Coup: New Memos Bust Comey & Mueller Reveal Russian Collusion Case Fell Apart Almost Immediately
The FBI has been slow to release files regarding the Russia collusion investigation and no wonder it doesn’t make them look very good. In fact, it shows that Comey and the FBI had debunked the investigation in the first month of President Trump being in office.
That means that despite having proof the President was innocent of wrongdoing Comey, Mueller, and his hit squad continued to investigate. The proof is now available for everyone to see.
US officials in January 2017, in sequence received:
- Multiple warnings about the credibility of informant Christopher Steele and his dossier.
- Affirmed key targets of the FBI counterintelligence investigation made exculpatory statements denying collusion to undercover sources.
- Concluded retired Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn, Trump’s first national security adviser, was not engaged in collusion with the Russians.
That last section above about Flynn wasn’t noticed by most people because it was once sentence in a once-sealed court motion filed by Flynn’s defense team that was discovered as Brady material, or evidence of innocence.
The motion was dated September 11, 2019, and it requested access to “an internal DOJ document dated January 30, 2017, in which the FBI exonerated Mr. Flynn of being ‘an agent of Russia.’”
Flynn’s motion was confirmed in a 2018 letter obtained by Just the News between Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office and defense lawyers. It shows the DOJ exoneration memo was written after Flynn had been interviewed FBI ages in January of 2017.
Just The News reports:
The DOJ exoneration memo was written after Flynn had been interviewed by FBI agents in January 2017 and after the government learned the former Defense Intelligence Agency chief had kept his old agency briefed on his contacts with Russia, something that weighed heavily against the notion he was aiding Moscow.
“According to an internal DOJ memo dated January 30, 2017, after the Jan. 24 interview, the FBI advised that based on the interview the FBI did not believe Flynn was acting as an agent of Russia,” Mueller’s team wrote in the letter.
U.S. District Judge Emmett Sullivan so far has concluded that the exoneration of Flynn on the Russia collusion charge wasn’t relevant to his conviction since he pled guilty to a different crime, making a false statement to the FBI.
This means that less than two weeks into Trump’s presidency the FBI already knew that Micheal Flynn had not been a Russian agent.
What’s even more nefarious is that a letter was sent to Flynn warning officials about Steele’s credibility according to John Solomon the British government “hand-delivered” the letter.
This was backed up by the findings of Inspector General Michael Horowitz, the FBI interviewed Steele’s primary sub-source around January 7th, 2017, the source disallowed most of the Russia collusion claims that were attributed to him in the dossier; and the Mueller team hid that information from the court.
By the second week of January 2017, the FBI had cleared Flynn of being a Russian agent and have substantial evidence that the Steele dossier was fake. Congressional investigators are now looking into if Comey’s February 14, 2017 dinner at the White House was an attempt by the FBI to entrap the President in an obstruction of justice investigation. Those same investigators are reviewing the Mueller report wondering why they didn’t include the FBI case fell apart in January 2017.