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After FISA memo drops, now Gen. Flynn will seek to have ALL CHARGES against him DROPPED (Video)

(National SentinelClearing His Name: Former U.S. Army Lt. Gen. and national security advisor Michael Flynn’s lawyers are preparing to file papers in court seeking to have all charges against him dropped in light of revelations made in the just-released FISA memo.

That’s according to legendary political operative and current Infowars contributor Roger Stone, who made the stunning announcement on Monday in a video for the Alex Jones Channel on YouTube.

“Lawyers for General Mike Flynn will shortly file a motion to dismiss all the charges filed against him, based on reports now confirmed by The Hill, Circa News and Infowars, that Assistant FBI Director Andrew McCabe told a teleconference of law enforcement officials, ‘First we f*ck Flynn, then we f*ck Trump.'”

Stone’s claim comes amid earlier reports noting that special counsel Robert Mueller has requested a delay in Flynn’s sentencing.

“Due to the status of the Special Counsel’s investigation, the parties do not believe that this matter is ready to be scheduled for a sentencing hearing at this time,” the special counsel asked the court last week.

Mueller’s office requested a 90-day extension.

Flynn, a former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency, pleaded guilty to charges of lying to FBI agents. But some reports have suggested Flynn may have been set up and improperly interviewed by anti-Trump counterterrorism agent Peter Strzok.

Flynn reportedly did not have an attorney present when he was being questioned. Others have said that’s because since he was part of a new administration he assumed the FBI was sending agents over to brief him on current investigations, not to question him about Trump-Russia collusion allegations.

Watch Stone’s report, via the Alex Jones Channel:

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