Former FBI Director James Comey told Congress that FBI agents didn’t think Flynn lied

Someone needs to speak to the other FBI supervisor present for the Mike Flynn White House interview. His version of events will be telling.

Remember, someone inside the government committed a felony by leaking the contents of Flynn’s intercepted communications to David Ignatius of the Washington Post on Jan. 12, 2107. This kickstarted the “Logan Act” narrative which was pushed by Sally Yates to go after Flynn.

There is no doubt Mike Flynn was set-up. The only question is who directed it and who benefit from the lie… apparently Andrew McCabe ordered the 302 changed to make it appear that Mike Flynn lied… McCabe needs to be in jail pending trial on conspiracy.

Read this brilliant piece by Byron York below.

As Written and Reported By Byron York for the Washingotn Examiner:

In March 2017, then-FBI Director James Comey briefed a number of Capitol Hill lawmakers on the Trump-Russia investigation. One topic of intense interest was the case of Michael Flynn, the Trump White House national security adviser who resigned under pressure on February 13 after just 24 days in the job.

There were widespread reports that Flynn had lied to Vice President Mike Pence about telephone conversations that he, Flynn, had with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the transition in late December, 2016. On January 24, 2017, two of Comey’s FBI agents went to the White House to question Flynn, and there was a lot of speculation later that Flynn lied in that interview, which would be a serious crime.

“The January 24 interview potentially puts Flynn in legal jeopardy,” the Washington Post reportedin February. “Lying to the FBI is a felony offense.”

There was also a lot of concern in Congress, at least among Republicans, about the leak of the wiretapped Flynn-Kislyak conversation. Such intelligence is classified at the highest level of secrecy, yet someone — Republicans suspected Obama appointees in the Justice Department and intelligence community — revealed it to the press.

So in March, lawmakers wanted Comey to tell them what was up. And what they heard from the director did not match what they were hearing in the media……


Byron York: Comey told Congress FBI agents didn’t think Michael Flynn lied

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