Maria Bartiromo Expands on Her Flynn Exoneration Claim – James Baker Notes Highlight FBI Set Up…

Yesterday Maria Bartiromo caused a stir when she tweeted that sources told her “Michael Flynn will be exonerated this week. It was a total fraud. A set up.”

Today, in an interview with Georgia Rep. Doug Collins Ms. Bartiromo expands on what she was told.

Apparently, former FBI chief legal counsel James Baker made notes surrounding the FBI meeting where agent Peter Strzok and agent Joseph Pientka interviewed National Security Advisor Michael Flynn.  According to Bartiromo James Baker’s notes are exculpatory in that they show the intent and purpose of the FBI interview was to set-up Lt Gen. Flynn.

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Baker was removed from his position December 21, 2017, around the same time when James Wolfe was removed from the SSCI.  James Baker resigned from the FBI on May 4, 2018, right in the middle of the 2018 FBI cover-up operations.  When Baker resigned the James Wolfe indictment was hidden & sealed (since March ’18); the Julian Assange indictment was hidden and sealed (since March ’18); and two months later the FBI lied to the FISA court (July 12, 2018).

The in the spring and summer of 2018 the DOJ/FBI was trying to: (1) protect Robert Mueller’s fraudulent investigation; (2) hide their prior corruption, including fisa; and (3) delay everything until the Democrats could take the House in the mid-terms.

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314 Responses to Maria Bartiromo Expands on Her Flynn Exoneration Claim – James Baker Notes Highlight FBI Set Up…

  1. billybob says:

    Anybody arrested today ?

    Liked by 7 people

  2. minnesotamike55 says:

    If in fact the Brady material clearly shows it was a setup/frame job then I think that becomes a watershed event. Flynn gets to talk about it while campaigning. Trust in the FBI is out the window. The American people finally have seen the broken last straw. All the players even remotely connected to this corruption will scurry but not get away. It appears there is revealed a white hat in the Eastern district of Missouri justice. And the best thing is,Trump gets to replay all the media and lefty lies for months. Maybe he’ll even get some juicy Durham indictments for frosting on the re-election cake!

    Liked by 11 people

    • canuckpipes says:

      Exactly, Thye did not think this through very well. There are white knights out there and people who still put righteousness above the mighty dollar. With that said, I hope Flynn makes out like a bandit and brings the legal firm, those involved and the media to the brink of insolvency.

      Liked by 11 people

      • guest4ever says:

        Canuckpipes–I only disagree on one point. I hope General Flynn takes all involved, including especially the media, OVER the cliff of insolvency.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Jederman says:

      “Trust in the FBI is out the window….. .” Yes, they just keep digging. Without rehashing Ruby Ridge, Waco… they have failed to rise to the ethical level required to be loyal public servants.

      If you want to be the premiere LE agency in the country, having all the might without being right doesn’t cut it. If you want to be the premier anything in this world you need premier quality LEADERSHIP that will enforce ethical standards. From the top down.

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    • InAz says:

      “Trust in the FBI is out the window”.
      Because of the virus panic (thanks to Commie Dems and enemedia ) I was excused from federal jury duty because the courts closed.

      I was really hoping to be picked for a jury, and that the case would involve the FBI. I was looking forward to putting in my say of “not guilty” to be a thorn in the side of the FBI.
      I hope I receive another federal jury summons.

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    • ILOT says:

      All that is precisely why I am convinced there WILL be indictments, and I don’t think they will be restricted to low level hacks like clinesmith. Barr knows ONE thing if nothing else and that is that he can not pretend his way out of this. First off PDJT won’t let him. Secondly the electorate knows way too much. Given those 2 things the only way Barr can restore any level of integrity is to make sure some heads roll…THEN rebuild the institution.

      It’s my opinion that Comey had a philosophy of justice that simply does not work. That philosophy is built on relativism…Got that….justice is relative. No need to wonder how we have a two-tiered justice system….

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  3. Zy says:

    If General Flynn is exonerated, does it really happen if the MSM co-conspirators and propagandists don’t report it?

    Liked by 3 people

  4. billybob says:

    Let’s hope that’s not the train the fat controller has got us booked on

    Liked by 1 person

    • Santiago 1314 says:

      Ok, after Bag Pipes like that, I’m ready to Tilt at some Windmills.!!! Sancho; Where is my Spear.???… Off to the DoJ we Go.!!!

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  5. inspectorudy says:

    Remember where these “Trials” will be held and do not expect the same reaction that you see here on this site to be in the jury room there. Even if presented with overwhelming evidence, jurors like the one who was the foreperson in the Roger Stone trial are very prevalent in DC. It happened in the OJ trial and it’s called “Jury Nullification”. It won’t affect the guilty or not plea from Flynn but it will affect the outcomes of any trials of the deep staters.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      At least try for a change of venue. A district that votes 95% one way will never give us a fair trial.

      But we don’t care, even if that’s the result.

      Publicize it all. (The battles we choose.)
      Run up legal bills.
      Make it public.
      Fight the good fight.
      Air the dirty laundry.
      Hope more Whistleblowers come forward.
      Prove the MSM are corrupt.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Johnny says:

        Now I like the way think. Totally destroy their lives, just like they have been doing to people who have supported this President.

        Put the bastards on the street living in soup line.

        Liked by 6 people

  6. Doppler says:

    Margot Cleveland has an excellent explanation if the new Flynn revelations up at the federalist. https://thefederalist.com/2020/04/27/robert-muellers-case-against-michael-flynn-is-about-to-implode/

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    • Ms Cleveland’s article ends with: “With these facts now known, it seems unfathomable that Judge Sullivan will reject Flynn’s motion to withdraw his guilty plea. But Sullivan should do more: He should dismiss the charges against Flynn to make clear that outrageous prosecutorial misconduct will not be tolerated.”

      Not tolerating something and punishing someone for doing something unlawful are two separate things.

      Shouldn’t the good judge legally “charge” Van Grack et al for that prosecutorial misconduct – if it is “illegal”?

      MAGA anyhow – – – while we still can.

      Liked by 6 people

      • mushr45m says:

        Sure
        And Roger Stone should’ve got a new trial.
        These people are sick, twisted, amoral, a$$hats that know they can get aware with murder.
        …they learn from their mentor and leader, KRC.

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    • regitiger says:

      TKS Doppler, It’s a very well researched and written article. Kudos for sharing it!

      Liked by 1 person

  7. Perot Conservative says:

    They do illegal sh-t on a historic level… and take notes about it… and don’t destroy the notes?

    Cognitive Dissonance?

    Liked by 2 people

    • Johnny says:

      I am thrilled he was that stupid.

      Countries brightest minds in FBI and DOJ. What a damn joke.
      Just ordinary crooks hired because of a diploma from some so called higher learning facility.

      How much you wanna bet when their security clearance background was done, that only people that had something in their past to keep hidden were hired. Crooks gotta keep the underlings in line.

      Liked by 3 people

    • PMadison says:

      If this is revealed in the documents that still exist, imagine what bombshells were in the documents that have been destroyed.

      Liked by 3 people

    • andy krause says:

      I think the notes were for personal protection, a bargaining chip.

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    • guest4ever says:

      Perot Conservative—-Pride and stupidity.

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  8. Johnny says:

    Well I believe there will be justice finally served.

    Flynn–exonerated
    Flynn–sues the compound shyte out of his ex law firm for secret agreement with prosecutor.
    Flynn– sues the compound shyte out of FBI
    Flynn– sues the compound shyte out of DOJ.
    Flynn– sues the compound shyte out of fake news
    Flynn– sues the compound shyte out of the leaker of his phone call with Russian Ambassador

    When you sue, you have this thing called discovery. This is when the really good stuff starts coming out.

    When the official exoneration happens and it will, General Flynn will become one of the most dangerous men in a court of law. This man knows where everything goes to get hidden.

    Liked by 5 people

  9. starfcker says:

    The only thing that really surprises me in this case, is that Flynn was so naive to think Covington & Burling would actually represent his interests. He’s been in DC a long time, he knows the players, and he knows who they play for. And he knows what the game is about. Honestly, the only person whose actions have surprised me since the beginning was Jeff Sessions. Didn’t have a hint that he was bad. Everyone else is pretty much behaving in the way that I would expect them to do. Sidney Powell has been amazing. Reminds me of Johnny Cochran in the OJ trial. A lawyer who actually looked out for his client. It’s a shame they are so few and far between.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Johnny says:

      The law firm that prepared his FARA Filing. They were paid to prepare his paperwork so he would not be criminally liable for any work he was doing.

      Just so happens to be the law firm that is representing the General against the crooks on the Mueller team. Which is why he will own that lawfirm for making a secret agreement with the crook prosecutor office.

      Well during discovery, if he sues the law firm and Ex General Attorney Eric Holder name starts popping up in communications it will be Katie bar the door.

      Liked by 4 people

    • canuckpipes says:

      Very good post reminds me of the poker saying; “if after ten minutes at the table if you can not spot the sucker, then it is you.” Why did no one appraise Flynn of the connections of C&V? Also, C&V must have known that once Flynn switched firms and retained Sydny Powell that they would be exposed and tough times (fin) lay ahead for them.

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    • OmegaManBlue says:

      Most people think if you pay lawyers millions of dollars to do work for you they are properly defending you. This wasn’t some public defenders.

      Liked by 2 people

      • G. Alistar says:

        And….in Flynn’s vocation, men and women of integrity in the Armed Forces operate on trust, honesty and a man’s word is his bond…..Flynn’s profession and his Army, is not deep state, corrupt hooligans like we see with the like of Strozk, Page, Comey and McCabe. And especially, Senator Mark Warner, D, Virginia.

        Liked by 1 person

    • cheering4america says:

      If you look up General Flynn on Wikipedia he is STILL listed as a Democrat. He has been a Democrat all his life; he probably couldn’t believe that they would treat one of their own so to speak in such a manner.

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    • guest4ever says:

      Star–I don’t think General Flynn was so naive to think C&B would actually represent his interests. I don’t think he did know the players, except on a very superficial basis. He was not an attorney, and they were not honest or in the military. I think he just accepted the recommendation he got from someone and trusted them to do their job. Well, now he should own every single one of them, and burn that entire business, C&B to the ground!

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  10. Shyster says:

    SUNDANCE – I think Maria was referring to the other James Baker in the office of Net Assessment (or some other agency, not sure) who I think was the same guy paying Halper. THE ONE WHO ALLEGEDLY SAID “Take the kill shot”. That James Baker.

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  11. berniekopell says:

    Hopefully the drip drip about from the demise of the Flynn case is a sign that James Baker has flipped, or is at least cooperating with Bull[dog] Durnham, although that appears implausible given Baker’s multiple cable (ahem, propaganda) appearances on CNN/MSNBC.

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  12. thinkwell says:

    According to the Gateway Pundit, Judge Sullivan will file his response to General Flynn’s motion to dismiss on Monday May 4. Flynn attorney Sidney Powell’s counter-response must then be filed within two days. Judge Sullivan may choose to respond earlier (this week).

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    • OmegaManBlue says:

      He will screw Flynn again.

      Liked by 1 person

      • guest4ever says:

        OmegaMan—You think so? With Sidney Powell, THE bulldog, on his case? With all the publicity, even if it’s not MSM? I’m not so sure he’s that stupid, unless, of course, he has an offer he can’t refuse and stay alive.

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    • Proud American from Texas says:

      The title of the article is mis-leading. The government must reply to the motion by May 4th. Flynn’s response to government’s reply is due by May 6th. This was further down in the article.

      Liked by 1 person

  13. jus wundrin says:

    People need to literally hang for this.

    Liked by 6 people

  14. Aspade says:

    I think the key here is that this General Flynn debacle has opened all the conspirators to both CRIMINAL and CIVIL action.

    Any crimes that are evidenced when the wash comes out make individuals who “should have known better” criminal.

    Also, people operating outside the scope of their sworn duties open themselves to civil liability and any public statements become malicious in nature. Anything that was recorded in court proceedings. Anything said on video, quoted exactly in articles, written online or email or text. Because Flynn suffered financial, reputation and other losses, people could and should be held responsible.

    Liked by 5 people

    • mr.piddles says:

      Please nail Andrew McCabe’s lyin’ schemin’ balls to the wall with a Civil Suit. A big one. Big lawsuit… big nail.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Randolph Scott says:

      It would be nice to see Flynn sue Mccabe so damn hard that Flynn even gets all the money mccabe received from the go fund me morons. After all of mccabes possesions are taken from him then hang that sonofabitch.

      Liked by 1 person

  15. Patriot1783 says:

    Find another spot for O’Brien, give Flynn back his job which was stolen from him and watch dem heads explode.

    Liked by 4 people

  16. CNN_sucks says:

    Sue them all Gen. Flynn. Get every penny.

    Liked by 5 people

  17. appraisher says:

    General Flynn’s case will be quietly tossed, the MSM will continue to to bury it, the FBI and other “intel” agencies will go back to their jobs, Lawfare will continue going after Trump, and Barr will parade around his bedroom in his kilt (sans Tighty Whities).

    The Swamp is too Deep…nothing will change,

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    • CountryDoc says:

      Thanks for your hope and optimism. On what factual basis do you make this prediction. I know the history and progression of the swamp and lawfare — but things are changing. There are less places to hide, more empowered patriots reviving their faith and willing to answer to the call for soldiers and defenders.

      Liked by 4 people

      • CountryDoc says:

        Yes, there should be a /s after the first sentence.

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      • appraisher says:

        I’ve been around the block a few times in my 71 years, so I know a Slow Walk when I see it. We held our breath when Killary was in front of Congress, knowing she’d be brought to justice, same with the IG’s report, same when Barr was appointed. There’s enough evidence out there to indict half of the FBI, intel directors, congress and the Southern District of NY…but I don’t see any orange jumpsuits.

        Are you seeing a pattern yet?

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        • CountryDoc says:

          I see the pattern. But I also see consistent disruptive patterns in a new player on the block. If we go by the patterns, I agree with you If we allow hope for a difference as a result of a disrupter, there is evidence for a change this time — expecially if public opinion results in different players being present in positions of power.

          I’m a little more than a decade behind you. There were patterns the British wouldn’t change, Russia wouldn’t change, but a rag tag band of Patriots with faith, determination, and the willingness to pledge their lives, fortunes and sacred honor did change things.

          Sunlight has a powerful effect on Covid. It also has a powerful effect in a Republic, even when the host is sick.

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    • Brutalus says:

      If it’s tossed, then we have a responsibility to be loud about it

      Liked by 3 people

    • swampfox999 says:

      Time to off ourselves then? That attitude is self defeating.

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      • appraisher says:

        Eight years of Obama lawlessness and 3+ years of a coup. I’ll be optimistic when I see indictments. Talk’s cheap.

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  18. SamlAdams says:

    Until I hear the sound of some fine lengths of hemp being shock loaded, this is just talk.

    Liked by 2 people

  19. arsumbris says:

    If Flynn is exonerated, it starts the dominoes falling. The logical implications of exonerating him have always meant that the government behaved criminally. There was never a way to spin it or cover it up. They have to move ahead with prosecutions if Flynn walks, and it implicates the FBI, CIA, NSA, Congress (both parties), the DNC, and the Obama White House.

    That’s why it’s taken so long to free Flynn, because he’s the pin on the Big Grenade.

    Liked by 4 people

  20. nimrodman says:

    Sidney Powell on with Hannity right now
    … he’s doing most of the talking

    Liked by 1 person

  21. L4grasshopper says:

    Sidney Powell On Hannity right now!

    Liked by 1 person

  22. swampfox999 says:

    When will these seditionists be indicted for their crimes?

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  23. nimrodman says:

    apropos of “trust in FBI goes out the window” …
    Gen Flynn better stay clear of windows himself

    If Flynn goes away, all these thorny problems for the conspirators go away too

    Liked by 2 people

  24. Troublemaker10 says:

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  25. jay says:

    Please Buy Flynn’s book. It is a page turner. Help support this brave American.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. viator2 says:

    The vast majority of the American elite rely only on the NYT and WaPo, and those outlets that rehash The Times and Post. Very little of what is covered on the Tree House or similiar sources penetrates their consciousness.

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  27. David Mitchell says:

    Just a small point, the abbreviation for an Army Lieutenant General is LTG (AF is Lt Gen, Marine Corps is LtGen). I spent the most painful 18 months of my AF career in a major command protocol office and it was death if ya ever got this wrong…I cringe to this day if I see military grades abbreviated incorrectly.

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  28. The in the spring and summer of 2018 the DOJ/FBI was trying to: (1) protect Robert Mueller’s fraudulent investigation; (2) hide their prior corruption, including fisa; and (3) delay everything until the Democrats could take the House in the mid-terms.

    Pretty big gamble on taking the House, unless they knew without a doubt that they would.

    That leads one to think that they was a coordination of powers that would lead to the desired outcome. That the votes that were cast were ignored, and the hand dealt was stacked.

    This is visceral proof of voter fraud.

    How else would they know to play their hands the way they did?

    Liked by 1 person

  29. SummerSoldier says:

    Gen. Flynn would make a terrific head of the FBI !!! Paybacks!

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