President Trump Oval Office Remarks About New Discoveries in Flynn Case….

There is a lot breaking today and we will have MUCH more on breaking developments which includes a release today of the additional 11 pages of information to the Flynn defense team.  The release, when put together with all previously released information, clearly and directly implicates President Obama in the Flynn operation.

In the interim, listen to President Trump remark on the current developments:

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258 Responses to President Trump Oval Office Remarks About New Discoveries in Flynn Case….

  1. treestar1313 says:

    The use of 302s MUST be stopped. Record interviews, because as we see, these 302s are already prejudiced and can easily be manipulated after the fact to fit their current narrative. I tried to find out why the FIB bans the use of recording devices, and this is what I got:

    https://jonathanturley.org/2013/05/11/why-the-fbi-doesnt-record-interrogations/comment-page-2/#comments

    Who can change this? You know Wray won’t. Grennell? President Trump?

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    • dwpender says:

      Congress with the President’s approval could end this nonsense tomorrow by repealing all statutes that make it a crime to lie to federal investigators, unless the accused is under oath and the conversation is recorded and/or officially transcribed contemporaneously.

      Liked by 4 people

    • I would never, under ANY circumstances, talk to the FBI (or police) without an attorney present.

      And THAT is a sad commentary on our justice system.

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      • regitiger says:

        I could make you talk under circumstances I control. I could even make you tell a lie on purpose to save your skin.

        I could do this, because I could just say you did!

        and that folks is how main justice can fu$k you 100 and six ways to sunday!

        are we all starting to understand the real problem now?

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        • TarsTarkas says:

          Or simply keep tabs on you and fabricate an interview at a time you couldn’t account for.

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        • Speak to my attorney, please. Or not. Your choice.

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          • Mr e-man says:

            Or simply answer a couple of quick questions and we go away. If not, then I will handcuff you in front of your family and neighbors and haul you down to jail, put you in with Bubba for a few hours, then have your attorney come down and then you can talk. So a couple of minutes or the whole day, your choice.

            Oh yeah, and I might threaten your son with the same experience, or just come back with Swat and CNN to search your house, or give your life an anal exam for all skeletons in your closet.. If they want you, they can get you. They have power.

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      • guest4ever says:

        The sad commentary is that it’s systemic in our justice system.

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    • JL says:

      All it takes is a challenge in court. If they’re going to convict someone based on a 302, it should be easy as cake for a defense lawyer to destroy it.

      That being said, yes. Get rid of them. And if anyone is being interviewed by the FBI, refuse. If you still decide to, refuse unless you record it yourself. And if it’s a one party consent state, don’t tell them you are doing so.

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    • Linda K. says:

      I just heard on Hannity that early on, Wray promoted Weissman.

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    • Ironclaw says:

      I wonder, does the FBI ban you from making your own recording of the interview?

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  2. Peter Rabbit says:

    VP Pence: Fired Flynn. Hired Fauci.

    Two extraordinary blunders. Only a heartbeat away from the Presidency.

    Scary thought!!

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    • albertus magnus says:

      VSGPDJT: Hired Sessions. Hired Bannon. Hired Wray. Hired Kelly.

      Four extraordinary blunders. Heart that controls the Presidency.

      Your Point?

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    • Dave Radetsky says:

      No, POTUS fired Flynn. And neither Pence nor Trump hired Fauci, he was already working for the government. If you’re saying Pence chose him for the coronavirus task force, what he did was choose the guy in the government with the most credentials for the task. Certainly a bad choice, but we don’t know what was behind it. It could have been POTUS, or it could have been a decision based on Fauci’s position, but Pence did not go out and hire Fauci off the street.

      I’m no supporter of Pence (in fact, I have no opinion of him), but if he were doing such bad things as you imply, then Trump has the perfect opportunity to replace him with reelection at hand. But Trump has chosen to keep him. My guess is that there are a number of reasons, one of which is that POTUS is not dissatisfied with the job he’s done. He became Trump’s running mate because Trump asked the Christian pastors and leaders that he’d brought in for guidance in his campaign and they told him Pence had strong connections to their community and that would help Christians accept Trump even with his past lifestyle. That could very well be why Trump chooses to keep him, too. But there has been no evidence that he’s undermining Trump or hurting the administration. And the fact is that without the Christian vote, we’d not have seen victory in 2016.

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      • TheOtherSean says:

        President Ronald Reagan appointed Dr. Fauci to head NIAID in 1983. As with many NIH appointments, it was an appointment from within. He was retained by five subsequent presidents. Whether Dr. Fauci should be a member of the task force, or have such a prominent role on it, is another matter.

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        • MelH says:

          I watched a TV show yesterday , an interview of the scientist Dr. Judy Mikovits, who has written a book, titled Plague of Corruption, with another esteemed scientist, which sounds like a huge take-down of Fauci. She chronicled his arrest of her because she would not sign off his fake numbers to complete a vaccine for which he was due to make a fortune. The vaccine killed many thousand AIDS patients, she claims, because he left out the last step before it was complete.She’s a pioneer and a whistleblower extraordinaire.

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      • oldumb says:

        I should have refreshed and read your comment before writing mine. Nicely done.

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    • oldumb says:

      Of course he fired Flynn. It was expected and without the proof that we have now, how could he act otherwise? Your hindsight is amazing.

      When did VP Pence hire Fauci? Let me answer for you, he did not. Fauci is in the position of that was brought onto the team. If it was a war committee he would bring in the appropriate generals – he would not hire them.

      The position in the US Government is on the team and Fauci is in that position. Try to understand that.

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  3. fanbeav says:

    Looks like someone got to Judge Sullivan. Too embarrassing for them to have this public?

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    • No one had to “Get To” him. Sullivan sees the mounting swell of outrage that will wash him off the bench if he follows through with their corrupt plan to “Seal the Deal” on the framing of General Mike Flynn, so he’s taking steps to throttle the flow of information. The most serious evidence (that convicts their precious boy-god, Barack Obama) will never be allowed into the sunlight, even if Sullivan has to fall on his own sword to bury it.

      Sydney Powell MAY get what she’s wanted all along:

      An EXONERATION of Mike Flynn, NOT an acquittal.

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      • Dave Radetsky says:

        letjusticeprevail2014 – You’re right, but I am curious how public outrage could “wash him off the bench” because I thought judges had lifetime appointments. If outrage could wash a judge off the bench, then we should get very outraged and wash Amy Berman Jackson off the bench for all the terrible things she’s done, but I think we’re stuck with her.

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        • Beau Geste says:

          Yes, the OODA Loop for both sullivan and the coup plotters is very slow to try to figure out what to do. Events are starting to move too fast for them.

          Sidney is a prominent attorney in a prominent case involving embarrassing evidence of DOJ/FBI and judicial malfunction. She knows how to write compelling arguments that are easily understood by the public. Every new set of evidence that permits General Flynn to raise a new defense, with a new public filing, puts sullivan in the spotlight for delaying and continuing to defend the unethical and corrupt DOJ/FBI behavior. That is not a good spotlight for him…

          So sullivan calls a ‘time out’. Maybe Sidney Powell or General Flynn will get the china virus, or something else will come up. Maybe sullivan thinks he can hold out and keep General Flynn ‘under wraps’ until after the November election. I had a federal case where the judge didn’t want to rule (hoping for ‘settlement’ ?), so waited for almost 3 years after trial and full briefing, before issuing an opinion.

          Meanwhile, despite sullivan’s ‘time out’, I think the pace for revelation of and public exposure of corrupt behavior will accelerate. There is now more than enough evidence before sullivan to free General Flynn. The bias of sullivan’s misplaced hatred (calling Flynn a traitor in open court !!) and his refusal to order production of DOJ/FBI records is plain for all to see from recent records revealed, out of his control. It is highly unusual for federal judges to be impeached, much less to be found guilty. But this is clearly a terrible injustice presided over by sullivan. There may be even more evidence that sullivan protected the DOJ/FBI from producing. His behavior would at least warrant one of those ‘congressional investigations’. This alone is a good reason to work and contribute to Republicans regaining the House (so Nunes and Jordan can head committees) and keeping the Senate.

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        • You’re right about that point. Sullivan COULD be impeached, but that’s unlikely. And, lord knows, these folks don’t often resign even when caught red-handed.

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  4. Acosta is such a weasel. He asks Trump if he regrets firing Flynn in 2017 as if Trump had all the information before the firing that has come out since Sidney Powell took over and did some actual lawyering (which the clowns from Covington & Burling certainly didn’t do). Trump suggests to Acosta that CNN try to cover the exoneration of Flynn honestly. That will never happen.

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    • Zy says:

      Jimmy wants to talk about Flynn on the basis of the 2017 false narrative. Can’t let the sheeple know the current context.

      Dear Diary, Orange Man wouldn’t let me fool him today.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Dave Radetsky says:

      Personally, I think that statement is offensive to weasels. Compared to Acosta and his buddies at CNN, weasels are fine and noble animals.

      Liked by 1 person

  5. Bullseye says:

    Please give General Flynn his 5 minutes in a room with a baseball batt, and Comey Mueller Rosey buente stryok page and a few others. Make that 10 minutes

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Like the old Roman Colloseum battles with fighters having their own weapon of choice.

      How about these coup plotters have some false affidavits, which is their weapon of choice, and General Flynn has the weapons of his profession?

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    • oldumb says:

      Make that 2 minutes

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  6. ChampagneReady says:

    BARR, APPOINT A SPECIAL PROSECUTOR ! ….Nothing could be more right.

    Durham can’t possbily handle all the investigations that need to be done to put a dozen people or more operating under the full definitioin of treason or sedition during the obama crime spree that deserve to be in the federal penitentiary.

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    • Dave Radetsky says:

      I thought it came out a few weeks ago that Durham is hiring prosecutors. It sounds like things are underway.

      Liked by 1 person

    • TarsTarkas says:

      F**k a Special Prosecutor. Just Prosecute.

      Liked by 3 people

    • David says:

      Barr has already said that it was a conspiracy. So expect charges to be conspiracy to violate civil rights and another conspiracy charge that I forget the exact verbiage. So no one is going to be indicted on treason or sedition and was never going to happen. It’s best to be realistic and acknowledge that Obama, Lynch, etc – the top tier will never be charged. I will be happy with the Comey level folks getting their due.

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  7. CharterOakie says:

    POTUS perhaps giving CNN one last lifeline, one last chance to get right before the boom gets lowered?

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  8. JimFromNH says:

    Judge Emmet G. Sullivan turns 73 this year (born 1947).
    I don’t really know how these things work, but I’d guess he’ll work no more than ~3 years at this level, before down-scaling.
    This is probably his last really big case, and the one that will define the rest of his career.
    Were it me, I’d want to leave it on a good note.
    For him, who knows what that entails.

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  9. namberak says:

    I was hoping the first words out of his mouth would be “I don’t need to pardon him because he hasn’t been convicted of anything.” He hasn’t right? I could be wrong but that extorted plea agreement doesn’t constitute a conviction because it’s not been finally adjudicated.

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