Gen. Flynn Persecutor Judge Emmett Sullivan Pivots to January 6 Defendants

Under the Biden Junta, federal judges become the Democrat equivalent of Soviet commissars.

One week after his arrest, January 6, defendant Robert Geiswein was indicted by a federal grand jury. As Julie Kelly writes at American Greatness, Geiswein “has been behind bars ever since, denied bail while Judge Emmet Sullivan delayed his trial on numerous occasions.” Embattled Americans might recall Sullivan from the trial of Gen. Michael Flynn, President Trump’s pick for national security advisor.

“We should always remember that our country, was built upon Judeo-Christian values and principles,” Flynn told the Republican convention in 2016. Hillary Clinton, Flynn said, “put our nation’s security at extremely high risk with her careless use of a private e-mail server.” On the other hand, “Donald Trump recognizes the threats we face and is not afraid to call them what they are.” That would be radical Islamic terrorists.

The “composite character” David Garrow described in Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama did not want Gen. Flynn to become national security advisor. Obama then targeted Flynn to facilitate action against Trump.

In the course of his duties, Flynn came into contact with foreign nationals under routine surveillance by U.S. intelligence. American citizens in such encounters are normally redacted, but Democrats duly “unmasked” the identity of Gen. Flynn and leaked the information to the establishment media, a “10-year felony,” according to former prosecutor Trey Gowdy.

Samantha Power, the composite character’s ambassador to the UN, made seven unmasking requests for Flynn. CIA boss John Brennan, a Gus Hall voter in 1976, made two requests to unmask Flynn, with intel director James Clapper putting in three. On January 12, 2017, vice president Joe Biden requested to unmask the Trump pick.

FBI  boss James Comey set a perjury trap for Flynn, which led to charges of lying to the FBI. The establishment media presumed Flynn guilty, a tool of Russia, a traitor and so forth. The case wound up in court under federal judge Emmet Sullivan, a 1991 appointee of George H.W. Bush to the District of Columbia Court of Appeals. In 1994, President Clinton appointed Sullivan United States District Judge for the District of Columbia.

As it emerged, the FBI agents weren’t sure whether their task was to get Flynn fired or get him to lie. When FBI misconduct finally came to light, the Department of Justice dropped the case against Gen. Flynn. Judge Sullivan opposed the dismissal and appointed former federal judge John Gleeson, a 1994 Bill Clinton pick, to argue that the DOJ decision to drop the case was improper. The former Clinton judge accused the Justice Department of a “corrupt, politically motivated dismissal” that constituted a “gross abuse of prosecutorial power.”

Gleeson threatened to have Flynn prosecuted for criminal contempt on the theory that, if he was now claiming innocence, he must have committed perjury when he pled guilty. Flynn’s attorney Sidney Powell appealed and a three-judge panel agreed with Flynn. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit rejected Gen. Michael Flynn’s petition for dismissal and voted 8-2 to send the case back to judge Sullivan.

Flynn’s attorneys then filed documents with the court showing that FBI agents knew the case was bogus. As one wrote, “if this thing ever gets FOIA’d, there are going to be some tough questions asked.” Flynn’s attorneys again requested a dismissal, which was not granted. Judge Sullivan was not disqualified and did not recuse himself. The Clinton judge duly pushed the case past the November election but before he could issue a ruling, President Trump granted Flynn a full pardon.

Emmet Sullivan is the ideal judge to pursue the Biden Junta’s bogus case against the January 6 defendants now being held without bail.  So is Obama judge Tanya Chutkan, who calls January 6 “an unprecedented attempt to prevent the lawful transfer of power,” which it wasn’t.

Chukan handled the case of Imran Awan, the Pakistani IT man who ransacked the computers of Democrats on the intelligence and foreign affairs committees. Debbie Wasserman Schultz charged that Awan was put under scrutiny because of his religious beliefs. Former Clinton aide Chris Gowen said Awan’s arrest for bank fraud was “clearly a right-wing media-driven prosecution by a United States Attorney’s Office that wants to prosecute people for working while Muslim.”

In August of 2018, Chutkan sentenced Awan to time served, his one day in detention and 11 months of GPS monitoring and three months’ supervision. Awan was never formally charged with unauthorized possession of government materials.  As the New York Times headlined on November 25, 2020, “Congress Pays $850,000 to Muslim Aides Targeted in Inquiry Stoked by Trump.” Embattled Americans should be clear about what is going on here.

In the composite character’s  “fundamental transformation” of America, federal judges play the role of zampolits, Soviet commissars who enforced Communist Party rule. Chutkan and Sullivan serve the Biden Junta by persecuting the January 6 defendants. As Julie Kelly has documented, they are presumed guilty, denied bail, and languish in jail. Look for more political prisoners in 2022 as the Biden Junta strives to abolish justice in what remains of America. 


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