On May 7, 2020, the government filed a Motion to Dismiss the Criminal Information Against the Defendant Michael T. Flynn, in which the government moved to dismiss with prejudice the criminal information filed in this case pursuant to Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 48 and as an exercise of its prosecutorial discretion.
“Through the course of my review of General Flynn’s case, I concluded the proper and just course was to dismiss the case. I briefed Attorney General Barr on my findings, advised him on these conclusions, and he agreed.” – Jeffrey Jensen, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri
The Honorable Emmet G. Sullivan, United States District Judge, has so ordered.
Attorney General Barr said, “I want to make sure that we restore confidence in the system. There’s only one standard of justice. And, I believe that… justice, in this case, requires dismissing the charges against General Flynn.”
When asked if Barr was doing the president’s bidding, he responded: “I’m doing the law’s bidding. A crime cannot be established here.”
Click to hear Tucker talk about the DOJ dropping the Flynn case [12:18].
As I’ve outlined in previous posts, the Obama swamp had HATED General Flynn for years. Bad people usually do have a special loathing for good people, particularly the ones who threaten to expose their bad deeds.
And Flynn, as President Trump’s National Security Adviser, was in a position to expose the Obama swamp big time. They HAD to destroy him.
But, thanks be to God, Sidney Powell, and Attorney General Barr, their plot has been uncovered.
General Flynn has not only been vindicated, but also his case has been dismissed “with prejudice.” This means the government can’t try to re-litigate the whole thing. Of the reasons for a court dismissing an action with prejudice, the ones that apply to General Flynn are these:
- The case was initiated maliciously and without probable cause.
- The case was brought in bad faith for the purpose of annoying or embarrassing General Flynn.
- The plaintiff withheld exculpatory evidence from defense attorneys.
General Flynn has the right now to sue the people who went after him. He also can sue his original defense team for failing to provide the best defense.
The swampy scumbags prosecuting Flynn threatened to go after Flynn’s family if he didn’t plead guilty to something he never did. His original defense team agreed to help with this, then signed an affidavit saying they had not made any deals. They also didn’t do anything to help uncover the sludge that Flynn’s current lawyer, Sidney Powell, did.
Democrats are outraged, but NOT because Flynn was railroaded. No, Democrats are mad that the DOJ dropped the case.
Can you imagine how far gone our constitutional rights would be by now if Shrillary had won in 2016?