Shock Claim About Michael Flynn

Michel Flynn was the victim of a flimflam by the former director of the FBI, James Comey, and the duly appointed Special Counsel, Robert Mueller. Comey had testified that Michael Flynn had not intentionally lied to anyone about Russian connections. Then Robert Mueller shows up and suddenly the General is going. Why did the FBI change directions?

As Written and Reported by Adam Shaw for Fox News:

Then-FBI Director James Comey reportedly told lawmakers last March that agents did not think former White House national security adviser Michael Flynn lied to them — raising more questions about a key moment in the agency’s Russia probe.

The Washington Examiner’s Byron York reports that Comey briefed lawmakers amid allegations Flynn had lied to Vice President Pence about conversations with then-Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak and speculation he also may have misled FBI agents who questioned him in January 2017. Flynn lost his job over that controversy — and as recently as December, even President Trump claimed Flynn had “lied” to agents.

But Comey reportedly told lawmakers at the time that agents who interviewed Flynn did not believe he lied to them in that Jan. 24 meeting, and that any inaccuracies in his account were unintentional.

Fast-forward to December, after the probe takeover by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, and Flynn would plead guilty to one count of making false statements to the FBI during that meeting.

So what changed? The Examiner reported that those briefed by Comey are now “baffled by the turn of events.”

The revelation is likely to increase the scrutiny of Mueller, whose team already has faced accusations of bias in the wake of anti-Trump text messages from Peter Strzok and Lisa ……..

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Shock claim about FBI’s Michael Flynn interview raises questions | Fox News

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