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Flynn Entrapment was McCabe's Revenge

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Posted By: Magnante, 5/1/2020 5:38:09 AM

Key to the ambush interview of Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn that set him up for prosecution and persecution on made-up charges by James Comey’s FBI was the advice given to Flynn by Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe -- relax, you won’t need a lawyer. Flynn had to be caught off guard and without legal counsel for the entrapment plan to work (snip) McCabe had a personal animus towards Flynn which goes way back, possibly originating in Flynn’s offer to be a witness in a legal proceeding filed against McCabe.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: EJKrausJr 5/1/2020 6:00:52 AM (No. 397166)
The FBI HQ needs a complete demolition and rehab just like they do with old houses. Get rid of the old, inferior and corrupt HQ personnel and bring in new, superior and clean HQ personnel, if that is possible. If not deconstruct the FBI and remake the agency anew.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: George R. 5/1/2020 6:43:40 AM (No. 397184)
BARR doesn't give a damn! At least Sessions told us he wasn't gonna do anything to ever help America. Barr lied when he said he would!
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Reply 3 - Posted by: edgar 5/1/2020 7:02:56 AM (No. 397200)
Andrew McCarthy was on Tucker Carlson's show last night. His take is that Flynn needed to be taken out in order to get Trump. Flynn knows how the Intel Community works and would have found out about the Russian Collusion hoax investigation. With Flynn out of the way, no one else in the Trump WH had the chops to stop the hoax investigation. Flynn was an obstacle to the larger mission. An interesting take.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: bpl40 5/1/2020 7:48:19 AM (No. 397227)
IMO, McCabe might have the desire but did not have the heft. It was clearly authority at a much higher level that directed it. Number of suspects can be counted on the fingers of a hand without running out. This is no Agatha Christie mystery. The last page is well known.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: gone2pot 5/1/2020 7:57:45 AM (No. 397235)
Sidney Powell might be the ONLY person besides Trump inside the Beltway with courage, and a large set of very intelligent brass ones. And that chick is brilliant. I love how she also used the old Marxist trick, "You can't hit the girl," against the Marxists and deep state. Now, we'll see how "deep state-ified" the judge is. (dangling participle on purpose). I hold out zero confidence that he'll rule in favor of Flynn just because of deep state past history. Like the 535 morons in suits, they talk but their actions NEVER come close to the Constitution, nor justice for the innocent (need a recent example? Can you say Chicom virus over reaction?). I would sure love to be wrong. And if I am wrong or right, Andy McCarthy (of my good, integrity filled close friend, James Comey fame) can sit on it and spin. One side note. Yesterday, Hannity lauded the 99 percent FBI as he always does as being good and decent and it's only the one percent who are corrupt. The NEXT thing he said was to never talk to an FBI agent because all his "good friends" at the FBI said they can find you guilty of any crime if they want to. Uh, helllooooo!??? I had to switch over to the Blaze and listen to a Glenn Beck rerun after that.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: ServedCold 5/1/2020 7:59:48 AM (No. 397237)
There will be lawsuits coming the taxpayers will have to fund settlements for. The 1st payments should come from the retirement accounts of the criminal federal bureaucrats that caused this mess & then every cent they have before any tax dollars are used to make Flynn whole. His initial lawyers need to refund their fees with interest at a minimum. Everyone of these people should be disbarred & barred from ever being able to be employed by any U.S. gov't agency or state gov't agency in the future.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Bluefindad 5/1/2020 8:11:41 AM (No. 397251)
I wouldn't criticize Barr just yet. The case against McCabe and his co-conspirators must be completely airtight and irrefutable because of the array of politicians and media lined up to discredit any allegations. Barr and his team will either come through or not. What's not disputable is that the Justice Department and FBI have been massively damaged by this scandal and a vast number of Americans now hold FBI agents beneath even lawyers in terms of integrity and trustworthiness. One more thing. Tucker Carlson had a segment with Sessions last night about Flynn and Comey. What blew my mind was that TuCa never asked Sessions why he never intervened in the tragedy!
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Reply 8 - Posted by: GO3 5/1/2020 8:40:47 AM (No. 397278)
Flynn knew a lot more about the ICs role in the Russia collusion hoax - a lot more. Just one example: IMO he was the first leader to start dissolving the DC centric deep state by re-assigning DIA personnel to the combatant commands where he though they could do the most good, and wanted to disperse other branches stateside . At that point, he was a marked man, since their comfortable life around campus was being disrupted. The IC has evolved into being agents of influence rather than providers of info to the decision makers. Flynn had to go.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Clinger 5/1/2020 9:03:01 AM (No. 397304)
Language matters.: hoax /hōks/ Learn to pronounce noun a humorous or malicious deception. "they recognized the plan as a hoax" Calling it a hoax leaves the practical joke interpretation on the table. Fraud, coup, criminal conspiracy, TREASON
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Ida Lou Pino 5/1/2020 9:06:08 AM (No. 397309)
President Trump - - do not hesitate a single nanosecond to fire Fey Wray. Do it NOW! The documents were illegally withheld for three years. So either Fey is part of the criminal cabal - - or - - he is completely clueless. We need neither a criminal nor a clown heading the FBI. Fire him!
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Chuzzles 5/1/2020 9:46:41 AM (No. 397357)
comment from #1 pretty much says it for me. We still need this agency as they can delve into things that the locals cannot, but boy does it need a good scrubbing and thorough pruning. For like the shrubs and trees in our yards that have been neglected for years, this agency is like that. Overgrown and noxious with weeds. Cut back everything and let the sunlight disinfect the FBI.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: MDConservative 5/1/2020 9:57:49 AM (No. 397380)
Flynn was either a brilliant general who knew the intel business, or he was duped into seeing without witness or counsel two non-descript FBI agents on a social call, or at least for unknown reasons. So, if the general did NOT lie in his interview, which seems the case, why did he lie pleading guilty? Oh, to protect his son...who was also innocent of any crime. Lying is not honorable in either situation. The Bureau found his weak spot, and Flynn cracked.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: curious1 5/1/2020 10:18:09 AM (No. 397414)
#1, you have to clear out every one that the corrupt HQ personnel had a hand in hiring, even several steps away, because who are they going to hire? Certain psych profiles that will be useful to them. Anyone working there within the past 35 years has to be suspect. And #17, it's called under duress. The traitors held a gun to his head. When the dust settles on this, we should offer Flynn the first shot at McCabe and Comey as they stand in front of the firing squad, just on general principles. I don't think Flynn would mind. President Trump should get first shot at Obola and valjar and shrillary and a few others.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Red Ghost 5/1/2020 10:52:39 AM (No. 397453)
Flynn's pleading guilty to something, anything was the only way he could make these monsters stop coming after him and his family. Ask K.T. McFarland who was Flynn's deputy. The "bulls" as we used to call them in Brooklyn, would not stop until she pleaded or gave someone up who could give up Trump. Since they didn't want her as badly as they wanted Flynn, they finally relented. She spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on her experience. Flynn was into the millions. And, I agree with Andy McCarthy's take on Tucker the other night that Flynn had to be taken out so he would not interfere in the coup against Trump. What is totally frightening is that no amount of money at some point can stop these monsters. Look at what they did to Paul Manafort, not a sympathetic figure under any circumstances, but he had piles of money and connections and he is probably still in solitary confinement. What was done to Flynn and others, including the most powerful man on the planet, Trump, should send shivers down everyone's spine. Politicized law enforcement is a bigger threat to the Republic than the Adam Schiff's of the world. AG Barr must prosecute Comey, McCabe, Brennan, Strozk and Page and other traitors to restore order and confidence back into these law enforcement agencies, which are the very foundation of our Republic.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Starboard_side 5/1/2020 11:14:48 AM (No. 397486)
Remember when they gave Hillary the pass because they determined she didn't have intent to send classified e-mails on her private e-mail account. Well, it's now clear Comey initiated this, which is not just intent, but pre-meditation. And, looking clearer why Biden needed to be the Dem candidate, so they could use it as ruse to stop any further investigation since "I'm running for office" excuse that the MSM used to not investigate Hillary in 2016.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Rumblehog 5/1/2020 11:56:07 AM (No. 397534)
Yes, I was thinking and saying all along that McCabe was the poster boy for #MeToo movement and that Gritz was a whistleblower who got crushed by McCabe and the system until Gen. Flynn stood up for her, thereby infuriating McCabe and the 7th Floor "elites" of the FBI. "Vengeance is Mine, sayeth the Lord."
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Reply 17 - Posted by: beca 5/1/2020 12:25:39 PM (No. 397556)
I don’t agree with #2. Barr has done alot. This is Durham’s investigation. Nothing in law enforcement is fast. Let’s see what happens before we blame Barr......
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Mother of AL 5/1/2020 1:06:50 PM (No. 397612)
No, this, to my way of thinking, is NOT just s result of McCabe’s personal lust for power. I will ALWAYS believe that 0 was spotted, picked, groomed and put forward to be the person who finally took the United States down the path to socialism. He almost said as much in his first campaign for the Presidency; *I am the one you have been waiting for, I am going to FUNDAMENTALLY TRANSFORM AMERICA* etc etc. I don’t know how many people, since 2007 my husband and I have talked to who have said they first voted for him, then saw what he was doing and didn’t like it. We always say that we knew from the beginning when he came on the scene what he was trying to accomplish. Most say how did you know? We, along with a number of posters here knew. All you had to do was look at his background and his writings. We, along with a number of posters here TOOK THE TIME TO READ AND INFORM OURSELVES ABOUT HIM. We didn’t just accept what he said, although as I have noted, he said enough to give himself away. That is our responsibility, our duty as members of a free society, to KEEP it a free society. We should all still be doing it NOW. So, to keep this on the subject of the article, I do not believe this was simply a result of McCabe’s personal lust for power. He was a clog in a larger plan that is going on to this day and it is our responsibility and duty to do all we can to keep it from coming to fruition.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: DVC 5/1/2020 2:16:08 PM (No. 397681)
No it was much, much bigger than McCabe's revenge. McCabe would have been happy to do it, but that was not the root cause.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: jj1319 5/2/2020 5:08:41 AM (No. 398168)
What was the outcome of the Robyn Gritz sexual discrimination lawsuit against McCabe? Another miscarriage of justice? Inquiring minds want to know.
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