Judge Orders Transcripts of General Flynn’s Phone Calls With Russian Ambassador Kislyak to be Made Public
General Mike Flynn
US District Judge Emmet Sullivan on Thursday ordered portions of Mueller’s unredacted report to be released to the public.
Judge Sullivan, a Bill Clinton appointee, ordered portions of Mueller’s report related to General Mike Flynn to be made public by May 31, 2019.
The judge also ordered the text of a voicemail between Flynn and Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak to be released as well as transcripts of Flynn’s calls to Russian officials.
“[A]nd the transcripts of any other audio recordings of Mr. Flynn, including, but not limited to, audio recordings of Mr. Flynn’s conversations with Russian officials, by no later than May 31, 2019,” the full docket text read.
General Flynn’s late 2016 phone calls to Kislyak were unmasked then illegally leaked to the Washington Post — Flynn was then ambushed by two FBI agents, Peter Strzok and Joe Pientka without his lawyers present and he was ultimately fired from his job as NatSec Advisor.
Flynn’s phone calls with Ambassador Kislyak during the Trump Transition were perfectly legal and only portions of his calls have been selectively leaked to the media.
Mueller and his team of angry Democrat thugs used the media leak as the hook they needed to go after Flynn with a vengeance, ensnared Flynn into a perjury trap and charged him with making a false statement to the feds — even though Flynn didn’t lie.
Who unmasked Flynn and who leaked his phone calls with Kislyak to the Washington Post? Congressman Nunes hinted a couple weeks ago in an interview with Maria Bartiromo that his investigation may reveal who the leaker is.
It is also widely believed that there was a FISA warrant on General Flynn — the president should issue Flynn a full pardon and prosecute every corrupt official who illegally targeted Flynn for ruin.
Flynn is still awaiting sentencing after being harassed by Mueller and Obama’s corrupt officials for the past several years.