Did Flynn Just Call Out Mueller on Under-the-Table Plea Deal?

Epoch Times:

Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn appears to have put the team of former special counsel Robert Mueller on the defensive, unraveling what had been suggested to be a possible unofficial deal with the prosecutors.

Flynn, former national security adviser to President Donald Trump, pleaded guilty in 2017 to one count of lying to the FBI. The Mueller team recommended a light sentence for him, including no prison time, officially because of his contrition for the crime and extensive cooperation with multiple Justice Department investigations.

But it appears that another, unofficial, deal may have been in place.

Several weeks before Flynn signed his plea, NBC News reported, based on unnamed sources, that the Mueller team was trying to get Flynn’s cooperation by threatening to indict his son, Michael Flynn Jr.

“If the elder Flynn is willing to cooperate with investigators in order to help his son … it could also change his own fate, potentially limiting any legal consequences,” the article stated. more here

7 Comments on Did Flynn Just Call Out Mueller on Under-the-Table Plea Deal?

  1. It was upsetting to watch the Flynn tragic farce until recently. Now that Sidney Powell has taken over as Flynn’s attorney, it has been much more entertaining and satisfying. I hope she fscks those govt bastards long and hard!

  2. Now there is one man, General Michael Flynn, that I would like to see exonerated, pardoned, and receive reparations big time.
    The rotten bastards broke that man, a true American.

  3. If you’ve noticed how furtive and subdued Herr Mueller has been acting ever since the completion of the “investigation” you’ll have an idea of just how uncomfortable he is with having to justify his conclusions. He happily allowed the radical Weismann to lead the charge against Trump and team but it ain’t Weismann who has to face the questions.
    Squirm you traitorous cocksucker, you’ve had your fun but now the bill is coming due.

  4. How is the threat to indict his son unless he played with DOJ any different from a mobster saying to a business owner, “Nice place you got here. It would be terrible if something happened to it”?


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