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    FBI Conveniently "loses" Documents

    More outrage from the Deep State after the Mueller "Investigation" Fraud and Russia Collusion hoax.

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/n...i-lost-records

    It's all in DJT's Tweet:

    “So now it is reported that, after destroying his life & the life of his wonderful family (and many others also), the FBI, working in conjunction with the Justice Department, has 'lost' the records of General Michael Flynn. How convenient. I am strongly considering a Full Pardon!” Trump tweeted on Sunday.

    The Democrat Deep State had a Swat Team, with 20 armed police thugs, invade his house at 3 in the morning, just to serve the warrant. Then the Deep State attorneys bankrupted him. And he did nothing illegal.

    Probably the reason they "lost" the records is that they are becoming afraid of being criminally prosecuted for this Trump-Russia-Collusion hoax, for this attempt to illegally overthrow the US government. These slimy coup plotters really need to be in prison.

    Corrupt Google only had 1 hit about this on its so-called "news".



    “General Flynn is honored by the President’s concern and awareness of this egregious injustice against him, his family, and the American people,” responded Sidney Powell, a former Texas prosecutor and Flynn’s lead lawyer, in an email to The Epoch Times.


    Lost Records


    It’s not clear what lost records Trump talked about, but it might have been a reference to the original FBI report from the Jan. 24, 2017, interview, where Flynn allegedly lied about his conversations with then-Russian Ambassador to the United States Sergei Kislyak.

    FBI agents are required to complete an FD-302 report of their interviews within five days. But the earliest 302 draft provided to Flynn is from Feb. 10, more than two weeks after his interview.

    Powell previously said she found a witness who saw an earlier draft of the 302.

    “I’ve now found a witness who says the original 302 did in fact say that Flynn was honest with the agents and did not lie,” she told Larry O’Connor on his WMAL radio show on Jan. 16.

    The prosecutors previously said any earlier drafts were not in their possession. Sullivan sided with them, saying sometimes documents go “missing.”

    But Powell rejected that idea.

    Neither the bureau nor its digital document system “loses the most important of its reports that is supposed to support the federal felony of the President’s National Security Adviser,” she said in a court filing.


    ‘Tip of the Spear’


    Powell has argued that the FBI’s investigation of Flynn was a pretext to target Trump.

    The bureau opened a case on Flynn in August 2016 on a suspicion that he “may wittingly or unwittingly be involved in activity on behalf of the Russian Federation which may constitute a federal crime or threat to the national security.”

    According to Powell, that was nonsense.

    Flynn used to head the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and kept the agency informed of his foreign contacts, including a paid interview he gave in Russia in 2016.

    Former FBI Director James Comey alleged that on Feb. 14, 2017, Trump told him: “I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting Flynn go. He is a good guy. I hope you can let this go.”

    Comey said he interpreted it as Trump asking him to drop an active investigation.

    Based on this, the FBI probe of Flynn and several other Trump associates was handed over to a special counsel, former FBI head Robert Mueller, who then hired former prosecutor Andrew Weissmann to lead his team.

    Weissmann was one of the chief villains in Powell’s 2014 bestseller “Licensed to Lie” a critique of prosecutorial misconduct within the DOJ.


    The Mueller probe scoured Trump’s presidency for nearly two more years before he concluded that the evidence was unable to establish that any alleged Trump-Russia collusion occurred.

    But Mueller shouldn’t have been appointed to begin with, Powell said during her March 11 speech at Hillsdale College.

    Not only did the FBI agents think Flynn didn’t intentionally lie during the interview, but less than a week later the DOJ produced a memo that cleared Flynn of the suspicion that he was a Russian agent, Powell said.

    “According to an internal DOJ memo dated January 30, 2017, after the Jan. 24 interview, the FBI advised that based on the interview the FBI did not believe Flynn was acting as an agent of Russia,” Mueller’s team wrote to Flynn’s previous lawyers in a 2018 letter obtained by Just the News.

    When Trump allegedly talked to Comey about Flynn, the investigation was already supposed to be over, according to Powell.

    “The Mueller-Weissmann team and evil actors in the FBI and DOJ had to concoct the case against Flynn to keep their obstruction hoax alive against the President,” Powell said. “That’s what it was really about. Flynn was the tip of the spear to try to destroy Trump. This persecution is an outrage and a blight on the entire justice system. No one can have any trust in the FBI or DOJ until this is corrected.”
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    The FBI also dropped the charges against the 13 Russians for interfering with the 2016 elections. Their reason? To protect the way the FBI collects information. Seems like a big farse from the beginning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Wally View Post
    The FBI also dropped the charges against the 13 Russians for interfering with the 2016 elections. Their reason? To protect the way the FBI collects information. Seems like a big farse from the beginning.
    How do you dare?!?!
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    And all the men and women merely agents

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    Mueller’s Witch Hunt Embarrassed Again

    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Wally View Post
    The FBI also dropped the charges against the 13 Russians for interfering with the 2016 elections. Their reason? To protect the way the FBI collects information. Seems like a big farse from the beginning.
    One of the Russian entities the FBI charged actually hired a Washington attorney and they proceeded, to respond to the FBI case, and asked for "discovery" (documents that the FBI said "proved" their case). Then the FBI lost interest in pursuing the case... This has been going on for over a year:

    https://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2...rrassed-again/

    Mueller’s Witch Hunt Embarrassed Again
    Jan 31, 2019

    RUSH: Now, the little funny thing here. Does anybody remember the name Concord Management, LLC? I’m sure some of you do. Way back a long time ago, Robert Mueller and his Robin Hood-type (pfft!) merry band of saboteurs, indicted 13 different people in three different Russian companies for having meddled in the 2016 elections. Yes. Now, these Russians were indicted knowing full well they would never, ever appear in court because the Russians would not extradite them.

    So Mueller… These were public relations indictments. These are indictments accusing these Russians of trolling Twitter and Facebook to somehow taint the presidential election, knowing full well that there would never be any trial ’cause these people would never come to court. So Mueller’s charges would never be tested. So he just gets a free pass! He gets to indict some Russians on the basis that the Russians meddled, but he never has to prove it.

    Well, one of the three companies, Concord Management, said, “Screw you, Mueller,” and they came and they hired an American law firm! And the American law firm showed up in court and demanded to see the evidence that Mueller had! At which point Mueller told the judge, “We can’t turn over the evidence, Judge! They’re still doing it!”

    Which is nonsensical, to say that prosecutors cannot turn over evidence on any crime because the people committing the crime are still doing it? He didn’t turn over the evidence because they hadn’t yet manufactured it. And this is what the lawyers for Concord Management knew. They came over here and then Mueller said they can’t come to court. We haven’t even properly served them. Meaning we haven’t even seriously really indicted them.

    So the whole thing was a PR move. It was not serious. It was not real. It was done to allow the media to report that the grand and great special counsel had indicted some Russians in the Russian meddling scandal. Blah, blah, blah. Well, Concord Management shows up, demands a trial, because they didn’t do it, they say, and they want to be found not guilty, and they want Mueller to have to show the evidence. So Mueller is asking for delays and stays of execution, begging the court, “We haven’t even properly served them. We can’t come forward, Judge, they’re still doing it,” and all that.

    Well, the Associated Press, which wouldn’t know a sunrise if it blinded them, has a report that they headline with “Mueller Evidence Used In Disinformation Campaign.” This is so rich. “Federal prosecutors say confidential material from the Russia investigation was altered and released online as part of a disinformation campaign to discredit special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe, according to a court filing Wednesday.

    “The material had been handed over to defense attorneys for Concord Management and Consulting LLC, a Russian company that Mueller has charged with financing efforts to meddle in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. But the files, which prosecutors say were not sensitive, surfaced online last year in a link posted by a pro-Russian Twitter account. The prosecutors stopped short of accusing Concord of leaking the material, but they argue that the company’s request to have sensitive new evidence sent to Russia –”

    So these people request discovery. They want to know what Mueller’s got. They want to defend themselves. And then somehow something is sent to them that ends up on the internet, and Mueller says that they are trying to sabotage him. Mueller says that Concord Management leaked sensitive investigative documents.

    “In Wednesday’s filing, prosecutors cited a Twitter account that surfaced last year purporting to have a stolen copy of evidence provided to the company.” The reason Mueller’s upset is ’cause there isn’t any evidence. It’s all made up, it’s all trumped up and Concord Management is continuing to expose this! And Mueller is fit to be tied because he’s being exposed here as having engaged in baseless nothing charges just to get the words “Russia” and “collusion” in a headline in the American media to try to convince people that he’s actually found some Russian meddling when he hasn’t. I’m sorry for yelling, but you know how this stuff irritates me. This whole hoax.

    We’ve learned today, folks, you know this Nellie Ohr? She is the wife of Bruce Ohr, FBI guy. Bruce Ohr has testified, the Wall Street Journal two weeks ago, Bruce Ohr testified that he told Comey and McCabe and Rosenstein that the Steele dossier was Hillary Clinton political opposition research. That’s Bruce Ohr. He told them, and they knew that it was not real intel. They knew it was Clinton oppo research, and they still used it to get those FISA warrants to spy on the Trump campaign.

    Well, now it’s been learned that Bruce Ohr’s wife, Nellie, the FBI working for Fusion GPS was doing opposition research on Melania Trump and some of Trump’s kids. Fusion GPS. It wasn’t just oppo research into Trump himself that the Steele dossier was. They’re using the wife of a guy at the FBI to do opposition research on Melania Trump.

    And I haven’t even discussed the story — U.K. Telegraph ran a story published by Nina Burleigh, formerly TIME magazine. This is the woman that promised Bill Clinton never-ending Lewinskys for keeping abortion legal. She wrote a series of defamatory lies about Melania Trump.

    And last week the Telegraph ran this massive apology explaining how all the claims about Melania had been disapproved. They were wrong. They apologized. There was a big financial settlement. It was classic. Melania Trump has been maligned and impugned like the rest of the Trumps in all of this. And the U.K. Telegraph had to own up, and now Nina Burleigh wants to sue the U.K. Telegraph for undermining her great journalistic integrity.
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