New Docs Reveal FBI Discussed if Goal was Getting Flynn to Lie and get Him Fired

 

New documents released by the Department of Justice show that the FBI at least noted and asked the question if their goal in the Flynn interview was to get him to lie and to subsequently get him fired.

According to The Daily Wire:

Newly unsealed court records on Wednesday showed that the FBI considered using their January 24, 2017, interview with then-national security adviser Michael Flynn as a way of getting Flynn fired from his job.

Unsealed handwritten notes from the day of the interview show that an unidentified person with the FBI wrote: “What is our goal? Truth/Admission or to get him to lie, so we can prosecute him or get him fired?”

Fox News also reported:

The handwritten notes — belonging to former FBI general counsel James A. Baker, Fox News is told — indicated that agents planned to get Flynn “to admit to breaking the Logan Act” and catch him in a lie. The Logan Act is an obscure statute that has never been used in a criminal prosecution; enacted in 1799, it was intended to prevent individuals from falsely claiming to represent the United States abroad.

The bombshell documents strongly suggested the agents weren’t focused on investigating his contacts with then-Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, but instead were trying to get him removed. President Obama had personally warned the Trump administration against hiring Flynn, and made clear he was “not a fan.” Obama fired Flynn as head of the Defense Intelligence Agency in 2014.

CBS News investigative reporter Katherine Herridge, who has been on top of this for some time also noted:
 

The question that still has not been answered is why was the FBI so concerned with removing Flynn from the picture? What did he know and what were they afraid of?


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