Flynn’s acquittal: twists, turns and hopefully indictments

As the investigation into General Flynn seemed dead on arrival, it was Peter Strzok who reinvigorated it in the ongoing Deep State coup attempt on Trump. U.S. Attorney General Barr, not happy with the merits of the FBI’s case, asked the Missouri State AG to take a look. Also coming to the same conclusion as Barr, this ultimately led to charges against Flynn dropped. Will this finally usher in the indictments of those involved in the Brennan/FISA case? And will Flynn ever see his accusers in civil court? Brad Johnson, retired Senior CIA Operative and President of Americans for Intelligence Reform, hopes so and takes you down the twisted path of the Flynn case. We hope that these interviews give you deeper insight into the political turn our Intelligence Community has taken only to forget their true purpose – espionage and providing information and facts. Please support us through donations as you can and sharing this information with friends.

Brad Johnson it is May the 7th and
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something happened today which I think
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is a really powerful sign of goodness
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and and correction in administration and
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that is the all charges were dropped
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against general Flynn and equally and
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perhaps even more important is he was
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not pardoned that it was the process
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itself that determined that he was not
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guilty out in interviews you and I did
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God’s got to be going back over two
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years you pointed out how the judge was
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even sure back then that he was was not
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guilty and was would be damned before he
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would convict an innocent man so let’s
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hear your analysis now that you’ve been
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proven to be absolutely right yeah well
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thank you yeah that the judge the
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comment that he had made at the time as
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you referred to there was that that he
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had never once accepted a plea bargain
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that would put a innocent man in jail
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and he wasn’t wasn’t about to start now
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and I I went through all of the things
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with this judge about how he was you
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know he was just he was he was clearly
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fully convinced that general Flynn was
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innocent of everything and so he was
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very uncomfortable with charging him I
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mean with after he was convicted he
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accepted the plea deal of actually
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sentencing him he was uncomfortable with
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that sentencing process so then I was
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kind of skipped forward what happened
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was US Attorney General Barr took a look
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at the situation didn’t like what he saw
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started asking questions didn’t like
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what he saw so he did something that’s a
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little bit unusual normally prosecutors
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really don’t step on the toes of other
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prosecutors if they’ve tried the case
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they’ve tried the case and everybody
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just kind of his hands off they don’t
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publicly analyze it or things like that
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they just let it roll and in this case
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what bar did was he pulled a US Attorney
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I think there’s Western District of
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Minnesota it doesn’t matter you pulled
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another US Attorney out and said go take
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a look at this case so that guy got put
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down in the middle of this reviewed the
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whole case and came to the conclusion
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that the whole case was bogus and so he
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went before the judge and said we’re
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withdrawing all charges
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never should have been filed to begin
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with so that is a very very very
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interesting development and a lot of
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ramifications out of this now one of the
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things that’s come back out of this is
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that how what was the origin of this
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case and this whole investigation
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started off by the freshly out of office
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Obama he was the one that kicked it off
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and went back to some of the Obama
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holdovers that were still in office in
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DOJ and said hey this conversation took
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place why don’t you take a look at it so
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that’s what kicked the whole process off
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then the next phase of it if you will is
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is the FBI investigators went in they
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set him up and they said oh we just need
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to come you know routine stuff need to
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come in and talk to you about some stuff
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and you know no biggie not you need a
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lawyer or anything we’re just coming to
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settle up and so he goes yeah sure you
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know collegial attitude yeah okay fine
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you know how can I help you and they set
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him up and in his big lie the thing that
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the Liberals on TV all of the mainstream
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media guys are admitted liar admitted
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liar the big lie was you know is
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something like to the effect of you know
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so you had that phone call on Thursday
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morning right he goes yeah I think so
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and it was actually Friday morning and
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so they caught in a lie because it’s
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like wow I don’t remember and then
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they’re claiming it was a lie so yeah
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okay he didn’t remember accurately
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because you know how many hundreds and
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hundreds of phone calls does a guy like
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that make and you look back you know a
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month ago and tell me what day and what
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time meant phone call took place criminy
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you know I’m lucky you remember I had
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the phone call not even the day and time
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of it so that was the big lie they
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caught him in now as that as the FBI
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went through all of that process and
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they have that file that they that they
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keep of all the information that comes
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out of the investigation and that file
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has gone missing is part of the problem
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and so of course that you know very
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suspicious those things don’t go missing
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it got it got destroyed by one of the
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guys involved one of the FBI or DRG
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people involved FBI and so at any rate
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they’re all sitting around one okay you
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know
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look this guy’s done nothing wrong all
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the in VI investigations are saying this
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guy did absolutely nothing wrong until
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it got to the point where that it goes
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to before or Peter Straub is sitting
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there and so Peter start the infamous
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guy who’s gotten in so much deep you
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know doodoo out of all of this stuff was
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the guy that said no no no no hold on
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this investigation is not over and he’s
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the one that reinvigorated it and made
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it go forward and made him start
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changing the files all that stuff
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originated out of Peter strop now just
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kind of in the scheme of things Peter
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stock was very much a go-to guy out of
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the Obama administration Peter stock was
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the head of the counterintelligence
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division of the FBI one of the several
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things the way this is being played by
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the mainstream media the left-wing
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you know pro Obama media is that this is
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crazy that this guy admitted to lying
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and you know how could it possibly be if
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he meant Stu lying that that they
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dismissed the charges and they’re
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actually just you know sometimes I think
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these guys are all smoking crack with
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the stuff they come up with but their
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album well but the judge doesn’t have to
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take that recommendation he can insist
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that this case go on but as as we’ve
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talked about multiple times and as you
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reminded us all the my judge knew this
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case stunk to high heaven from the very
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beginning so the judge is the last guy
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that’s gonna try to keep this thing
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going forward he’s happy to have this
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this mess behind him because he didn’t
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like it at all so and then of course the
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nature of the lie is just it was a setup
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and and like I said that all came out of
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how Peter straw got involved so
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interesting that just that he’s this guy
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that the elbe and by the way I was going
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to say that the press seems to be
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playing him is just some mid-level guy
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but you know you have the head of the
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FBI the deputy I there may be a couple
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of Deputies and then you have two
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divisions criminal and CI criminal being
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the big one CI being the smaller but
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nevertheless there’s two two of those
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divisions and he was the head of it so I
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mean arguably he’s the number four or
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five guy in the FBI and they’re calling
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him some mid-level guy guys you know if
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you had a CI division or criminal
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division in the
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yeah that’s not a small position that’s
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a very very senior leadership position
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so just everything coming out of the
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Main Street main stream media is just
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you manipulating the information for
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their own benefit now so big loser out
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of all of this is is this connection
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back up to Obama I would say between
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Pierce track of the FBI the DOJ and and
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Obama they’re the parties that are
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coming under scrutiny and under question
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for this
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so that’s damned interesting another
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thing too now the way that all this was
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done there’s clearly some criminal
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implications out of this on the part of
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the FBI leadership the DOJ at now I
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don’t know so much about Obama because
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Obama apparently was the guy that
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brought it to the DOJ his attention but
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said hey did you know about this phone
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call maybe you should look into it that
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by itself is not criminal nevertheless
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it’s interesting that they would have
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received that as you know orders yes sir
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we’ll go make sure that that’s
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investigated it depends on what was said
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there and what can be proved which is
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probably nothing but the lower down is
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the one that actually were involved in
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this have a paper trail on some of these
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things so I would say there’s a there’s
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a pretty decent case there against them
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criminally now since this thing was over
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they’ve already been undercut they’ve
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been reversed essentially by leadership
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at DOJ it’s going to be very interesting
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to see how that part plays out but I
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would say there’s another big big loser
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in this that’s gone completely under the
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radar nobody’s mentioned his name at all
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and maybe he won’t turn out to be such a
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loser because he’s just so completely
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forgettable and forgotten and that’s
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Jeff Sessions Jeff Sessions was in there
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as Attorney General and all this was
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going on got kicked off and started he
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didn’t recuse himself from this one so
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it’s interesting that that all of this
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would have been taking place and he
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would have been aware of all of this
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stuff and yet where was he when this was
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going on and I would I would argue to
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you that probably I think if if as in
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the history books when people start
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looking back at this and may
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even in the in the short-term I think
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one of the people that’s going to be
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looked on is just simply being plain old
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fashioned cowardice Jeff sessions he
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recused himself from the big case of all
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the FISA investigation when he didn’t
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really have to and he didn’t even step
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in and get involved in this Flynn case
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in any way shape or form even though he
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would have known he had to have known a
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lot of the details of what was going on
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and could have put this together himself
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like I said US Attorney General Dwyer
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walked in and now granted he’d done this
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before so we had more experience than
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sessions but he walked in took a look at
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all this stuff and said you know they
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have right something’s wrong here
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started asking questions didn’t like the
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answers he got and then this is the
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result of that process so sessions must
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have done something and did absolutely
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nothing recused himself out of that of
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the of the FISA case the fight’s
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investigation and ended up being
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absolutely do nothing guy that that
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rightly so president Trump finally was
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forced to fire not that Jeff Sessions is
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a bad guy I think he’s by all accounts a
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very decent man but clearly clearly
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clearly just not up to doing the job
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very cowardly in his approach to that
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and let me say Jeff Sessions was kind of
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a mainstay in the Republican Party and
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unfortunately I would say one of the
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problems we have with the Republican
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Party today the the Democrats are
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aggressively going about their about
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whatever their political goals are in
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life and certainly we can see that the
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way the investigation was done over the
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then the phone call to Ukraine and all
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of those sorts of things on the house
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side they’re extraordinarily aggressive
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really going after this and yet on the
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Republican side we have these people
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like Jeff Sessions who are just sort of
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you know meek and mild and cowardly and
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not really willing to stand up and I
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think that’s essentially that part of
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the reason while we find ourselves in
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the screwball position politically today
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are those people like Jeff Sessions who
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just aren’t really able to stand up and
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defend kind of the other side and make
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arguments the other way and they’re just
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pray to the press afraid of the
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Democrats afraid of everything and so
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those those people that rise up through
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the ranks for the Republicans are guys
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like that so I think I think that really
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is an indicator just have the depth of
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the overall problem that we have in our
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political system today the Republicans
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are a bunch of wussies that are bullied
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and the Democrats are a bunch of
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ideologue wackos that that are perfectly
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willing to destroy the United States of
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America its economy if it lets them
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defeat a political enemy so it’s a it’s
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a screwed up backwards strange thing but
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this general fling case is a fabulous
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step forward if those guys are
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criminally charged and are convicted
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that also completely opens the door for
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general Flynn in civilian court in the
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United States separate things the
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criminal case would be the state against
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those individuals that perpetrated a
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fraud by going after Flynn they get
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convicted
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by any way shape or form then he’s got
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that criminal complaint the the
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conviction and he can use that in
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civilian court to sue the pants off all
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those guys which I think that would be
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true justice in life since he was
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financially completely destroyed lost
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his house lost everything every penny he
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had I think it would only be justice
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that he regains all of that from those
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guys that unfairly persecuted him well
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in the lost time and lost opportunity
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and reputational damage and the gray
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hair and all that yes well I’d say I
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think he deserves he deserves a lot not
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just money he definitely should see some
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of the people who did what they did to
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him in the place that they were trying
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to put in but what do you think in terms
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of it could this be sort of the first
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snowball on the avalanche that starts to
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bring down this whole coup this whole
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deep state attempt to overthrow a
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sitting president it could be and it
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always boils down to the question and we
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talked about this in a previous
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interview but it always always boils
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down to the question and it and this is
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unfortunate but it will US attorney
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general bar be up to the situation and
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follow through and prosecute these
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people who have broken the law will he
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do it and I think this is the first case
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will there be indictments out of this
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for what those people did and also a
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very important factor and I think
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another big loser out of this case that
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nobody’s focused on is the current FBI
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director ray again a guy who’s done
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absolutely nothing and what what I know
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what he thinks he’s doing and he’s
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talked about this publicly what he
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thinks he’s doing is protecting the
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reputation of the FBI so he’s trying to
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keep a lid on all this scandal thinking
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that that is what protects the
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reputation of the FBI that is absolutely
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wrong that’s moronic it’s one of it’s a
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stupid stupid thing for this man to be
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saying clearly Christopher ray is
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completely over his head as director of
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the FBI this is a situation it’s way
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past the stage of keeping a lid on it
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tamping it down covering it up to save
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the reputation of the FBI if you want to
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save the reputation of the FBI at this
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point you get out the bad apples the the
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dirty cops that are there got to go got
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to go to jail got to pay the price
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everybody has to have to see that just
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because you’re an FBI it doesn’t mean
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you’re invulnerable to the law that you
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don’t have to pay the price if you’re a
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dirty cop that’s how you save the
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reputation of the FBI it’s way too late
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for what he’s doing what he’s been doing
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and it’s time for Christopher ray to
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resign an absolute disgrace before he’s
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fired it seems to me that all they all
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these agencies who have these sorts of
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things going on include the RCMP in this
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need to just come clean about what they
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did if they ever want the public trust
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back yeah now the individuals who are
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guilty will never do it I mean if you’re
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guilty what are you gonna say oh oh ye
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