This is absolutely the cutest thing! Watch this baby have a conversation with his daddy. This is what great father's do best! 😍😍😍😍😍
— Red Nation Rising (@RedNationRising) June 5, 2019
The highly classified transcript between former National Security Advisor Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn and former Russian Ambassador to the United States Sergey Kislyak would answer once and for all exactly what was said between the then senior government officials.
Kislyak’s phone was being monitored by U.S. intelligence but that didn’t stop senior U.S. officials from leaking the conversation to the media.
In fact, it was that essence of Flynn’s conversation with Kislyak that eventually led to Flynn being fired from his role as President Donald Trump’s national security advisor.
Knowing exactly what was said could be a game changer. Prosecutors don’t want that to happen. In fact, they argue that the transcripts aren’t essential to Flynn’s prosecution, in which he has already pleaded guilty.
Isn’t that interesting, since it was senior government officials who broke the law and leaked the fact to the media that the two had spoken by phone.
Joshua Geltzer, a former Justice Department official told the New York Times, Sunday that intelligence collection “would be a rare step to make public.”“What you see in today’s filing is the government trying to avoid disclosing that material,” he said.
Interesting, again since it was the government that made it public in the first place.Shouldn’t prosecutors be more concerned about the fact that government officials, who had access to such highly classified information, be investigated and held accountable for the leak?
Prosecutor’s Argue Against Sullivan’s OrderProsecutors made this argument to Federal District Court of Columbia Judge Emmet G. Sullivan late Friday night when they refused to oblige by his court order to have the transcripts released.
Flynn’s conversations with Kislyak occurred in December 2016 and were a turning point for the FBI in its investigation into the Trump campaign at the time.
By January, the highly classified conversation, which was obtained by a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant was leaked to The Washington Post.
It was followed by more leaks that alleged the campaign was in cahoots with Russia and a plethora of inaccurate stories across cable networks accusing Flynn of being in the pocket of the Russian government.
Of course, now, these allegations have been debunked by four separate investigations, to include Mueller’s own report, which found that no American conspired with Russia in the 2016 presidential election.
Here’s the Sullivan order: Docket Text: MINUTE ORDER as to MICHAEL T. FLYNN. The government is hereby ORDERED to file on the public docket in this case the transcript of the “voicemail recording” referenced in the  Addendum to Government’s Memorandum in Aid of Sentencing and 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.
It is FURTHER ORDERED that the government shall submit to Chambers audio versions of the recordings on a DVD by no later than May 31, 2019. Signed by Judge Emmet G. Sullivan on 5/16/2019.
Why Was Sullivan’s Order Refused By Prosecutors? Sullivan’s order was rebuffed by the prosecution. Prosecutors did, however, release the full transcripts of a voicemail message left by Trump’s former lawyer John Dowd to Flynn’s lawyer Robert Kelner.
They were formerly released by a court order and it appeared to tell a significantly different story than the one portrayed in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report.
Prosecutors made it appear in the Special Counsel’s report that Dowd was asking for a “heads up” if Flynn planned to say anything damaging about Trump and Mueller made it appear that he may have been obstructing.
The full transcripts, however, revealed that Dowd was acting just as an attorney should and specifically stated that he did not want any classified or confidential information.
John Dowd Calls Mueller A Fraud.
Dowd told Sean Hannity on Fox New’s Hannity show Monday night “isn’t it ironic that this man [Mueller], who kept indicting and prosecuting people for process crimes, committed a false statement in his own report.”
So it makes one wonder why the conversation between Flynn and Kislyak, which has already been disclosed by leaks from senior government officials is being kept close hold. In fact, late Friday night prosecutors suggest that they are not relying on “any other recordings.”
“The government further represents that it is not relying on any other recordings, of any person, for purposes of establishing the defendant’s guilt or determining his sentence, nor are there any other recordings that are part of the sentencing record,” states the Addendum to the Government’s Memorandum in Aid of Sentencing.Both government sources and news reports suggest the audio transcript of the calls made by Flynn to Kislyak exist.
Still, Special Counsel prosecutors suggest that “any other audio recordings” wouldn’t effect the purpose of establish guilt or determining the sentence of Flynn…
On July 26, 2017, the FBI raided Paul Manafort’s house in the early morning hours as reported by the Washington Post –
FBI agents raided the Alexandria, Va., home of President Trump’s former campaign chairman, arriving in the early-morning hours last month and seizing documents and other materials related to the special counsel investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
The problem with the raid was that it was a criminal act. The Mueller gang had no legal right to raid Manafort’s house. Mueller’s raid on Paul Manafort’s home took place before August 2nd, the date that DAG Rosenstein provided Mueller support for the raid. The FBI reportedly manhandled the elderly Manafort and his wife in the early morning raid.
Rosenstein’s memo is dated August 2, 2017 and is from Rosenstein to Mueller supposedly directing Mueller to look into Manafort actions with a Russian operative perhaps before 2016. This however is clearly outside the scope of Sessions’ recusal as argued by Manafort and doesn’t even address Manafort’s argument that these actions are not for Mueller to take or Rosenstein to order but are Sessions actions alone as AG.The entire raid was illegal and without merit.
The President can pardon federal charges but not state.The new indictments against Paul Manafort came from Cyrus Vance in the STATE of New York meaning Manafort was beyond a Presidential pardon.Judge TS Ellis gave Manafort a lenient sentence of 47 months in prison plus three years of supervised release,a $50,000 fine and restitution in the millions. Manafort was given 9 months credit for time he had served.Judge Amy Berman Jackson did not back Ellis’s sentencing. An Obama appointee she pitched a fit and nailed Manafort hard.They made sure Manafort couldn’t be pardoned by the President. If Manafort had been smart he’d have skipped the country when he was fired by the Trump campaign BEFORE any of this came down.He probably didn’t see it coming.
The question is what did this have to do with Russian Collusion/Conspiracy? NOTHING. For one, there is no law regarding collusion; as far as conspiracy goes it didn’t matter because RODENTSTEIN🐀 gave Mueller and his goons the broadest authority he could have given him. Mueller didn’t have to find anything related to Russia.
Mueller,Weissmann and their Clinton team intended to nail as many people as possible and destroy them in an effort to get their real target,Trump.Now Manafort is reportedly going to be moved to solitary confinement in Rikers Prison. This will be the 2nd time the 70 yr old Manafort has been put into solitary. Rikers is notoriously known as a hell hole typically used to hold violent offenders including terrorists,rapists and mobsters;not white collar criminals for a first offense.The move is clearly unconstitutional. It’s cruel and unusual punishment.
Truth:they want him to sing or compose against Trump. The whole attack on Manafort is outrageous. Mueller,Weissmann,RODENTSTEIN and Obama appointee Berman Jackson are corrupt.
Carter Page walked. They used him (either willingly or unwittingly)to spy on the Trump campaign with the 2 hop rule.
General Michael Flynn- a man who honorably served his country in the military for 33 yrs- and Michael Caputo have been bankrupted.Flynn was set up and framed.Caputo and his family receive death threats. George Papadopolous was framed and was given a sentence of 2 weeks in jail-already served. So why was Manafort nailed so harshly? Mueller had the most on him compared to the others he targeted and figured Manafort was his best bet.
Judge Berman Jackson is still going after Roger Stone.Stone is not going to take this lightly.NONE of these people are going to flip or compose against Trump. Berman Jackson can hope. Cyrus Vance can hope. Not going to happen. Manafort will die in prison before that happens. I hope to God every single one of these rats are held accountable when it’s all exposed.
Clinton is going to eat these words.
I don’t know who needs to hear this, but the president is not above the law.
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) June 3, 2019
Do I sound angry? You bet I am.LIVID😠.What they’ve done to these people is purely political and what they’ve done to Manafort and Flynn is especially outrageous.Our system of ‘justice’ has now gone to hell.
Tucker Carlson Tonight 6/4/2019 interview with Michael Caputo. Worth watching.
They discuss the Manafort case.
FOX NEWS PULLED THE YOU TUBE VIDEO (just like they usually do if they catch it)