Every day it seems like I keep bringing you more and more things that just….don’t….make….sense under the official “Biden is President” story.
Michael Flynn was basically enemy #1 (other than Trump) during the last four years, right?
So why is his brother suddenly set for a promotion now under Biden if Biden is indeed in control of the military?
I’m not telling you what to think, I just report the news and you can draw your own conclusions.
But it seems really weird to me.
Take a look, direct from the Deep State WaPo even:
Per the article, “The general, who will soon be promoted to a four-star officer, said he could not remember whether he said anything on the call (regarding the call for Capitol aid).” Bet if he had said let’s go NOW to defend the Capitol, he’d remember. https://t.co/CaHI3pvFZd
— Flagstaff4Biden (@Flagstaff4Biden) January 22, 2021
Quoting the WaPo:
The general, who will soon be promoted to a four-star officer, said he could not remember whether he said anything on the call. “I do not recall saying anything in the conference, but I may have, and I just don’t recall saying anything to the audience on the other end,” he said. Other participants on the call have told The Post they heard Flynn speak.
The comments from Flynn, the Army’s deputy chief of staff for operations, plans and training, as well as from Lt. Gen. Walter E. Piatt, the director of Army staff, were arranged as the service scrambled to respond to questions about Flynn’s acknowledgment Wednesday.
Earlier Thursday, the Army offered The Post an interview with the two generals, before shifting gears five minutes before the scheduled time and holding a conference call with several media organizations instead.
And in case they later revise the article, here is a screenshot:
The story is also reported directly by the Dept. of Defense, see here:
And from Stripes.com here is more:
FORT SHAFTER, Hawaii — Lt. Gen. Charles Flynn has been nominated to lead U.S. Army Pacific, a post now held by Gen. Paul LaCamera, who took command in November 2019.
Flynn, who will be promoted to a four-star general if confirmed by the Senate, is stationed in Washington, D.C., and serves as deputy chief of staff in the Army’s G-3/5/7 section. It plans and coordinates mobilization of the Reserve component in the continental United States.
He is the younger brother of Michael Flynn, who briefly served as national security adviser in 2017. The elder Flynn pleaded guilty to a felony count of “willfully and knowingly” making false statements to the FBI during its investigation looking into ties between Russia and Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign. Trump pardoned him in November.
Gen. Christopher G. Cavoli assumed command of the consolidated U.S. Army Europe and Africa Oct. 1, 2020. Before pinning on his fourth star and the consolidation, Cavoli was the commander of U.S. Army Europe, headquartered in
US Army Pacific commander will be nominated to lead US Forces Korea, reports say
Charles Flynn has faced scrutiny in recent days over the sluggish deployment of National Guard troops to the U.S. Capitol as insurrectionists broke into the building on Jan. 6.
Officials with D.C.’s city government and the Capitol Police have alleged that the Pentagon was slow in responding to a request for assistance from the National Guard in quelling the riot.
The Army has acknowledged that Charles Flynn was in the room for a key call from the local officials making that request, but the service did so only after it had “falsely denied for days” he did not attend, according to The Washington Post.
Flynn is a graduate of the U.S. Naval War College, where he earned a master’s degree in national security and strategic studies, according to his official bio.
My friend Daniel had more to report: