cunning snakes wreaking havoc under his zero common sense nose.

    If Bob Barr isn’t setting these criminal prosecutors up for jail time then he has failed massively.


  24. Lil Stevie says:

    If they can do this to a warrior like Gen. Flynn they will try to do this to anyone that gets in their way. President Trump has shown us that the only way to deal with bullies is to stand up to them and take a swing. President Trump like Gen Flynn have both given their all for our country, please don’t let them down.


  25. George Dixon says:

    Why would the FBI attack Flynn so unethically?
    McCabe had power, he was 2nd after Comey, in the FBI’s hierarchy.
    “Dec 04, 2017 · While working for Obama, Flynn intervened after a female FBI Special Agent named Robyn Gritz accused Andrew McCabe of sexual harassment. This enraged McCabe and it lead to the retaliation of investigating Flynn by McCabe and others at the FBI.”


  26. abel says:

    it’s as if victoria cant get a message to trump through hannity. the message would be, “hey barr do your job. are you awake barr? why can’t you just crush this case all together?”

    barr allowing this is a miscarriage of justice. No one in the press asks barr about this? not one reporter?


  27. dwpender says:

    This is an excellent interview.

    The witness Powell has found needs to report his information directly to Barr ASAP.


  28. iPack says:

    The compromised or corrupt judge won’t listen. And there is no credible threat this judge is going to be “pitchforked” if he knowingly issued another corrupt ruling.

    The force of law is either compelled by conscience, or it is compelled by violence. The law itself is meaningless without these two factors. Judges know and understand this concept better than anyone else.

    The concept of a law by itself has no energy, and claiming that something is “right” because it is “law” is not a valid argument. It’s a childishly naive argument.


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