(Featured Photograph: Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn and actress (Tarzan, Acapulco Heat, Silk Stalkings), author, talk show host and former French model, Lydie Denier, supported President Donald Trump during his campaign.)
John Solomon, a contributing investigative reporter for The Hill, dropped a bombshell on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s case against former Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn. Flynn found himself having to plead guilty to a perjury charge during the early days of the Trump-Russia collusion investigation.
A number of police officials appear to be confused about the Flynn interrogation by FBI agents: Was he given his Miranda Warnings (“You have the right to remain silent, etc.”). According to media reports, Flynn believed he was just having a meeting with the FBI agents since he was at the time President-elect Donald Trump’s national security adviser.
The meeting scenario was cooked up in order to “throw Flynn off his game,” said police homicide detective Jessie Bancroft (LVPD-Ret.). “In fact, the two [FBI] agents are on record saying they didn’t think Gen. Flynn perjured himself,” Bancroft added.
“It’s hoped that the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), who possess a document regarding Mike Flynn and his activities since his days heading that military agency, will release the unredacted document which Solomon believes helps to prove Flynn is being railroaded by a dishonest Special Counsel and his equally dishonest Democratic Party hacks,” said former counter-terrorism unit commander, Police Sgt. Neal McDonnagh.
Unfortunately, the DIA doesn’t have much of a track record for honesty either. During President Barack Obama’s administration, it was discovered that intelligence reports were “doctored” to coincide with Obama’s public statements especially when it came to his remarks about the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), according to Fox News Chief Intelligence Correspondent Kathrine Herridge.
Some of the U.S. intelligence community’s top analysts reportedly informed the Pentagon watchdog that their reports had been systematically edited to backup President Barack Obama‘s — and his national security team’s — assertions that the war on the ISIS was more successful than it actually was.
This revelation for a brief time was touted as the very first time so many intelligence analysts have complained to the Pentagon’s “top cop,” Inspector General Jon Rymer, about the politicizing of the intelligence gathering and analysis function. In July, a couple of analysts filed a complaint with Rymer’s office, after months of internal complaints were allegedly ignored, even after an additional 48 DIA intelligence officers came forward to complain.
It got so bad, according to Examiner source Pete Vanderhill, a former police intelligence division operative, that some of those career intelligence operatives who complained were bullied and forced to take early retirement, or the younger analysts just quit. After the mini-purge of intelligence officers, other analysts said they supported their colleagues’ formal report and can back up their claims of political shenanigans to make Obama, Kerry and others look good.
The most important — perhaps most damaging — complaint is that “senior [administration] officials are editing the intelligence analysts’ reports to bring them into line with the Obama administration’s claims” such as the Obama-led war on ISIS is successful. Also, the analysts were pressured, they say, to make Iran look less involved in terrorist support and that the Iranians have less interaction with terrorist groups such as Hezbollah and Palestinian terrorist groups. The suspected goal was to make Iran appear less dangerous to Americans while Obama and Kerry pursue a nuclear deal with the radical Islamist government, according to Jim Kouri’s column for Accuracy in Media.
Here’s what John Solomon said in a taped interview (video shown below):