(National Sentinel) Unusual: Is POTUS Trump’s first national security adviser, Michael Flynn, about to have his conviction for allegedly lying to the FBI vacated?

That’s a distinct possibility given a huge development in his case on Monday. And at the same time, Americans may finally get a glimpse into just how corrupt and politicized special counsel Robert Mueller’s witch-hunt probe really is.

Recall that in February U.S. District Judge Emmitt Sullivan issued an order indicating that exculpatory evidence may have been withheld by Mueller’s team in Flynn’s case.

As reported by The Federalist‘s Margot Cleveland:

Just a week ago, and thus before Sullivan quietly directed Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team to provide Flynn’s attorneys “any exculpatory evidence,” Washington Examiner columnist Byron York detailed the oddities of Flynn’s case.

The next day, former assistant U.S. attorney and National Review contributing editor Andrew McCarthy connected more of the questionable dots. York added even more details a couple of days later. Together these articles provide the backdrop necessary to understand the significance of Sullivan’s order on Friday.

The order stems from a guilty plea Flynn entered in federal court last year after being indicted by Mueller’s prosecutors on Nov. 30, 2017, for lying to FBI agents.

The day after, for some reason, Flynn’s case was reassigned from federal Judge Rudolph Contreras to Sullivan, who then issued a standard order he issues in every case: Directing “the government to produce to defendant in a timely manner – including during plea negotiations – any evidence in its possession that is favorable to defendant and material either to defendant’s guilt or punishment.”

To review, Sullivan was the judge in the case of former Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, who was railroaded by the Bush Justice Department on a completely fabricated case that was eventually thrown out — though no federal prosecutors who worked on it were ever held accountable.

As Sullivan explained in the Cardozo Law Review in 2016, “Following the Stevens case, I have issued a standing Brady Order for each criminal case on my docket, updating it in reaction to developments in the law.”

And let’s recall as well that fired FBI Director James Comey told lawmakers he didn’t think Flynn had lied to anyone.

Now, suddenly, Sullivan — who is well aware that the Justice Department’s prosecutors, including special counsel prosecutors, have been guilty in the past of withholding exculpatory evidence – wants Mueller’s prosecutors and Michael Flynn to appear before him after issuing that standard order last fall.

Has exculpatory evidence been withheld from Flynn? Or worse, were the charges against him somehow fabricated like they were against the late Sen. Stevens?

This is a big deal, this development.

Judge Sullivan appears to smell a rat. A Mueller rat.

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