Before we bring out the hanging judge, let’s remember the original source of this article was Russian News.
The U.S. does an excellent job with propaganda evidenced by what the left-stream media puts out daily and expects us to believe.
Should we believe for even a moment the the Russians are not our equal in their trade craft? (Source)
It doesn’t look that good when and individual agrees to testify under conditions of receiving full immunity.
In the U.S. the presumption of innocence is the law until a jury of the defendant’s peers proves otherwise.
Here is the true story as written earlier today. (Source)
The Washington Times
President Trump’s former national security adviser, Mike Flynn, is willing to testify to investigators in return for immunity, according to a report Thursday.
The Wall Street Journal cited officials in saying Flynn, through his attorney Robert Kelner, has made the offer to both the FBI and the House and Senate intelligence committees that are probing any possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russia.
In a statement from Kelner, he didn’t explicitly mention anything about testimony but said Flynn “certainly has a story to tell, and he very much wants to tell it, should the circumstances permit.”
He would not comment on the details of the discussions between Flynn and the House and Senate Intelligence Committees, but stressed that those discussions are happening and that “it is important to acknowledge the circumstance in which those discussions are occurring.” He condemned the media, members of Congress and political critics for creating a “highly politicized, which hunt environment,” and said Flynn would not submit himself to questioning “without assurances against unfair prosecution.”
It’s unclear just who Flynn has had contact with.
Jack Langer, a spokesman for House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, confirmed to the Washington Examiner that the congressman has not received Flynn’s offer to testify.
John Parkinson of ABC News reported that House intelligence member aide says the Democrats committee haven’t yet received word from Flynn.
Flynn resigned in February after it was revealed he misled the administration about his calls with Sergey Kislyak, the Russian ambassador to the United States.