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MICHAEL FLYNN - AT "IT" AGAIN! - JAN. 20-2017

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It seems that Congress now has "whistleblower" who is incriminating both Michael Flynn + Donald Trump in The Russian scandal.  The whistleblower is a former associate of Michael Flynn who now says that Flynn "knew" Trump would try to drop sanctions against Russia the very "minute" he took office.  The sanctions were placed on Russia on December 29, 2016 by outgoing President --- Barack Obama --- in retaliation for the "interference" by Russia into the 2016 U.S. presidential election --- as confirmed by ALL 17 U.S. Intelligence Agencies.

House Oversight Committee Ranking Member --- Elijah Cummings posted a letter explaining in detail that he spoke with the "unnamed" whistleblower whereby he learned that Flynn began immediately making promises to his business partners about Russian sanctions the "minute" Trump took office.  Flynn could not have known Trump would immediately try to drop sanctions against Russia unless he had already discussed the matter with Trump.

The "whistleblower" recounted how on On Jan. 20, 2017 -- at the Trump Inaugural Ceremony -- he encountered a business partner of Michael Flynn -- Alex Copson of ACU Strategic Partners  -- which was working on a project --- with the Russians --- for building nuclear reactors in the Middle East!  

"I couldn't be better.  This is the best day of my life," Copson told the whistleblower as he described the message from Flynn - via text - from the dais @ Trump's Inagurual Address.  "This is the start of something I have been working on for years, and we are good to go."

Michael Flynn -- while sitting on the dais at the outside Inaugural Ceremopny -- barely 10-minutes into Trump's Inaugural Address -- had texted his business associate -- Alex Copson -- with this message.  That the nuclear reactor project was "good to go."

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