Key evidence relating to the case of Gen. Michael Flynn is now reportedly missing — and President Donald Trump isn’t happy about it.
Fox News reports that the FBI’s 302 report on the Michael Flynn case “vanished” after the president’s first National Security adviser met with federal agents in January 2017, according to Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA).
“It’s gone. Poof. It’s out of — we can’t find it,” Nunes told Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo.
President Trump also weighed in. “Where is the 302? It is missing. Was it stolen or destroyed? General Flynn is being persecuted!” Trump said in a recent tweet.
Where is the 302? It is missing. Was it stolen or destroyed? General Flynn is being persecuted! #OBAMAGATE
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 15, 2020
Although the 302 is suspected to be exculpatory of Flynn, Fox News reports that more exculpatory evidence will soon be released.
With any luck, Americans will soon know the truth.