In an “unverified” phone call with attorney Lin Wood, former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn described the QAnon movement as “a disinformation campaign that the CIA created,” according to James Gordon at the Daily Mail.
Michael Flynn Reportedly Calls QAnon A ‘CIA Disinformation Campaign’ https://t.co/0pJmDlspBW
— Tyler Durden (@anonymous_ib) December 1, 2021
“I don’t know that for a fact,” said the man alleged to be General Flynn, “but I think that’s what it is.”
“I find it total nonsense and I think it’s a disinformation campaign created by the left,” the man continued, “and the types of people that can create something like that are the kinds of people that we train with certain skills in the CIA. I wouldn’t be surprised if that’s what it was.”
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— Jan Bobrowicz (@janbobrowicz) November 28, 2021
According to Rolling Stone, Wood also “posted screenshots of texts that appear to be from Flynn where he says he has ‘always believe’ (sic) that QAnon was a ‘disinformation campaign to make people look like a bunch of kooks.'”
Flynn’s purported comments are especially interesting in light of his alleged support for QAnon in the past, but there can be no question that the deep state loves to incessantly hype “its favorite boogeyman” and that the media is desperate to tie ordinary Americans to “Q.”
Flynn’s wife and brother are currently suing CNN for defamation, alleging, according to The Hill, that “a Feb. 4 CNN report falsely accused them of being followers and supporters of QAnon.” A Magistrate Judge has recommended that the case be dismissed.
The Daily Beast “reported” that a “big MAGA civil war” is brewing “between Trump-loving attorney Lin Wood and former national security adviser Michael Flynn” as Wood attempts to save face in the aftermath of Kyle Rittenhouse‘s criticism of the lawyer in interviews with Tucker Carlson and Ashleigh Banfield.
Among other things, Rittenhouse accused Wood and fellow lawyer John Pierce of “disrespecting” his wishes and keeping him in jail for “87 days” so they could make more money.
Kyle Rittenhouse tells Tucker Carlson that Lin Wood and John Pierce could have bailed him out of jail in September but kept him in there until November to “raise money so they can take it for their own benefit. Not trying to set me free.” pic.twitter.com/wejY86igiY
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) November 23, 2021