As if we needed any more confirmation of the legitimately traitorous actions the FBI committed with regard to various subjects from spying on the Trump campaign through Carter Page to knowingly submitting a fake dossier to get a FISA warrant to the handling of Trump’s former National Security Adviser, we now have unsealed FBI documents that show how the bureau sought to destroy Gen. Flynn purely because of politics.
Handwritten notes show an unidentified FBI agent writing: “What is our goal? Truth/admission or to get him to lie, so we can prosecute him or get him fired?”
So it is pretty clear that the people at the FBI investigating Michael Flynn aren’t exactly interested in finding the truth, but FORCING THE GUY TO COMMIT A CRIME BY LYING TO THEM! The FBI agent is asking what their purpose with Flynn is and seemingly has grown accustomed to the possibility of the FBI getting a subject to lie to have him prosecuted, which shows it to be common practice. They aren’t interested in whether or not Flynn had ties to the Russians. If he had any, they would’ve found them and they would have been happy with it. But he didn’t, so they had to look for something else to destroy him over. What they charged him with was lying to the FBI and they, as well as his lawyers, pressured Flynn into pleading guilty by threatening his son.
The notes went on to show: “We regularly show subjects evidence, with the goal of getting them to admit their wrongdoing. I don’t see how getting someone to admit their wrongdoing is going easy on them.”
It’s clear here that the unidentified FBI agent was unaware of the outright COLLUSION between the FBI and Flynn’s own lawyers. Not going after Flynn’s son was going easy on him, but they only would not have gone after him if Flynn had “admitted” to “wrongdoing” via pleading guilty.
“If we get him to admit to breaking the Logan Act, give facts to DOJ + have them decide, or if he initially lies, then we present him [redacted] + he admits it, document for DOJ + let him decide how to address it.”
The agent speaks of the Logan Act here, which says that no American citizen can interfere in U.S. foreign policy affairs with another country (like what John Kerry has been doing with the Iranians, or Ted Kennedy was doing with the Soviets, or Joe Biden is likely doing with the Chinese). The problem here is that the official reason for the FBI to go after Flynn is because of a phone call Flynn made to then-US ambassador to Russia Sergei Kislyak when Flynn had already been named National Security Adviser by President Trump (though had yet to officially come into office). We only know of this phone call because it was ILLEGALLY leaked to the Washington Post, something that U.S. Attorney John Durham has been investigating.
They were trying to get Flynn out of a technicality because he had yet to assume the office HE WAS ALREADY APPOINTED AND APPROVED TO TAKE.
In any case, the handwritten notes end with this: “If we’re seen as playing games, WH will be furious. Protect our institution by not playing games.”
This shows their desire to cover their own behinds from the Trump White House, as if he caught any wind of this and the utter malarkey that was going on, the President really would have been furious and would have done something about it. Granted, at the time, the focus was him supposedly colluding with Russia and he would have been close to firing Comey at any rate (he would fire him shortly after his inauguration), so the timing wasn't quite there for Trump, but I don't doubt he would have tried to stop them, regardless of how the media would interpret his actions (which they will always interpret any Trump action as being negative, dumb or against "Democracy" or any combination of the three).
Aside from handwritten notes, however, there were also some emails from our good, ol’ buddies Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.
In the first e-mail we are shown, we see Strzok discussing how a potential interview with Flynn might go according to what the General might ask of them.
“I’m sure he’s thought through these, but for DD’s consideration about how to answer in advance of his call with Flynn:
Am I in trouble?
Am I the subject of an investigation?
Is it a criminal investigation?
Is it an espionage investigation?
Do I need an attorney?
Do I need to tell Priebus? The President?
Will you tell Priebus? The President?
Will you tell the WH what I tell you?
What happens to the information/who will you tell what I tell you?
Will you need to interview other people?
Will our interview be released publically [sic.]? Will the substance of our interview be released?
How long will this take (depends on his cooperation – I’d plan 45 minutes)?
Can we do this over the phone?
I can explain all this right now, I did this, this, this [do you shut him down? Hear him out? Conduct the interview if he starts talking? Do you want another agent/witness standing by in case he starts doing this?]”
In another e-mail, this time from Lisa Page, she asks of the person she is emailing (an unidentified individual): “I have a question for you. Could the admonition re 1001 be given at the beginning at the interview? Or does it have to come following a statement which agents believe to be false? Does the policy speak to that? (I feel bad that I don’t know this but I don’t remember ever having to do this! Plus I’ve only charged it once in the context of lying to a federal probation officer). It seems to be if the former, then it would be an easy way to just casually slip that in. ‘Of course as you know sir, federal law makes it a crime to…’”
This one might be one of the worst ones on here, because it shows the tactics of the FBI in getting Flynn. Again, they didn't try to find the truth. They tried to GET HIM TO LIE AND CATCH HIM ON SOMETHING. Whether that something is an outright intentional lie or misremembering something (as it turned out to be), it didn't matter. That statement "I don't remember ever having to do this" isn't in reference to having to remind people that they can't lie to the FBI. It's a reference to the TYPE OF TRAP they were setting for Flynn here. She has never had to target someone like this and purposely set up a perjury trap to get a conviction. At least, that is my personal interpretation of the contents of this e-mail.
Again, Flynn faced pressure from both the FBI and HIS OWN LAWYERS to plead guilty to lying during the January 24th, 2017 interview, the one where Comey did not believe Flynn was outright lying, simply misremembering things, under the threat that the FBI would go after Flynn’s son and destroy his life too. Like any good father would, he sought to protect his son at the expense of his own life (of course, he was financially destroyed too, so that also affected his family), and decided to plead guilty. However, he has since requested that guilty plea to be rescinded.
What’s more, much of this would not have happened if Peter Strzok hadn’t intervened. Operation Crossfire Razor, the operation to investigate Flynn, would have been closed on January 4th, but Peter Strzok sent a message to an unidentified agent saying: “Hey if you haven’t closed RAZOR, don’t do so yet.” Had Razor been closed, this entire thing would not have happened, but the Deep State agents within the FBI made sure that this kept going because they are evil S.O.B.’s, not that I need to remind you of that.
In any case, it is possible that Flynn might be exonerated, which is considerably better than being pardoned. A pardon still carries with the person being pardoned the supposition of guilt. A President can pardon someone charged with something and found guilty of it regardless of whether or not they actually are guilty of it (and we know very well that the justice system is flawed and finds guilty people who are not, particularly when exculpatory evidence is withheld, like with former Senator Ted Stevens or MICHAEL FLYNN). If someone is pardoned, the supposition is that they are still guilty of whatever they did, but the President has decided that they should not serve the sentence they were given for whatever reason.
Being exonerated, however, officially erases any possible guilt. Of course, at the end of the day, anti-American Leftists and RINOs will still believe Flynn to be guilty, but in the eyes of the law, an exoneration clears Flynn entirely. However, I do not think that is enough. Flynn’s life was destroyed in many different ways. His reputation has been tarnished (exoneration helps, but doesn’t fully restore it) and is on the brink of financial collapse. All because he refused to be part of the Deep State and supported Trump’s efforts to become President.
Because of petty politics, a man’s life was ruined by one of the most powerful institutions on Earth: the FBI, at the behest of the larger Deep State. In an effort to destroy Trump, they tried to destroy those around him with whatever means they had available.
I hope that Flynn gets exonerated and given a position within the Trump administration, but I also hope he sues the living crap out of his lawyers (he will probably need financial backing to do that) and I also hope that the people responsible for attempting this not-so-secret coup, from James Comey to James Clapper to Peter Strzok to Lisa Page to EVERYONE who was involved in Flynn’s ruin, get the justice they deserve.
People need to go to jail for this. Whether they do or do not will further go to show what kind of a country we are.
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