Someone committed a crime in the Michael Flynn case. It wasn’t him.

from The Gray Area:

A good short summary of why the Flynn case and the truth matters.

by Marc Theissen,

from The Washington Post,

Let’s be clear: A crime was committed in the Michael Flynn case. But that crime was committed not by the retired general, but by someone who leaked the classified details of his conversations with then-Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak.

Instead of pursuing Flynn for a crime he did not commit, we should be focused on finding the individual who did commit a serious felony by leaking the classified details of Flynn’s conversations with Kislyak. And thanks to acting national intelligence director Richard Grenell, we finally have a list of suspects.

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