New documents prove FBI targeted Flynn and framed him


Newly released documents now prove that FBI management targeted and framed the Trump administration’s former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn as part of their effort to overthrow Trump and the 2016 election.

The documents show two things. First, after doing its initial investigation and finding no evidence of wrong-doing at all, the FBI closed the case against Flynn. Fired FBI agent Peter Strzok then insisted on reopening it. Second, other newly released documents show that the goal of this reopened investigation was “to get him to lie so we can prosecute him or get him fired.”

They then set up interviews with Flynn, and when they didn’t quite get what they wanted, Strzok rewrote the interview reports to his own personal satisfaction.

I expect Flynn’s case to be thrown out this week, exonerating him completely. This also lends weight to the other rumors last week that the investigations of this FBI and Justice misconduct against Trump will result in actual indictments in the coming days.

If so, I sing “Hallelujah!” At last some of these corrupt individuals will face the consequences of their abuse of power. It can’t happen too soon.

3 comments

  • David Telford

    We have been waiting a long time for the revelation of what appears to be a severe abuse of power by the DOJ, the FBI (the IRS…). This is bad enough that there should be quite a row. There should be prosecutions and a cleaning of the house. A mea culpa by upper management. And a restoration of trust.

    Why am I skeptical that we’ll see little if any of that?

  • Cotour

    “Why am I skeptical that we’ll see little if any of that?”

    And you will NOT see it if there ever appears a Joe Biden presidency. Joe and the Democrat leadership will make it all disappear in the name of keeping the peace in the country (For the Democrats anyway). And you can bet on that.

    Trump and his administration has a job to continue and finish, and so let it be finished for all our sakes.

  • David

    I’m not so convinced that the case will be dismissed. The judge has been pretty harsh on Gen. Flynn in past statements, and might very well view all this is “yes, that’s what the FBI has always done, why did people expect differently here?”.

    There are lots of good posts at The Conservative Treehouse outlining not just all the dirty laundry everyone here is familar with, but the nexus of people, who did what in what order, who reviewed it, who approved it, and who is supposedly investigating it now (surprise, it’s all the same names). They expect nothing major in terms of indictments from any of this, it’s a case of “if we dismiss that, or prosecute that, the whole house of cards comes down and every one of us ends up in jail, and the FBI, CIA, and DOJ are broken for a generation. We can’t have that. So what if the righties don’t trust us anymore.”

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