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1) I'm a bit sad this morning, fellow #PardonFlynnNow supporters. It began last night listening to Trey Gowdy on Hannity talking about how it's very possible that those who lied to the FISA court might get hit with contempt of court. Not sedition or treason, not felonies. Hmm.
2) Hannity was clearly upset, me too. The reasoning was something about which statute applies and how hard it is to try cases against lawyers and government employees. How completely uncertain the outcome. Often, the easiest case to win is the one with the lowest penalty. Hmm.
Then today: "Andrew McCabe hasn’t been indicted for allegedly lying to federal investigators, according to an email from his attorney asking prosecutors to drop the probe, a sign that the government’s case against the FBI’s former No. 2 official may be in jeopardy."
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1) My friend @realTT2020 provides this image. He is SO good with technology, a brilliant meme artist, as well as an extraordinary video artist. Besides that, he's a great guy and super, super smart. If he has time, maybe he'll chime in with some comments and guidance...please?
@realTT2020 2) Although @realTT2020 is a huge @GenFlynn supporter, in his case, he's so successful with his Twitter analysis and so LOUD - note his Twitter handle - that I suspect it really is more his success, and his support for all things MAGA that brings Twitter's censorship eyes on him.
@realTT2020 @GenFlynn 3) If you don't follow @realTT2020 yet, I cannot too strongly recommend you do. Which brings me to another point. I would never have met or encountered him, if it weren't for our shared volunteering efforts, our shared support of the #PardonFlynnNow movement.
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1) If @GenFlynn were freed today, many have said with joy, how wonderful it would be to make him Director of National Intelligence, and I couldn't agree more. However, my understanding is that requires Senate confirmation, and that won't happen under current politics.
@GenFlynn 2) What I'd like to imagine is an appointment of some form that does NOT require Senate confirmation. I do not recommend firing John Bolton, so it has to be something other than his former slot as National Security Advisor.
@GenFlynn 3) What might that look like? I have a treat to offer you Gen Flynn supporters, on the chance you haven't seen it yet. Gen Flynn's interview with Mehdi Hassan is, I believe the best and most revealing ever done. It's awesome!

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1) This is the 7th formal analysis within the #PardonFlynnNow movement. It might better be termed the 1st Team Formation analysis. At any rate, our small, young movement requires some team building and this is that moment.
2) Before I dive in, a small progress report is due. We have commenced the creation of two support teams, one for memes and one for website development. I truly am super excited about that, and thanks to all our amazing volunteer team members, more than I can say.
3) By the way, if you're reading this, and interested in volunteering to join us - we're all 100% unpaid volunteers - please reach out to me, or to @TamaraLeigh_llc, and we'll put you to more work than you can handle, immediately.
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Good morning, #PardonFlynnNow friends and foes, as the word of our movement gets out, the logic behind our mission seems to grow more and more important. That stated, the rest of this small thread comes an analysis I posted 29 June, 2019
1) There's a tiny hole in our constitution. There's a gigantic, gaping hole - a hellacious miscarriage of justice - in the practice of federal pardon by the Justice Department. The policy is 100% wrong in one key manner. On @GenFlynn's behalf, we'll parse this today.
@GenFlynn 2) In the constitution, there is just the slightest of passing references to this great power. It is in Article 2, Section 2, Clause 1: "and he shall have Power to grant Reprieves and Pardons for Offences against the United States, except in Cases of Impeachment."
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