There’s One Reason We Know Prosecutors Have Enough Evidence Against Flynn and it’s Bad For Trump

by separatepowers – NBC News reports that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team now has sufficient evidence to bring charges against both Michael Flynn, President Trump’s former national security advisor, and Flynn’s son.  This follows on the indictments of Paul Manafort, Trump’s one-time campaign manager, Rick Gates, a Trump campaign associate, and the deal reached with George Papadopoulos, a Trump foreign policy advisor. It’s not surprising that Flynn is under the crosshairs of Mueller’s team.  Flynn has always been a visible link between Trump and Russia, and Flynn’s aversion to telling the truth is why he no longer holds the position of national security advisor.  What is surprising is how we know that investigators have sufficient evidence to prosecute Flynn. According to NBC News, its information comes from not one, not two, but threedifferent sources “familiar with the investigation.”  Keep in mind that the number of people “familiar with the investigation” is quite limited.  Congress and Mueller’s...

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