Robert Mueller’s case to impeach Donald Trump hinges on one closed door meeting.
And now a smoking gun just emerged that revealed the truth.
And it just sealed Donald Trump’s fate.
Former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn is at the center of Mueller’s obstruction of justice case.
Flynn was interviewed last January by FBI agents after Deep State agent Sally Yates sicced the Bureau on him for his lawful conversations with the Russian Ambassador which had been picked up by surveillance.
Trump met with then FBI Director James Comey and asked him to take it easy on Flynn.
The Bureau did not recommend charges until months later when Mueller tried to pressure him into flipping on the President.
But a bombshell report reveals why Flynn wasn’t charged.
The FBI agents who interviewed him did not believe he lied.
The Daily Caller reports:
“The interview took place on Jan. 24, 2017. One of the agents who interviewed Flynn was Peter Strzok, the former FBI counterintelligence division official who is currently ensnared in scandal for sending anti-Trump text messages to an FBI lawyer.
Both Comey and McCabe told the House Intel panel that the agents did not detect deception from Flynn during the White House interview.
Comey said that they interviewers “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.”
McCabe confirmed the FBI agents’ perception of the Flynn interview.
“The two people who interviewed [Flynn] didn’t think he was lying.”
He noted that the lack of apparent deception “was not [a] great beginning of a false statement case,” according to the House Intel report.
McCabe also described the “conundrum that we faced on their return from the interview is that although [the agents] didn’t detect deception in the statements that he made in the interview … the statements were inconsistent with our understanding of the conversation that he had actually had with the ambassador.’”
If the FBI didn’t think Flynn did anything wrong then there was nothing for Trump to obstruct.
Critics of the Mueller probe also contend that this evidence is exculpatory and that Flynn should withdraw his guilty plea.
These developments are another nail in the coffin of Mueller’s crusade to convict Trump of obstruction of justice.
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