It looks like Gen Michael Flynn will remain on the hot seat for quite a while longer. The D.C. Circuit Court has ruled that the decision of the three-judge panel that ordered crooked judge Emmet Sullivan to dismiss the case against Flynn was vacated and now it goes before all eleven judges in the D.C. court.
The odds are heavily against Flynn winning at that court which is dominated by liberals, 7-4. The decision is surprising but then again nit’s not. It’s surprising because Judge Sullivan has no standing in the case. It’s not surprising because whenever a political case goes before liberal judges, the law books fly out the window. The Supreme Court justice that oversees the court is a radical leftist, John Roberts.
This case is probably heading for the Supreme Court. It’s either that or go back to court with Sullivan presiding and his bias is so obvious that even Stevie Wonder (One of my all-time favorites) can see it. At the time that the DOJ dropped the case, it was because of the discovery that Flynn was set up. Documents were changed and the DOJ has not yet released the original FBI 302 form.
#BREAKING: The DC Cir just granted rehearing en banc of the mandamus in the #Flynn case. Oral arguments are 9:30 a.m. August 11. WOW!@realDonaldTrump@GenFlynn @BarbaraRedgate @JosephJFlynn1 @GoJackFlynn @JennaEllisEsq @lofly727 pic.twitter.com/2aBhzOuBT6
— Sidney Powell 🇺🇸⭐⭐⭐ (@SidneyPowell1) July 30, 2020
The mainstream press all published the decision of the court but forgot to mention the mountain of evidence in the case showing that Flynn was unfairly targeted. It’s funny how things like that always seems to slip their minds. But if you press them on it they just say they have no mind. And proving they do have a working mind is almost impossible to prove.
The panel agreed, arguing that Sullivan did not have the authority to extend the prosecution if the DOJ wanted to pull out.
“In this case, the district court’s actions will result in specific harms to the exercise of the Executive Branch’s exclusive prosecutorial power,” Judge Neomi Rao, who was appointed to the D.C. Circuit by President Trump, wrote in the majority opinion last month.
“If evidence comes to light calling into question the integrity or purpose of an underlying criminal investigation, the Executive Branch must have the authority to decide that further prosecution is not in the interest of justice.”