Trump’s former national-security adviser is speaking out more and more. And it’s predictably weird.
The pardoned Army three-star promoted a call to suspend the Constitution for an election do-over. “Grant and Lincoln are rolling over in their graves,” said one retired general.
“He was the incoming national security adviser, and all we heard about from the fake news, fraudulent media mob was this could be a violation of the Logan Act,” Hannity fumed.
At least 18 people connected to President Trump have been locked up, indicted, or arrested since the real-estate mogul announced his candidacy in 2015.
The DOJ’s concern here isn’t with Flynn, but with the threat to the “integrity” of the “Executive” if they have to explain to a judge why they’re letting Trump’s pal walk away.
Precision matters in sensitive investigations. Unfortunately, the motto of my Republican colleagues is more like "obfuscation matters."
His Justice Department is claiming that a vast conspiracy targeting Trump took down the general—and that a judge has no business exposing that alleged conspiracy.