Per His Lawyer — General Flynn Was Targeted Because “He Knew About the Billions Brennan and Company Were Running Off the Books”


Gen Michael Flynn's lawyer, Sidney Powell dropped a bombshell in a recent interview. We already knew that Flynn planned to audit the intelligence community and now we know why. Powell says it is because John Brennan allegedly spent billions off the books and the audit would provide answers on where the money went. If not, then they would know where money was missing from and it could be investigated.

“He was going to audit the intel agencies because he knew about the billions Brennan and company were running off the books,” Powell said, referring to former CIA Director John Brennan.

Per a report from Lifezette:

One – he was not properly informed of what the government had even disclosed to his defense lawyers prior to the plea.

Secondly, the government didn’t disclose a fraction of what it should have disclosed (i.e. the whole case was made up).

And three, he was prosecuted and threatened with the prosecution of his son.  That’s how they coerced the guilty plea.  It was just unconscionable conduct to threaten to indict him and his son the very next day and give them the Manafort treatment if he didn’t enter his plea right then, and I’m convinced it’s because they knew right then the press was going to explode with the Strzok-Page text messages and everything.

But, what I don't understand is why they haven't been audited already. If President Trump is not reelected this year, we will never know because the Democrats will spend the next four years covering up everything they can. And what they can't they will merely "lose."

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