It’s about fucking time.
The federal judge in question is a corrupt activist who refused to follow the DOJ’s motion to dismiss the case.
The federal judge overseeing the case against former national security adviser Michael Flynn on Tuesday dismissed the case, citing President Donald Trump’s recent pardon.
U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan, a Clinton appointee, said the case was dismissed.
In an accompanying 43-page memorandum, Sullivan said the dismissal was due to Trump’s pardon, not the Department of Justice’s motion earlier this year requesting a dismissal based on fresh findings of how Flynn’s case was treated by the FBI.
Sullivan defended his refusal to grant the government’s motion, filed in May, arguing Flynn had admitted to lying to the FBI during an investigation into a phone call he shared with the Russian ambassador to the United States during the Trump transition in 2016.
It was a malicious politically-based prosecution, to begin with. It had no basis in fact and was pursued only because Trump won the election. Obama’s FBI and DOJ withheld exculpatory evidence that cleared Flynn of wrongdoing. The Obama regime violated the constitution and broke the law in an effort to undermine the electorate.
Explosive new internal FBI documents unsealed Wednesday show that top bureau officials discussed their motivations for interviewing then-national security adviser Michael Flynn in the White House in January 2017 — and openly questioned if their “goal” was “to get him to lie, so we can prosecute him or get him fired.”
The handwritten notes — written by the FBI’s former head of counterintelligence Bill Priestap after a meeting with then-FBI Director James Comey and then-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, Fox News is told — further suggested that agents planned in the alternative to get Flynn “to admit to breaking the Logan Act” when he spoke to then-Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the presidential transition period.
The Logan Act is an obscure statute that has never been used in a criminal prosecution; enacted in 1799 in an era before telephones, it was intended to prevent individuals from falsely claiming to represent the United States government abroad.
“What is our goal?” one of the notes read. “Truth/Admission or to get him to lie, so we can prosecute him or get him fired?”
The whole fucking thing was a setup.