Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, former United States National Security Advisor, spoke about the 2020 election results in his first interview since Tuesday’s election.
Flynn cautioned listeners in the exclusive interview with Newsmax to stay patient regarding the election results.
“Everyone around the country needs to take a deep breath,” he said.
Flynn emphasized that the election is still too close to call.
‘The election remains too close to call, and Americans – even Democrats – should want to get to the bottom of election malpractices,” Flynn said.
According to the media, Joe Biden has won the election, but there is still much evidence to be proven that the election was won under false pretenses.
“Pressure by the media to call this election is totally irresponsible,” said Flynn.
“The easier path for the current administration would be to just give in. We cannot give in based on what we have seen already, and the evidence that already has been brought to light, particularly this mess up in Michigan and with this Dominion software that’s just outrageous.”
Flynn is referring to the ballot-counting machines run by Dominion Voting Systems software, which is under scrutiny for accusations that the system mistakenly counted thousands of votes for President Trump as votes for Biden in potentially as many as 30 states.
“This is bigger than the presidency, this is bigger than Donald Trump. This is bigger than Vice President Biden. This is much bigger. This is the presidency of the United States of America. It’s the Constitution of the United States of America. It’s a process we’ve had for almost 250 years.”
Flynn then urged the American people to step up and help.
“Step up America and step up in a big way especially if you have an ability to help at your the local level or at your state level or certainly the national level.” Flynn added, “The problem will only be fixed by an awake America.”
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CNN’s Don Lemon cursed out those “moderates” such as Senators Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) “who are blocking people’s access to the voting booth, they want to use Dr. King conveniently. They’re the biggest hypocrites on the planet.”
“If Sinema and Manchin really want to honor the legacy of Dr. King and all the people who fought for civil rights and voting rights in this country, what they would do is to carve out for voting rights with the filibuster” he continued.
“But for some reason they are stuck with these rules that are backwards…The filibuster has been used to block civil rights legislation forever and so we need to stop that. We evolved. Just because there is a rule doesn’t mean that that rule can’t change. The Constitution is amended. So it’s time to amend the rules. And fight and, and protect the most sacred right that we have as Americans, and that is the right to vote.”
Lemon then quotes Dr. Martin Luther King about a “white moderate, who is more devoted to ‘order’ than to justice….who lives by a mythical concept of time and who constantly advises the Negro to wait for a ‘more convenient season.”
That sounds like the moderates, says Lemon, referring to Senators Manchin and Sinema. “And you’re supposed to be a Democrat who espouses to the ideals of Dr. King. That’s bull***t that’s B.S.”
"That’s bull … That’s BS. And you should be ashamed of yourself. You are a hypocrite." @donlemon unloads on lawmakers who want to honor Martin Luther King, Jr. while standing in the way of voting rights reform by opposing the filibuster. pic.twitter.com/UKX0tQGI2E
— New Day (@NewDay) January 18, 2022
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