‘Why was he so afraid?’ Gen Flynn says he’d have no problem confronting Obama, believes ‘coup’ still in progress

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Former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn has said that if he ever runs into former President Barack Hussein Obama, he intends to ask him some questions.

What he’d specifically like to know, he said Thursday evening on Fox Business Network’s Lou Dobbs Tonight, is why Obama had, in November of 2016, warned then-President-elect Donald Trump about hiring him.

“It’s interesting that the only transition conversation that President Obama had with President Trump, he only talked about two things. One was dear leader Kim Jong Un, and the other was Gen. Mike Flynn,” the retired Army lieutenant general said.

“And it’s like you say to yourself, ‘What the heck?’ I mean it’s laughable, but it’s also very, very serious, and I would like someone with some guts — because I’ll ask him if I ever see him — why was he so afraid, why was he so fearful and why did he have to mention that to Donald Trump as though Flynn is public enemy number one?”

Listen:

In mid-2017, the media obtained confirmation that one of the few topics Obama had discussed with Trump during their infamous Oval Office meeting two days after the 2016 presidential election, had indeed been Flynn.

“Obama and his staff felt Flynn was problematic and prone to what they thought of as crazy ideas and had fired him from his job as head of the Defense Intelligence Agency. Obama relayed that to Trump during the 90 minutes they spent together,” Politico reported at the time.

“Obama hadn’t planned to spend time in the meeting criticizing Flynn, but it came up as part of the conversation when the topic of personnel came up, according to a former Obama administration official. Accounts differ on how extensive he got, with one person familiar with the meeting saying that Obama forcefully told Trump to steer clear of Flynn.”

But why?

During the lengthy 15-minute interview with FBN host Lou Dobbs, Flynn also addressed the pardon given to him by Trump last week.

Listen:

“We’re certainly grateful to him, but at the same time we also know that this was a political persecution of the highest order and not something that any American should ever have to go through,” he said.

He emphatically stressed though that he doesn’t hold the president responsible.

“People want me to say something, for years [have asked] are you upset with President Trump, are you upset with the White House? And the answer is no, and the reason why [is] because this was a setup from the beginning, and accountability lies in the previous administration,” he declared.

He added, “I mean we all know that [is] the truth. It has been out now for over a year. There’s been extraordinary, what everybody now knows as exculpatory evidence that has come out, and it’s come out through the great fighting warrior strength of Sidney Powell.”

Indeed, Powell has been instrumental in exposing the truth about Flynn’s arguably fraudulent prosecution by Obama-era officials.

“You say to yourself, ‘Oh my god, what was the previous administration doing during the campaign of Donald Trump, during the transition of Donald Trump and then during while he was in office.’ This country should never be usurped by the power in our government and by the institutions of our government,” Flynn continued.

“And I know that the president feels the same way as I do, and we cannot have that in a beautiful, strong country like we have and survive. And honestly, as I’ve gone through four years of this, so has the president — and frankly, so has the country. And the country has been damaged, and I think we’re still feeling the pain in this recent election.”

Speaking of the election, Flynn believes the alleged fraud and impropriety that have been discovered by the president’s legal team are proof that “there is still a coup in progress.” He also believes that no matter what, Trump is the election’s rightful winner.

“I was asked today on a scale of one to 10 who will be the next president, and I said 10 it’ll be Donald Trump. It’ll be President Trump. There’s no doubt in my mind that he won this election hands down in a landslide, probably somewhere between 350 and 400 Electoral College votes,” he said in a phone interview recorded Saturday.

The interview was with Worldview Weekend, an online talk show hosted by a Christian activist and commentator known as Brannon Howse.

Flynn warned though that the alleged fraud, impropriety, and discrepancies being discovered in the 2020 election results are all part of an ongoing coup.

“I think what we experienced over the last four years … was a very strong effort to unseat a duly-elected president and try to remove Donald Trump by political pressure, by technology pressure, by financial pressure — to get him to just say, ‘You know what? I’m not going to put up with this,’ and then walk away,” he said.

That never happened because the president chose to fight back, so the president’s enemies kept devising other methods to remove him, “whether it was the fake Russiagate or Spygate, the fake impeachment or some of the kind of stuff that we’re seeing now with this COVID situation.”

“This is still a coup in progress, but now it’s a little different. When they lost in 2016, I think that there was a decision to say we’re not going to allow this to happen again,” Flynn concluded.

Vivek Saxena

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