Rise Of The Police State

General Flynn is the quintessential example of why the innocent plead guilty.

General Flynn knew the FBI had a complete recording of the conversation about which they came to question him. Comey deliberately and oh-so-cleverly dispatched the agents in an ambush interview against all protocols to set him up in their efforts to destroy Donald Trump. In addition, it appears Mueller has suppressed significant evidence exonerating Flynn and destroyed other evidence, as I have written.

Yes, Flynn entered a guilty plea. But like many others, including a disproportionate number of young minority men who have no resources whatsoever, that does not mean that he did anything wrong. All it means is that he — like so many others — saw no other way out.

When the full might and weight of the federal government — especially the immeasurable hubris and endless funding of the “special prosecutor” and his relentless armored team are brought to bear against an individual — there is no choice.

The beating you take with a guilty plea is less than the beating you take if you — like Paul Manafort — dare to fight, find yourself in the literal torture of solitary confinement, and have your friends, family, and business associates harassed, threatened, and indicted. Prosecutions in Mueller’s and Weissmann’s prior inquisitions have extended 10 years. Several defendants pleaded guilty upon threat of facing their third trial.


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15 Responses to Rise Of The Police State

  1. Weylan McAnally says:

    None of the Flynn legal issues have anything to do with Russia. Flynn was definitely set up in a perjury trap by Muller’s team, but Flynn was guilty of much more serious crimes.

    Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to avoid jail time for a much more serious charge. Today in court he wanted no part of challenging the charge of lying. If the plea was overturned, the FBI would charge him with being a foreign agent. The penalties for his lobbying activities as an agent for Turkey carry a much higher penalty. His Turkish business partners were also indicted.
    Here is an overview.

    As you can read in the article, Flynn is pleading guilty to lying to avoid significant prison time for being a foreign agent. His activities are particularly bad given his position in the govt. The judge even said, “Arguably, you sold your country out.” The judge was not addressing the guilty plea for lying. The judge was addressing Flynn’s Turkish lobbying activities.

    • sunsettommy says:

      True, however the Judge gave him 90 day delay of the sentencing to give him a chance to get out of the legal hole he is in:

      Judge Emmet Sullivan Delays Sentencing of Michael Flynn for 90 Days…


      Worth reading, one of the best bloggers on the Mueller cases.

    • Ari says:

      And the Judge made a mistake and apologized for suggesting he was a traitor..

    • Squidly says:

      Oh puhleez … FARA? …. riiight .. that has to be the weakest argument of all. If that were true, why aren’t there about 10,000 people in jail right now? .. 3/4 of Washington D.C. is in violation of FARA. Why aren’t the Podesta brothers in jail?

      Flynn didn’t do anything that 10,000 people before have done without a hint of indictment. As I said, 3/4 of D.C. is guilty of the very same thing. Oh, and by the way, Flynn actually did register (as did the Podesta’s), but retroactively, which is what everyone does. The whole FARA angle is beyond weak. It’s as weak as claiming “The Logan Act” … ROFLMAO!

      The worst thing Flynn did was to plead guilty to any of this garbage. As Alan Dershowitz has pointed out numerous times, “Flynn was stupid to plead guilty. He would have won this case against these charges easily”

      The only reason why Flynn pleaded guilty and is maintaining that plea, is because Mueller has been threatening his family, namely his son. For what exactly, nobody really knows, but they do know Mueller is using leverage over Flynn’s son to orchestrate all of this.

  2. Robertv says:

    The by The Money Changers of The Temple funded and owned BIG Fake Government .

    Like Fire

  3. frederik wisse says:

    Jimmy Carters special executive service at its best . Borderless creativity mixed with sinful stone-throwing .

  4. Weylan McAnally says:

    Not too sure if there is any wiggle room for Flynn despite the judge’s sentencing delay. Mueller has him boxed in quite well.

    Mueller already let him plead to a lesser charge of lying in order to leverage him. He will not give Flynn immunity in the Turkish case until later – if ever. Most likely he will let Flynn plead to a lesser sentence in the Turkish case in exchange for his testimony against his partners.

  5. Jl says:

    Is it just me or are all the links that used to be at the top of the home blog page gone?

  6. Bob G says:

    We keep reading of the improprieties of Mueller, Weisman, Comey, Rosenstink, Strzok, Hillary, Loretta Lynch. I’m waiting for Trump to nuke them all. If William Burr doesn’t get it done, kiss 202o goodbye. Hello Bernie or that pup from Tex

  7. Chauncey Chapman III says:

    thanks for posting the link

  8. Billyjack says:

    The legal profession today is little more than a modern day inquisition. Instead of demanding confession with the treat of a red hot iron poker they use the threat of legal fee.

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