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Friday, May 8, 2020

At Last! Flynn-dication! Extent of Obama-Biden Corruption Becomes Clearer Every Day . . .

I won't link to all the articles out there, but let me just state how delighted I am by the vindication, at long last, of Lt. Gen Michael Flynn. The whole bogus case against the General has come apart, and his prosecutors/persecutors are running for the hills.

It was a set-up from day one by Obama, his loyalists, and the complicit media machine.

The case against Flynn was the result of rampant, politically driven corruption in the DOJ and the FBI, and, let us not forget, in the White House. Clearly Obama,  Biden, Comey, and Rice and the rest of that disgusting crowd knew about the faked up move against Flynn, and the total fakery of the Russian collusion story.

It was a hoax.

Over in Congress, the lying liar Adam Schiff, as well, has got a lotta 'splannin' to do. He knew from testimony before his committee from "luminaries" such as Clapper, that no evidence existed of Trump-Putin collusion; he, along with the FBI and White House, knew the Steele dossier was a fake paid for by the DNC, and reliant in part on Russian disinformation. These people all knew this was a massive fraud but persisted in putting out the story, and launching a corrupt "investigation" nominally headed by the obviously mentally impaired Robert Mueller. They counted on the liberal media machine to provide cheers and encouragement, and prevent any in depth examination of the facts.

It is not much of an exaggeration to label the case of Michael Flynn as America's Alfred Dreyfus case.

Flynn is owed a huge apology and millions in compensation for what was done to him.  Totally disgusting.

Obama, Biden, Rice, Comey, etc., all belong in the slammer, and held personally liable for the outrageous crimes they committed against American citizens, Flynn being only one. They shredded the Constitution for their political gain.


41 comments:

  1. What is your opinion of Flynn being appointed as the new FBI director? I've heard that suggestion elsewhere, and it would be great to see him get the reckoning he deserves.

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  2. What choice did the Democrats have? They'd just unexpectedly lost $1.5b in big-donor money for nothing. They naturally had to scramble for whatever return-on-investment they could provide, and a plot to undermine the nation was 'par for the course'.
    The option of doing nothing meant perhaps a decade or more of gun-shy donors.
    Lefties have never been good losers, a hallmark of placing religious faith in politics in my book.

    - reader #1482

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  3. Down to the very agents who participated. Jail them, fire them, deny them pensions, the whole nine yards.

    "Just following orders" went out the window in 1945.

    And following unConstitutional orders has supposedly always been a wrong thing.

    Find anyone in the FBI that knew of anything remotely funny to illegal and go play 'Vlad' for a day or so.

    And then move to the Justice Department and every other agency that played any part in any of this. From the attacks on Flynn to Manafort to Papadopoulis to Trump, any involved should be flayed and run out of town covered in tar and feathers, followed by gunfire.

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    1. I'm in favor of bringing back tar and feathering. It should be a choice for a judge. Kind of like a perp walk in spades...

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  4. It would be great if there were well-deserved negative consequences for the guilty parties -- but I am not holding my breath.

    Bill Clinton and his FBI burned little American children to death at Waco -- no consequences. The FBI murdered an innocent pregnant woman at Ruby Ridge -- no consequences. Post-menopausal liberal white women at the IRS illegally undercut the TEA Party -- no consequences.

    And those are only a few of the high-profile cases of the Administrative State putting its boot on the neck of American citizens. There are lots of other cases which never get onto the pages of the New York Times. For example, because of the C-19 scam, information is only now coming out about Dr. Mikovitz whose career & life were ruined years ago by a certain Dr. Fauci of the CDC.

    The last time the people of America were so oppressed by their government, they had to have a Revolution.

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    1. I hope you're wrong but . . . .

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    2. Gavin Longmuir,
      It would be great if there were well-deserved negative consequences for the guilty parties -- but I am not holding my breath.

      Bill Clinton and his FBI burned little American children to death at Waco -- no consequences. The FBI murdered an innocent pregnant woman at Ruby Ridge -- no consequences. Post-menopausal liberal white women at the IRS illegally undercut the TEA Party -- no consequences.


      Not to mention dozens of black men being unjustly killed every day.

      For example, because of the C-19 scam, information is only now coming out about Dr. Mikovitz whose career & life were ruined years ago by a certain Dr. Fauci of the CDC.

      So nice that you want to stand up for thieves and quacks.

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  5. tree, rope, tyrants blood. some assembly required.

    But nothing will happen to anyone involved. N-O-T-H-I-N-G

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  6. We lived in the suburbs of Chicago for several years and became well acquainted (at a suburban distance--we're not stupid!) with the Chicago way.

    But I am really, really disappointed to see it transplanted, lock, stock, and barrel, to the federal government. I really, really, really don't want to believe this.

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    1. With the Clintons (Hillary is from Chicago) and the Obamas (both from Chicago) I would expect nothing less. It truly stinks.

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  7. Good call on Lt Gen Flynn as America's Dreyfus, I hope there is consequence for the FBI's actions but not holding my breath.

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    1. Flynn suffered enormously and unjustly of course, but this cannot compare to Devil's Island.
      Dreyfus was persecuted for his religion, Flynn for his political affiliation.

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  8. Flynn would be the man to run the FBI. He has the leadership skills and has an expert's acquired knowledge of how the FBI acted and can go in there with a scythe to clean out the system. I am sure that he can delegate to get help with this US version of the Augean Stables. We have just ONE chance to clean out this rotten government. We better do it right.

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    1. "We have just ONE chance to clean out this rotten government. We better do it right."

      Well AP, if your 'ONE Chance' analysis of the problem is correct, and it very well may be, -- Operationally I've always advocated for the "TAKE NO PRISONERS" approach! The Tactics, commonly known in ~~~Silent Service~~~ parlance as: "Damn the Torpedoes Full Speed Ahead"! Over~~~

      On Watch~~~
      "Let's Roll"

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    1. Usually my specialty is that dellicacy 'spam', but this one was another species of something.

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  11. I won't link to all the articles out there, but let me just state how delighted I am by the vindication, at long last, of Lt. Gen Michael Flynn.

    I can only imagine your reaction to someone claiming Clinton pardoning someone was a vindication of that person.

    Lest we forget, Flynn confessed.

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    1. I usually don't respond to you because you're just an attention-seeking troll. In this case, however, you are also a liar. Flynn did not "confess." He pled guilty after his son was threatened by the FBI, and he, himself, had been financially ruined. In addition, it now turns out, his original defense team was a bunch of Bozos connected to none other that Eric Holder. They convinced Flynn to take the plea and put an end to the Kafka cum Beria process to which he was subjected. You don't get very much right as any perusal of your postings will reveal.

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    2. Let us also not forget that those charged in the Stalinist purge trials also "confessed."

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    3. Let us not forget that Flynn's original legal team from Covington and Burling refused to give Sidney Powell the emails between Eric Holder and the prosecution even after Holder had left government service and was working again for Covington and Burling. No doubt those emails would be interesting.

      Let us not forget two other victims of a corrupt DOJ; Ted Stevens, no deceased, and Steve Stockman who is currently serving 10 in a fed prison. Corruption in the nation's premier law enforcement agency is not new; Mark Felt anyone?

      Flynn needs to be made whole. along with his family. He should sue the hell out of everyone involved. I truly hope Sidney Powell goes after Brennan, Comey, Clapper, et al and puts them not only in jail but so broke they require public defenders.

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    4. DiploMad,
      I usually don't respond to you because you're just an attention-seeking troll. In this case, however, you are also a liar.

      I don't mind the lack of response, because you have nothing to say against me but insults and falsehoods. Flynn actually released a public statement acknowledging his action were illegal. You must have a curious standard for "confession" if it does not include public admission of illegal acts.

      https://www.lawfareblog.com/michael-flynn-plea-agreement-documents

      As for pressure on the family, it's unsurprising that you (and apparently most of the commentators) only care when the FBI uses these tactics on wealth, white men.

      You don't get very much right as any perusal of your postings will reveal.

      I did enjoy the irony of you saying this after a flat falsehood.

      Let us also not forget that those charged in the Stalinist purge trials also "confessed."

      Let us also not forget that you support these tactics, when not used against wealthy, white men, AFAICT.

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    5. Calm down OneBrow.

      It's obvious you've done your best.

      JK

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    6. JK,

      Thanks for your concern. We're all here to rant and have fun. No worries.

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    7. Your other problem browbeat, in addition to your propensity for being a lying lefty lackey, and a tiresome twit, with NO saving grace! You rattle around like an empty beer can, in the alley -- especially pronounced when you disrespect the BlogHosts hospitality.

      I do hope to find some value in your act 1-Brow, if only to vindicate Diplomad and other's genteel treatment for visitors such as yourself, one who just stinks the joint up! So, at the risk of 'feeding a Troll', I'll piss on ya, when I smell ya! Unless of course the LandLord flags me!?
      OW~~~

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    8. OW~~~,

      I've said before that if our hosts asks me to leave, I'll leave. It's still true. His blog, his rules.

      Until then, I'll call out things when I think they need calling out, with the expectation that I'll be insulted, labeled, libeled, and disrespected. I don't particularly care if you metaphorically piss on me or ignore me, and see any third interaction as unlikely.

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    9. One Brow - is that supposed to be a reference to your racial background?

      You have been and remain still a liar, as you have been displaying since your first post here.

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    10. Off The Wall,
      One Brow - is that supposed to be a reference to your racial background?

      I don't recall saying anything about my racial background, I didn't say anything about it in these comments, and I'm not sure where you thought I did.

      You have been and remain still a liar, as you have been displaying since your first post here.

      "... with the expectation that I'll be insulted, labeled, libeled, and disrespected." I don't mind. I know I'm telling the truth, and I don't need your confirmation on that score.

      However, I do get that you feel the need to join in. Nothing makes you feel more part of an in-group than hating on the outsider, right?

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  12. Flynn plead guilty very conceivably to spare his son an unjust conviction. Being that *everything* else in these high-powered accusations have amounted to nothing, I think it can be fairly safely extrapolated that Flynn's entire interrogation was unjust and unnecessary.

    - reader #1482

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  13. I think the release of this exculpatory evidence in General Flynn's case sets a foundation for a charge of "18 U.S. Code § 372.Conspiracy to impede or injure officer", for Strzok, Page, McCabe, and maybe Comey. One thing I am curious about is what Judge Sullivan is going to say. I mean they toyed around with this in his court for years. If I was sitting on that bench, I would be super pissed off, and vengeful with what sanctions I could apply.

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  14. Having followed the Q group drops since the Vegas massacre, the vindication for Flynn was predicted 30 months ago. “We protect our patriots.”

    Durham & Huber still on major Swamp Duty. Treason charges on tap for the usual offenders and some media.

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  15. "It is not much of an exaggeration to label the case of Michael Flynn as America's Alfred Dreyfus case.'

    I've been comparing Michael Flynn to Alfred Dreyfus for into the years now, and more recently Sydney Powell to Emile Zola. But now I would like to see Michael Flynn become like Edmond Dantes after his escape. Both getting rich and getting vengeance.

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  16. Us attorneys that deliberately withheld exculpatory evidence like in Flynns case need to be charged and convicted of felonies. Would they also be liable for civil rights violations? Playing rock hockey in the big arena would be a just reward for these criminals.

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  17. "It was a set-up from day one by Obama, his loyalists, and the complicit media machine."

    I'm trying to figure out when "day one" was - how far back the conspiracy extended.

    People talk about the Obamans plotting Flynn's downfall in December. But Flynn's original sin - which I commented on then - was his failure to file a correct FARA registration as an agent for the Turkish government. Apparently the firm responsible for filing it was Covington & Burling - the same outfit that clearly screwed Flynn into a guilty plea later. Is it possible that C&B was involved in the set-up back in November 2016, or even earlier? Who was C&B really working for?

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    1. Most of it sounds like a panicked attempt at a frame up... If those lawyers were in on it, perhaps it would have been a matter of self-selection. ie, "oh crap, we lost $1.5b on this election, what can we do?" "Hey... one of Trump's likely nominees uses this law firm in our pocket..."

      I don't think they ever considered that Hillary might lose.

      - reader #1482

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    2. Solomon--That's a good point; I am not sure of exactly when "day one" took place.

      That said, the Obama minions had had it in for Flynn for some time as he dissented from their Iran deal and kept telling them that Al Qaeda was not finished. I had doubts that Flynn was a good choice for National Security Advisor (I wrote about that) as he struck me as surprisingly naive about the ways of Washington. He was/is a straight-forward soldier, and not a devious reptile like the Obama crowd. He got suckered into the interview with the FBI--an interview that should never have taken place--and then turned to a law firm that was in cahoots with the Obama crowd to "defend" him from something that was not a crime. The FBI/DOJ and HIS OWN lawyers bludgeoned him into a guilty plea by threatening to bankrupt not only him (which they did) but his family, too. He took the corrupt deal. It was modern Stalinism through and through. I hope he gets some enormous compensation, and sees his tormentors punished.

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  18. OT - J. Scott Moretti, deputy assistant secretary to Kerry, arrested for child molestation.
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/crime-law/2020/05/07/former-top-state-department-official-arrested-child-molestation-charges/

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  19. Dan Bongino, former Secret Service agent on the Bush and Obama details, in today's podcast (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZ9cqYSMWFs&feature=youtube) explained that Gen. Flynn was not unmasked over the call from the Russian ambassador. The person who ordered the telephone surveillance of the Russian ambassador's call to Flynn when Flynn was on vacation in the Dominion Republic .was redacted. Federal law allows the President to order surveillance for National Security purposes for a year without a FISA warrant and no warrant, FISA or otherwise, was located during the investigations.. There is no record of a unmasking of Flynn for 5 days after the call, which seems strange. The most interesting aspect Dan's report was that per the FBI charging document to the court, Flynn was charged with lying about the Obama sanctions against Russian intelligence agencies over their attempt to interfere with our 2016 election. The FBI 302 write up of the FBI interview at the WH is missing for some unknown reason, however there are 2 revisions to the original 302 available and both show the FBI never asked Flynn about the sanctions; only about the expulsion of 35 Russian diplomats. They are separate issues in the executive order that the NYT and WaPo have acknowledged. And in Flynn's interview by the Daily Wire, also reported in the WaPo, he stated they were different issues and he only discussed the expulsions of the Russian diplomats. So for over 3 years no one until now has noticed that the criminal charge vs the 302 report on what Flynn was asked when interviewed are different.
    https://www.theepochtimes.com/flynns-name-never-masked-in-call-transcripts-briefed-to-obama-records-indicate_3350021.html

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