Michael Thomas Flynn is a retired United States Army Lieutenant General. Born in 1958, in Middletown, Rhode Island, General Flynn is a remarkable man and was the first National Security Advisor during the presidency of Donald J. Trump. He has a notorious career that involved several degrees in matters that include National Security and Military Intelligence. General Flynn retired from the United States Army in 2014 after 33 years of service that are proudly displayed in his many awards, recognition's, and decorations.
Michael Flynn led a particularly interesting involvement with the presidency of Donald Trump. He started as one of his advisors in 2016 during the U.S. presidential election campaign, and he was even considered for a time as Donald Trump's running mate. After Donald Trump’s victory, Michael Flynn retired gloriously from the US Army, and accepted the position as National Security Advisor. Unfortunately he resigned shortly thereafter and plead guilty to a felony count of "willfully and knowingly" making false statements to the FBI, and agreed to cooperate with the Special Counsel's investigation. In January 2020. Flynn moved to withdraw his guilty plea, claiming government vindictiveness and breach of the plea agreement. The United States Department of Justice announced that it intended to drop all charges against Flynn on May 7, 2020. However Federal district judge Emmet G. Sullivan ruled the matter to be placed on hold. To this day case is still in litigation and the charges have not been dropped.
General Flynn has been subjected to ongoing legal litigation for many years incurring huge personal expenses and costs. We should honor his commitment to the country’s security. You can show your support through donations to his name.