More FBI Flynn Docs Come to Light Thanks to Judge Emmet Sullivan’s Stalling

Can someone please fire Christopher Wray already? Please? – Jeffrey Jensen, the U.S. attorney for Eastern Missouri assigned by AG William Barr to review the DOJ’s despicable conduct of the Mike Flynn frame-up case earlier this year, came through again today with the revelation of more potentially exculpatory documents that had been withheld from Flynn’s lawyers by the FBI.

The documents include handwritten notes from both FBI Super-Duper Agent and aspiring Latin Lover Peter Strzok and Deputy Assistant Attorney General Tashina Gauhar related to the January 25, 2017 meeting in which Strzok and fellow FBI agent Joe Pientka attempted to entrap General Flynn. Also included in this latest belated tranche of documents is an internal DOJ memo dated January 30 and hand-written notes by then-Acting AG Dana Boente dated March 30, 2017.

From a piece at the Washington Examiner:

Documents declassified this year indicate that Strzok abruptly stopped the FBI from closing its investigation into Flynn in early January 2017 at the insistence of the FBI’s “seventh floor” after the bureau had uncovered “no derogatory information” on Flynn. Emails showed Strzok, along with FBI lawyer Lisa Page and several others, sought to continue investigating Flynn, even considering the Logan Act.

Notes from the FBI’s head of counterintelligence, Bill Priestap, show him asking, “What is our goal? Truth/Admission or to get him to lie, so we can prosecute him or get him fired?”

An email from March 2017 by Gauhar and notes taken by her in May 2017 are mentioned a number of times in special counsel Robert Mueller’s lengthy 2019 report. Mueller found that the Russians interfered in the 2016 election in a “sweeping and systematic fashion,” but he “did not establish” any criminal conspiracy between Trump and Russia.

Boente, who resigned from his position as the FBI’s general counsel effective at the end of June after a decadeslong career in the Justice Department, was the last-remaining active government official who signed off on one of the flawed Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrants targeting onetime Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.

Strzok, Gauhar, and Boente are among the key players in the Russia investigation whom Republican South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, the chairman of the Judiciary Committee, named as possible targets for a subpoena as part of his panel’s inquiry into the FBI’s Crossfire Hurricane counterintelligence investigation into links between Russia and the Trump campaign.

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Notably, this latest batch of withheld FBI documents would not have come to light at all were it not for the efforts by federal judge Emmet Sullivan to do everything he can to keep this case alive past the November elections. Proponents of the “trust the plan” crowd, like that “DrawandStrike” guy on Twitter, will no doubt cackle that this fact means that Sullivan is somehow now a “white hat” – just like Rod Rosenstein and Jeff Sessions – who is an integral part of Trump and Barr’s 5D thinking process.

In reality, Sullivan is just a clearly-compromised jackass who is refusing to dismiss the case still, two full weeks after he was ordered by a 3-judge panel of the DC Circuit Court of Appeals to do so. As Flynn attorney Sidney Powell noted yesterday, any other judge would have acted within 24 to 48 hours of receiving that order from the DC Circuit, but Sullivan is clearly still hoping to find some way to continue extending the case even past the July 16 hearing that he had scheduled prior to the Circuit Court’s order.

In any event, US Attorney Jensen keeps plugging away, and it’s a safe bet that the utterly corrupt “law enforcement” agency that is the FBI still has more secrets yet to be revealed. What a travesty this all is.

That is all.

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21 thoughts on “More FBI Flynn Docs Come to Light Thanks to Judge Emmet Sullivan’s Stalling

  1. Jimmy MacAfee - July 7, 2020

    I’m not one who would call Sullivan anything but a moron who allows his clerks to do all his work for him, and for Obeelzebub to make Sulllivan do whatever the devil wants him to do.

    But I do endorse the Law of Unintended Consequences. Like when the Demonrats at first wanted Trump to run because Cruz would be so much harder to beat!

    I believe the Lord will expose all of them, not Q. No offense to Q, but the Lord is LORD, and Q is not.

    1. GrimPatriot0368 - July 8, 2020

      @ Jimmy MacAfee

      Agreed, Brother Jim.
      However, as it pertains to Q, the Lord has His agents and He works in ways unbeknownst to us mere mortals. While I can’t and don’t elevate Q to god-like status, he is a powerful tool being wielded as effectively as Conan wielding his broadsword. I can see His hand working… Moving swiftly, powerfully and vengefully. The time is nigh.

  2. phineas gage - July 7, 2020

    Obama asked Sullivan for a favor, and Sullivan intends to keep his word all the way through the election, even as he torches what was a formerly respected legal career in the process

    Flynn must not be allowed to talk.

    Wray has been given the rope to hang himself. He has been a useless idiot.

    1. Joe D - July 8, 2020

      What I am hoping for is that Flynn has been busy writing a book.

  3. Jimmy MacAfee - July 7, 2020

    As far as Christopher Wray goes: there are a lot of men and women out there who could do his job far better, but…

    Need to find someone not compromised, if that is even possible these days. (It’s like asking Benedict Arnold for a reference. Is there anyone? Anywhere?)

    Note to President, who may be looking for a replacement: has there ever been a woman FBI Director?

    Just thinking on my feet. No one political, just someone honest and capable who believes in the Constitution of the United States, instead of the Deep State of the One World Government.
    Start with that.

    1. David Blackmon - July 7, 2020

      Ric Grenell is not compromised, clearly. Neither is General Flynn.

      1. Jimmy MacAfee - July 7, 2020

        Those are good suggestions.

      2. Jimmy MacAfee - July 7, 2020

        I would have Flynn at DNI, if it were vacant. NSA, maybe? But not FBI, which would waste his international expertise. Pompeo is doing some good things at State (and was just learning about State vis a vis the CIA, so it was never expected that he’d stay at the CIA.) Remember, State is the setup for CIA via embassies. Every embassy of every country in the world is a spyhole. Grenell would be a great replacement for Pompeo, if Pompeo wanted to move somewhere else, which I don’t see happening.

        I would have Grenell in whatever position he wanted, because he knows his strengths better than anyone. Maybe CIA, because he has the aptitude and the interest. Not sure about anything regarding Little Miss Muffett – a dead zone. At least publicly. Wonder where the leaks come from?

        Flynn, Grenell. Not FBI nor DOJ. Who else for those agencies?

      3. brian - July 7, 2020

        I second that… and as a bonus they aren’t afraid of the swamp…

  4. Jimmy MacAfee - July 7, 2020

    Rosenstein took a plane trip with President Trump; I believe that was when he was told that he would not only NOT be fired, but that he would have to play it through to the end, signing off on the Mueller Report which exonerated the President. Rosenstein is a slippery salamander with his tail cut off, but like most salamanders, he doesn’t do well under the wheels of heavy vehicles.

    I believe President Trump said all that he needed to say about Sessions in the race for the Senate. Sessions wasn’t a bad Senator, but lacked the background and spine for the DOJ.

    I would like someone to name anyone they think could do a better job than Barr. I’m not making a jab; this is a serious request. (And no, Giuliani is not in the running.) Anyone?

    1. tommer - July 8, 2020

      Ought to give Sheriff Clark a whack at it. A no bull shiff kind of man.

  5. LadyJane - July 7, 2020

    I nominate Sidney Powell to replace Barr

    1. David Blackmon - July 7, 2020

      All due respect – and no one respects Sidney Powell more than I do – she is a wonderful appellate attorney who would be lost in the machinations at DOJ.

      1. Jimmy MacAfee - July 7, 2020

        She is the first credible person to mention the NYPD Investigators’ reaction to the Weiner files – nausea, vomiting. She has a lot of perseverance and superb instincts, and an endless supply of integrity.

        While she’s better at breaking down the walls from outside-in, rather than inside-out, someone should be listening to her for references on who to fire first, second and so forth. Sure she’d want Weissmann removed, like most of us. (Personally, I’d rather see him have a little “accident.”)

  6. Rhetorical - July 7, 2020

    FBI=CCP?

  7. Jumper Bones - July 7, 2020

    I’m probably not as smart as some of you folks, including Mr. Blackmon, but did anyone ever consider (or investigate) how much zero-bama might still have his back-door decision-making efforts still “in-play”, such as the delay-tactics of what Judge Sullivan is doing, because his leftist-legacy is in complete tatters, thanks to GEOTUS himself?

    1. Silas - July 8, 2020

      He weaponised just about every agency he could before he left the White House. That’s why POTUS has had so many leakers and “whistleblowers” making his job difficult. And in spite of all that, he’s still one of the best we ever had. A citizen President, not some damn politician President.

  8. Jimmy MacAfee - July 8, 2020

    Nice being with you folks! But it’s time to go.

    From the hopeless “we’re losing!” narrative that I see playing out on these threads to Q’s “rah-rah we’re in control.” neither of which is right (ever see Q admit to a mistake?) the idea of threat assessment is far more subtle and a constantly changing target.

    So Q acts like he’s (or it) has prescience, almost god-like, while trolls feed us their Chicken Little story daily. How much has the sky actually fallen, and how many prosecutions have we seen? The proper assessment is: a lot is going on, especially with the latest news of the removal of Berman, but too much is not being attended to.

    There are a lot of things that can be done, for example: breaking Pig Pharma’s control over the news would be a good start. Force them out of paying ad dollars to the fake news and fake news will have to stop being their mouthpieces. It’s not just a case of fear porn, but advertising revenue. The solution is a bureaucratic one: stop prescription drug ads.

    Making possible the prosecution of judges and prosecutors may offend some and they’ll come back with some nonsense about no one being willing to prosecute crime, but that is the status quo already, and at the same time the number of false prosecutions is alarming. The feds plea everybody, even the innocent (see: Michael Flynn) and have a Devil’s Advocate conviction rate. But when you see corrupt officials in the DOJ (not just the FBI) relentlessly pursuing innocent people for political reasons, something has got to give.

    I’m frankly sick of Barr-bashing. There are things he should be doing, and isn’t, and there are things he’s accomplished that go unnoticed. Removing Berman is a big accomplishment, and has paid multiple dividends in ways that are not being reported. Which suits Bill Barr just fine, because when his name is brought up too often, Congress screams for impeachment. Every time. I see a lot of armchair warriors who continually blast him without a shred of evidence, and who couldn’t be bothered to admit the evidence of his successes.

    But I’m even more sick of those who fail to acknowledge the size and scope of the enemy, and that begins with Alphabet and Google. I won’t bother to explain the threat they pose, because if you don’t recognize it, you live in a cave or on your recliner and just like to hear yourself fart. Google represents a lethality to our Republic like none in history, and they are joined by an increasingly long list of conspirators against us, while working for the CCP. That is depressing, not the latest daily news about what Bill Barr is supposedly not doing.

    Frankly, you all had better hope Q is real. My threat assessment tells me that we are in grave danger, and that the threat is nowhere near being eradicated. We need a nation of patriotic analysts, who don’t just carp, but practice carpe diem, and who look for pieces of the picture, and who can assemble them, and some who see solutions to puzzles; we need a Churchillian effort, consisting of people who come from all walks of life and have unique talents that they are willing to use in what can only be referred to as an underground war.

    Yes, people need to spout off. Fine. But if that’s all we do, just go back to your couch and sniff your latest fart, for all the good it will do.

    My role here is done. I wish all of you the best and that some will rise up and help defeat the gravest threat to our Republic since the Civil War.

    Signing off, ret. Non Compos Mentis

    Jimmy MacAfee

    1. brian - July 8, 2020

      If I read this right Jimmy you are done with the forum here???

      I’m hoping its not running away simply because people disagree with you as this isn’t something a real warrior would do. Fake warriors will break rank and run, real warriors are in for the long game regardless of whats in front of them. There is no armor for the back in God’s army.

      I see the same things here as I’m seeing in other forums too… People are alarmed and rightly so to be concerned that if Trump doesn’t win there will be a great deal of trouble in the lands. Thats not doom and gloom, its reality. Holding a public servants feet to the fire, demanding they produce better results than shown isn’t bashing, its accountability.

      We need more than people analyzing everything. Just what would an army of analysts produce… chaos. Thats what. Fewer is better. What is the result of less but focused analyses?? Better ammunition for the ground troops to act on. Who are the ground troops??? Every patriot that acts, speaks out and represents, on the streets, the principles of God, life and freedom. How does yours or anyone elses analysis here affect the halls of governent… it doesn’t until people here get animated enough to actually speak up.

      Read Lady Janes post again… take it all in… Then decide if staying in the fight is worth it or not.

      Its a war… stay in the fight.

  9. LadyJane - July 8, 2020

    Good morning Dave.

    I came back to thank both you and Jimmy MacAfee for your responses to my answer. When I read Jimmy Mac’s post, my first thought was that it’s a great question. I put Sidney Powell’s name out there because I truly admire her and would love to see more men and women like her in Trump’s administration. So thank you Jimmy for the question and your teaching answer. I appreciate it more than you know.

    I would also like to add that when I come to your site Dave, I feel like I’m in a classroom constantly learning from all who comment here. Like the saying goes, “You’re never too old to learn”.

  10. LadyJane - July 8, 2020

    Jimmy, I saw your post after I posted. I want to let you know I learn a lot from you and the many others who post here. Although it looks like all we do is sit, read and post, that is not completely true.

    We talk to others, try to tell them to open their eyes and see what’s going on to no avail. We study and vote for people who swear they are going to Washington to work for the people only to have them disappoint us. We work hard and do all we can to raise our children to have the same love and respect for God, our county and our way of life that we so strongly have. We pray to God day and night to help us find the answer.

    We don’t want to resort to animal tactics to save our country and can’t understand why people who have made so much from our way of life are willing to destroy the great country that gave it to them. Why do we let outsiders buy up our land. Why do we let politicians walk all over us.

    Yes, it looks like all we do is vent but the truth is we are looking for answers. We’re screaming for answers but get nothing. We want our county back. Why should we send our young men and women to war in other countries but are not able to have them here to save our country. Why did we loose our husbands, wives, children, brothers and sisters in wars. We are trying to understand. Why has Trump been in office for almost 4 years and still has to fight the evil that calls it self a government. We are at the breaking point and I feel if Trump is not able to find the help he needs to save our country, we are lost.

    What can we do as a people. Help us God!

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