After the news broke today that the Department of Justice was dropping charges against Michael Flynn, Wall Street Journal columnist Kim Strassel tweeted:
8) Instead of continuing to cover/apologize for FBI misconduct, they might instead try to relocate the principles they threw out the door in 2016. Flynn should never have been prosecuted.— Kimberley Strassel (@KimStrassel) May 7, 2020
The Wall Street Journal editorial board wrote:
The Justice Department dropped its case against Michael Flynn on Thursday, “with prejudice,” in a legal filing that should echo far beyond this tragedy of justice delayed. The latest evidence further undermines the credibility of James Comey’s FBI, special counsel Robert Mueller, and the entire “Russia collusion” investigation.
Ms. Strassel has been one of the consistent voices criticizing the politicization of the FBI, the left's Russian collusion narrative, and the politically motivated prosecution of Gen. Flynn. She will join the RNLA for a members-only webinar next Friday, May 15, at 1:30 PM Eastern time to discuss the Flynn prosecution and her latest book, Resistance (At All Costs): How Trump Haters Are Breaking America. RNLA members can register for the webinar here.