Something happened on Capitol Hill on Tuesday. And although it went largely unnoticed. Mark Meadows did not let it slide into the dark. Furthermore, he brought to light an obscure FBI form that vindicates Michael Flynn. And proves Comey lied.
A “302 Form” that FBI agents use to “report or summarize the interviews that they conduct” and contains information from the notes is the subject of Flynn’s vindication. (VIDEO BELOW.)
Moreover, what Meadows exposed with Horowitz confirming is that “there’s growing evidence that those 302’s were edited or changed.” The 302’s being discussed regard the interviews with Michael Flynn. He was indicted for lying to the FBI by the Mueller team shortly before last Christmas.
Meadows continues and says the 302’s “they were changed to either prosecute or not prosecute individuals and that is very troubling.”
WATCH as Meadows hits Horowitz with the truth about the Flynn 302’s:
Watch as Michael Flynn heads into court after FBI sets him up:
Sara A. Carter reports, “in the case brought against former National Security Advisor Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office. Where conflicting testimony and statements made by Former FBI Director James Comey, would call into question whether the agents who interviewed Flynn believed he was either lying or telling the truth.”
Specifically, on January 24, 2017 Flynn was interviewed by FBI agents. They filled out the 302 forms. “Behind closed doors, in March 2017 Comey told Congress that the agents who interviewed Flynn …did not believe that Flynn was lying,” reports Sara.
Additionally, Carter also states, “Comey later appeared to walk back his statement during an interview with Brett Baier on Fox News, suggesting that he didn’t recall making those statements to Congress, as previously reported.”
“However, an unredacted section of the House Intelligence Committee’s Russia report specifically stated, “Director Comey testified to the committee that ‘the agents…discerned no physical indications of deception. They didn’t see any change in posture, in tone, in inflection, in eye contact. They saw nothing that indicated to them that he knew he was lying to them.”