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Trump “strongly considering” a “Full Pardon” of Michael Flynn

Trump “strongly considering” a “Full Pardon” of Michael Flynn

Trump: “So now it is reported that, after destroying his life & the life of his wonderful family (and many others also), the FBI, working in conjunction with the Justice Department, has “lost” the records of General Michael Flynn. How convenient.”

We’ve been covering the travesty that is the General Michael Flynn case. Flynn was charged with process crimes associated with the Mueller probe and recently sought to withdraw his guilty plea.  You can read our coverage here.

President Trump tweeted Sunday that he is “strongly considering a Full Pardon” for Flynn.

NBC News reports:

President Donald Trump said Sunday that he’s strongly considering a full pardon for Michael Flynn, after the Justice Department ordered a review of the criminal case against Trump’s first national security advisor.

“I am strongly considering a full pardon,” Trump said in a Twitter post.

Flynn pleaded guilty in 2017 to lying to the FBI about the nature of his conversations with the Russian ambassador prior to Trump’s inauguration as president.

He was originally charged by special counsel Robert Mueller, who was tasked with investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election and any links between Trump campaign members and Russian officials.


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Wray is a criminal and an accessory after the fact. He needs to be investigated and replaced. Trump should review every communication, log, appointment books, secretarial records etc of this weasel.

    Pardon Flynn, give him a new job in the administration, and FIRE THAT FBI RAT WRAY!

      The Friendly Grizzly in reply to | March 15, 2020 at 5:42 pm

      The FBI needs a complete, thorough go-through. Clean it out, or, disband it.

      I think he would best serve where his strengths are which, from my readings, are in intelligence. He was going to overhaul top to bottom so the information generated could be used more effectively in the field. The current players very much did not like that potential loss of power.

      That being said, I think that we are not privy to much of what is going on. I think that Flynn, knowing where all the bodies are buried, has information that needs to be brought into the realm of justice from the realm of top secret. This, or something akin to this, is why, despite everyone with even an ounce of integrity knows he was railroaded, is still playing out. I have faith in his current council, Sydney Powell to get him through this. Her talk before Hillsdale on youtube was superb.

Do it Mr. President. Do it NOW.

Pardon, fully pardon every single person prosecuted by the corrupt cabal of anti-Americans.

    Rick in reply to Barry. | March 15, 2020 at 4:15 pm

    And then appoint Flynn to a senior department position from which he can recommend termination of deep staters.

    DB523 in reply to Barry. | March 15, 2020 at 4:41 pm


    fast182 in reply to Barry. | March 15, 2020 at 7:17 pm

    Ideally the DOJ should be forced to drop the charges, to remove some of the stain on Flynn. Then he sues the government for wrongful prosecution. A pardon kinda’ lets them off the hook.

    But yes, Flynn should immediately become brought into the administration. Revenge is a dish best served cold.

    Oh, and break the FBI into a bunch of independent regional agencies, move all employees to their region (far from DC), and create a central coordination agency for cross-territory activity that’s located somewhere in the central US.

“I am strongly considering a full pardon,” Trump said in a Twitter post.

So what’s to “consider”, Trump? You were quick enough to (in effect) pardon Hillary.

    PDJT likes to ‘telegraph’. So far, he hasn’t come through on things he’s ‘telegraphed’.

    The US buying Greenland is still on the table, as far as I’m concerned.

    walls in reply to moonmoth. | March 15, 2020 at 5:59 pm


    rabidfox in reply to moonmoth. | March 16, 2020 at 11:53 am

    A pardon assumes guilt. If the President pardons Flynn it indicates that the President thinks he is guilty. Also a pardon would block any attempt by Flynn to recoup his reputation and finances through a wrongful prosecution suit.

IMMEDIATELY, Wray should be arrested and put behind bars.

So, yet again, the excuse the FBI/DOJ trots out is akin to “The dog ate my homework” right?

Lois Lerner’s hard drive containing relevant emails was “lost.” Hillary and her co-conspirators destroyed electronic devices containing evidence even though the devices were under subpoena and no one got so much as a slap on the wrist. Revealing Strozk-Page text messages were suspiciously lost only to surface later. Electronic devices assigned to Strozk and Page they worked for Mueller’s Special Counsel were wiped after it was determined the two held personal animus toward the subject of their investigation.

And in all of this, we’re supposed to just accept the government’s “Gee, I don’t know how that happened” excuses at face value.

I don’t know what records the FBI allegedly “lost” but this time, doesn’t there come a point where a reasonable person will conclude that this constitutes de facto spoliation of evidence and dismiss this whole thing as the farcical miscarriage it is?

I have been leery of some of the calls to just pull the plug on the FBI entirely but if they’re as incompetent and corrupt (fraudulent and illegal FISA warrant applications) as it appears, I don’t see how they can be trusted anymore and their credibility and neutrality is in tatters.

Maybe it is time to just burn it down and start over.

    DB523 in reply to Idonttweet. | March 15, 2020 at 4:39 pm

    Due to Covid19 the FBI is cancelled and asked to stay home. /?maybe sarc off

    rightway in reply to Idonttweet. | March 15, 2020 at 5:50 pm

    The FBI should be dissolved and its functions to the Dept of Homeland Security. Maybe a little distance from DOJ will help reduce some of the incest between the two agencies.

    Barry in reply to Idonttweet. | March 15, 2020 at 6:44 pm

    “Maybe it is time to just burn it down and start over.”

    I’m good with the “burn it down” part.

    Then salt the earth where it stood.

Trump also needs to (have Barr) Fire and start investigations into all the malicious prosecutors. Otherwise it won’t matter and they will do more “who cares Hillary and our other friends broke the rules criminally but Flynn and our other opponents were innocent – we’re not 1984, we’re Kafa on steroids”.

    “Kafa on steroids…”

    Nah. Just complete corruption.

    Complete: news, congress, entertainment media, schools, bureaucracy, certain corporations (GE), Internet companies and the like.

    HOWEVER, the revolution has begun. We did elect PDJT. We did dump the likes of flake, corker, etc.

    The death of mccain was also a gift we have utilized.

    Let’s keep it going.

    MarkS in reply to tz. | March 16, 2020 at 7:35 am

    Barr? What a joke! Yeah, he’ll investigate…and investigate……………..

Justice in the face of social justice. Just… do it!

My2centshere | March 15, 2020 at 5:20 pm

John Soloman had a podcast on March 12th with K.T. McFarland that was a mind blowing interview about her experience with the F.B.I. She had the money and the ability to deal with it and has a great idea about how to curb the abuse of the system.

Trump is fighting a war both for justice for General Flynn, and one for public opinion, for what was done by the deep state.

The longer the General Flynn Fiasco drags on, the more comes out about the horribly wrong actions by the deep state. General Flynn is one of many battles that are being waged against the deep state by Trump.

The end goal for Trump is to reform the Justice Dept, FBI, and Intelligence agencies that all were part of this conspiracy. It’s a sad comment I don’t feel that comment is a fringe statement, 10 years ago I would have felt it was.

DO IT! Don’t temporize on this, it has gone on long enough! The General was deliberately entrapped, and everyone involved with enabling this travesty should be locked up for the rest of their lives.

General Flynn should be granted a pardon and then appointed as special prosecutor to investigate the rogue FBI and DOJ. He should be given the same powers as Robert Mueller, including authority to leak information. Most importantly to investigate Congress, such as Adam Schiff, Jerry Wadler, Nanzi Pelosi and Chuck Scummer.

If Wray allows these records to be destroyed, he should be fired. It would be very simple to find out who destroyed them. Just interview every FBI Agent who handled the records and tell them if they are hiding the culprit you will ruin their life. Someone will talk. Unfortunately Wray is part of this. Barr needs to step in and man up. He is a huge disappointment.

High profile documents like Flynn’s do not get “lost”. Heads must roll, lots of them!

A full pardon is a start. How will General Flynn and his family be made whole? Perhaps a few skins of the bogus investigators could help?

DiGenova brings up the January 5th, 2017 meeting with Rice, Yates, Biden, Comey, and Obama… a meeting to discuss how to get Michael Flynn. .

FBI holds a document to Exonerate General Flynn – refuses to release it… ~John Solomon: .The Deep State corruption continues.

JackinSilverSpring | March 15, 2020 at 6:45 pm

Where is Bill Barr on this? AWOL. Apparently there is no one in America that President Trump can hire that will clean up DOJ. As for Christopher Wray, he is a cypher who needs to be replaced ASAP.

Epstein did not kill himself

And Barr is useless and part of the Deep State
He has done absolutely nothing for Trump or this Country

A pardon right now would be dumb.

Why? Because every day the Flynn defense goes on, more DoJ misconduct comes to light than a month of internal investigation. This was a hit-job on Flynn from Day One, and the responsible individuals keep getting dragged out into the sunlight and exposed. The *minute* a pardon happens, all that progress vanishes.

I want Flynn vindicated, his criminal prosecutors in jail, and a hefty civil settlement (with associated book deal). None of that will happen with a pardon.

Burn them, Sidney. Burn the rats until they scatter for cover.

Why doesn’t Trump just do it, instead of sending out the trial balloon. Or is this kind of a controlled “leak?”

Sydney Powell for AG. I’m really liking her.