Michael Flynn’s Lies and President Trump’s Twitter Lies
President Trump lies so much that it’s virtually impossible for him to keep up with lies on top of lies, on top of lies.
Earlier today President Trump tweeted about Michael Flynn, his National Security Adviser that lasted less than one month on the job and had to resign/quit because he was too chummy with Russia and he lied about.
“They gave General Flynn a great deal because they were embarrassed by the way he was treated -the FBI said he didn’t lie and they overrode the FBI. They want to scare everybody into making up stories that are not true by catching them in the smallest of misstatements. Sad!……”
“Sad” is our presidency, but I’ll leave that for another day as we need to go back in time to understand how Trump’s tweet is full of lies.
Regardless of Trump’s obvious false statement as to why Flynn got a “great deal,” Trump goes on to say that Flynn didn’t lie. Why did Flynn leave the White House, again? Here’s a hint: for lying!
In December of 2017, President Trump clearly stated why he fired Flynn- FOR LYING TO THE FBI!
“I had to fire General Flynn because he lied to the Vice President and the FBI. He has pled guilty to those lies. It is a shame because his actions during the transition were lawful. There was nothing to hide!”
So, either the FBI told President Trump that Flynn lied and then said later he didn’t lie, or Flynn told the President he didn’t lie to the FBI and yet Trump fired him for lying to the FBI something he said he didn’t do, so did Flynn lie then or now, or ever? I don’t know, it’s too confusing, but you get the point.
What’s even better is that President Trump knew that Flynn had lied to Vice-President Mike Pence and Pence didn’t find out about it until two weeks later.
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