USA Today: Republicans pounce!®
“…very significant in understanding how intelligence was manipulated to support launching the Russia investigation.”
“…the judge has already abused his wide discretion”
“…will complement the already substantial assistance the FBI has been providing to U.S. Attorney Jeff Jensen”
Vice News: Hey, this really *is* serious.
“The order issued Thursday directs Sullivan to file a response by June 1…”
Plus: FBI deputized Steele to target Flynn two months earlier?
“It was the FBI, not the NSA, that wiretapped Kislyak’s calls and created the summary and transcript…”
Turley: When did the media start cheering abusive prosecution?
1:30 pm ET!
Lawfare: Actually …
Levin: “It’s called a Writ of Prohibition.”
“It’s a routine thing, it’s appropriate and legitimate.”
Rand Paul: Let’s face it, Biden’s “up to his eyeballs” in Flynn scandal.
“…explore the possibility that Mr. Flynn opened himself up to perjury charges by pleading guilty under oath”
The Power of politicization.
Nefarious or non-committal?
Flynn attorney: “Absolutely” this goes all the way up to Obama.
“Yates recalled Comey mentioning the Logan Act.”
“This is a political job.”
Why didn’t CNN disclose that McCabe has lied about these investigations?
“I believe it’s Director Comey and the deputy’s office.”
Duane Patterson and Andrew C. McCarthy at 4 pm ET!
“…what exactly was to be gained by the interview? Nothing except the potential to jam him up”
“This is evidence that it was a setup…”
“CNN tormented him, in all fairness…”
Turley: “Chilling” FBI comment on Flynn case demands dismissal.
Has the FBI “lost” its Flynn records?
“The inquiry began within the past month…”
“My guilty plea has rankled me throughout this process…”
“Michael T. Flynn is innocent.”
“We became a self-licking ice cream cone.”
“It was the logical thing to do while we wait for his order and the IG report.”
Or an easy out?
But: DoJ’s criminal division now looking at Giuliani, too.
“…how about the positive side of General Flynn’s ledger?”
Tempest, meet teapot.
“If they were so badly mistreated, why wouldn’t they be worthy of pardons?”
“It would not play well.”
Walz “deeply apologizes” to CNN. How about to Minnesotans?
“We have not heard from city leadership nor have we heard from Governor Walz about tamping down this violence.”
Oh, my. How times have changed