Sara Carter Just Dropped A MOAB That Shatters The Case Against General Flynn

The plot has now thickened like molasses in the winter time. A MOAB needs to be dropped on it; it’s so thick, it will blow open the details on General Flynn to defend his honor!

And, we found the lady with the MOAB. And, boy oh boy does she know how to use it! General Flynn will be ecstatic once he sees what Sara Carter revealed.

BLOCKBUSTER redacted text messages have been revealed, and Sara Carter just tweeted the following: (continued below tweet)

Sara A. Carter has revealed that none other than disgraced FBI Agent, PETER STRZOK had a VERY friendly relationship with the Judge on General Flynn’s case.

“The never before seen text messages, which were a part of the texts given to Congress by the Department of Justice, show that FBI Special Agent Peter Strzok and his paramour FBI attorney Lisa Page discussed Strzok’s relationship with U.S. District Court Judge Rudolph Contreras.

[Judge Contreas] is who presided over a Dec. 1, 2017 hearing, where former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI. Strzok was removed from Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel’s Office last year after anti-Trump text messages between him and his FBI agent lover were discovered by the DOJ’s Inspector General Michael Horowitz. (more continued below)

But on Dec. 7, without warning, Judge Rudolph Contreras was removed as the presiding judge on Flynn’s case. Little information was given at the time as to why Contreras was removed.

Sara provided images of the actual texts, and writes, “In a text message chain from Page to Strzok on July 25, 2016, she writes, “Rudy is on the FISC! Did you know that? Just appointed two months ago.

At that point, the pair continues to discuss other issues, but comes back to Contreras, “I did. We talked about it before and after. I need to get together with him.” Then, later Strzok appears to return to his discussion about Contreras.”

Photo courtesy of Sara A. Carter. Strzok/Page July texts.

Photo courtesy of Sara A. Carter. Strzok/Page July texts.

The two FBI Anti-Trump lovers seem to plan their own Flynn MOAB right before our very eyes! (more continued below) 

Sara very kindly typed out what was said between the two as they discussed the Judge:

Page: “Thought of it because you had to Google FISC judges and him there. I’m telling you.”

Strzok: “….She brought up a good point about being circumspect in talking to him in terms of not placing him into a situation where he’d have to recuse himself.”

Page: “I can’t imagine you either one of you could talk about anything in detail meaningful enough to warrant recusal.” Page then goes back to discussing a different issue saying, “Anyway, maybe you meant to, but didn’t.’

Strzok: “Really? Rudy. I’m in charge of espionage for the FBI. Any espionage FISA comes before him, what should he do? Given his friend oversees them?”

Page: “Standards for recusal are quite high. I just don’t think this poses an actual conflict. And he doesn’t know what you do?”

Why did Contreas recuse himself? Clearly, this Judge should not have presided over Flynn. (more continued below)

Well, that is what a handful of Republican’s would like to know, including Jim Jordan, (OH-R) and Mark Meadows (NC-R). Both congressmen are on the House Oversight Committee. Excerpts from Sara’s article are below.

“Why did Contreras recuse himself?” said Jordan. “Text messages show he had a relationship with Strzok… Why did the DOJ make it difficult for us to get the information? To me, those are the two fundamental questions. We don’t know that answers to either one of those.”

Meadows also stated that the DOJ’s failure to be forthright with the information makes it extremely difficult for Congress to conduct oversight.

“The only thing we would not have access to is grand jury material and some classified documents,” said Meadows. “There is no reason why we cannot get the same documents the Inspector General has.”

In closing, if you think General Flynn’s case should be dropped because the Judge should never have presided over him. And if you think Flynn’s good name should be brought back to right in light of these new discoveries, then drop a comment below.

Click here to see what Trey Gowdy said back in December about this rail road on Flynn.

(h/t Sara A. Carter)