Gen. Mike Flynn Launches Nationwide Tour to Showcase ‘Flynn’ Documentary


On Friday, the former director of the Defense Intelligence Agency who was forced out of his position as Donald Trump’s National Security Advisor by Vice President Mike Pence and acting Attorney General Sally Yates launched his nationwide screening tour for the documentary about the recovery he made after his ouster and subsequent federal prosecution.

Boone Cutler is a media personality and Iraq war veteran who is joining the tour. He moderated the discussion between the general and the audience.

“A lot of people come up to me and tell me things, and I can tell they feel alone,” he said. “They ask: ‘What do I do?’ and I’m like: ‘I want you to know that I’m here, and I don’t want you to feel like you’re alone. There’s so many people out there that feel just like us, and they’re ready.’”

The general, along with members of the documentary crew, will be traveling to over 30 cities to promote the film.

The film, directed by Scott Wiper featured interviews with Tucker Carlson and Devin Nunes.

Flynn stated that he was inspired by the strength of members of his own family and other people who fought through their traumas.

The former Defense Intelligence Agency commander said, “I tell everyone that on the battlefield the person who is least likely to succeed becomes the hero.”

He said, “Some of you have never imagined. We have so many heroes out there.” “We have many heroes doing ordinary things and you will never hear about them.”

Flynn’s Ouster

The Flynn story has been broken down into many chapters over the years. One of the greatest benefits of this documentary is that all of these different storylines are collected in one place.

Highlight was the explanation of what led to Flynn being fired.

On December 29, 2016, President Barack Obama issued sanctions against Russia, three weeks before the end of his term. The Russian government didn’t budge even though Obama expelled 35 people and closed two Russian diplomatic offices.

During Flynn’s Dominican Republic vacation, Flynn made several calls to Sergey Kislyak. Kislyak was the Russian ambassador to the U.S.

The FBI transcripts showed Flynn did not discuss the sanctions. However, the FBI’s Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and Acting Attorney Sally Yates told Reince Priebus, Chief of Staff at the White House, that the transcripts showed otherwise.

Mike Pence, the Vice President of the United States, said on “Face the Nation,” that Flynn had not discussed sanctions with Kislyak based on the information Flynn gave him.

Yates told the White House Pence’s false statements put the country at risk and exposed Flynn for extortion. Pence responded by pushing Trump to fire Flynn.

The FBI did not produce the transcript until many years after the fact.

Roger Stone: Flynn needs to correct the record

Roger Stone, who was at the kickoff tour, expressed his delight that Flynn’s film told his side of the tale.

Here’s what we think about the left. Stone said that no matter how discredited or discredited any fake narratives were, they would always try to recycle them.

He said: “If Mike Flynn doesn’t memorialize that he is not a Russian traitor but an American patriot, six months from now we will still be trying to peddle the same garbage.”

He said: “The first time I saw General Flynn I told him that the most important thing he could do was to memorialize all of what happened in your perspective through a book or a documentary.”

Stone stated, “The left will always try to rewrite the history and they have done so.” “Go online. You’ll read it: Flynn is a traitor. No, Flynn does not belong in that category. Flynn’s a hero.”

Adam Lovinger

Lovinger was an interesting pick because, as Flynn’s deputy assistant for regional affairs, he had been a member of his staff for many years.

Lovinger, a Flynn ally who was determined to clean up ONA’s lucrative contracts awarded to retired Defense Department officials — much like Flynn wanted to clean up the corruption within the intelligence community.

Flynn was replaced by Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster sent Lovinger to the Pentagon where his problems had only just begun. The strategist was eventually pushed out of the Defense Department, and his clearance was revoked.

The Pentagon’s leadership was motivated to pursue the Georgetown-trained lawyer because he revealed the schemes of FBI asset Stefan Halper and Cambridge don Stefan Halper. Halper has been a frequent recipient of the ONA contract.

Lovinger provides his eyewitness account and insight into Halper and Deep State in the film.

He said that “Stefan Halper, with the leadership of Office of Net Assessment from 2010 to 2016, created the institutional infrastructure of what was known as Russiagate.”

Would Flynn work for Trump Again?

Cutler asked Flynn during the discussion that followed the screening if he was interested in working for Trump’s second administration.

The audience erupted in cheers and applause.

The general appeared to think about the question for a moment before responding: “Let me ask Lori, my wife.”

Flynn continued to reflect and mentioned that he was vetted as a vice president before Trump chose Pence.

He said: “I know how it feels because I have been through the process. I’ve also spoken to Trump about it.”

He said, “I have lived at least five or six lives in the past five or six years.”

What else could make me stronger? Why do you do what it is that you do? “Why do you wake up every morning?” he asked.

It sounded like yes.