Conservative journalist and commentator Mike Cernovich is reporting that the former Federal Bureau of Investigation Deputy Director Andrew McCabe altered official FBI 302 notes after they interviewed Michael Flynn.
A “302” form is what FBI officials file after an interview with an individual. Altering or deleting such a file is a felony.
The only reason for altering the 302 was to make it appear as though Flynn lied when he did not. Flynn ultimately gave his resignation to President Trump because it appeared he had lied to Vice President Pence about conversations with a Russian diplomat.
Cernovich explained in a series of tweets why altering this form is not only illegal but more than enough reason for Judge Emmett Sullivan to order Special Council to disclose exculpatory evidence, which would include the revisions to agent’s notes.
“Why did a federal judge order Muller to disclose exculpatory evidence AFTER Flynn pled guilty?”
“Do you know how unusual this is? Flynn waived the right to exculpatory evidence in his plea deal.”
“That’s because the 302 was altered, and everyone knows it.”
Judge Sullivan is known for being extremely tough on actions such as the one taken by the FBI agents. He dismissed an ethics conviction of former Senator Ted Stevens of Alaska just last week and took the unusual step of naming a special prosecutor. He has been charged with investigating whether the government lawyers who ran the Stevens case should be prosecuted themselves for criminal wrongdoing.
The judge, named to Federal District Court by President Bill Clinton, delivered a searing warning about what he called a “troubling tendency” that he had observed among prosecutors in “stretching the boundaries” of ethics restrictions and concealing evidence in order to win cases.
During the month-long trial, the judge pressed prosecutors to acknowledge that they had failed to turn over information to defense lawyers as required by law. “Again and again, both during and after the trial in this case, the government was caught making false representations and not meeting its discovery obligations,” said Judge Sullivan.
This story all began on Jan. 24, 2017 when Comey sent agents to the White House to speak with Flynn about whether he had lied to the Vice President or anyone else about the content of those phone calls.
On March 17th of that year, former FBI Director James Comey told Congress that the FBI agents who spoke with Flynn didn’t believe he ever lied to the bureau.
Comey’s testimony raises serious questions as to why Special Counsel Robert Mueller charged Flynn with lying to the FBI even though the former head of the bureau didn’t believe he had.
In spite of Comey’s doubts, Mueller charged Flynn with lying to the FBI about two telephone conversations he had with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak in late 2016.
The Washington Examiner’s Byron York later reported that the FBI agents who interviewed Flynn never believed he lied to them about the conversation with the Russian Ambassador. Both the agents and Comey left their interview with Flynn certain that he wouldn’t be charged with a crime especially that of divulging classified information to the Russians.
So if Comey told Congress that Flynn never lied to the FBI, why did Flynn plead guilty? Because setting Flynn up to plead guilty gave Special Counsel Robert Mueller the opportunity to charge him and use the charges to further advance Mueller’s phony Russia investigation.
To make matters more damning is one of the agents who altered those notes is Peter Strzok. Strzok, a veteran counterintelligence agent, was vitally involved in Clinton’s personal email server and Muller’s probe looking for possible collusion between Trump officials and Russians before the election.
Strzok was fired last summer from Mueller’s team after it was revealed he had been exchanging anti-Trump text messages with his lover Lisa Page, a high-ranking lawyer at the FBI. Now Andrew McCabe is retiring in March with a pension, paid for by the taxpayers.
One insider said that the FBI is in “full on freak-out mode” and that McCabe’s misstep may be the smoking gun that will bring down the whole Russian collusion hoax that’s been promoted by the Deep State.
Sooner or later those in Washington or the voters who put them there are going to connect the dots.
~ American Liberty Report