Gen. Flynn: November 3rd Would Have Turned Out Differently

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General Michael Flynn is speaking out in interviews. He spoke recently on the “Pete Santilli Show” and was openly discussing the 2020 General Election.

Flynn has an impressive past and was an intelligence officer. He also served as the Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency and as the Senior Military Intelligence Officer in the Department of Defense.

Trump had said that, although Flynn “didn’t do anything wrong,” he had lost confidence in the general.

Trump said, “He didn’t tell the vice president of the United States the facts. And then he didn’t remember. And that just wasn’t acceptable to me.”

Flynn underwent defending himself when he was indicted and sent to trial and eventually was granted a pardon by President Trump.

In retrospect, that may have been the wrong decision, considering that former Vice President Mike Pence turned on Trump in the end.

Flynn had valuable assets, by way of knowledge, to bring to the Trump administration.

On November 25, 2020 tweeted that he had granted Flynn the presidential pardon.

In the video Santilli asked Flynn, “You were one of his greatest weapons. If you had not been messed with and you were with President Trump would November 3rd resulted in something completely different than it did?”

Flynn replied, “I believe it would have. I believe it would have… One of the things that might have happened would I have remained in the White House. The decision for me to step away from the White House is a variety of things and I won’t give all the details of that… I will tell you the information was really, really, it just wasn’t there. It was relatively new.”

Santilli went on to ask, “Did you ever think in your life, in your military career that you’d ever see the corruption that we are seeing right now all the way up to the Supreme Court?”

Flynn answered, “Yeah, I think what it is – is people in our country – they had faith over the years, over the past few decades and certainly we believe what our Constitution is about, what our country is about, is to have faith in those who are serving in our government that they would do the right thing for the people, for this country…”

Flynn went on to say, “And I think the faith in the fabric of what those institutions are supposed to stand for, particularly the judiciary. At the end of the day they are supposed to stand for the rule of law and for the Constitution of the United States of America. And I would tell you… people are losing faith.”

You can watch the entire interview here:

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