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. Ray Runge says:

    Just another calling Bill Barr moment.

    Choice is clear. Will the Bill Barr DoJ with an aiding and abetting by the Judicial system further display our two tiered, pay to play, Banana Republic rule of law or begin to permit the innocent to be exonerated and expose and prosecute the coup criminal who did the nasty deed.

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    • SpotTheSpook says:

      Consider for a moment who exactly could be providing Sydney with all of this ammunition.

      Liked by 15 people

      • Julia Adams says:

        Are you insinuating Bill Barr is tipping her off? Don’t make us laugh, please. It’s not funny.

        Liked by 7 people

        • rondonmonson says:

          Barr has bee on the job about 8 months or so, stop being impatient and doubting him, just because Sessions recused himself and allowed Rosenstien to lead the DOJ “SMALL GROUP” in a coup attempt. Like I stated yesterday, if you are going to charge “CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY” you charge everyone at once even if you have a Rat or two.
          I bring that up for one reason, I have heard Nunes call these people dirty cops and I have heard him speak about a Criminal Conspiracy on many occasions over the last year or two. Why does he keep harping on a criminal conspiracy ? Is he trying to hint at what’s coming ? We all know Glenn Simpson/GPS and everyone arr Lawfare are in a criminal conspiracy overthrow President Trump.The best way to let them keep digging their graves is to not PROSECUTE ANYONE. If they had Prosecuted McCabe or Comey a year ago, all of the players in the conspiracy would have put a halt to their actions.

          A few have,, notice Brennan and Clapper have gone silent lately.

          Either Barr is going all out or hes just a Deep Stater, and I don’t buy him being a Deep stater.

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          • Barr was appointed by the corrupt Senate. If he were a threat, he wouldn’t have been appointed.

            Barr’s lauding of Christopher Wray, his inaction in many areas demonstrate that he will not be an effective cleaner. Durham on the other hand has a proven track record, so we can at least expect something from him.

            If we really want an AG that drains the swamp we have to get a clear Republican majority in the Senate with at least some Rinos/corruptocrats replaced.

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            • JL says:

              Barr was appointed by President Trump.

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              • President Trump wanted Ratcliffe, didn’t get him because of the corrupt Senate.

                President Trump does the very best with the cards he has.

                We need to give him better cards!

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                • margarite1 says:

                  We’re the ones who need to be running a coup – a coup against the swamp. Pretty hard to do when the swamp is in charge of our options and doles out the money to their chosen critters and the media plays along. There was a recent splitter candidate – can’t remember which state but McConnell clearly didn’t want one particular GOP candidate to go anywhere but home. What candidate has the guts to take this on – other than our magnificent Donald J Trump?

                  I’m sick of this two party system – they’re in cahoots and it’s really a one party system.

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                • emeraldcoaster says:

                  POTUS wanted Ratcliffe for AG? Didn’t know about that one, but I did hear about McConnell and POS Burr blocking Ratcliffe from the DNI slot.

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              • GB Bari says:

                Technically, yes. PDJT actually wanted Matt Whitaker to stay on as AAG for awhile and clean up the liars at DOJ and fake investigations, but PDJT got a lot of pushback from his Republican Senators. They knew Whittaker is tough and would have exposed all their corruption as well..

                There were no other AG candidates announced back in November of 2018. In December the President announced Barr as his choice for AG. Immediately there were negative articles from WaPo and NYT on Barr’s alleged pro-Trump bias. As usual, those two fake news outlets’ biased opinions didn’t age well.

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            • hitgirl18 says:

              dont agree! The jury is out on AG Barr in my opinion! I still believe that Barr will do the right thing, but he’s being very cautious because there is much at stake. It seems to be taking an awfully long time, but it is no easy task to indict heads of intel, senators, and other foreign leaders who were co-conspirators! I also believe that these traitors are so inbred in corruption, crime, perversion, extortion, and evil in general, and doing all they can to cover-up each others crimes, but ultimately they will turn on each other!

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              • jbowen82 says:

                I believe the one who ultimately gives up the honchos is Loretta Lynch. I believe Pientka and Carlin are prosecution witnesses now. Sally Yates is the next to crack.

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            • rondonmonson says:

              And he got what 52 or 53 votes, which proves hes not a Deep State guy.

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          • YvonneMarie says:

            Same.

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          • Dutchman says:

            I don’t know on what basis you assert “if you are going to charge “Criminal Conspiracy” you charge all the conspirators at once”, but its ludicrous.

            Never heard of “unnamed co-conspirators”?

            You charge who you can, charge them with one count for every ‘affirmative act’that furthered the conspiracy, so they are looking at an effective life sentence, and get at least one to ‘flip’, naming all the rest, and detailing THEIR affirmative acts.

            THATS how you unravel a Criminal conspiracy.

            Oh, and by the way, if you listen to Sidneys interview, it is SHE who is impatient for Barr to act.

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            • rondonmonson says:

              No, if you want to prove Conspiracy the more the merrier. If 2 people “COLLUDE” on something it might not even be a conspiracy {can be} but when you get the Lawfare Group as an ENTITY collectively plotting to take down a president it affirms that it is a conspiracy. And a Conspiracy via Sedition is a Federal Crime.

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              • Dutchman says:

                REALLY? Been busted for Conspiracy, have you? I realise we all express our opinions, but while your entitled to your own opinions, your NOT entitled to your own facts.

                And I HAVE been charged with felony conspiracy, so know somewhat of what I speak.

                While you can’t charge ONE individual with “Conspiracy”, as in conspiring with themself, you can, if the nature of the crrime makes it obvious there was a conspiracy, charge one person with Conspiracy, an have unidentified co-conspirators in the indictment.
                There are,2 advantages for prosecutors, in charging Conspiracy; one is that if they had seperate trials, each could, in their defence, blame the other to create reasonable doubt, for THEIR jury.
                By charging Conspiracy, defence can’t do that, cause one jury for all.

                The SECOND advantage is each ‘affirmative act’ (an action which furthers the conspiracy) is or can be a SEPERATE offence.
                So, ordering business cards COULD be an affirmative act.
                Each email, phone call, meeting, discussion or action a seperate charge, with a (usually) 10 year sentence.

                Can quickly get up to life sentence, in order to motivate someone to ‘flip’ on their co-conspirators.
                So, instead of “Distribution of a Controlled substance (Cocaine) you charge for CONSPIRACY to Distribute.

                Buying the scale to weigh it. Buying the little zip lock baggies to package it.
                Renting the house to sell it out of. Every phone call, every affirmative act, a seperate charge.
                THATS how you ‘break open’ a Conspiracy, where everyone is complicit, and so none are talking.
                Its like musical chairs, in reverse. When the music stops, ONE person gets to sit in the witness chair, the rest at the Defence table.
                He who flips first, gets the deal.
                The rest get the shaft.

                I know a little about Conspiracy charges, you see.

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              • Dutchman says:

                Oh, and can’t charge anyone with Sedition, or Conspiracy to commit Sedition, unless the redacted material includes advocating violence, murder or assasination IN ORDER to overthrow the,Government.

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          • ms doodlebug says:

            We live in an 𝒊𝒎𝒎𝒆𝒅𝒊𝒂𝒕𝒆 𝒈𝒓𝒂𝒕𝒊𝒇𝒊𝒄𝒂𝒕𝒊𝒐𝒏 society. It’s beside the point that this is a very complex case involving multiple people. Connections must be made between them to prove they function(ed) as a conspiracy. But, hey, AG Barr and Durham should have been able to get through at least four years of corruption in a day. They didn’t so they must be corrupt. /s

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        • Sugarhillhardrock says:

          Julia,
          The changed 302 could be Brady material and Durham could be fulfilling his Constitutional duty in disclosing the info.
          One possibility, but a legally advisable one for an honest prosecutor.

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        • Redhotrugmama says:

          Hahaha thats literall6 the best comment of the day!!😂🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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        • huecowacko says:

          Sidney really likes Barr, thinks the world of him, but Barr “needs to hurry up,” that’s Sidney’s way of saying, “don’t make me laugh.”

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      • G. Alistar says:

        And consider for a moment just how fast VanGrack would leak to the dems and media that AG Barr is obstructing this case? Don’t want another recused Jeff Sessions do we? Besides, POTUS is happy with Barr and as long as Van Grack and crew continue to screw up, I say let em.

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      • 2013gti says:

        Consider for a moment that there is not a snowballs chance in Hell that could be the case.

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      • alonzo1956 says:

        Spot
        Patriots are providing Sydney with her information. All indications do not have Barr in the Patriot category at this time. I am beginning to believe that Barr is simply an extension of the swamp, however it is too soon to tell for certain.

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      • SpotTheSpook says:

        Getting info out that cannot be ignored and therefore being forced to take action can be much better for ones public image than putting it out there with your name on it. I’m not claiming anything, just something that perhaps should be considered.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Just another calling Bill Barr moment.

      Wonder why Sidney didn’t call him out other than to “hurry up” ?
      She called out Van Grack and Jessie Liu.

      She’s on that exclusive list of people who don’t call out Barr
      that only has one other name on it:
      Trump

      Comey, Clapper, McCabe, MSM, Dems, “Treepers”…..hell
      even the FBi is now calling him out:according to WSJ.
      https://www.wsj.com/articles/barrs-encryption-push-is-decades-in-the-making-but-troubles-some-at-fbi-11579257002

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    • JackB says:

      You mean the Trump administration DOJ.

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      • hitgirl18 says:

        This is something that baffles me… there seems to be two separate groups within the doj. One appearing to be doing the right thing- ie what our president wants, and the other doing just the opposite of what the president would want! How is this possible? Why doesnt Barr fire those going against this administration’s policies! As I said before, too bad Trump didnt appoint Sidney Powell. None of this would be happening!

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        • mopar2016 says:

          Good point I was thinking the same thing. AG Powell has a nice ring to it.

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          • GB Bari says:

            I would think Sidney would make a stellar AG.
            But, I am afraid she’s far too diligent, honest, and is neither corrupt nor corruptible.

            Therefore the deeply corrupt RepubliCONs in the Senate which includes Burr, McConnell, Thune, – heck, maybe 90% of them – will never approve her, which is America’s loss.

            Of course the DemonRATs will oppose anyone who they know or suspect will try to clean out and de-weaponize the DOJ and FBI and return the government to a true rule-of-law standard.

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    • John says:

      Not Banana Republic,but Obama Republic.

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    • dayallaxeded says:

      Barrky! Oh, Barrky! Here boy, here! Bad boy!

      Liked by 1 person

    • hitgirl18 says:

      Especially since Gen Flynn is the lynch pin! He knows who’s guilty!

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  2. islandpalmtrees says:

    Way to go Sidney!

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  3. FL_GUY says:

    Every time I see anything about Flynn, I think of those EVIL SOBs saying: “First we $#@! Flynn and then we $#@! Trump.” These EVIL people need to go down!

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  4. everywhereguyy says:

    Eyeore up in da house, peeps.

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  5. Perot Conservative says:

    Is Ms. Powell literally standing in the bree h for our Freedom, a last prayer?

    Powell & General Flynn succeed…

    RussiaGate exposed… SpyGate confirmed …

    Deep State revealed…

    Barr forced to step up?

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  6. Bogeyfree says:

    “Additionally, Ms. Powell drops a bombshell in that they have a witness to the original Flynn-302 the government says doesn’t exist.”

    If true the next question is………..

    Who in the FBI AND DOJ knew this???

    And what is the penalty if any for that Mr. Barr???

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  7. Bogeyfree says:

    Again, if true…..

    We may just see the greatest dance moves of all time coming out of our DOJ.

    And I thought Fred Astaire was the greatest dancer.

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  8. Michael Kunz says:

    Well, Billy Barr will be on bagpipes, if anyone can dance to Cat strangling music.

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  9. Cow wow says:

    God bless and keep them! Oh Lord bring forth your truth and give them your courage!

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  10. fanbeav says:

    Great interview! I hope Sydney nails that POS Van Grack to the wall!

    Liked by 19 people

    • guest4ever says:

      I hope Sydney nails ALL those POS to the wall!!! Bastards! (Not to insult any illegitimate babies!)

      Liked by 5 people

      • The Boss says:

        Obama was a bastard.

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        • Republicanvet91 says:

          And still is.

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        • Sherri Young says:

          So was William the Conqueror.

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          • England since the conquest hath known some few good monarchs, but groaned beneath a much larger number of bad ones: yet no man in his senses can say that their claim under William the Conqueror is a very honourable one. A French bastard landing with an armed Banditti and establishing himself king of England against the consent of the natives, is in plain terms a very paltry rascally original. It certainly hath no divinity in it. However it is needless to spend much time in exposing the folly of hereditary right; if there are any so weak as to believe it, let them promiscuously worship the Ass and the Lion, and welcome. I shall neither copy their humility, nor disturb their devotion.

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            • Bowman says:

              William may have been a Bastard but he had been accepted as Duke of Normandy , Only one title below king. He actually had a better bloodline claim than Harold who was 1/2 Norman Viking himself. Harold once singlehanded saved two of Williams men from drowning. It was all in the extended family.
              The previous English King had promised the crown to William. Harold had sworn (admittedly under duress) to be Williams man. Harold was there when the King died and claimed the Kings last words nominated Harold as heir . Others witnessed this but did not hear what was said. Harold seized the Throne. The English Earls either agreed or didn,t argue. William wasn,t strong enough to challenge Harold so he raised an army from all over Europe , promising their leaders land.
              While waiting for William to invade , Harold heard that an army under his brother (who had been exiled) and the King of Norway had landed in the North.. Harold force marched his troops , nearly all infantry , 100,s of miles , destroyed the invading army , then heard William had landed in the South. He force marched back.
              A very bloody battle developed at Hastings with neither side winning but the English holding the high ground. William had cavalry who had fought in the Crusades and adopted saddles with stirrups. These allowed cavalry to charge the enemy with a couched lance and break up a group rather than riding up beside them and stabbing down. Many of his Knights still used the old system wihout stirrups. A group with couched lances broke through Harolds Personal Guard and killed him. (It was NOT an arrow in the eye) Without their Leader the English then lost the battle. Stirups changed history.
              Australian Light Horse Cavalry fighting the Turks in Palestine in the First world War (They were the first Christian Army since the Crusades to liberate Jerusalem ) were known on occasion to use a stirrup iron on a strap as a weapon when on horseback.

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        • G. Alistar says:

          Noted, perhaps more relevant would be the question, “what did Obama know and when did he know it?” If we can get a US Attorney that info from one of the dirty cops who flipped, it would be really interesting. We might even see something that seems sooooo VERY elusive to democrats….accountability.

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          • Dutchman says:

            Two bombshells at least, in this; firstly that Sidney has a ‘fact witness’ as opposed to hearsay about the original 302.
            Second, that they had FBI agents IN THE ROOM, and filing 302’s, during his negotiations with prosecutors.

            Highly unusual, IMHO.

            Athird would be the assertion that the reason Flynn refused to testify in the case against his former partner, which is the reason Prosecutors are giving for withdrawing from the plea agreement, is because they were attempting to suborn perjury, and Flynn refused to go along.

            Since his partner was found guilty, the implication is without his false testimony, prosecutors couldn’t make their case against the partner, AND that if he had gone along, and stated in the conference with Prosecutors;
            “Yes, me and my partner knowingly misrepresented material facts in our FARA applications” not only would that have been perjury, but he wiuld have been falsely admitting to a crime, which the FBI agent would have noted on his 302.

            In other words, even as Prosecutirs were negotiating with Flynn and his first team of lawyers, they were continueing to try to set him up.

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            • margarite1 says:

              Who goes to law school so they can use their license to set-up innocent people?
              Did they really think that by getting Flynn that it would somehow lead to prosecuting DJT who they actually thought was an agent of Putin? Could they have been both this stupid and corrupt? I exempt Weissman from this question since he is clearly a sadist.

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              • Dutchman says:

                Bear in mind, if they went into Govt service, and worked 10 years, their student loans are forgiven.
                And, frankly its pretty obvious any idiot can pass law school.
                Just have to be good at reading and regurgitating.
                Flynn needed to be ‘got’ on his own merits, I think. In addition to taking him out to kneecap PDJT.
                And they knew, damn good and well, from day one that PDJT was no agent of Putin.
                IMHO

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      • ms doodlebug says:

        You really could have left that last statement unsaid. There is no reason or excuse for referring to babies as bastards.

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    • Zy says:

      Person of Swamp?

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  11. chojun says:

    Excellent!

    I know Ms. Powell reads this blog – and to her I say – the integrity of our Republic depends on everything you’re doing here. You’re a Patriot and whether or not you realize it you are fighting to preserve the very essence of Justice that underpins our Constitution. This effort is much, much larger than Mr. Flynn and goes much beyond even the fact that he himself is a decent, honorable Patriot who deserves to have this ordeal put behind him.

    The Special Counsel is fighting for their lives to preserve the status quo. We all depend on you to break it.

    Godspeed, warrior.

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  12. Bogeyfree says:

    So if the DOJ suddenly now drops the case can Sidney still use the WB and name names demanding Barr act on this crime? Or is there only option a civil suit?

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    • My favorite result of that outcome would be that President Trump could appoint Flynn as NSA. (not that he would even want it anymore, but I’d sure love to see him unleashed for draining the swamp)

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    • Dutchman says:

      Bogeyfree,
      Seems to me we MAY be in a situation where the ‘Best’outcome for Gen Flynn is not necesarily the best outcome for MAGA and Sunshine.

      If Van Grack were to decline to Prosecute, Charges would be dismissed and Flynns recourse would be a civil suit, against the,U.S. Government, NOT against the Prosecutors.

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  13. samwise163 says:

    I will say it again…burn it down Sidney!!! Burn it to the m&&@!?@&/%*£ ground! They deserve no quarter. And to add to other Treepers…WHERE IS BILL BARR?

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  14. Bogeyfree says:

    Maybe Sidney should give the next speech at the Federalist Society??

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  15. gda53 says:

    Sidney describes “the political weaponization and destruction of the rule of law …it’s called “lawfare” between 12.00 and 12.30. If you listen to nothing else, listen to this 30 seconds (but you should still listen to the whole thing).

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  16. Bogeyfree says:

    If the Flynn case gets tossed soon can PT add Sidney to his impeachment team?

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  17. Bogeyfree says:

    Please, please PT tweet this out to your millions of followers!

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  18. Perot Conservative says:

    Another Patriot steps forward, or simply an honest person.

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  19. Harvey Lipschitz says:

    Another OH Schiff moment

    Judge not enforcing law for Prosecution to deliver exculpatory evidence and sharp lawyer gets it anyhow.

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  20. Zydeco says:

    Sidney Powell/General Flynn vs. Barr/Van Crack.

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    • G. Alistar says:

      Not helpful…leave Barr out of this. Time will tell.

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      • Dutchman says:

        For you and others who put forth the argument that its “too soon to tell” on Barr, I would ask a serious question;

        How long? What is your personal time limit? A year? 14 months, 16,…etc.

        Also, a # of commenters have posited several different benchmarks or tests,
        ” if Barr doesn’t do this, or dies do this, I will conclude he is swamp”.

        If your personal assessment involves more than stricktly TIME, ……
        WHAT,would be YOUR personal test, or benchmark, after which you would willingly concede “O.k, I eat crow.
        I recognise Barr isa cleaner, not housecleaner!”

        I am honestly curious.

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        • Excellent point, thank you Dutchman for drawing the line in the sand! How much is ENOUGH!

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          • Dutchman says:

            Its a very personal thing, and I respect that. I had a long, delightful exchange of comments recently, with a treeper who is,..not yet ready to ‘give up’ on Barr, but is beginning to doubt.

            I know for me, with Sessions, it was a process. I gradually went from strong believer/defender, to on the fence, to over the fence.
            I honestly can’t remember what it was, that caused me to finally conclude Sessions wasn’t cutting it.
            But, a day or so after I crossed the line, I realised “HUBER! OMG, if Sessions isn’t ‘for real’, than neither is Huber!” And I felt depressed, all over again.

            Its a grieving process, with the 5 stages.Denial, Anger, Bartering, ?, and Acceptance.

            Thats what I went thru, and for each of us, its a journey.

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        • G. Alistar says:

          Perhaps until we see a tweet (like we saw several) from President Trump went for Jeff Sessions that public ally denigrated his horrible decision to recuse himself from the Russia Collusion. Thus far, nothing out of POTUS. Or perhaps until Sidney Powell is done and forces the release of this 302 and multiple other documents which implicates Comey, Brennan, Strozk, McCabe, etc. or perhaps until VanGrack and team stop making a fool of themselves with all their corrupt and criminal legal activities. Or maybe until say, August/September so as to have maximum impact on the 2020 election in November?

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          • Dutchman says:

            And, perhaps PDJT has learned to “hold his fire” a little bit.
            After all, he came into office with NO previous experience as a politician, is a FAST learner, and has “grown in the job”.

            If it doesn’t benefit him, to trash tweet Dan Coates, or Barr, whats the point of doing so?

            Especially if he can’t do anything about it? Just makes him look weak. Best to wait, until he can get the bad apples out, and concentrate on what he CAN do.

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            • Linda K. says:

              I think Barr wants to protect the “Presidency” and the DOJ within the Constitutional system. He stopped the Mueller probe and I think he felt that removing the bad apples from the FBI and CIA would suffice to get the government back on track.
              Hence, we have Wray, and his unfortunate ideas about “bias” training for the FBI and Barr’s support for him. Barr may have explained this to Trump, who gave Barr authority to declassify documents, but Barr is not in any hurry.
              Prosecutions need to happen. The dear little Jessie Liu has to go. This was a criminal enterprise . If Dirty cop Comey, Brennan, McCabe, Yates, Lynch, Strzok, Paige and so on do not face prison time there will be no effective change of culture in these institutions.
              I hope Durham comes back with the goods and Barr has the courage to prosecute. There is really no excuse not to do so.
              Look what they are doing to Trump.They are ruining the country and will succeed if not exposed.

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  21. I have a strong feeling that what has happened to our DOJ and FBI is so egregious that even our amazing Sundance has not yet scratched the surface of the corruption. Very bad things happened and as bad as we think they are (10ks of people being surveilled, coup against a political campaign, illegal spying, ect), I think we will find out that it is much worse.

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    • vikingmom says:

      I fear that you are right and I think Sundance is quite aware of all of it but to drop it on us all at once could be overwhelming…praying there a new revelation every single day of President Trump’s second term, with a new indictment just about as often!

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      • bessie2003 says:

        Early on in President Trump’s first year he made a comment that alluded to the depth of badness within the system, using my words here, but, to the effect he wondered if exposing it would do more harm than good, let it be quietly cleared out and cleaned up or have a rip the bandage off moment and that when hearing him speak of what he discovered realized this may be the biggest decision he ever makes as a President.

        My mind says he’s giving AG Barr the chance to quietly clear up and clean it out, but that, once successfully past this impeachment and having secured a second term, he still has that rip the bandage off option.

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        • vikingmom says:

          I guess my main concern with the “clean it up quietly” option is that it most of the country will not see, and therefore will not accept, the level of corruption that we have all known about for years…if the “monster” is not publicly denounced and destroyed I fear it will be able to spring back to life far too easily!

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        • Yes, I remember him saying that. It’s no fun knowing that this Rotting Carcass of a government is stinking rotten to the very core, but as patriots, we must not un-know it.

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      • So sad for lady liberty, everyday these scum are free is another day Lady Liberty is raped! How much longer before we have damaged her be young repair.

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  22. evergreen says:

    Civil litigation against Strzok, et al, for nefarious/persecutorial acts under color of law?

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  23. JohnCasper says:

    Sidney Powell tis brillig with her slithy toves
    They do gyre and gimble in the wabe
    All mimsy are her borogoves
    And her mome raths do outgrabe

    Sidney Powell took her vorpal sword in hand
    Long time the Deep State foe she sought
    So rested she by an old oak tree
    And stood awhile in thought

    And as in thought she stood
    The Deep State Fascists trying to put the Justice to flame
    Came whiffling through the tugly wood
    Burbling lies and hate as they came!

    One, two! Red, White and Blue!
    Sidney Powell’s vorpal blade will go snicker-snack!
    She will leave their attacks dead, and with their head
    She will go galatphing back

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  24. mr.piddles says:

    Have to say, was looking forward to the long weekend. But this audio just made me angry.

    “It’s the political weaponization and destruction of the rule of law, and it’s aimed at anyone who gets in their way. It’s called Lawfare, apparently, according to the ultra-progressives who have determined that the end justifies the means. And they have taken the powers of the Federal Government and turned it against citizens they do not like, and seek to destroy for their own political purposes.”

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    • Eyes wide open.

      The corrupt Senate would never have appointed Barr if they were afraid he’d come after them for their crimes. Look what happened with Ratcliffe. The fact that he was opposed makes it pretty clear that he would have cleaned ship.

      The only real solution is to get Trump elected in a landslide, get a significant Republican majority in the Senate and replace some of the Rinos/corruptocrats with conservatives. Then we can someone who will drain the swamp, not a bagpiper.

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      • mortgagesforthemasses says:

        Barr didn’t have to be approved by the Senate Intelligence committee under Senators Burr and Warner. His nomination went through the Judicial committee.

        I’m sure there were a few that didn’t want him, but shooting down a qualified nominee who previously serve in that position gets tough to justify or hide from the public.

        Radcliff would not have gotten a committee hearing until 2021, and Trump needed the position filled. It’s easier to hide one’s opposite to a nominee by stalling the committee hearings than actually voting him down. The Senate is all about smoke and mirrors.

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  25. Bogeyfree says:

    I wonder if Sidney might consider representing Julian Assange with regard to how the DNC emails really got to Wikileaks?

    Imagine she blows the Flynn case out of the water and then destroys the Mueller report and Barr’s belief that it was Russians who hacked the DNC server by representing first hand, fact witness Julian Assange.

    Brilliant!!!

    After that can we put her on the Ukraine case?

    (I hope she reads this thread)

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    • mr.piddles says:

      So much Corruption, so little Sidney.

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    • G. Alistar says:

      Not sure but doubtful. Unlike LTG Flynn who was the target of Obama’s Administration, his DoJ and his FBI and an American hero, Julian has some real ethical, moral and legal baggage. Not to mention the international aspect and complexity of his problems. Again, I don’t know.

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  26. jephfree says:

    @12;47 Ms Powell likes Barr but he needs to hurry up. Can some patriot send Barr a pair of nice track shoes 👟 & 5 lbs of Black Rifle Expresso Coffee? Thanks 🙏 MAGA
    Trump 2020

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    • Erik Heter says:

      Yeah, Bill Barr needs to step the F up, stat. I’ve given him the benefit of the doubt so far, but my patience is not infinite. The credibility of our justice system is dangling by a single, rapidly fraying thread, and if Barr lets this case get to a point where a point Flynn needs a pardon, then our justice system and the institutions that are supposed to uphold it will be fatally undermined.

      Either way, Barr is going to go down in history as the most consequential AG in many generations. Whether that’s for good reasons or bad reasons is entirely up to him, and much of it revolves around how he handles this case.

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  27. Shyster says:

    O’conner did he go job in ferreting out that Van Grack is supervised by Jessie Liu; however, I wish he would have delved into who supervises Liu. If Sidney’s response was Barr then we would have a better handle on Barr’s unspoken true intentions. If there is one or more intermediaries between Liu and Barr, then Barr may still be a good guy if he is being misled or otherwise manipulated on the status of Flynn’s case. If anyone has the DOJ organizational chart info, that could also be helpful. Sydney should start cc ing Barr on all the pleadings and motions in the case to hopefully get it under his nose and on his radar.

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  28. mortgagesforthemasses says:

    If you know dirty cops and dirty prosecutors who trying to frame and prosecute an innocent man, do you let them finish their crime before taking them down?

    I don’t know the answer to this. Would they be digging a deeper hole?

    I don’t know if this is happening, but it appears Flynn’s counsel is getting some help, and people higher up in the DOJ and Trump administration fseem uninterested in the Flynn case, though it appears connected to all the other coup crimes.

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  29. Landslide says:

    Sidney Powell, you are doing God’s work. The herculean task you have undertaken is appreciated by every person here. Thank you for showing us what an attorney with integrity, boldness, honesty, brilliance, and class looks like. You are in our prayers. 👍🏻🇺🇸🙏🏼👍🏻🇺🇸🙏🏼

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  30. bessie2003 says:

    Ms. Powell is the living example of what President Trump says – ‘never give up, never ever give up’ for this is how one wins. Prayers continue for a Huge victory for General Flynn.

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  31. islandpalmtrees says:

    The Lawfare Group -says by any means necessary, in order to achieve what they want!

    At what point will we call Lawfare Group by its actions -Treason?

    At what point will the Lawfare Group be treated like any other terrorist organization?

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  32. xcontra says:

    Witness to the original 302? No wonder they are piling furniture, planks and anything they can to impede the honey badger Sidney Powell. She has the shotgun and it is loaded.

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  33. John Davis says:

    I sure hope the whistle blower doesn’t like to play with rope or plastic bags. Those things can be dangerous.

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  34. merrie says:

    the rule of law no longer exists in our constitutional republic. when a common person or conservative lies under oath and when an elite or democrat lies under oath the punishment must be the same. our present “justice” system is two tier. If you are a conservative your doors are kicked in by armed agents and you are sent to jail on trumped up charges. democrats who commit multiple felonies have no consequences. My senators (Wyden & Merkley) are supportive of this two tier system. Is there no recourse?

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    • vikingmom says:

      I am just to your north and my Senators are Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell, both of whom have benefited GREATLY from the aforementioned two-tier system! No reason to change the rules when you and your supporters are the ones with the loaded dice!

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  35. Phil aka Felipe says:

    Judge Sullivan, stop and think for a minute how you will be scorned in Sidney Powell’s next book should you decide deny Gen. Flynn to withdraw the guilty plea.

    The world is watching, ‘Your Honor’.

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    • Erik Heter says:

      If you are appealing to the honor of Judge Sullivan, you are appealing to something that does not exist. He proved that with his ruling on Powell’s motion to compel production of exculpatory evidence.

      He’s either compromised, cowardly, or both.

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      • Sydney’s greatest weapon other than disclosure is still delay. The next untoward thing Sullivan says or does she should move to recuse him. The replacement won’t be better but she can buy some time and keep Flynn out of jail. It is going to take a new judge 6.45 shitloads of work to catch up on the file. If the new judge does not catch up,the greater chance of the new judge commiting reversable error.

        What would be even better if Sullivan refused to recuse himself.

        Sullivan is no damn good.

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  36. Hi, have an interested friend about ‘trillions at stake’ article. (the maga model) Anyone send a link? My computer skill are limited.
    Thanks

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  37. J Gottfred says:

    Flynn’s prosecution is the reason the DOJ/FBI needs to be abolished. That will never happen, but I will never have any respect or cooperate with the DOJ/FBI if asked to in anyway ever again –its just too risky for one like Flynn who loves this country and endeavors to do what is right.

    I am also tired of those critics (Hannity et al) who say the “rank and file” are honorable government employees. The truth is they work for a corrupt agency and need to go too because of that.

    Time to make another donation to the Flynn defense fund. Time to do what is right.

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  38. Bogeyfree says:

    With this new revelation by Sidney, would it surprise anyone if the DOJ comes back and changes their sentencing recommendation from 0-6 months to now ask for 12-18 months of incarceration??

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  39. WSB says:

    “I think the world of Attorney General Barr, but he had better hurry up.”

    Sidney Powell, 1/17/20

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  40. Republicanvet91 says:

    I think it’s truly sad this far into President Trump’s administration that Gen. Flynn and Sidney Powell must rely on a whistle blower to get what should have been provided to them long ago.

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  41. islandpalmtrees says:

    Sidney Powell: “And I’ve now found a witness who says the original 302 did in fact say that Flynn was honest with the agents.”

    HUGE! Attorney Sidney Powell: We Now Have a Witness to the Original 302 Who Says Flynn Was Honest with the Agents (AUDIO)
    by Jim Hoft

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  42. One of the things that has me holding out hope on Barr and Durham is that Sydey Powell is getting some juicy tidbits for ammo in her legal filings from somewhere. Seems Barr and Durham would be a position to know and help. Is it them or someone else?

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  43. William the Comptroller says:

    When is the jilted wife of Strzok, Melissa Hodgman of the SEC enforcement branch, going to be interviewed by ANY media person or lawyer?? Strange that every other adultery scandal has the media camped out in front of the home of the jilted wife for a “scoop”. Who knows what beans she would be willing to spill so as to not sleep with Captain Non-Bias!!! What about the cuckholded hubbie of Gumline Lisa???

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  44. freepetta says:

    Excellent interview. Makes me sick that our overbloated government is out of control! I’ve never seen a worse case of entrapment ever.

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  45. Genie says:

    DOJ released tonight another bunch of 302s from the Mueller investigations, mostly Page and Papadopolous interviews with plenty of redactions:
    http://cdn.cnn.com/cnn/2020/images/01/17/cnn_litigation_4th_release.pdf

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  46. upstate909 says:

    Was it not documented in the Mueller Report that it was Strzok and Pientka who were the interviewers of Flynn?? I don’t see Strzok turning, but didn’t Sundance recently report that Pientka transferred to San Francisco, then disappeared? Is this hide and seek because he filed WB status and turned evidence? Just trying to make sense of this evil web.

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  47. IGiveUp says:

    I am hoping this new whistleblower is somehow kept safe. It pains me to so say it but It takes no great stretch of the imagination to assume powerful people in the present rogue US government will want him/her killed and will have no qualms about trying.

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  48. 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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  49. 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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  50. 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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