Framing General Flynn for a Crime He Did Not Commit


Sara Carter reported this week on three major takeaways from the House Intelligence report. There are more than that but one in particular demands attention. The process crime for which Flynn has pleaded guilty, and which has bankrupted him, never happened.

Flynn Didn’t Lie

Former National Security Advisor Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, a three-star general, was fired by the White House for allegedly misleading Vice President Mike Pence about his conversation with former Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak.

As it turns out, he did not lie to the FBI special agents who interviewed him at the White House in January 2017.

This is important because Flynn eventually pleaded guilty to one count of making false statements about his December 2016 phone conversation with Kislyak to DOJ Special Counsel Robert Mueller, “even though the Federal Bureau of Investigation agents did not detect any deception during Flynn’s interview.”

Flynn told Sara Carter he pleaded guilty because of the mounting legal fees. He simply couldn’t afford it.

One of the two agents who conducted the interview, Peter Strzok, did not believe Flynn lied. He is under investigation himself, along with his lover FBI attorney Lisa Page.

Flynn’s conversation with Kislyak was leaked to columnist David Ignatius with the Washington Post on January, 12.  It is under investigation.

Even former FBI Director James Comey, who was fired by President Trump last year, had apparently told Congress that the agents did not believe Flynn had lied. Although Comey does contradict himself a lot, on this and other statements.

There is more information on Flynn not available to the public. He may have committed some other offense but it wasn’t the one he was charged with.


One of the big questions that needs to be answered is whether the 302 was altered. The 302 is the record of Strzok’s notes of the Flynn interview.

On February 19, 2018, Mike Cernovich reported that Andrew McCabe altered the 302s and destroyed all revisions.

Strzok said at the time that he didn’t think Flynn lied, but rather, was confused and forgetful. It was only four days after Flynn assumed the position.

The entire surprise interview was instigated by Sally Yates who accused Flynn of lying and sent Strzok over to meet with Flynn.

We have additional texts between Page and Strzok released this week in which a 302 is mentioned. Look at the following one dated February 14, 2017. Flynn was interviewed on Jan. 24, 2017 by Strzok and another agent. Flynn had to resign on February 13, 2017.

It’s actually not an f 302, it’s an FD-302.

It has, however, been reported that they weren’t altered until Robert Mueller was appointed Special Counsel, which would have been much later. Hopefully, this one is in the hands of the DoJ Inspector General, along with any other ‘revised’ 302s.

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4 years ago

At that critical moment when the nation needed cleansing, we were instead given Senators Sessions, McConnell, Burr, Tillis, Hatch, Grassley, …. to enforce the coverup. All of them have full support for Mueller, and threaten action against Trump.

4 years ago

I’ll leave Mueller to Gohmert and his 48 page memo. It is quite explosive even though I haven’t read it all as of yet.

I heard Gohmert on Breitbart radio describe Mueller’s FBI when Curt Weldon was running for re-election. Mueller and his team leaked that Weldon and his daughter were under investigation for illegal activity involving his congressional work just weeks before his election. A week later FBI agents from Washington raided the home of Weldon’s daughter. Local TV and print media were “on hand” at the event. No charges were ever filed in the case and a year later the local FBI office called Weldon’s daughter to come and get her property that had been removed. Weldon was an outspoken and vocal critic of Mueller and it was payback time.

What we are beginning to learn and what is being exposed is how close we are becoming to a Soviet style country. With the violent hard left and the Marxist indoctrination in the Universities it is becoming more of a possibility. I once said some years ago that I just might have to move to Russia to regain my freedom.

Flotmorton P. Gildersleeve
Flotmorton P. Gildersleeve
4 years ago

Again , Greg, you ring the bell and explain in detail the facts and the law to folks; thanks. Additionally, you might add that Mueller, (a fellow former Marine Officer), persistently sent letters containing known false statements to the parole board to keep those four guys in prison for a murder whom Mueller knew were innocent of the crime of murder. Does that tell you something about Mueller?? Mueller, as well, obstructed justice in the Uranium One Scam by silencing witnesses. These zealots need to be prosecuted and forced to serve the sentences of the persons whom they knowingly falsely prosecuted. I heartily endorse good cops and prosecutors but corrupt cops and prosecutors I spit on.
Mueller and Comey, (AND ROSENSTAIN), give Federal law enforcement a dirty name. The tentacles of the Clinton Cartel and the Obama Syndicate reach far and wide………………McCabe and Comey were both allegedly subject to Bribery. Mueller was the acting U.S. Attorney in Boston, when Whitey was given a free ride after his girlfriend was given a new set of boobs……………………………..
Who gave the order to stop the investigation of Hillary Clinton? I am an independent and intend to hold
all culpable for the crimes they have committed. This country is on the edge of a steep, steep cliff, hope folks will wake up.

4 years ago

Sessions is now deeply embedded in the dirty name of law enforcement. He blocks legitimate information requests. He has the right to reign in at any time the abuses. He did not intervene with the obvious Mueller conflicts. Instead he steadfastly offers his support. He is a co-conspirator.

Whitey’s brother was the biggest democrat in Massachusetts for many years, he ran the party as the Speaker.

4 years ago

I never would have imagined a Federal Agent could write a “summary”, aka 302, and would be used as “evidence” in a court of law. This is a serious flaw in the entire Judicial system.

We have heard just about everyone, Politicians, Media, Pundits etc. say how the rank and file of the FBI are and have served admirably. This perception was enhanced by Efrem Zimbalist Jr and his FBI series. I had read a remake of the series was planned. The history isn’t so kind as television has portrayed. The antics of J. Edgar Hoover was only the beginning. Attempts were made to repair the tattered image.

The Forensics division of the FBI has had its own issues. In the early 80’s a whistleblower exposed misconduct at the lab and had to institute forty major reforms.

The scientific reliability of hair analysis has been questioned as DNA exonerated persons convicted. It was learned “expert witnesses” overstated the reliability. In 2013 the DOJ reviewed thousands of cases from 1982 through 1999. In 2015 it was determined 32 were death penalty cases, in which 14 died or executed. Further investigations found hair analysis evidence had been falsified, altered or suppressed. Cases are still being overturned as a result.

Another concern is with bullet and gun analysis which is less reliable than previously believed. In 2005 the FBI lab abandoned it forty year practice of tracing bullets to specific manufacturer’s batch through chemical analysis after the method was scientifically debunked. National Academy of Sciences raised concerns of the FBI’s forensic testing in a 2009 report that found nearly every familiar staple of forensic science to be scientifically unsound and highly subjective.

One method that is still used is “bite-mark” analysis. In 2016 a man was exonerated and freed in Virginia, based on DNA evidence, after serving 33 years in prison. He had been convicted of rape and murder and sentenced to life in part based on several FBI experts testifying to identification of him by bite-mark patterns, to a “medical certainty.” Scientists say that such certainty is impossible to gain by this test.The DNA testing showed that he was not the perpetrator of the crime. No court in the United States has barred bite-mark evidence, despite 21 known wrongful convictions. This forensic test has been highly suspect for some years, but prosecutors and police continue to rely on it, and FBI agents make claims about it.

Even DNA test can also be suspect. Israeli researchers have found that DNA samples can be easily corrupted. This would apply to convictions where some minuscule samples are taken and exposed with other DNA. In order to prevent corruption extreme care has to be taken at every step in the process.

These are some of the investigative tools the FBI uses and the issues that result. Everyone is probably aware of all the missed opportunities in terrorist attacks. What is not generally known is the many cases where FBI agents found disillusioned young people and bribed and coerced them into agreeing to an attack. Some of these that made headlines kept refusing time and again until they finally gave in. This I would consider complicity in committing a crime. I goes far beyond some undercover operation and crosses the line into being willing accomplices.

4 years ago
Reply to  Greg

Hoover was involved in reviewing the content of the FBI series.