MIKE FLYNN Endorses Troy Downing For Montana Senator – Slams Dem Senator Tester For Smear Campaign on Ronny Jackson (VIDEO)

General Mike Flynn endorsed Republican candidate Troy Downing for U.S. Senate in Montana on Sunday.

Flynn also slammed the grotesque attacks and lies on Admiral Ronny Jackson carried out by the current Dem Senator of Montana, Jon Tester.

General Flynn began by apologizing for not being able to attend a rally for Troy Downing then threw his support behind the Republican candidate 100%.

ā€œIā€™m here today to strongly and wholeheartedly endorse Troy Downing to be the next senator from the great state of Montana,ā€ Flynn said.

Troy Downing is a pro-life, pro-borders combat vet who supports the 2nd Amendment Flynn explained.

Downing is running against the despicable Democrat Senator who currently occupies the seat, Jon Tester.

Flynn encouraged people to vote Jon Tester out and stuck up for Admiral Ronny Jackson.

God bless General Flynn.

VIDEO:

Democrat Senator Jon Tester led the charge last week spreading false rumors against Trump VA pick Admiral Ronny Jackson.

Tester played point man to smear and slander Admiral Jackson with false allegations of inappropriate behavior.

Admiral Jackson withdrew his nomination after the false allegations were released and shared widely by the liberal mainstream media.

The Secret Service later came out and said the allegations were completely false.

President Trump called on Jon Tester to resign after spreading the vicious lies against Admiral Jackson.

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