Newly released FBI documents are proof that former White House National Security Adviser Michael Flynn was setup by corrupt FBI agents.
The Justice Department turned over handwritten notes by Bill Priestap, the FBI’s former head of counterintelligence, taken after meeting with then-FBI Director James Comey and then-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.
The notes clearly state that the “goal” in interviewing Flynn in January 2017 was “to get him to lie, so we can prosecute him or get him fired.”
Another note read, “If we get him to admit to breaking the Logan Act, give facts to DOJ + have them decide,”
Flynn has insisted from the beginning he “never lied” to the FBI and has withdrawn his guilty plea.
General Flynn was a man in the wrong place at the wrong time that fell into the hands of a group of corrupt FBI officials that had their eyes on their main target, President Donald J. Trump.
I discussed this scandal with former FBI agent John Ligato, during an interview on the Conservative Business Journal Podcast about his book, “The Comey Gang: An Insider’s Look at an FBI in Crisis.”
Listen to our interview and get this behind the scenes perspective from someone that has been on the inside of the FBI plus hear about his undercover work in the mafia…
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“John Ligato holds nothing back. I worked with him undercover and John is absolutely fearless whether it’s with some mob guy or a bogus bureaucrat. The Comey Gang is the definitive book how the FBI lost its way under James Comey.”—Joe Pistone, FBI Special Agent, Retired (aka ‘Donnie Brasco’)
“I’ve supervised John Ligato and he’s one of a kind. His Marine Corps experience made him a tenacious and mission-oriented FBI agent. John was one of the Bureau’s best undercover operatives and I was always glad that John Ligato was part of my team.”—Anthony Daniels, FBI Assistant Director, Retired
“I served with John Ligato in Vietnam. Lance Corporal Ligato was with the lead contingent of Marines into Hue City during the ’68 Tet Offensive. Though wounded several times, John refused medical evacuation and distinguished himself on the battlefield. Believe what he says.”—Major General Ray ‘E-Tool’ Smith, USMC, Retired