Sidney Powell Responds to Latest Political Efforts of Judge Sullivan…

Lou Dobbs interviews defense attorney Sidney Powell to discuss the latest political efforts of DC Judge Emett Sullivan to target her client, Michael Flynn.

The bizarre twists and turns in this case are befuddling.  The prosecution and the defense have agreed to drop the case; however, the judge -signaling he is a member of the resistance- wants to continue the prosecution to generate maximum political damage.

This entry was posted in 1st Amendment, 4th Amendment, 6th Amendment, Activist Judges, AG Bill Barr, Big Stupid Government, Decepticons, Deep State, Dept Of Justice, Donald Trump, FBI, media bias, Occupy Type Moonbats, Professional Idiots, propaganda, Spygate, Spying, THE BIG UGLY, Uncategorized, USA. Bookmark the permalink.

451 Responses to Sidney Powell Responds to Latest Political Efforts of Judge Sullivan…

  1. railer says:

    Deep State does not want the evidence to come forth, so eventually this will peter out, even if it takes years. Strzok and Pientka had a report from that interview w Flynn, and it’s never been seen by the public, but it’d have to be presented eventually in order to prove anything, and as there was no underlying crime the “lying to the FBI” nonsense means little in any event.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Hoop says:

      Techno Fog @Techno_Fog · May 8

      Has prosecutor Van Grack lied to Judge Sullivan: The govt has provided all Brady Evidence. The government has not “suppressed evidence.” [All this turned out to be false.].
      And

      Van Grack: Flynn interview critical to FBI Trump Russia Collusion case
      ALSO
      Van Grack: Flynn interview “UNTETHERFED” from Trump Russia Collusion case.

      Liked by 5 people

      • hokkoda says:

        I have a feeling that Powell is going to do something like this in her next filing, and I also have a feeling that Sullivan is going to roll her into the contempt and perjury accusations too because she is guilty of the crime of accurately quoting the prosecution and the judge.

        I hope she adds in Sullivan’s statement to Flynn about selling out his country and asking Team Coup if they considered charging Flynn with treason.

        Like

      • crikey9 says:

        Exactly what they did to Ted Stevens…Matthew Friedrich lied to Sullivan in exactly the same way and Stevens was found guilty BUT for a whistle blower FBI agent Chad Joy Sullivan would never have done anything about the brady violations Freidrich and his team withheld…interesting to learn Matthe2 Friedrich is now a big wig with Cognizant…

        Like

    • avocadodipp says:

      And that is the idea – to keep all this going as long as possible. The Deep State does NOT want Flynn in front of a televised Senate committee investigation telling everything he knows about the Obama Administration. They are desperately trying to keep Flynn away from the cameras. While he is tied to the Court, Flynn can’t talk.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Leroy says:

    Sullivan seems to be a John Roberts sort of judge. He seeks balance. He doesn’t want one side or the other to be too victorious. Truth and justice are secondary to him.

    Liked by 2 people

    • I see Sullivan as a sock puppet of Black Muslim Obama (Black Muslim meaning revenge-minded black racist, with delusions of superiority — as opposed to the many enlightened blacks who are not, either racist or Muslim).

      Sullivan does not walk alone, so to speak…he has the voices of his Obama cult elders in his head (and clearly Obama himself, with his introduction of Obama’s mistaken “perjury” charge into his cant), which causes him to do juvenile things like yell out “traitor!” in open court (which should have immediately ended his career, so all that is now happening is just extended avoidance behavior, by everyone on both sides).

      I wrote here before, they should have sent in Marshals to arrest Sullivan, and Obama as well, after their latest little two-step, I still think that would be best, all around. Everybody with any semblance of authority needs to stop dancing around and just pull the trigger on little traitors like Sullivan (in his case, a traitor to the ideas of justice and law).

      Liked by 5 people

    • JamesD says:

      Roberts is black mailed. We know he was on the database (HAMMER) that Dennis Montgomery had. Montgomery turned over 47 hard drives of survelience data the Deep State had collected on Americans. The DOJ official overseeing the Hammer investigation was Deborah Curtis, who later was the lead prosecutor against Flynn, until she suddenly resigned and was replaced by Van Grack. Curtis covered up the HAMMER investigation.

      Liked by 1 person

    • mikeyboo says:

      Sullivan is not looking for balance. He is looking to keep the light from shining on his own corruption. HIs public torture of Gen Flynn, EVEN AFTER THE DOJ HAS DROPPED THE CASE, deserves the harshest penalty. This judge should be imprisoned with the most degenerate prisoners as he has shown himself to be of the same character.

      Like

    • mikeyboo says:

      He seeks balance? Maybe he just wants to avoid being taken for a walk in Fort Marcy Park.

      Like

  3. Jeffrey Coley says:

    The Deep State has made it clear: They are loyal not to the Constitution, or the United States, but to Barack Obama personally. To them he is is their president for life.

    Time to stop sweeping the corruption under the rug. Quit letting traitors off the hook by allowing them to resign or firing them. They are not interested in protecting “muh beloved instatooshins” from embarrassment. DROP THE HAMMER ALREADY!

    Start by re-examining all of Jessie Liu’s “declined to prosecute” cases, starting with James Comey and Andrew McCabe. General Flynn was ambushed by men he took to be colleagues; and then coerced into a guilty plea on the basis of a transcript nobody has seen, and the testimony of a man fired for lying and falsifying evidence. Comey and McCabe both committed far worse examples of the very same crime. THROW THE BOOK AT THEM.

    If they’re able to walk around boasting they’ve never been charged, it only makes President Trump look like a fool and lends credence to their assertion that they’re innocent patriots being persecuted for speaking truth to power.

    Liked by 12 people

    • No one could have said this better. Nice job Jeff.

      “If they’re able to walk around boasting they’ve never been charged, it only makes President Trump look like a fool and lends credence to their assertion that they’re innocent patriots being persecuted for speaking truth to power.”

      Liked by 1 person

      • I disagree that it makes President Trump look like a “fool” and once ALL the shit really hits the fan perhaps y’all will understand why.

        He has been educating the people that don’t come to the Treehouse, that don’t watch news per se (all fake), or DO watch news that’s all fake.

        He is getting the people behind him with an actual and factual understanding of just exactly WHY these people must be prosecuted to the hilt.

        Have a good one…

        Liked by 3 people

        • Respect your opinion.
          However, the DOJ letting the perps walk, does NOT look good for the Boss – imho.
          Have a better one!

          MAGA

          Liked by 2 people

        • jeffsn4 says:

          We’ll be lucky if 5% of the sh*t hits the fan. “ALL”? Come on now.

          Like

        • Jeffrey Coley says:

          That’s some trusty-planner stuff right there, to explain the inaction. The fact is the coup plotters had a lot of political support and have been skillful at using “investigations” to shield their seditious conspiracy which is why it has been so difficult for the President to act.

          Have you already forgotten, the House Democrats impeached him over absolutely nothing at all just a few months ago? That’s powerful backup.

          However, with the passage of time President Trump has grown stronger, and the coup plotters and their patrons in Congress are getting weaker. Their brazenness is growing, which makes it more difficult for an elder statesman like Barr to allow the bad actors to quietly resign and retire (one hopes, anyway.) They hope to force President Trump and Barr into acting in a manner that they will spin as authoritarian, dictatorial, and anti-American values.

          We shall see.

          Like

    • It is not just that they are not loyal to the Constitution or the United States, it is that they are not loyal to ANY law. They are in fact deliberately disloyal.

      Law is just rules of polite behavior, and in their “transformation” cult zeal, they do not feel obliged to abide by any such rules. They have gone feral.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Jeffrey Coley says:

        Obama says “Hillary Clinton made some bad decisions with her email server, but she had no intent ..” Three months later James Comey holds a press conference and says “… she made some bad decisions, but there was no intent …” Completely misstating the applicable law, but perfectly regurgitating what Obama told him to say.

        Obama comes out on a “leaked conference call” with “alums” from his administration (WTF is that? What ex-president has conference calls with the “alums” from his administration? It’s clear, Obama is running a shadow government here.)

        But I digress. Obama says, “Damn the DOJ dropping charges, Flynn confessed and the court should go ahead and sentence him.” Within a day the judge comes out and perfectly regurgitates what Obama said.

        These deep state termites are loyal to Obama, personally. He says jump and they don’t even ask “how high” they just start jumping for all they’re worth until The One says “stop.”

        Liked by 1 person

        • bathhouse barry’s “shadow government/presidency” has already been exposed and destroyed. Sure, “they” are still trying to undermine our NATION and our President, but it’s futile and the entire world is being exposed to his and their crimes.

          It’s taken a long time to get to this point because it is also a literally GLOBAL effort that the President and his team have undertaken, but get there we will and it will all stick and with punishments based on solid convictions because it has all been done correctly and the people will back it up with demand.

          Liked by 2 people

      • mikeyboo says:

        Not only are they disloyal to “the law”. They are disloyal to the United States and We The People. This kind of bull chit is what started both the American and the French Revolutions. Makes patriots real sentimental about the days of the guillotine.

        Like

    • DP111 says:

      Jeffrey Coley says:The Deep State has made it clear: They are loyal not to the Constitution, or the United States, but to Barack Obama personally.

      This is beginning to look like Mein Fuhrer.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Jeffrey Coley says:

        Remember how disgusted they all were when they claimed President Trump was asking them for allegiance to HIM personally?

        They always accuse us of what they’re doing.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Jan Pauliny-Toth says:

      Please do not use that Ebonic phrase.
      Ah bes speakin truf to powwa…

      Like

  4. TopCat says:

    The latest irony in this story – Obama’s call to arms was a leak. Russia story built on leaks. At least they are consistent.

    Like

    • Jeffrey Coley says:

      Leak my ass: It was intended to be released. All part of the propaganda campaign. Obama speaks; retired judge writes editorial; trial judge suddenly decides to have retired judge cum editorialist make an amicus brief.

      Liked by 1 person

      • But NONE of it is working/will work. Period!

        Liked by 1 person

      • SickOfItAll says:

        You nailed it. The trusty the planners have said Hanks, Oprah would be arrested under the guise of the CV along with every sick evil person in the world- Oh and the Rothschilds too. They still think GHWBush was taken to Guantanamo Bay, and 10 days of darkness. Travis View admitted it is leftists trolling the Q nuts. Then dumbassed Hannity goes and wears that ugly PAIN skull pin. Hannity is probably stupid enough to believe Q.

        Like

  5. old white guy says:

    Have a sheriff go to the judge’s court with a warrant for his removal from the bench for violating the protections and freedom of a U S citizen.

    Like

  6. Comrade Mope says:

    If Flynn committed perjury, the Covington & Burling lawyers will be needing a defense attorney for suborning perjury- they recommended Flynn take the deal and lie under oath that he was guilty. I recommend Sidney Powell.

    Liked by 6 people

  7. cdnintx says:

    Can someone explain how a retired judge can be allowed to submit the Amicus Curiae? He is retired? Also, if this is pushed through against Flynn can Sidney go all the way up to the Supreme Court if needed?

    Liked by 1 person

    • MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

      I know nothing but I would think just the next level of appeal will end this deal in victory. Sullivan is out of bounds while throwing his Hail Mary on behalf of the Obama’s Cabal.

      Sidney’s statement on Barr is more important from my seat.

      Liked by 1 person

    • jaggggg says:

      Some federal judges still hear some cases….I have friend who just retired and he does that.

      Like

    • hokkoda says:

      By “inherent power” Sullivan means “I’m a judge, I do what I want.”

      Liked by 2 people

  8. Gary Lacey says:

    Really surprised the Judge hasn’t put a gag order on defense attorney Sidney Powell?!

    Like

  9. hokkoda says:

    Re: John Gleeson in 2013, from
    foxnews.com, Lol:

    “The government has absolute discretion to decide not to prosecute,” Gleeson wrote at the time. “Even a formal, written agreement to that effect, which is often referred to as a ‘non-prosecution agreement,’ is not the business of the courts.”

    Gleeson went on to say that “the government has near-absolute power under [the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure] to extinguish a case that it has brought.” He cited Rule 48(a), which says: “The government may, with leave of court, dismiss an indictment, information or complaint.”

    This is QUICKLY devolving into a farce. Sullivan is doing exactly what Progressives always do: accuse Flynn of doing what they are doing. Brandon Van Grack lied to the Court. Several times! In doing so, he made Sullivan look like a jackass. I truly think Sullivan has cracked, and that he’s throwing haymakers at smoke in a dark room hoping something connects.

    Liked by 4 people

    • fractionalexponent says:

      Hokoda, I see what you’re saying, but looks to me that, in the phrase “…with leave of court..”,
      “leave” in that usage is a noun, and means “permission” and translates to “with permission of the court”.

      So judges have some freedom to ignore the executive branch, and in this case Sullivan chose to prolong the persecution of Flynn.

      Liked by 1 person

      • hokkoda says:

        I agree that there is always an “out” they’ll carve for themselves, but it just exemplifies that Sullivan is really stretching. I’ve noticed he has not once really acknowledged the voluminous amounts of new information sent by Jensen. It’s one thing to cry “political interference”…it’s quite another to ignore anything people send you that might puncture your bubble.

        Like

      • Jeffrey Coley says:

        As I heard some lawyer explain on a TV show, “with leave of the court” is there to prevent proprietorial shenanigans: For example, a case where the defendant wants the plea deal, but the prosecutor is playing games and wants to dismiss/re-indict for a do-over on the charges.

        Basically the equivalent of giving a football team the option to decline a penalty if they like the outcome of the play.

        Like

  10. hokkoda says:

    I had an old college buddy call me up yesterday with an interesting theory. The government still has not produced a recording of the Flynn/Kislyak call. To my knowledge, no transcript has been made public (could be wrong, but I haven’t seen it). There are questions about how the FBI got a domestic surveillance warrant against Flynn with zero evidence of a crime. So, where did they get the call intercept and transcript? A foreign government. Either a Five Eyes collection, or the Russians.

    I don’t know. But I’ve always found it sketchy that everything I’ve ever read about the call starts with “According to an official who has seen it…”

    This goes to an argument I’ve been making out on the Prog Blogs for awhile. If the FBI would edit a 302 to change Flynn’s interview into a lie, what’s to stop them from editing a transcript, especially when there’s no recording.

    We don’t just need the transcript, and the recording, we need the source.

    Liked by 3 people

    • mac says:

      hokkoda,

      302s are why one should NEVER talk to the Fibbies. In the 21st Century those worthless bastards are STILL taking handwritten notes that they can “write up” later to say what THEY want the interview to contain, not what actually happened. Corrupt to the core and absolutely disgusting. They have taken this law and order conservative and made him so distrustful of police in general that I wouldn’t believe them any more than I would the New York Slimes. I wish we could simply disband the FBI and the BATFE and do so with prejudice, meaning no former member of those organizations would be allowed to ever work in a government position ever again. They’re little better, if any at all, than the Stasi or the KGB.

      Liked by 1 person

    • L4grasshopper says:

      Interception of calls by any Russian Ambassador is “run of the mill” tasking for NSA.

      Standard procedure for the handling of proper surveillance on foreign targets like Kisylak when any communication involves ant US citizen is to “mask” the identity of that US citizen in any and all reporting on any such communication.

      So to your question about how the FBI got a copy of the call and/or transcript of any call probably involves the counter Intel division at the FBI who would naturally be involved in such surveillance…especially when a foreign target is actually in the US like an ambassador.

      And this is where it gets…interesting. Someone at FBI witting to the call(s) with Flynn told others at FBI….and triggered the requests by all manner of people in the Obama Administration to request anything that had Flynn involved….the “unmasking”.

      Like

    • jvd2014 says:

      Excellent point. According to notes filed with the DOJ motion to dismiss, Sally Yates showed the transcript of the call to Pence, after which Flynn was fired for misleading him. But neither the transcript nor the recording has been given to the defense, and apparently Flynn’s original lawyers never demanded them. And never saw the FD-302, either. So I hope Barr/Dunham get the transcript and compare it with the original recording. Indeed, this may have already happened. Note that Pence recently praised Flynn. The possibility of a doctored transcript is definitely in play.

      Liked by 2 people

      • crikey9 says:

        I would never trust Pence….who knows if Yates had to show him anything…..He may be part of the insurance policy. Remember there was a site ready to go live Pussygate weekend for a Pene-Ryan ticket if Trump dropped out

        Like

  11. revarmegeddontthunderbird says:

    It’s sickening to see Clapper and Obama’s Muslim pal Brennan on tv and no one asks them why they were on tv for 3 years claiming Russia, Russia, Russia and under oath they swore there was no evidence of POTUS or anyone associated with him colluding with Russia or any foreign government.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. hilton33 says:

    If a crime is committed, but the media doesn’t report it, did it really happen?

    Liked by 3 people

    • L4grasshopper says:

      Flip side…..if the media reports that a crime was committed, even when it did not happen, is it still a crime? (Russia collusion; Ukraine; etc.)

      Liked by 1 person

    • jeffsn4 says:

      Nope, it’s just a “debunked conspiracy theory”.

      Like

    • Brutalus says:

      We are the media, too…stop giving the alphabet media so much credit

      Like

      • regitiger says:

        agreed,\\\…we are investigative agents….tracker of truth..spreaders of fact..and collectors of evidence…we are publishers….

        we deserve all the credit (and the penalties) of our own life work…no one else.

        honesty is it’s own reward

        Like

  13. Rick says:

    Why is it so hard to impeach bad judges?
    I like the idea of spreading out all our DC Institutions far and wide throughout the US. These creatures make dishonest jurors, there is no justice in DC.

    This judge should have been impeached.

    Liked by 2 people

  14. trumpdynasty says:

    Read Powell’s response to Obama at SidneyPowell.com A good read !

    Like

  15. islandpalmtrees says:

    A different view.

    What if the Deep State, is desperate to prevent Michael Flynn from reentering the political war by using DC Judge Emett Sullivan? Michael Flynn is still, just as much of a threat now, perhaps even more, to the Deep State, since he has reason to settle the score with the coup plotters.

    How would you react, if you were Michael Flynn? What should the coup members be expecting?

    NOTHING GOOD!

    Like

  16. OldParatrooper says:

    The United States need the Flynn case to linger until the relevant documents are declassified and published (Original 302, OCONUS Lures, tasking of Halper re: Flynn, etc). If Sullivan were to reverse course and dismiss the charges, the resistance cells in the DOJ could argue the point was moot and keep those documents hidden.

    That may be tough on Flynn, but he’s an Airborne Ranger who ran Intel at JSOC. Tough is everyday to him.

    Like

  17. California Joe says:

    Have dealt in court with four black federal judges in Miami and Fort Lauderdale all them were horrible! One in Fort Lauderdale who passed away had a semblance of intelligence and integrity but the three in Miami were Affirmative Action appointments and had no idea what they were doing and were typically “undercover defense attorneys”. The most recent one is an openly gay activist and former public defender appointed by Obama. How would you like to go to trial with him on the bench?

    Like

  18. Just one.
    Only one.
    If AG Barr would indict and try just one individual where there is irrefutable evidence that person has lied under oath that’s punishable by a 10 year sentence – then it would start a tsunami of people lining up to spill their guts.
    In fact, it would be better if he could indict one every day or two……..

    Liked by 3 people

  19. ImpeachEmAll says:

    We are living during bazaar times…

    Liked by 1 person

  20. crikey9 says:

    I feel deep sympathy for Mike Flynn and Sidney Powell. Sidney Powell wrote Licensedto Lie (read it) in which she praised Emmet Sullivan for being on the right side and dismissing the conviction of Sen Ted Stevens. As I read the book I found Emmet Sullivan anything bur a hero. He was the judge on that case and allowed to case to proceed in the face of motion after motin requestin Brady information…But for the last honest FBI agent Chad Joy Stevens would have had to fight for redress of the conviction without the solid knowledge that the prosecution suppressed Brady material and lied to the court over and over that they had provided “everything they were required” Emmet Sullivan saw the writing on the wall and acted as if he was horrified but he wasnt. He colluded with the prosectution to have Stevens found guilty and change the balance of power in the Senate

    Like

    • Jimmy Jack says:

      Maybe George Webb was right when he believed Flynn is part of the takedown of Trump and the coverup of NATO run ratlines. That would explain the scenario that you just laid out.

      Idk if Webb is still supporting that early theory of his. I’m too tied up to keep up daily. I do know his beliefs about Covid keep turning out to be correct and it’s so bad it’s hard to digest.

      Like

    • John Taylor says:

      Ya, in the end it was a little too little and little too late late, for Stevens anyway.

      Like

  21. crikey9 says:

    https://sidneypowell.com/media/open-memorandum-to-barack-obama/

    Go Sidney Powell ….response to obama’s quelle horreur at DOJ dismissal

    Like

  22. crikey9 says:

    Remember Matthew Friedrich coming out to crow to the press that his team had gained a conviction in the Sen Ted Stevens case. And nowhe is working for Cognizant. https://www.cognizant.com/about-cognizant/leadership-team/matthew-friedrich

    Like

  23. Jimmy Jack says:

    The twists and turns aren’t as befuddling when one realizes the extent to which the Obama cabal and they deep state are willing to go to protect their ongoing ratlines and to cover their multitudinous crimes and treason.

    Eventually this will lead to the machinations of NATO and the globalists, their ratlines and dark money and treason beyond comprehension.

    Like

    • The Phantom Stranger says:

      Correct. The globalists have abandoned all pretense of morality. It is by any means necessary they want their agenda implemented across the world.

      Like

  24. crikey9 says:

    If you read Licensed To Lie you will see that this cast of characters has been Deep State since the 90s…..they all switch titles move in and out of the same lawfirms….you have follow who they have marriedor you will not understand the depth and breadth of the incestuous criminal Deep State…here is an example

    https://dailycaller.com/2019/01/10/mueller-protege/

    Like

    • SickOfItAll says:

      Thanks I need to read licensed to lie. I know Mueller and Barr are long time swampers. Sorry, but Barr will do the bare minimum. Barr & Mueller are close friends IRL.

      Like

  25. Jeffrey Coley says:

    I can’t help but notice, the judge and Obama have something in common.

    Like

  26. Tl Howard says:

    Bongino thinks he has it: https://bongino.com/

    Liked by 1 person

  27. GTOGUY says:

    We are now learning that someone requested that Kislyak be targeted for spying in order to catch Michael Flynn on the phone call. The name for that request is (redacted). This is from testimony of Andrew McCabe in 2017 transcripts. Apparently, on Dec 28 2016 Obama removed 35 Russians (spies) from a property in Maryland and ejected them from our County. He also knew that Michael Flynn was in the D.R. at the time on vacation and that the Russian Ambassador would surely call him to see what could be done. That is why there was no “unmasking” record of Dec 29th 2016. They already knew who was on the phone and there was only one number dialed to the DR by the Ambassador.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. Jeffrey Coley says:

    Just to make sure, I looked up the reason why Obama fired Gen. Flynn as head of the DIA.

    Flynn was critical of the Obama Administration’s strategy to fight radical Islam. Instead of treating the threat as a handful of crazies, Flynn considered radical Islam a hostile competing ideology and advocated total war against it as we had fought communism.

    In other words – Flynn advocating fighting and winning, not appeasing and submitting. So he had to go. Any enemy of Islam is an enemy of Obama.

    Liked by 2 people

  29. crikey9 says:

    If you follow the rogues gallery and those involved in the corrupt Enron, Arthur Anderson, Merrill Lynch and Polar Pen cases and read Licensed to Lie. You may not know thar Chris Wray was involved and in control……

    Mr. Wray helped lead the Department’s efforts to address the wave of corporate fraud scandals and restore integrity to U.S. financial markets. He served on the President’s Corporate Fraud Task Force and oversaw the Enron Task Force and other major fraud investigations, both around the country and internationally.

    Like

  30. olesmithy says:

    Surely Sullivan knows that asking amici briefs and asking Gleeson to present an argument for a perjury charge is beyond the pale. The legal basis for rejecting Sullivan is very clear. Two articles in Harvard Law Review and Forbes discussed this background and are worth reading.

    “as a matter of established law, the judiciary is not to second-guess the Executive’s decisions of “whether to initiate charges, whom to prosecute, which charges to bring, and whether to dismiss charges.””

    https://harvardlawreview.org/2017/01/united-states-v-fokker-services-b-v/

    “One week ago, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a 9-0 decision, authored by Justice Ginsburg, that took judges to task for similar amicus antics. … violating a basic aspect of legal proceedings called the “party presentation principle.” In a nutshell, this concept dictates that judges must decide the case as presented by the parties before them. … Judge Sullivan’s actions this week raise serious doubt whether he paid attention to this recent, unanimous decision.”

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/markchenoweth/2020/05/14/judge-sullivan-disregards-two-controlling-precedents-by-appointing-amicus-in-flynn-case/#2dcdde856f0a

    Like

  31. No doubt sullivan is a Deep state judge along with coup Obama,
    Go sidney powell and please keep fighting for G/F,stand with you,

    Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s