Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Congress & Senate Calling 1st Security Advisor To Testify, Promising Immunity If He Reveals Secret 


Losing one’s job is never very easy. It is even more embarrassing when the motives for the firing were painted as some dire offense when, in reality, it was an oversight. Former National Security Adviser, Michel Flynn, did not get fired for talking to Russia or have any back room Russian ties as the MSM implies. HIS JOB was to talk to the Russians. After all, there must be people in the United States who talk to Putin.
It is not as if the giant superpower can be wished away or ignored. Flynn made the error of not properly informing the Vice President of some of those talks, something that certain members of Congress made worse with partisanship. Had this not been the case, Flynn would likely have faced a dressing down, but not lost his post over the issue.
Now the general is talking to members of the House and Senate intelligence committees. He seeks to gain immunity from “unfair prosecution” that could stem from him addressing concerns regarding alleged communications between Russia and Trump’s campaign,  according to Yahoo News. Flynn’s attorney, Robert Kelner, said, “General Flynn certainly has a story to tell, and he very much wants to tell it, should the circumstances permit.” Considering that he lost his position due to treatment that was underserved, to say the least, it can be understood why he is hesitant to assist the very people who caused it to happen. It seems that Congress and the Senate are determined that there are secrets to be revealed.

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