Sean Hannity says Michael Flynn's guilty plea doesn't mean he's guilty

Sean Hannity says Michael Flynn's guilty plea doesn't mean he's guilty

Hannity: "That was the plea deal. Doesn't mean he believes he's lying, means it was the plea deal that he took, probably because he just couldn't afford any more lawyers"

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From the December 14 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show

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SEAN HANNITY (HOST): Remember, Obama recommended to Donald Trump that he not take on General Flynn. So they targeted him. That might explain the illegal surveillance without minimization, unmasking, and leaking of raw intelligence that put the General in this position in the first place

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Then it goes on in this Mueller response today: "That finally, the interviewing agents did not observe any indication of deception and had the impression at the time that the defendant was not lying or didn't think he was lying, see Strozk 302. At 4, members of the presidential transition team were likewise misled by the defendant's false denials. Those misimpressions do not change the fact that the defendant has admitted in sworn testimony to this district court--"

Well, because that was the plea deal. Doesn't mean he believes he's lying, means it was the plea deal that he took, probably because he just couldn't afford any more lawyers.

Previously

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