Michael Flynn Hearing Today 11:00am – Open Discussion Thread

The DOJ, Sidney Powell and the Sullivan appointed amicus John Gleeson will hold a hearing today in the courtroom of Judge Emmet Sullivan to argue the unopposed motion to dismiss the case against Michael Flynn. The hearing begins at 11:00am ET and you can call-in to hear the audio of the live courtroom events.  (details below)

  • 877-336-1839  – (access code 5524636)
  • 888-363-4734 –  (access code 6114909)
  • 877-336-1839  – (access code 1429888)
  • 877-402-9753  – (access code 2090166)
  • 888-557-8511  – (access code 4140864)
  • 888-273-3658  – (access code 1773796)

UPDATE: If you cannot get through on any phone line use this periscope link HERE

UPDATE 2: Technical issues at the court.  Recess called until 12:35pm ET to work on issues. I’m Dropping another link (YouTube) below that was not compromised during the “technical issues”.

UPDATE 3:  Some more technical glitches and a 15 min bio break until 2:45pm ET

UPDATE 4: Hearing ended abruptly.


If the true administration of justice was to prevail in this case, the judge should simply accept the unopposed motion and this would be the end of the malicious prosecution.  However, this case has so many precedents anything is possible.

If you are listening-in to the hearing, feel free to drop your thoughts and opinions into the comment section to share.

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1,675 Responses to Michael Flynn Hearing Today 11:00am – Open Discussion Thread

  1. gsonFIT says:

    I was surprised that this is a couter intel case. I recollected criminal miss-truths to FBI. Why is there an amicus on a counter intel case? How is that even allowed?

    Liked by 1 person

  2. berniekopell says:

    Hot microphone while IT tries to help DOJ lawyer’s connection.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. waterthelibertytree01 says:

    Special operators should be standing by to collect sullivan and lawfare. this is a disgrace.

    Liked by 4 people

  4. Eric C. says:

    Smart move staying connected.

    Over/under on hot mic moment for Sully?

    Liked by 1 person

  5. TwoLaine says:

    And now for the alien portion of our Listening.

    Liked by 2 people

  6. the phoenix says:

    Today is the feast day of St. Michael the Archangel, patron saint of law enforcement.

    Praying for special blessings and protection on this day for another Michael, Michael Flynn:

    St. Michael the Archangel,
    defend us in battle.
    Be our defense against the wickedness and snares of the Devil.
    May God rebuke him, we humbly pray,
    and do thou,
    O Prince of the heavenly hosts,
    by the power of God,
    thrust into hell Satan,
    and all the evil spirits,
    who prowl about the world
    seeking the ruin of souls.

    Liked by 13 people

  7. TwoLaine says:

    This is a disgrace.

    Liked by 4 people

  8. thebigharry says:

    Can you hear me?
    Good, As to the government argument I’d like to make to points.
    Sir, this is Wendy’s

    Liked by 7 people

  9. DJ says:

    It is pretty clear at this point that Sullivan will succeed in dragging this whole thing out until after the election. That is his goal. He will listen to all of Sidney’s and the Gov’s objections to all of the stuff that he just said and then he will schedule another hearing in order to have time to “digest” their input. Then another hearing…

    Liked by 3 people

    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      …..and more releases by Jensen of Mueller’s Flynn documents.

      Better yet…..maybe he’ll start releasing internal SC emails discussing the case
      that they really didn’t have.

      Liked by 1 person

  10. Brian Baker says:

    During recess, Flynn and the DOJ should just go ahead and file a petition for SCOTUS to end this mess because Sullivan and his pal Gleason sure ain’t going to.

    Liked by 6 people

  11. MR52 says:

    No Surprise Sounds like Gov. Lawyer got dropped


  12. Mr e-man says:

    So if the corrupt Sullivan does not dismiss the case, then he has made a “ruling”. The en banc said Flynn had no standing for mandamus because the Judge had not made a ruling.

    So does Sullivan not dismissing therefore mean Flynn now has standing to ask for mandamus and it goes back to the en banc to order dismissal like they should have done the first time instead of putting a wrongfully charged American hero through this travesty for months on end?

    Or can corrupt Sullivan “rule” that he is rejecting the plea withdrawal and finding Flynn guilty of what he pled guilty too, therefore putting the case into a regular appeal mode where the appeal won’t be heard for a couple of months or more and Flynn has been convicted?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Kroesus says:

      Sullied is basically giving himself a continuance to delay the decision, thus Flynn and Powell still lack standing for a mandamus according to the Appeals Court.


    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Why are you putting “ruling” in quotation marks??

      That’s exactly what this about.

      You’re confusing a couple of things.
      Flynn WITHDREW his Motion to Withdraw his guilty plea when the Government filed the Motion to Dismiss, assuming that he no longer needed to withdraw the guilty plea on a case no longer exists.

      The only issue before the court that needs to resolved IS The Motion to Dismiss.
      Sullivan need to either APPROVE or DENY this motion.
      (Which clearly will not happen today)

      If Sullivan APPROVES the Motion to Dismiss….it’s over.

      If Sullivan DENIES the Motion to Dismiss.
      I suspect the DOJ would file their own Mandamus (which they have not done) and this will go back to Appellate court.

      Gleeson addressed (poorly) Flynn re-filing Motion to Withdraw Guilty Plea (if Motion to Dismiss is denied) arguing that should be DENIED as well if attempted.
      The real reason is that the Government says they couldn’t prosecute this case at trial because not only does the evidence suck but the WITNESSES SUCK.
      Stzok (biased), Pietka (lied to FISC), McCabe (lied to Federal Agents)


  13. jx says:

    Once they have you in the clutches of procedure…


    Liked by 1 person

  14. Cathy Phelps says:

    Sullivan will probably sentence Flynn today so it can be used against Trump in the debate tonight. Our government is so corrupt. Praying for Flynn, his family, and Sidney.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Dee Paul Deje says:

      I still don’t think the debate is going to happen.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Dutchman says:

      They “HAD” Flynn, way back when. He had PLED guilty, so they successfully avoided a trial, and got the outcome they wanted.

      ALL this case was waiting on, was a SENTENCING.

      ALL the motions to postpone sentencing came from the Prosecution, and even when the excuse (Flynn cooperating in Prosecution of his business partner) became moot, they continued to delay sentencing.

      Would have been so easy to do, back before Sidney became involved,…WHY didn’t they ‘take the kill shot’?

      The only explanation that makes any sense, is they were holding this to be a manufactured October surprise, ALL in order to generate the headline;

      ” Trump’s former National Security Advisor sentenced for lieing to FBI, about conversations with Russian ambassador.”

      Granted, trying to make sense of lawfare schemes requires tilting head sideways, closing one eye and squinting hard with the other, but that’s what I see.

      If that’s “right”, they haven’t gone too all this trouble, to NOT follow thru, and Sullivan will sentence Flynn to say,…2 years sometime in October.


    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Sullivan will probably sentence Flynn today

      Don’t think so…Sullivan has already referred to another week for further motions.


  15. Doppler says:

    Well I’m glad I wasn’t able to listen in. Sounds like life under Socialism. Operatives rule. Rule of Law only operates for those with the operatives. The Media work for the operatives. The Narrative is all you get to hear.


  16. Hans says:

    On the bright side the DOJ has 35 minutes to gather it’s thoughts together.. for a more coherent response

    With Sullivan quoting a non standing lawyer into evidence I suspect the Supreme Court will have a field day with this.. after the SC judge is appointed ..

    Liked by 2 people

  17. WSB says:

    Periscope keeps cutting out. Any other feeds?


  18. Zorro says:

    What is the over/under Sullivan retires [steps down] by March 2021 based on public info re: possible coordinated efforts w: OSC Mueller?

    Liked by 2 people

  19. deeperinfo says:

    It seems to me Sullivan has left himself room to rule in any direction; he read all that gleeson bs just to be able to stand up, puff out his chest and say “I HAVE THE AUTHORITY”.

    Gleeson himself wrote that the Judge would need evidence of Presecutor Misconduct to object to a dismissal, but none has been presented, except againat Defendant ???

    Can / Does he ask Gleeson to present evidence? Is Gleeson there? Then Judge “has” to investigate “new” evidence?


    • Mr e-man says:

      So this is probably the delay needed. Sullivan will not rule and will call for another hearing on Barr’s misconduct in dropping the case for political reasons. Barr will be on trial and Flynn will have to wait for Barr to be convicted or exonerated before he learns his fate. So no pardon.

      And if all goes according to plan, that will be in February of next year and Barr will be fired, and Bidens replacement will continue the case against Flynn, and Flynns appeal will go to a packed Supreme Court.


  20. deeperinfo says:

    Court voice discloses that the system crashes like this nearly every day…


  21. sundance says:

    Liked by 4 people

  22. Carly says:

    Using this link for audio: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Mf1D3PgCxw&feature=youtu.be

    Sullivan gets his long-winded partisan comments out … then the audio fouls, though Sidney is able to talk, they call a recess for “technical problems.” Sidney says she has several points of disagreement to make when they return. If they “call a lid” on this, until a later time, then at the very least reporters should have Sidney’s comments on record.

    This sucks.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. swelly says:

    Disgusting. The first hour Sullivan just read verbatim Gleeson’s brief. Just who the hell is Gleeson representing? It also sounds like innocent until proven guilty is being turned upside down by Sullivan who is now demanding arguments to dismiss satisfy the court, meaning him. Judging from Sullivan’s demeanor nothing will satisfy him. It’s also convenient how the audio cut out just as the Gov’t lawyer began to speak. What an excrement show!

    Liked by 2 people

  24. gsonFIT says:

    Here is tweet quoting from Gleeson’s brief that Sullivan read into the record

    “it is never a defense to a false statement charge that ‘the government was not actually deceived'”

    This is what Gleeson wrote but it now becomes a false reality in the court record for defense of whatever is in store for O admin.

    Liked by 2 people

  25. Doppler says:

    I suddenly had a terrible thought: suppose some mischievous techno-geeks close by the debate tonight were able to eavesdrop on Biden’s ear-piece feed. How difficult would it be to broadcast tape of the Sullivan hearing on the same wavelength, to create a little dissonance? Or sounds from Trump rallies? Maybe some rap music from the Biden-Harris list of favorites?
    I shouldn’t think such thoughts, but nonetheless can’t help but see Biden banging his ear and yelling incoherently at the ether.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Mr e-man says:

      I prefer they hack his feed and tell him to say some really stupid things.

      But I truly believe he will do that on his own. Other than Kamalas racist rant, he has not been challenged. I saw the faces of the other candidates when he rambled incoherently. They looked pained. But not a single one challenged his inability to put thoughts together.

      Wallace will try to help but Trump will pounce.


      • jnr2d2 says:

        Old NSA geek here. NOT hard to do anything. Pickup the transmission, add interference with words over-riding his transmission, or just adding enough noise so he can’t hear. Or real devilish, hike the power enough so it hurts and he has to take it out of his ear on national TV!!! LOL


    • Dutchman says:

      He doesn’t have an “earpiece”, what a SILLY notion!
      He has an audio INPLANT, nothing so crude and low tech as an EARPIECE.

      Face it, he has the “best minds” silicon valley has, and unlimited $, and probably had it implanted at the same time he had the facelift.

      And yeah, JAM the signal. Perhaps some of his gaffs are from poor reception, and his garbled message is cause he is repeating what he is hearing?

      Only about 1/2 ,…/S.


  26. Peter Rabbit says:

    Daily problems with tech set up, yet nothing done to properly resolve for today. Our bureaucrats at work.

    Liked by 2 people

  27. paulapatriot says:

    Who appointed Sullivan?


  28. Paprika says:

    Supposedly we’ll be back on at 12:35. In the meantime……Why all the summary of arguments between amicus, Gov., and defendant? All the arguments have been heard and read by those 3 entities as well as the judge.

    So why the summary and additional arguments between them. Judge make your ruling–that is what your job is! Or will he just say; “OK, I’ve now heard all the arguments and I’ll make my ruling…um, um,…my court calendar says I’m booked through to……..January 30th, 2021.”

    Course, I don’t think I’m going to like what his ruling will be, but bring it so the appeal can be started.


  29. DJ says:

    As Sullivan was wrapping up, there was a flock of wild turkeys strutting across my back yard. Somehow that seemed appropriate…

    Liked by 3 people

  30. By sentencing Flynn, Sullivan will complete the stall till after the election, that was the goal all along. Follow Lawfares plan, protect the anointed one and keep this going for as long as possible…I’ve said it since the beginning, Laws don’t apply, this is a power play, look for Flynn to be convicted and watch Sullivan start the sentence immediately…

    Liked by 1 person

  31. Peter Rabbit says:

    First Conf Line allows caller to be a participant. Last Conf Line does not.


  32. anthonydog says:


    Baker later testified before Members of Congress that he had indeed dispatched FBI agents to pick up evidence…

    As part of his testimony in the SCIF, Montgomery provided information to the FBI and the DOJ that Obama, Brennan, and Clapper were engaged in illegal surveillance of General Flynn, General Flynn’s family, Donald Trump, seventeen Donald Trump businesses, and Donald Trump’s family.
    The Deep State’s “investigation” into Donald Trump began in November/December of 2015 — that is when the Whistleblower Tapes were first exposed and written about by “The American Report.”

    Knowing full well that they had taken possession illegally-harvested information concerning General Flynn and his family, Curtis, Barnett, and Giardina proceeded to prosecute General Flynn with “fruit of the poisonous tree” in what may be one of the most egregious cases of prosecutorial misconduct this nation has ever witnessed. DOJ prosecutors illegally withheld exculpatory evidence from General Flynn’s attorney, Sidney Powell. These corrupt DOJ prosecutors not only committed multiple Brady violations — they also concealed and altered evidentiary documents for the sole purpose of framing Michael Flynn — a three-star general who had honorably devoted 35 years of active duty military service to his nation.

    U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan Drags Out Flynn Case After Justice Department Motions For Dismissal

    U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan appeared to appoint himself judge, jury, and prosecutor in an effort to prosecute General Flynn.

    Sullivan is guilty of overreaching his mandate, and usurping powers not accorded to him, in a clear violation of the U.S Constitution’s separation of powers. The three branches of government are separate but equal under our system of checks and balances. Judge Sullivan was well outside of his lane in the political prosecution of General Flynn, in what would appear to be simply another chapter in the corrupt saga that is ObamaGate.

    The Obama administration, both while in and out of office, was desperate to keep General Flynn muzzled. General Flynn simply knew too much.

    Despite the fact that both the defendant — General Flynn— and the prosecutor — the United States Government, represented by the Justice Department — submitted motions to U.S. District Court Judge Sullivan to dismiss the case, Judge Sullivan did not dismiss the case; rather, he appointed an amicus (friend of the court) to weigh in, in an effort to delay the Justice Department’s dismissal of the Flynn case.

    The executive branch reserves the right to freely decide which prosecutions to pursue and which prosecutions to drop. Sailing further into uncharted territory, Judge Sullivan has gone so far as to retain his own lawyer in Flynn’s case, becoming an active litigant in the Flynn case, represented by attorney Beth Wilkinson.

    General Flynn’s attorney Sidney Powell offered oral arguments on behalf of General Flynn before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit on August 11, 2020, where she asked that Judge Sullivan’s petition for a rehearing en banc be denied.

    Powell argued that U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan exceeded his power and emphasized that General Flynn’s case has already dragged on for four years and cost her client many millions of dollars.

    “The District Court is not a super prosecutor” and it has lost its appearance of neutrality, Powell told the judges during the hearing.

    Powell asked the Court of Appeals to restore the rule of law and to grant the DOJ’s motion to dismiss the Flynn case.

    Judge Sullivan’s attorney Beth Wilkinson proceeded to tell the court that its en banc hearing had morphed and made it a respondent in new litigation against General Flynn under Rule 35, in a “tar baby” entrapment scheme.

    Wilkinson had the audacity to make a comparison between General Flynn and al-Qaeda terrorist Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, the alleged mastermind of the October 2000 USS Cole bombing in Yemen.

    If it were not for low standards, attorney Wilkinson would have no standards at all.
    The technocracy editors at Wikipedia, in another unconscionable scheme, censored the evidence that exonerates General Michael Flynn in an attempt to mislead the American people as the nation goes into the 2020 election, according to Breitbart.

    While the government contended that General Flynn had lied, it was in fact the DOJ’s own prosecution team that had committed multiple violations of the law and that had repeatedly lied — both by omission and commission. Obama’s “team” of DOJ prosecutors had nothing on Kafka. Their court proceedings, in true Kafkaesque fashion, violated General Flynn’s Constitutional rights with complete and utter disregard for the rule of law.

    The Obama Administration cabal waged a criminal campaign against General Flynn, including attempting to frame General Flynn with Logan Act violations when General Flynn had done no such thing. Peter Strzok’s hand-written notes suggest that it was Vice President Joe Biden who came up with the idea of prosecuting General Flynn for Logan Act violations. General Flynn, the incoming National Security Adviser, had cut no deals or suggested any deals to Russian Ambassador Kislyak, as they well knew.
    Assistant U.S. Attorney Deborah Curtis “Walks Away” From The Department Of Justice

    On September 27, 2019, “The American Report” published a report calling attention to Assistant U.S. Attorney Deborah Curtis’s involvement in both Michael Flynn’s prosecution and Dennis Montgomery’s whistleblower case. Curtis was in possession of Montgomery’s evidence that included information that Brennan and Clapper had illegally harvested data regarding General Flynn and his family —“fruit of the poisonous tree” — yet, in a blatant conflict of interest, Curtis continued to prosecute General Flynn.
    Deborah Curtis stepped down from her position as lead prosecutor in the Michael Flynn case and left the DOJ on September 27, 2019, abruptly ending her lengthy DOJ career only hours after “The American Report” published the article.

    Curtis, Barnett, and Giardina had joined Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russian Hoax cabal to undertake a coup d’état against a duly elected U.S. President. This was treachery. This was treason.

    FBI General Counsel James Baker, testifying under oath before a joint Congressional committee, stated that he took possession of Dennis Montgomery’s evidence.

    Baker testified before Congress in October 2018:
    Can I just — I’m turning to the Bureau to describe this. So his client was an individual named Dennis Montgomery, who I believe, to the best of my recollection, he said that he had been a U.S. Government contractor and, in the course of that work, had come across evidence of unlawful surveillance by the government of Americans — and including government officials — and wanted to give that information to the Bureau, which eventually did take place.

    Baker confirmed that Montgomery had provided his FBI agents with evidence that government officials were conducting unlawful domestic surveillance of Americans, including of other government officials.

    It is of utmost importance to recognize that Robert Mueller’s FBI supplied the computers for THE HAMMER, according to Montgomery. Robert Mueller was deeply involved and did not want THE HAMMER exposed to the American people.

    General Clapper was very clear when he shrewdly uncloaked Barack Obama, telling CNN’s Anderson Cooper that President Obama ordered the Intelligence Community Assessment. James Clapper told CNN’s Anderson Cooper in July 2018:

    If it weren’t for President Obama, we might not have done the intelligence community assessment that we did, that set up a whole sequence of events which are still unfolding today, notably, Special Counsel Mueller’s investigation. President Obama is responsible for that. It was he who tasked us to do that intelligence community assessment in the first place.


    General Clapper told CNN’s Anderson Cooper that President Obama not only put in place a sequence of events that gave us Special Counsel Robert Mueller, but also tasked the Intelligence Community Assessment.

    Barack Obama’s eleven-year charade of plausible deniability is finally over.

    General Clapper was very clear when he cleverly exposed Barack Obama, as if in a game of “Clue.”

    If Barack Obama tasked the Intelligence Community Assessment, and, as former Acting DNI Richard Grenell says, “it wasn’t our product,” then, the clues fell into place. It is Barack Obama, alone in the library — with THE HAMMER.



  33. Amy says:

    IMO a radical, out of bounds thought.

    Call it what it is. It’s time to go on an explosive direct offense in these courts.

    It is time Flynn’s defense team state the truth;

    The U.S. is in the middle of a legal civil war for the destruction/survival of the rule of law and the constitution.

    General Flynn is being persecuted for complying and fighting for the rule of law and the constitution.

    Obama administration knew Flynn would have found their (coup) corruption immediately (years ago) and is still being held as a civil war prisoner because Flynn would expose the Trojan horse corruption. Flynn knows exactly were the deep/deep digital/paper evidence is regarding the coup.

    This court knows Flynn can be an asset for PT in winning this legal civil war (justice) and this traitorous/communist court is working with the globalist/communist to destroy and keep General Flynn preoccupied in fighting in courts.

    We will settle this in the Supreme Court and when PT wins the Presidential election, house and senate; these coup/traitors/communist will face justice.

    Traitorous/communist/liberal judges will be dealt with for rewriting laws/constitution and legislating from the bench, acting like lawmakers to transform the U.S. constitution to a globalist constitution.

    This would be explosive and allow more voters to think about voting for the traitorous communist party that want to change the U.S. into a 3rd world country, just like the country they or their parents ran away from.

    We the people must have our voices heard; we must all fight for justice and stop these judges from legislating and writing laws from the bench.


    • Jennifer says:

      I agree, call it what it is and use direct penetrating language.

      Why hide the truth or play the political posture game when the globalist are trying to destroy all of us.


  34. oldersoul says:

    This hearing is taking far too long.

    In the old Soviet Union, these hearings rarely lasted more than ten minutes.

    Otherwise, the train schedule to gulag gets fouled up.

    Liked by 4 people

  35. berniekopell says:

    Back on the record at 12:37 pm ish. DOJ lawyer now noting his objections. Four points made. Ends with quotes form post-Ammidown cases: Court has no authority to question DOJ decision to decline prosecution.

    Liked by 2 people

  36. berniekopell says:

    Cole for DOJ now up. Disputes allegation of “corrupt political motive.” “We are completely unafraid to addressing why we needed to dismiss this case. In my judgment there isn’t a case. Now discussing Jensen investigation, and Bill Barnett testimony that Kisliak call was proper, and Flynn case was used to get Trump. Those allegations alone are “game over” for a prosecution.

    Liked by 2 people

  37. sundance says:

    The DOJ is laying out the evidence behind the reason for dismissal. There was no predicate.

    Liked by 9 people

    • NewLurker says:

      Is there a known precedent of any other relatively prominent cases where the prosecuting party was looking to dismiss and was prevented from doing so?


    • Eric C. says:

      Sullivan must dismiss after this, but……..we’ll see how strong the resistance is with Sullivan.


    • DJ says:

      Yes, but Sullivan already knows all of that stuff. He doesn’t care and won’t be convinced. All he cares about is HIS court and what HE can do to Flynn in order to keep him wrapped up. If he DID care about all of the reasons for the Gov to drop the case, he already would have dismissed.


    • bertdilbert says:

      The Flynn case was done until Obama had that special meeting at the WH and made getting Flynn his personal project. Even now his hands are tied to Sullivan.

      Trump put the full force of government into fighting Covid-19. Obama put the full force of government into fighting one man – General Flynn.


  38. Blind no Longer says:

    I like that. DOF- Who are we going to call for witnesses that the OIG said lied and were fired for misconduct? BOOM

    Liked by 3 people

  39. berniekopell says:

    Love it. Quotes Comey. Flynn call was arguably “legit.” We don’t prosecute people that we think committed a crime. We don’t just “throw charge up against a wall and hope they stick. ” And our main witness (Strzok) is compromised. And Gaeta misrepresented things to the FISA court. And McCabe lied under oath. All of our evidence and all of our witnesses have specific findings against them (IG report).

    Liked by 2 people

  40. Cocoon says:

    Finally, government stating the reasons why Strzok, McCabe and Comey could not be witnesses against Flynn.
    Where’s the witnesses?
    “They all have credibility problems“.

    Liked by 3 people

  41. beach lover says:

    government stated the obvious.. who you gonna call to testify against Flynn? Strzok? McCabe?? Comey?? riiiiiiggghht

    Liked by 2 people

  42. jx says:

    The phone host – ie the court – can place all callers in listen only mode. That way it doesn’t matter who does or does not mute their phone.


  43. berniekopell says:

    Now Suspicious Sullivan asking about Super Sidney letter to Barr in June 2019. Reading it into the record.

    Liked by 1 person

  44. Sam Gompers says:

    Wow Sullivan is really reaching with this letter bit. Flynn’s up and coming lawyer can’t make a plea?


    Liked by 1 person

  45. deeperinfo says:

    Sullivan threatens Powell with Bar action for letter to AG on corrupt prosecution.
    Trying to frame up illegal intrusion.

    Liked by 2 people

  46. rublenoone says:

    so now he’s (Sullivan) questioning the legitimacy of Powell representing Mr Flynn?….wow

    Liked by 2 people

  47. Carly says:

    Sullivan is making the point that Sidney Powell and Barr colluded to free Flynn. All based on her letter that requests Brady material.
    I guess Sidney is guilty of … doing her job?

    Liked by 2 people

  48. Blind no Longer says:

    What a crock of BS!!! Sullivan’s got nothing…the propriety of the letter!!! WTF!!!


    • Carly says:

      A Matryoshka doll of investigations. Now he’s going to scrutinize every request under the lens of collusion between Flynn and Barr.
      Now he’s grilling Sidney. Just like they did Flynn. She’s getting Flynn’d.


  49. berniekopell says:

    Oh the gloves are off now. Suspicious Sullivan now implying that Super Sidney’s letter to Barr is an ethics violation.

    Liked by 1 person

  50. bullnuke says:

    Sullivan is discussing Powell’s confidential letter to Barr before she took over Flynn’s case.


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