The Iran rollercoaster over the past week has obscured two domestic developments out of the Department of Justice that might shake the conviction of the Q faithful.
Yesterday, The Washington Post published a story saying that the DOJ investigation into the Clinton Foundation headed up by Utah US Attorney John Huber was nearly complete and that it was unlikely that any charges would be brought, stating that, “Current and former officials said that Huber has largely finished and found nothing worth pursuing.” And Epstein didn’t kill himself.
On Tuesday, The Washington Post reported that Federal prosecutors recommended that former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn serve up to six months in prison, reversing their earlier recommendation of probation “because of his drawn-out attacks against the FBI and Justice Department.”
Former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, Paul Craig Roberts yesterday described the DOJ as a “criminal origanization,” saying, “In the United States the criminal justice (sic) system is itself not subject to law.”
Filmmaker and war correspondent Scott Kesterson was so floored by the latter development that he wrote a letter of solidarity to the retired General and he received permission to publish Flynn’s response:
Thank you for the note. Receiving it, especially today means more than you can imagine. I am very thankful for having you and the many other prayer warriors in my family’s life.
It is vital that we keep God in front of everything we do. I could never imagine myself ever being in the situation that I find myself, but it is a clear sign that evil does exist in our lives.
We are fighting a spiritual war that will only be won by prayers and the wisdom of the Lord has given us through his kindness and generosity of spirit and compassion. We must resolve that it is He who places us on the path of life and it is through Him that we will succeed in winning this war. We must.
God Bless America and God Bless our legions of Digital Soldiers! 🙏 🤞 🇺🇸
Michael T. Flynn
Lt. Gen., USA (RET)
Kesterson is asking those so inclined to mark Wednesday, January 29th (the date of Flynn’s sentencing) on our calendars and he’s calling for us to do something to support Michael Flynn, from forming prayer groups to physically going to Washington, DC. But especially, he is asking us to pray:
“On the 29th of January, we rain down one of the greatest prayer assaults in the history of man. It’s our choice. It’s our war. Prayers up, armor on. Where We Go One, We Go All. God Bless.”