I am concerned for the security of our great Nation; not so much because of any threat from without, but because of the insidious forces working from within.  —General Douglas MacArthur

A body of men holding themselves accountable to nobody ought not to be trusted by anybody. —Thomas Paine

Robert Mueller and his gang of Clinton supporting attorneys should have long ago been fired.  There is a total crisis of confidence in the man because of his involvement in the Uranium One deal. Had he any integrity, he would have recused himself. Real Russian collusion rests in Hillary Clinton’s lap, but the prey isn’t Hillary, it’s our President, and that’s why Former FBI Director Mueller is targeting Trump’s friends.

Sebastian Gorka was told by a senior level FBI agent that he needed to understand that the seventh floor of the FBI, meaning the senior leadership, looks at the Trump White House as the enemy.

Former FBI agent, John Guandolo says the primary Islamic advisors who are inside the White House, State Department, CIA, FBI, DHS, national security staffs, and others are Muslim Brotherhood (MB) operatives or Muslims ideologically aligned with the Muslim Brotherhood.  Mueller even helped Obama purge Islamic documents from training manuals.

James Woolsey saw a lucrative lobbying position already under contract with Gen. Flynn’s company and tried to steal it out from under him at a price 20 times higher, telling the Turkish businessmen he could do a better job.  When he was passed over for a position in the Trump campaign, and the Turks turned him down, did he retaliate against Flynn?

The enemies of this administration are targeting those who have surrounded our President hoping they can find something to take Donald J. Trump down, and they don’t care who they destroy to get to him.

Lieutenant General Michael T. Flynn

LTG Flynn served honorably for 33 years in the U.S. Army, much of the time at the top levels of military intelligence.  The General is the victim of an elaborate “deep state” scam whose real objective is to destroy not merely Flynn but the Trump presidency, and that is why he’s in Mueller’s crosshairs.

Trump supporter and former National Security Advisor, Michael Flynn has more experience battling the Taliban, al Qaeda and other militant groups than anyone else in Trump’s inner circle.  He was the perfect choice for Chief of the National Security Agency.

Flynn takes a more aggressive approach against Islamist militants, which is probably what actually got him ousted.  Former FBI agent, John Guandolo, (Understandingthethreat.com) has exposed the infiltration by the Muslim Brotherhood of jihadist organizations in our DOJ. One need only read his book, Raising a Jihadi Generation, to understand how difficult the intelligence community would make it for Flynn.

The General rightly believes that the United States is losing a global war against Islamist extremism that may last for generations.  His book, The Field of Fight prescribes a harder political line on Iran, including information warfare to expose shortcomings in Iran’s revolution.

Like Trump, Flynn called the 2003 invasion of Iraq a strategic blunder and says that energy should have been directed instead toward political support for opponents of Iran’s theocratic rulers. Link

Flynn Resigns as National Security Advisor

The General’s tenure as National Security Adviser ended because of a conversation he had with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, but there was nothing illegal about that conversation and the tape proves it.

The more serious problem for Flynn could be his connections with the government of Turkey.  What people don’t understand is that he was trying to protect the American people and their children.

Former Press Secretary Sean Spicer stated Flynn had done nothing wrong in his lobbying work. “This is what he did for a living. He was being compensated,” Mr. Spicer said. “He was a private citizen at the time. There’s nothing nefarious about doing anything that’s legal as long as the proper paperwork is filed.”

Private U.S. citizens who lobby for a foreign government must disclose their work to the Justice Department.  Flynn had registered with the Justice Department as a foreign agent for $530,000 worth of lobbying work before Election Day.  In March 2017, after resigning as the NSA, he filed a Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) disclosing that through his firm, Flynn Intel Group, he had worked in 2016 on behalf of Inovo BV, a firm based in the Netherlands and owned by a Turkish businessman with links to the Turkish government.

Flynn’s firm was paid $530,000 by Inovo. The General’s FARA filing revealed that a September 19 meeting occurred and that Islamist Fethullah Gülen was discussed. But the filing claims that Flynn’s work was on behalf of Inovo, not the Turkish government, and that it concerned merely “the political climate in Turkey” and “doing business in Turkey,” related to the export of natural gas.

According to Flynn’s lawyer, he didn’t need to register because his client was a Turkish businessman and not a government official, but had opted to do so retroactively.

The Podesta Group did not file under FARA after years of lobbying for the European Center which supported Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine’s pro-Russian president.  Mueller’s recent indictment of Manafort rather than Tony Podesta is telling.  He is targeting friends of Trump, hoping to take our President down.

Gülen’s Charter Schools on Air Force Bases

Recep Tayip Erdogan accused Fethullah Gülen of masterminding the failed 2016 Turkish coup d’état attempt. He is currently on Turkey’s most-wanted-terrorist list and is accused of leading what the current Turkish officials call the Gülenist Terror Organization. Turkey is demanding the extradition of Gülen from the United States.

Michael T. Flynn apparently knew about Islamist Gülen’s hundreds of charter schools in America.  All of them have an innocuous name, names that would never be connected to Islam.  Gülen’s charter schools are on several US Air Force Bases.  Why is an Islamic school, Coral Academy of Science Las Vegas, on Nellis AFB where our fighter jets, munition squadrons and bombs are housed?

U.S. State Department cables, divulged by WikiLeaks, reveal that Foggy Bottom, which has closely monitored Gülen since 2003, describes the preacher as a “radical Islamist” whose moderate message cloaks a more sinister and radical agenda.  He is a true, dyed-in-the-wool Islamist who wishes to transform the United States and Turkey into Shariah states.

In light of Gülen’s modus operandi elsewhere, the Department of Homeland Security should be asking itself why such a non-transparent, religion-based organization would seek to establish itself on our military bases, teaching the children of our service men and women. [Link]  And what about Gülen’s other 200 charter schools throughout the country?  Do the parents even know what their children are exposed to?

Illustration by Greg Groesch of Washington Times

The Gülen organization uses charter schools and affiliated businesses in the U.S. to misappropriate and launder state and federal education tax dollars, which the organization then uses for its own benefit to develop political power in this country and globally.  Gülen’s assets are between $20 and $50 billion.

Gülen, H1-B Visas and the CIA

Worse yet, beside defrauding American taxpayers, the Gülen organization is one of the country’s largest recipients of H1-B “specialty occupation” visas, even more than Google, which it uses to import Turkish teachers into its charter schools, supposedly because local U.S. talent is not available to fill math and science teaching positions in its charter schools.  The Gülen organization illegally threatens to revoke these visas unless the Turkish teachers agree to kick back part of their salary to the organization.

Gülen is wrapped up with the CIA, and two CIA handlers, Graham Fuller, George Fidas, and others gave Gülen court references for permanent Visa residence considering his so-called “extraordinary abilities.” That same CIA wanted to rid the Trump administration of General Flynn, for obvious reasons.  Here is Graham Fuller’s article extolling the virtues of the Gülen movement and stating it is not a cult.

Even WikiLeaks has exposed Gülen and his involvement in the U.S. and Turkey.

Flynn Op-ed, Turkey in Crisis

In an election day op-ed, 8 November 2016 in The Hill, General Flynn wrote that Turkey was in crisis and needed our help.  The article is a brilliant overview, and note, we see mention of the Muslim Brotherhood again.

We must begin with understanding that Turkey is vital to U.S. interests. Turkey is really our strongest ally against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), as well as a source of stability in the region. It provides badly needed cooperation with U.S. military operations.

The primary bone of contention between the U.S. and Turkey is Fethullah Gülen, a shady Islamic mullah residing in Pennsylvania whom former President Clinton once called his “friend” in a well circulated video.

Gülen portrays himself as a moderate, but he is in fact a radical Islamist. He has publicly boasted about his “soldiers” waiting for his orders to do whatever he directs them to do. If he were in reality a moderate, he would not be in exile, nor would he excite the animus of Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his government.

For those of us who have closely studied the careers of Seyed Qutb and Hasan al Bana, the founders and followers of the Muslim Brotherhood, Gülen’s words and activities are very familiar.

Former CIA Director, James Woolsey

Woolsey is a Democrat, he’s a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and was Director of the CIA under Bill Clinton for two years. Mueller’s probe of General Flynn has garnered support from James Woolsey.

Woolsey joined as a senior adviser to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in September 2016, but resigned in January when Trump made statements critical of the United States Intelligence Community.  He is another DC swamp snake, one who most likely detests General Flynn.  Woolsey is an establishment globalist insider, and he still wields power in DC because of his past appointments.

Former FBI agent, John Guandolo, has made it clear that the White House, State Department, CIA, FBI, DHS, national security staffs, and others are infiltrated with Muslim Brotherhood operatives or Muslims ideologically aligned with the Brotherhood.  They are the first to complain if anyone in US intelligence should utter the truth of Islam or stealth jihad.

Mike Flynn is a man with a mission and with knowledge about Islamic enemies, which certainly would make Woolsey uncomfortable.

Woolsey Claims Flynn Offered Him CIA Job

In a WSJ article, Woolsey even claimed that NSA Flynn offered him his job back as CIA Director.  [Link]

Robert Kelner, Flynn’s attorney said, “Mr. Woolsey’s claim in The Wall Street Journal that he was offered the position of the CIA director if he would agree to report only to Gen. Flynn is entirely false.  Woolsey was passed over for any position in the Trump administration and that may be coloring this and other untrue allegations he has made against Gen. Flynn.”

Mueller Interviews Woolsey and Wife

Both Woolsey and his wife have been in communication with the FBI regarding the Sept. 19, 2016 meeting Woolsey was invited to attend by one of General Flynn’s business partners. Both have been interviewed by the FBI and members of the Office of the Special Counsel. According to NBC News, the FBI communicated with Woolsey both before and after Mueller’s team took over.  The interview with Woolsey was regarding allegations that Mike Flynn discussed a possibly “illegal” removal of Fethullah Gülen from the U.S.

In March 2017, Woolsey claimed that Flynn discussed with Turkish officials the possibility of removing Gülen from the U.S. The Turkish government believes the Muslim cleric is responsible for helping spur last summer’s attempted coup to overthrow President Erdogan.  Woolsey told the WSJ he arrived at the meeting in New York on Sept. 19, in the middle of the discussion, and believed the actions being discussed were possibly illegal  He claimed the topic was Pennsylvania resident, Fethullah Gülen.

Woolsey also claimed he heard Flynn say Gülen could be removed from the country without using the U.S. extradition legal process.  This bogus story is now gaining media legs, so much so that the General’s lawyer had to issue a statement.

Flynn’s spokesman, Price Floyd, told the WSJ that “at no time did Flynn discuss any illegal actions, nonjudicial physical removal or any other such activities.”

“The claim made by Woolsey that General Flynn, or anyone else in attendance, discussed physical removal of Gülen from the United States during a meeting with Turkish officials in New York is false,” Floyd said. “No such discussion occurred. Nor did Mr. Woolsey ever inform General Flynn that he had any concerns whatsoever regarding the meeting, either before he chose to attend, or afterwards.”

Woolsey actually notified Vice President Joe Biden, through a mutual friend, of what he thought could be an illegal discussion by Flynn.

In September 2016, Flynn was a private citizen and was an adviser to the Trump campaign.

Woolsey Attempt to Undermine Flynn

Reuters recently exposed the fact that while advising Trump in 2016, Woolsey had a plan to discredit Fethullah Gülen.  Three people familiar with the proposal said he pitched a $10 million contract to two Turkish businessmen to help discredit the mullah.

Only a week after joining the Trump campaign on national security issues, and one day after Flynn’s meeting, Woolsey met with Ekim Alptekin and Sezgin Baran Korkmaz for lunch.  He and his wife proposed a lobbying and public relations campaign targeting…yes…Fethullah Gülen.

Reuters stated they saw a memo where Woolsey and his wife Nancye Miller sketched a plan to draw attention to Gülen’s role in the coup against Turkey’s Erdogan so as to encourage an official investigation.

However, Alptekin, an ally of Erdogan, and Chairman of the US-Turkey Business Council, had already agreed through one of his companies to a $600,000 contract with the consulting firm of Michael Flynn to research Gülen.

Woolsey was a member of Flynn’s firm, the Flynn Intel Group, according to a Justice Department filing by the firm and an archive of the company’s website, although a spokesman for Woolsey disputed that characterization, saying he was an unpaid adviser and his affiliation was “loosely defined.”

During the luncheon meeting Woolsey and Miller tried to convince the two Turks that they were better than Flynn for the job.  Bidding for a lobbying or consulting contract with a foreign company or government is not illegal, but the Woolseys did not win the contract.

There you have it.  Two Trump advisers were competing with each other for a business deal with Alptekin, but Woolsey was trying to undercut Flynn.

Jonathan Franks, a spokesman for Woolsey and Miller, said they had pursued with Turkish interests an “economic development proposal in the wake of the coup that centered around reassuring folks that Turkey was a safe place to do business” but that the project’s focus was not on Gülen.

But Alptekin said Woolsey and Miller pursued his business at the Sept. 20 luncheon pitching the project to target Gülen, but he preferred to stick to his contract with Flynn’s firm.

Alptekin Denies Woolsey’s Story

Flynn’s contract to help the Turkish government caused an uproar, but only because it’s Mike Flynn.  Woolsey stated in media interviews that Flynn and others had discussed the idea of covertly spiriting Gülen out of the US to Turkey.

Flynn has denied such a plan, and so has Alptekin, who said it was never discussed.  Alptekin found Woolsey’s claim astounding because Woolsey sought Alptekin’s business the very next day. Alptekin told Reuters that Woolsey’s story is fiction.

Woolsey had pitched the project to Korkmaz at a meeting in California in August of 2016.  Woolsey’s wife outlined the proposal and sent it in an email to her husband who printed it out and gave it to Korkmaz who then forwarded it to Alptekin.

Korkmaz had known Woolsey for years and invited him to the meeting.  Korkmaz actually told Woolsey he was looking for someone who could handle a lobbying and public relations project related to Gülen.

The proposal by the Woolsey’s included getting then Senator Sessions to co-author articles on the situation in Turkey and engaging other top lawmakers like Senator Bob Corker as well as putting Woolsey on Fox News and CNN.  Cost was $10 million.


Here is another DC swamp set-up, and Mueller is not only going after General Flynn, but he’s also targeting Flynn’s son, Michael, all for alleged Trump/Russian collusion that even leftist Dianne Feinstein has said lacks any proof.

This witch hunt is costing the Flynns not only a great amount of stress over the entire fallacious investigation, but also legal fees are draining their resources.  Please help this wonderful veteran clear his name by donating to his legal defense fund.  Any amount you can send will help them.

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