By Duncan Smith
To say that retired Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, who briefly served as President Trump’s national security adviser, is being denied justice is an understatement.
The DC Court of Appeals has agreed to rehear en banc the decision by a panel to order the dismissal of the charges against Michael Flynn.
The full U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit agreed Thursday to revisit U.S. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan's plan to examine the politically charged matter, reviving the unusual case testing the limits of the judiciary's power to check the executive branch.
The court's brief order set oral argument for August 11.
Sullivan requested a rehearing by a full complement of judges after a divided three-judge panel ordered him to immediately dismiss the case and said Sullivan was wrong to appoint a retired federal judge to argue against the government's move to undo Flynn's guilty plea.
In May, Sullivan refused to go along with the government's request to end the criminal case against Flynn, who twice pleaded guilty to lying to federal agents about his contacts with Russia's ambassador in Washington before Trump took office in 2017.
Yes, he pleaded guilty. But was he? No. He pleaded when the scumbags who worked for Robert Mueller threatened to charge his son as well.
We also know that Jim Comey and rogue FBI agents working on behalf of Barack Obama set Flynn up to fall.
We know Flynn never did anything wrong in talking to the Russian ambassador during the transition.
We also know that the FBI agents sent to interview Flynn at the White House never believed he lied to them.
But because Trump is so reviled by the Washington swamp, Flynn — who served our country for 30-plus years in uniform — continues to have justice denied.
And if Trump doesn’t win in November, it’s likely Flynn will once again be persecuted by the most despicable people and the most despicable political party ever to exist in America.
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