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TRUMP ON FLYNN FREEDOM: ‘He Was an Innocent Man, He’s an Even Greater Warrior’

posted by Hannity Staff - 5.07.20

President Trump weighed-in Thursday on the Department of Justice’s decision to drop all charges against former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn; saying he’s an “innocent man and even greater warrior.”

“He was an innocent man,” Trump said of Flynn during a meeting at the White House with Texas Gov. Greg Abbott. “Now in my book he’s an even greater warrior.”

“Those writers… are thieves,” Trump said. “They should be forced to give back Pulitzer prizes.”

 

 

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ANOTHER SMOKING GUN: Docs Show Strzok ‘Stopped FBI from Ending Flynn Probe’ Despite Lack of Evidence

posted by Hannity Staff - 4.30.20

Recently released documents from the Department of Justice shed even more disturbing light on the actions of high-level officials at the DOJ; revealing Peter Strok “stopped the FBI from ending their probe” into Michael Flynn despite a lack of evidence.

Internal FBI documents unsealed Thursday indicate that Peter Strzok — the now-disgraced anti-Trump former head of FBI counterintelligence — ordered the investigation of former national security adviser Michael Flynn to remain open even after it was slated to be closed due to a lack of so-called ‘derogatory’ information,” reports Fox News.

“Thursday’s document release shows that on January 4, 2017, weeks before the fateful January 24, 2017 White House interview, the FBI’s Washington Field Office issued a “Closing Communication” indicating that the bureau was terminating ‘CROSSFIRE RAZOR’ — the newly disclosed codename for the investigation of Flynn,” adds Fox.

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COLLUSION DELUSION: House Committee to Subpoena Kushner, Sessions, Flynn, Rosenstein, MORE

posted by Hannity Staff - 7.09.19

House Judiciary Chair Jerrold Nadler unveiled his plan this week to issue dozens of subpoenas to those involved in Robert Mueller’s “No Collusion” final report; demanding Jeff Sessions, Michael Flynn, and Jared Kushner testify before Congress.

“House Judiciary Committee Democrats announced Tuesday that they plan to authorize subpoenas later this week for a dozen individuals connected to President Trump as part of the panel’s escalating probe into obstruction of justice, public corruption and other alleged abuses by the president,” reports Fox News.

“The individuals subject to fresh subpoena are: Sessions; Rosenstein; Kushner; former White House National Security Adviser Michael Flynn; former White House Deputy Chief of Staff Rick Dearborn; former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly; former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski; former White House aide Rob Porter; publisher of the National Enquirer David Pecker and chief content officer Dylan Howard; former Stormy Daniels lawyer Keith Davidson; and assistant attorney general for the criminal division Joseph Hunt,” adds Fox.

Republican Rep. Doug Collins slammed Nadler’s request, calling the move an attempt to “relitigate” the Mueller report.

“Today’s latest effort to relitigate the special counsel’s investigation remains unimpressive and unproductive. Mr. Mueller’s team issued more than 2,800 subpoenas before concluding that no Americans conspired with Russia. Even if Chairman Nadler still believes subpoenas are conversation starters, it’s hard to imagine this handful of subpoenas will do anything but reinforce the principal conclusions we’ve been able to read about for months,” Collins said in a statement.

“I remain open to reaching a reasonable accommodation and will not issue subpoenas if the information we are seeking is voluntarily provided,” Nadler said Tuesday. “We will get answers one way or the other.”

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