Lt. Gen. Flynn is the ‘keystone’ to FISA and Russian collusion plan

Lt. General Michael Flynn was the driving force behind the Russian collusion plan to undermine the Trump administration from the beginning.

Flynn was the Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency in the Obama administration from 2012-2014. He was a critic of the administration’s dealings with radical Islamists. Flynn lost a battle to CIA Director John Brennan — a Muslim by faith — and the White House of his assessment of the US involvement in Syria.

Flynn was feared and despised by the Obama White House for his views on radical Islamist and his deep knowledge of State Department and CIA involvement with Islamist extremists in Iran and Syria.

After leaving the Obama White House, Flynn traveled to Russia and meets with Russia government officials as a civilian. He is attends a dinner with Russian leader Vladimir Putin.

While Flynn did all the appropriate actions for the Russian trip — he met with DIA staff before leaving to let them know of the trip, he was briefed before on how to deal with the Russian questions and he was debriefed on what he discovered afterward. All above-board and reportedly helpful to the intelligence community.

So in 2015 Flynn begins speaking with the Trump campaign. Obama’s staff is furious and knows it needs to silence Flynn because he knows too much.

In late 2015 enter Stefan Halper, a career CIA asset working then as a Senior Fellow at Cambridge University. I believe Halper was brought in by Brennan to set up Flynn as colluding with the Russians. That’s where the whole Russian plan was hatched.

Halper was key to bringing in Fusion/GPS and Christopher Steele to produce the dossier with its first target being Flynn.

Flynn was most likely the subject of the first FISA application in the late spring of 2016 for his trip to Russia. However, the FISA court turned down the application because it did not show Flynn broke any laws.

In order to get the FISA court to approve spying on American citizens you need to show: a) The citizen was working with a foreign government, which in and of itself is not unlawful and b) broke the law like fraud or providing classified information.

The original application had no law broken, so it was denied. The Halper and Co. then went after Carter Page in the FISA court later in 2016 to spy on the Trump administration.

This is why Flynn remains free even after admitting guilt to minor charges brought by the DOJ/FBI for speaking with Russians after Trump’s election, but before he took office. Ironically FBI’s Peter Strzok was the agent that interviewed Flynn at the White House without a lawyer and brought these charges.

Obama administration still needed to silence Flynn from joining the Trump team as the National Security Advisor since he knew where all the Obama bodies are buried.

One last “indictment” on Flynn. When Trump meets with Obama after the election the only name brought up by Obama is Flynn telling Trump not to trust him.

This is why I say Lt. General Michael Flynn is the keystone to the whole Russian dossier.

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2018 is done and we are still waiting on the ‘glorious’ revolution

As the closing hours of  2018 tick off, it’s time to take a moment to assess the year that was.

It was promised to be glorious eight times in various drops. It was going to be quite notable. It failed on both measures although the goalposts were moved many, many times.

While there have been some wins, the Senate majority increase. Some ugly wins such as the Brett Kavanaugh appointment to the Supreme Court. Some wins appear to be hollow, like President Trump’s decision to declassify the FISA courts documents.

However we still have Rod Rosenstein at the Justice Department. Trump has replaced Attorney General Jeff Sessions with Acting AG Matt Whitaker, but still no movement on the release of the burning documents.

We also see Special Counsel Robert Mueller entering his third calendar year without any charges being brought against President Trump or his campaign for colluding with the Russians on the 2016 presidential election.

2018 left without any further information from any authorities concerning the whereabouts and contents of Hillary Clinton’s  private email server(s) or the Clinton Foundation’s lack of transparency and involvement in financing the Fusion/GPS Russian collusion report.

In another example of moving the goalposts, we are told the Executive Order, which goes into effect on Jan.1, 2019, will allow for greater leeway for federal prosecutors to bring charges under military tribunal rule of law.

Well we don’t have to wait very long to see how this plays out.

Will 2019 be glorious? I don’t need the bar to be that high. I just want it to be proactive.

All we want for Christmas from Santa Anon seems to be on back order

There doesn’t seem to be any gifts under the tree this year from Santa-Anon.

There was much promise for an event since Thanksgiving, but it appears that the news of something monumental occurring is on back order.

The many elves working furiously like federal attorney John Huber and DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz have not finished building their FISA and Clinton Foundation investigations.

The bigger question is: Will they ever finish their probes? Or better yet, are their probes actually looking at events and people that we are told they are investigating?

Ah, but there is always a new milestone on the horizon. The Jan. 1, 2019 implementation of President Trump’s Executive Order signed in March that effective changes the prosecution of enemy combatants — whether foreign or domestic.

Well, we will just have to see.


Quick note here on the George H W Bush funeral post I put up two weeks ago. Over the last two days that post has been going through the roof with hits.

People are searching out the phrase Bush funeral envelope. Perhaps there is hope going forward with red pilling.


The best laid plans always seem to go awry.

My wife and I planned to take our kids to Washington DC over the holiday break. Well we will get to see plenty of granite and stone columns, but not what is inside due to the government shutdown.

Merry Christmas to all my readers.

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The winter solstice is D-Day: Dark to light

So Friday is the winter solstice. The darkest day or D-Day.

Friday marks the day of the year when it goes dark to light as daytime begins to get longer.

A report was issued on Thursday that stated Acting AG Matt Whitaker would not have to recuse himself in overseeing Special Counsel James Comey and his “Russian Collusion” saga.

More importantly for today, Whitaker can also do what President Trump requested three  months ago and release the declassified FISA warrants.

While many items seem to be aligned for a news drop on Friday, as a seasoned news pro dropping important information today would not be very impactful since most Americans have already checked out for the Christmas holiday.

No today is the day you drop news in the late afternoon that you don’t want Americans to notice.

So we will just have to wait for a possible announcement on a timeline for the release of the FISA information.

Jan. 2, 2019 seems to be the earliest we could see it. After nearly 10 days of holiday, Americans would come back to work and some key executive orders would also be activated at that time. It also would be a day before new House members take office.

Stay tuned.


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Why did the Flynn hearing go off the rails?

Why are mundane federal judicial proceedings taking on such strange behaviors?

Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn’s sentencing for allegedly lying to FBI investigators is taking more than a year to mete out the punishment.

So during Tuesday’s sentencing hearing Federal Judge Emmet Sullivan accused Flynn of treason. Sullivan told the former national security advisor “arguably you sold your country out.”

However, the treason charge was never brought up during his plea deal with federal prosecutors.  In fact federal prosecutors were recommending no jail time for his cooperation in other cases.

So where did Sullivan come up with this charge? We’ll we may never know because after a recess, Sullivan came back into the court and apologized to Flynn for making the suggestion of betraying his country and gave a new three-month delay from sentencing.

How does a seasoned federal judge go off the rails like that at a mundane, pre-arranged sentencing hearing where a further delay was to be ordered?

This is strange behavior in a long line of strange incidents of events dealing with FBI and DOJ and the events surrounding the 2016 presidential election cycle.


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