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Justice Dept Admits They “Lost” All Files Related to Gen Mike Flynn

Contrary to what the mainstream media wants you to believe, there is more going on in the world right now than coronavirus. That’s a big story, to be sure, but the media is largely using it to mask plenty of other important bits of news…things they don’t want you to know. One of those involves deep corruption with the FBI (no surprise there) and General Michael Flynn. 

We’ll get into new developments in a minute. First, we should cover events up to this point. When Mueller first went through his bloated investigation into Russian interference, he ended up going after a lot of people close to President Trump. Skipping a lot of details, retired General Michael Flynn was one of those people.

When Flynn was originally charged, he pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI. In particular, he admitted to lying about interactions with the Russian ambassador and making false statements about lobbying a UN resolution regarding Israel.

They were very specific charges.

Ultimately, Flynn changed his defense team, and he withdrew his guilty plea in February. In response to that, a judge postponed his sentencing.

There’s a lot here that is up in the air. Many details are missing from the story, but that is what brought us to the new twist.

It turns out that Flynn had a powerful reason to change his lawyers and his plea. In 2017, Mueller wrote a letter to Flynn’s defense team claiming that he didn’t think Flynn did anything wrong. Despite that, Flynn’s lawyers pressured him into a guilty plea. When Flynn was eventually made aware that there was evidence that could clear him, he fired his lawyers and got a new team.

The new team wasted no time in pressing the courts for all of the original documents used to press Flynn’s prosecution. Mysteriously, none of them were available. The FBI outright admitted that they couldn’t find any of the original evidence.

Here’s where things get really bad. It turns out that Peter Strzok was the one who conducted Flynn’s interview. This is the same Strzok that had to be removed from the investigation for overt bias and corruption.

It was later revealed that Strzok’s submission of the conversation didn’t match the original transcript that was filed with the FBI. In other words, Strzok very well may have falsified evidence against Flynn.

Why would Strzok do that? Well we can’t say for sure what Strzok’s motives were, but everyone was made aware how much he hates President Trump when his text messages with his adulterous lover Lisa Page went public.  

Now that Flynn’s defense team knows this and is pursuing that evidence, it vanished.

Here’s the worst part. When the judge presiding over all of this was informed of the issue, his response was “things happen.” He said that, verbatim.

Let’s recap this dark plot of corruption. A compromised FBI agent potentially falsified evidence against General Flynn to try and flip him against President Trump. Robert Mueller himself wrote a letter to Flynn’s team to explain why he wasn’t guilty. Flynn’s corrupt team then disregarded that information and pressured Flynn into pleading guilty. When all of this came to a head, the original evidence that could clear Flynn’s name magically disappeared.

This is a gross violation of justice, and at this point, we have to assume that the judicial system will not do right by General Flynn. President Trump needs to pardon Flynn before he serves even a day of jail time, and thankfully, the President has openly discussed doing just that.


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