The FBI’s Flynn Outrage: a falsified crime

Gen. Mike Flynn is and has always been innocent. The Department of Justice is currently uncovering facts intentionally hidden by the FBI. It is now known that the FBI had the intent of framing him for a crime he did not commit, then laying a trap for him to admit to a crime created by the FBI.

Sounds complex? For regular people like myself, stories like this have never been easy to understand. The FBI and the left know this. They muddy-up the story using legal means and secrecy, making it too complicated for most people to understand.

Kimberley Strassel of the Wall Street Journal published an article yesterday, “The FBI’s Flynn Outrage: New documents shock the conscience and demonstrate the need for accountability“:

“Mr. Flynn in 2017 pleaded guilty to a single count of lying to FBI agents about conversations he had with Sergey Kislyak, Russia’s ambassador to the U.S. Thanks to new documents the feds belatedly turned over to his attorneys, we know the FBI engineered this “crime.” Handwritten notes from former FBI counterintelligence head Bill Priestap, made before the bureau’s interview of Mr. Flynn, ask the following: “What is our goal? Truth/Admission, or to get him to lie, so we can prosecute him or get him fired?”

One of the frustrations of the Trump-Russia “collusion” narrative is that the evidence of law enforcement’s abuse of power keeps emerging in dribs and drabs. To grasp the outrageous conduct fully, the Flynn documents need to be added to what we already know. The overall evidence paints a scandalous picture: Having labored and abysmally failed in 2016 to build a case that Mr. Flynn was an agent of the Russians, the FBI and Justice Department changed gears—rifling through his communications, inventing a fake crime, and entrapping him on a “lying” charge.”

[ WSJ video here. Read full article here and here. ]

Evidence against FBI Director, James Comey is damning. Comey manufactured a lie, and Robert Mueller perpetuated the lie against Gen. Flynn. They intended to jail an innocent and honorable man who faithfully served his country for over 30 years. This is an outrage and injustice.

The left’s debacles are now starting to unreel, one after another. From accusations like fake dossiers, false accusations of Russian collusion, to relentless attempts to impeach President Trump.

The public has been observing these scandalous manoeuvre’s by the left-leaning political operatives, i.e., House Democrats and Obama Administration. Evidence is being gathered and documented.

It is undeniable that they have been out to “get Trump” from the very beginning. They have been cooking up fake dossiers by Clinton, telling lies, using cover-ups and slander to try to get their way.

Furthermore, the liberal mainstream media has enabled this. This is why Trump has labelled the media “fake news” and it will stick. The left-wing still hasn’t succeeded in getting what they want, and yet, they’re still cooking up new schemes to “get Trump” using the Coronavirus angle. Very sad indeed.

People’s faith in politicians on the left is depleting very quickly. The public will see it, and have been seeing this transpire before their eyes. It is becoming more clear by the day. Trust in government institutions is eroding. This is very unhealthy and extremely toxic for a supposedly free and democratic society.

Justice must be served. Restore the people’s trust in government institutions by holding responsible those who are guilty of their criminal misconduct and shameful misdeamenors.

I believe this is also a spiritual battle that Christian believers and spiritual people ought to pray about. The evil one is out to cause confusion and division using hate, lies and slander. In the end, may God’s will be done.

The Makings of a Movie: FBI’s Framing of an Innocent Man

James Comey, former FBI Director

What makes for a good criminal investigative type of movie or TV series? Something sinister…real sinister. Stuff this sinister is hard to dream up for any creative mind. No need to dream anything up because we have one in the making and it’s coming out soon.

Stuff like this happens only in politics, in business and in the workplace. In real life, I would never want to be a part of dirty politics. As for me personally, I try to stay away from “politics” (in the negative sense of the word). But I am interested in what goes on in politics and public policy. (Before going to seminary, I studied public policy; thus, my interest in stuff like this.)

As I blogged in an earlier on FBI’s Flynn Outrage, this whole issue about Gen. Mike Flynn being framed for a crime he did not commit is all tied together with what liberals want. It also shows the level of desperation in how they want to impeach President Trump. The sinister-level of this whole ordeal might be at the level of Watergate. Thus, my comparison to the making of a good movie or TV series. Creative writers for Hollywood, wake up.

Former FBI Director, James Comey, said Michael Flynn did NOT lie (Video)
General Michael Flynn, former W.H. National Security Advisor

What would drive a person or a group to want to frame an innocent person for a crime he did not commit. The crime would have to be hideous enough to want to cover up a real crime. In this case of the FBI and James Comey, there is a real crime beneath the faked crime. Politics can get nasty and this story is it. There will certainly have to be consequences and repercussions.

There’s lots of details in this complex story. Too much for me to understand, and more than most people can absorb. Uncover more and you might get more truth on why the Roger Stone story also had a coverup. Andrew McCarthy at the National Review has written a great article that goes into detail about this whole complex ordeal of the FBI cover up. He writes:

“…. Why was Flynn set up? The answer to the what question has been clear for a long time: The FBI set a perjury trap for Flynn, hoping to lure him into misstatements that the bureau could portray as lies. In the frenzied political climate of the time, that would have been enough to get him removed from his new position as national security adviser (NSA), perhaps even to prosecute him. On that score, the new disclosures, startling as they are to read, just elucidate what was already obvious.

But why did they do it? That has been the baffling question. Oh, there have been plenty of indications that the Obama administration could not abide Flynn. The White House and the intelligence agencies had their reasons, mostly vindictive. But while that may explain their gleefulness over his fall from grace, it has never been a satisfying explanation for the extraordinary measures the FBI took to orchestrate that fall.

…. (continued)

[ Flynn,] The former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency knew how the spy agencies worked. He knew where and how they kept secrets. He had enough scars from tangles with the intelligence bureaucracy that he knew how the game was played — how intelligence officials exploited information, or selectively withheld it.

The objective of the Obama administration and its FBI hierarchy was to continue the Trump–Russia investigation, even after President Trump took office, and even though President Trump was the quarry. The investigation would hamstring Trump’s capacity to govern and reverse Obama policies. Continuing it would allow the FBI to keep digging until it finally came up with a crime or impeachable offense that they were then confident they would find. Remember, even then, the bureau was telling the FISA court that Trump’s campaign was suspected of collaborating in Russia’s election interference. FBI brass had also pushed for the intelligence community to include the Steele dossier — the bogus compendium of Trump–Russia collusion allegations — in its report assessing Russia’s meddling in the campaign.

But how could the FBI sustain an investigation targeting the president when the president would have the power to shut the investigation down?

The only way the bureau could pull that off would be to conceal from the president the fullness of the Russia investigation — in particular, the fact that Trump was the target.

That is why Flynn had to go.”

read full National Review article here