Flynn: The Fed should have investigated Swalwell instead of him and Trump


Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn told Fox News “Sunday Morning Futures” that intelligence officials should not have spent time and resources on it and investigating President Trump’s campaign – instead they should have looked at Eric Swalwell, a representative of the state of California.

Swalwell was recently named in a recent report by Axios about a woman named Christine Fang, or Fang Fang, who is a Chinese citizen and a suspected spy who has been linked to several political figures, including the House Democrat.

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“While the response structure, system, and leadership focused on Mike Flynn and President Donald J. Trump,” Flynn said, “they should have focused on Swalwell. And I’ll reveal that if there’s a smoking bush with Swalwell, I’ll guarantee there are others. . “

Swalwell claimed that he did not disclose any classified information to Fang, with whom he was allegedly associated in 2012 during his time as city councilor. Axios said Fang placed an intern in Swalwell’s office and helped raise funds for his 2014 congressional campaign. .

Speculation about the nature of Swalwell’s and Fang’s relationship has turned around since Axios released its report that Fang had sex with at least two Midwestern mayors.

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Swalwell and his office have so far refused to answer questions about whether the congressman ever had a sexual or romantic relationship with Fang.

Flynn, meanwhile, enjoys being released from his years-long criminal case. He initially pleaded guilty to making false allegations about the FBI’s communications with the Russian ambassador.

“Flynn’s relationship with the Russian ambassador is part of a larger sample of Russian participation and support for Trump and his team before and after the 2016 election,” Swalwell said in a 2017 statement after Flynn resigned as national security adviser. A lengthy investigation into the Trump campaign did not make any allegations about the campaign relationship with Russia.

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Flynn’s sentence was delayed because he cooperated with prosecutors but later claimed innocence, accusing the FBI of using questionable tactics in their investigation.

Flynn’s attorneys at the FBI noted that they allegedly supported these allegations, and the Department of Justice has initiated a dismissal of the case. Judge Emmet Sullivan refused to do this automatically, but eventually did so after Trump gave Flynn full mercy.