George Washington University Law Professor Jonathan Turley weighed in on the FBI’s conduct during their interrogation of General Mike Flynn. Turley went on with Martha MacCullum on Friday night following the Special Counsel release of the notes in the summer of 2017 on the interrogation of General Mike Flynn in January 2017.
The original 302 notes from the meeting between former Trump White House National Security Adviser Michael Flynn with corrupt FBI agent Peter Strzok and mysterious FBI agent Joe Pientka have yet to be found or released.
Flynn was a top target of the Obama Deep State. The FBI did not even notify Flynn he was being interrogated. In fact, earlier this week we found out that Deep State hacks Strzok and Pientka joked with Flynn and Flynn gave them a tour of his area before their discussion.
We also know today, according to Turley, that the FBI agents did not follow up or question Flynn on any of his statements during their discussion.
And according to the original 302 report that has not been released the agents believed Flynn was truthful with them.
This was all a set up. It was a hit on Mike Flynn.
Jonathan Turley: We do know that for some reason they were hunting for Flynn. They say quite clearly, “We intentionally didn’t remind him he’s got to be careful what he says to us. It can be a crime,” which they did with other witnesses. They skipped the protocols and went directly to him circumventing counsel from the White House. And then when he finally did say something that they thought was not accurate they didn’t raise it. They didn’t correct it. So the question is, why would they be hunting for Flynn at this point. That’s what’s not explained in any of these filings.
In his interview earlier this week Turley said Michael Flynn investigation was a “canned hunt” and “they put him in a cage and shot him.”