Another White House bombshell just dropped. This indictment notice is sending Washington, DC, into an uproar — no one knows what will happen next.
One America News Network (OAN) reports that the FBI may have improperly targeted President Trump’s former national security adviser, Michael Flynn. He may be exonerated soon.
“The government may have material documents that exonerate Flynn as well as indicate many aspects of the FBI’s investigation of the general,” said OAN. “It’s now been revealed that Joseph Mifsud may have spied on General Flynn to the FBI.”
Mifsud has since gone missing, even though he was allegedly a key component of former special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe. However, if Mifsud did, in fact, spy on Flynn for the FBI, this could turn the tide for Flynn.
OAN noted that a transcript has been requested “of the phone call between Flynn and the Russian ambassador, as well as phone records between Obama intel chief James Clapper and a Washington Post reporter who leaked the classified transcript.”
“It looks like General Flynn is likely headed to exoneration on this,” said former CIA officer Brad Johnson to OAN, mentioning the documents. “The motive then behind the prosecution of Flynn means it was political in nature.”
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