If you ask me, General Michael Flynn is a BIG TIME patriot!
And if you ascribe to the whole “Q” phenomenon, I wouldn’t be surprised if he was part of that group.
An American patriot in the military who couldn’t stand what was happening to our country any longer.
An American patriot who backed President Trump.
And a guy who got caught in the crossfire and was (framed?) had bogus procedural charges brought against him that account to nothing more than mere technicalities.
That’s all my opinion, but I think MANY people share it.
So I was so happy to see Gen. Flynn finally fighting back!
President Trump himself took to Twitter to applaud the move:
Which of course makes you think that perhaps the President is signaling something much bigger by his Tweet.
An eventual pardon, perhaps.
Scott Adams (a very smart man) had the same thought and posted it here:
CNBC had more on the new twist to the Flynn story:
After months of delays, President Donald Trump’s former national security advisor Michael Flynn could tell a federal judge on Friday that he has finished cooperating with the government and is ready to be sentenced.
But the retired Army lieutenant general’s recent decision to replace his legal team with Sidney Powell, a fiery critic of special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe of Russian election interference, struck some as a signal that Flynn could be angling for a pardon.
“It’s a very delicate situation, and it’s a strange choice to bring on a lawyer who regularly is lambasting the investigation that [Flynn] now is cooperating in,” said former federal and New York state prosecutor Duncan Levin.
“This could be a straight-up Machiavellian ploy for a presidential pardon,” Levin said. “But then again, it could also just be a big coincidence.”
Flynn’s lawyer and federal prosecutors face a Friday deadline to file a joint status report in Washington, D.C., federal court. In the last such report in March, Flynn asked Judge Emmet Sullivan for a 90-day extension because “there may be additional cooperation” for him to provide in a separate criminal case.
The Washington Post reported Thursday that Flynn was still planning to testify in that case in a federal court in Alexandria, Virginia.
And then there was this, from Politico:
President Donald Trump on Thursday hailed Michael Flynn's move to hire a lawyer who has been a fierce critic of the FBI’s investigation into the former national security adviser.
“General Michael Flynn, the 33 year war hero who has served with distinction, has not retained a good lawyer, he has retained a GREAT LAWYER, Sidney Powell,” Trump tweeted. “Best Wishes and Good Luck to them both!”
The message from Trump is one of the strongest indicators Flynn, who pleaded guilty to lying to investigators about his contacts with the Russian ambassador during the presidential transition, remains in the president’s good graces and hints that a pardon might still be within the realm of possibility.
Flynn continues to be a recipient of the president's public support despite having been fired for having lied to Vice President Mike Pence about his conversations with the Russian ambassador.
Last week, Flynn fired his legal team and hired Powell, a former Justice Department attorney who has publicly dinged the investigation into Flynn, accusing the FBI of spying on the retired Army general as part of a "setup," arguing he should withdraw his guilty plea and that his case should be dismissed.
Flynn's former legal team, which took a less hostile approach to his defense, attempted to advance such an argument late last year, earning his lawyers an admonishment from the judge handling his case.
Powell told POLITICO on Wednesday that Flynn would continue to cooperate with the government while he awaits sentencing.
Trump’s tweet comes less than a week after federal prosecutors released a voicemail left by former Trump lawyer John Dowd for one of Flynn’s attorneys just after Flynn withdrew from a joint defense agreement with the president in order to cooperate with special counsel Robert Mueller. In the voicemail, Dowd appeals to Flynn lawyer Robert Kelner for a "heads up" on information that could implicate the president and compromise "national security."
"Remember what we’ve always said about the president and his feelings toward Flynn and ... that still remains," Dowd said.
And here's more on the story with a great video I think you'll really enjoy: