Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn

Unequal Fates: A Real Obama Era Whistleblower vs. the Trump ‘Whistleblower’

Julie Kelly, American Greatness

As the Trump impeachment drama continues to slowly unfold on Capitol Hill, the “whistleblower” in that case enjoys hero-martyr status on the Left and in the news media. Flynn has enjoyed no such treatment. He awaits sentencing from a federal judge, more than two years after his plea agreement and despite proven corruption in the FBI’s case against the Trump campaign. Further, it turns out Flynn was right. His first-hand account, unlike the hearsay accusations made by the Ukrainegate “whistleblower,” shows legitimate threats to national security, political decisions by U.S. leaders that involve another country, and the self-serving interests of a presidential administration at the expense of the public good.

Democrat Gen. Flynn OK With Abortion, Same-Sex Marriage

Nick Gass, Politico

Registered Democrat retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn's priorities are way out of step with the cultural conservative base of the Republican Party. The former intelligence official, who is reportedly being vetted as Donald Trump's running mate, said Sunday regarding non-military issues, such as abortion and same-sex marriage, he is not particularly concerned about either.

Obama’s Former Intelligence Director: President’s Strategy Not Working

Ginni Thomas, The Daily Caller News Foundation

According to Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn, President Obama — who called ISIS a “JV team” — is downplaying the Islamic threat and overstating our readiness because of an allegiance to his ideology. The energetic general dismisses the tone-deaf Democrat or media elite’s focus on gun control or Islamaphobia after the Paris and San Bernardino terrorist attacks. Flynn says, “It is about religion, and not about gun control.”

Retired general blasts Obama on national security strategy

Jesse Byrnes, The Hill

On Friday, the administration released its updated National Security Strategy, a 29-page document outlining the major threats to U.S. security. "We're facing a growing, expanding threat around the world," Flynn said, noting that terrorist threats have doubled in the Middle East and Africa.