Uma Pemmaraju interviews Former DIA Director General Michael Flynn. They focus on the problems Hillary Clinton created through her various criminal acts which are gradually coming to light, including her information recently released by the FBI, part of which was their summary of her interview.
The FBI interviewed Clinton on the long holiday Independence Day weekend and released their summary and other information on the Labor Day holiday weekend, in order to hide the negative information from the public. Yet they want us to believe there is no collusion between Obama’s FBI, DOJ and his appointed successor.
Pemmaraju plays a few clips of Clinton lying about her email and mishandling of classified material as a background for the discussion.
General Flynn says, “She should have known better and she should have known better from day one. And I think that there’s a reason why we’re continuing to find out more and more about this.” That would be an easy comment to let pass by, but with General Flynn’s specialty of secret information, it could be that he is aware or suspicious of deliberate leaks by patriots within NSA as has been reported by high ranking whistleblower William Binney. Flynn continues, “And I also think that there’s a reason why that we have 33,000 emails that were essentially bleach washed so that nobody could get access to them. Why would you bleach wash yoga lessons and wedding plans?”
He says Clinton “has severely impacted the nation’s security by the disclosure of this information that she has disclosed, that we’ve already learned about from the FBI Director. So, I just think it’s a shame that the people of this country are not being told the total truth.”
Regarding Clinton’s passing the buck of responsibility to her subordinates, Flynn says, “Again, she wants to be commander-in-chief, a commander is responsible for all the good and all the bad that happens in their organization. So is she going to now throw her subordinates underneath the rug? I mean, how disloyal is that? How disloyal for somebody to say, ‘Well, you know, Uma, I’m blaming it on you.'”
Flynn says, “I cannot imagine anybody that has ever served in our military, ever, that means all of these other people that are out there in our country somewhere that are going to go vote, ever, listening to this and then going an voting for her.”
I hope that the American public do not become numb to this.” He also asks when all of this is going to end.
Flynn described what he took away from an intelligence briefing in which he accompanied Mr. Trump earlier in the day, recognizing that the cyber threat is emerging as one of the greatest vulnerabilities to state actors that we need to urgently address. He also has strong praise for the interaction between Trump and his briefers as well as his views on America’s role and future.