Former National Security Adviser, Gen. Mike Flynn, Goes Down for His Treachery and Deceit

Note to my readers: Although my main focus is outdoor activities and related things, I do get into politics now and then. A post about this week’s camping trip is coming very soon. Now to something really important for all Americans:

 

If you haven’t been following the saga of Mike Flynn’s treachery and deceit and you’re surprised that he’s pleading guilty today, this article will help you get up to speed.

Flynn stabbed America in the back when he assured Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak that when tRump was sworn in, he’d make sure to reverse the sanctions imposed by President Obama for their interference in our election.

Yeah, that’s a crime. Which is, of course, why he tried to cover up his treachery.

Flynn’s opening strategy was to deny everything. Denied at first that there was even a conversation. Then admitted they spoke but denied that sanctions were discussed.

Oops! His conversation with the ambassador was recorded because our intelligence services, including the FBI, record every call by every Russian spy every time.

Checkmate, Michael. You’re going down.

 

 

Bulldog Ben Basile

 

Following the Money Could Lead to the Bigger Scandal – Political Wire

Bulldog says: Wow. Just wow! Many of us who have followed the ever-expanding story around tRump’s sickening corruption have been waiting for confirmation that investigators were focusing on the financial part of all of it. So it’s not an unexpected development but it still packs a wallop now to get confirmation that the probe has gone there.

Buckle up. There’s turbulence ahead.

 

This piece is only available to Political Wire members. Deep Throat never actually told Bob Woodward to “follow the money,” but the phrase, which which was used in All the President’s Men, has become symbolic for getting to the bottom […]

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