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Did Sally Yates LIE to federal investigators? Leaked MEMO provides clues

(National SentinelDeep State: Remember Sally Yates? She was the Left-wing Obama appointee who, as acting attorney general, refused to defend President Donald Trump’s first travel ban, becoming an early “hero” of the “resistance.”

Trump fired her for that blatant act of insubordination, but like the rest of Obama’s FBI, Justice Department, and intelligence community hacks, she’s since been on a campaign to trash the current president and his administration.

Now, following The New York Times’ publication of a leaked 29-page memo from POTUS Trump’s legal team sent to special counsel Robert Mueller in January outlining all the reasons why he cannot subpoena or indict a sitting president for “obstruction,” new details have emerged that may put Yates in hot water with the law.

According to the contents of the letter, Yates may have intentionally misled federal investigators regarding the investigation into Trump’s first national security advisor, retired Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn.

Attorney and Michelle Malkin Investigates contributor Nick Short pointe out the former Deputy Attorney General’s deceit (see tweet below).




On January 24, 2017, Flynn was interviewed in the White House by FBI. The agents who interviewed him believed that he was “confused” about some things but overall “truthful” and they decided there was nothing to charge him with.

But then on January 26, 2017, Yates met with White House Counsel Dan McGahn and told him Flynn lied, per the memo.

And:

Then, on January 27, 2017, Yates and McGahn met once more. Yates appears to have lied about the ongoing investigating against Team Trump, while at the same time throwing an innocent man, Flynn, to the Deep State wolves:

Later still, Flynn was informed that the FBI would not be charging him and that their investigation was closed:

Sometime afterward, however, the Obama cabal indicted Flynn anyway, and he was somehow forced into an admission though the FBI had initially concluded that he had not misled them in a criminal manner.

Perhaps it’s time for Sally Yates to find a good attorney?

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