Not to question anyone’s credibility, but over the weekend pardoned felon Mike “Lock Her UP!” Flynn, speaking at a four day QAnon conference in Dallas (he took an oath to “Q” on July 4, 2020, nuff said) told a crowd that a Myanmar-style military coup in America “should happen here”. Flynn, who insists Trump won the popular vote and Electoral College in 2020, was one of the keynote speakers at the For God and Country Patriot Roundup, along with his former attorney, Kraken-releaser Sidney Powell, and Texas Representative Louie Gohmert and he was only answering an audience question honestly.
When the clip was played on fake news, it was, of course, made to sound bad and Flynn immediately shot back that reporting he supported a military coup in the U.S. was a “boldface fabrication” and that his words had been taken out of context:
“Let me be VERY CLEAR – There is NO reason whatsoever for any coup in America, and I do not and have not at any time called for any action of that sort,” Flynn said in a post on Telegram, a social-media app that has been favored by far-right groups.
“Any reporting of any other belief by me is a boldface fabrication based on twisted reporting at a lively panel at a conference of Patriotic Americans who love this country, just as I do,” Flynn added to his 227,000 subscribers.
Kooks like Liz Cheney immediately tweeted mean things about Flynn. Flynn, of course, was helpless to fight back, having been banned from Twitter by the radical left on January 8, 2021, after wholeheartedly supporting the Stop the Steal riot of January 6.
If you read Flynn’s Wikipedia page… well, no comment. I don’t want to be taken out of context. I suggest a quick skim. All the quotes below are from that article. Here’s a paragraph that jumped out at me, from a Trump campaign rally in 2016:
During the speech, Flynn attacked Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton; he encouraged the crowd to chant “Lock her up!”; saying “Damn right! Exactly right! There is nothing wrong with that!” He called for Clinton to withdraw from the race, claiming that “if I did a tenth of what she did, I’d be in jail today.” He repeated in subsequent interviews that she should be “locked up”. While campaigning for Trump, Flynn also referred to Clinton as the “enemy camp”. Six days after the speech, Flynn stirred up a controversy by retweeting anti-Semitic remarks, which he later apologized for and claimed were unintentional. During the campaign, Flynn also posted links to false articles and conspiracy theories relating to Clinton on Twitter, including the Pizzagate conspiracy theory.
Pizzagate, you will recall, was the forerunner of the full-blown Trumpist QAnon conspiracy movement. It turned out there was no basement in the DC pizza place where Hillary Clinton and fellow powerful Democrat Satan-worshipping pedophile cannibals allegedly locked children in the basement for sex and blood drinking purposes, it was a sick fantasy hatched by people who wanted to LOCK HER UP (as Jair Bolsonaro later did to his popular opponent in Brazil, shortly before the election). Now the baseless conspiracy about the child sex trafficking pizza joint is a footnote, and the starting point for the massively popular theory, embraced by millions, who believe, as the mysterious “Q” teaches, that Donald J. Trump is the only thing standing between decency and Tom Hanks fucking and killing every child he can get his disgusting hands on.
Apparently mad as hell, after Obama forced him to retire from the military for his hard-ass management style , Mike Flynn went on to make considerable money working for Putin and the dictatorial leader of Turkey, among other clients. While working for them he served as a campaign advisor to presidential candidates Carly Fiorina, Scott Walker, Ben Carson, Lyin’ Ted Cruz, and finally, the last Republican standing, Donald Trump. Little known fact:
In July 2016, it was reported he was being considered as Trump’s running mate; Flynn later confirmed that he had submitted vetting documents to the campaign and, although a registered Democrat, was willing to accept the Republican vice-presidential nomination if chosen. However, Trump instead selected Indiana Governor Mike Pence.
Pence, of course, famously went on to betray Trump, in a way Flynn never would have. Trump didn’t listen to Flynn and Powell (and America’s mayor, Rudy Giuliani) when they urged him, days before the Capitol riot, to invoke the Insurrection Act to impose martial law and retain power after traitors claimed he “lost” the rigged, stolen 2020 election. For some reason, Trump hesitated — and the moment to seize power was gone. Alas!
Fortunately for Mr. Trump, there are millions of very angry Americans who believe Q are ready to go to war to reverse the stolen 2020 election and rescue America from the grips of antifa, BLM and the likes of fucking Tom Hanks. The declared neutrality of moderate, centrist Democrats Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema in this fight will be a huge help to the cause. USA! USA!!!!!
Communist mouthpiece Business Insider added a gratuitous inflammatory editorial comment (that I prudently decided not to emphasize myself, in the interest of objectivity — what point to mention that Flynn’s 22 days as presidential national security advisor was the shortest term in US history for someone serving in that vital role?) after General Flynn straightened out the fake news:
“I am no stranger to media manipulating my words and therefore let me repeat my response to a question asked at the conference: There is no reason it (a coup) should happen here (in America),” Flynn wrote Monday.
Flynn served as national security adviser under Trump for 22 days before resigning. In 2017, he pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his communications with a Russian ambassador, though he later retracted his plea and was pardoned by the former president last November.
[and then — more incendiary, defamatory lies by CCP mouthpiece “Business Insider” !]
As CNN reported Monday, Flynn continued to repeat false claims about the 2020 election during last weekend’s convention, saying, “Trump won. He won the popular vote, and he won the Electoral College vote.” Trump won neither the popular vote nor the Electoral College vote.
More baseless Deep State smears against one of Trump’s best people:
In a private e-mail that was leaked online, Colin Powell said he had heard in the DIA (apparently from later DIA director Vincent R. Stewart) that Flynn was fired because he was “abusive with staff, didn’t listen, worked against policy, bad management, etc.” According to The New York Times, Flynn exhibited a loose relationship with the truth, leading his subordinates to refer to Flynn’s repeated dubious assertions as “Flynn facts”.