Evidently, Judge Sullivan was not impressed or intimidated by the DOJ reversal of the Flynn case. Alternating two pleas of guilty and then one of innocence along with the absence of signatures by anyone connected with the case are apparently non-starters for this court.
“Flynn either lied to the FBI when he denied talking to [then-Russian Ambassador Sergey] Kislyak about sanctions, or he lied to the judge when he admitted he did.” And if Flynn did lie to the court, isn’t there an independent basis for judicial punishment? If he didn’t lie to the court but did lie to the FBI, what is the basis for dismissing the action?”
Despite the gaslighting by the regime, recall that Flynn was to be privy to the highest state secrets and advising the president while not even disclosing that he was a highly paid lobbyist for a foreign government. A government that would consider, if not in fact was, buying military hardware from Russia as well as us. This, in addition to lying about contacts with Russian intelligence during the Obama administration. Lying not just to the FBI but also to the incoming administration.