What Michael Flynn Is Up To Now Will Have Liberal Heads Exploding

Just because General Michael Flynn was fired by President Trump and has been a target of Special Counsel Robert Mueller, it does not mean he is dead to politics. No, indeed. The former National Security Advisor for President Donald Trump has thrown in with a Republican candidate from Montana. Republican Senate candidate, Troy Downing, an Air Force veteran has announced that Michael Flynn will be joining him very soon. This seals the deal that Troy Downing will be a supporter of President Donald Trump. It looks like General Flynn will recover nicely from the Mueller investigation and help support President Trump.

As Written and Reported By Katie Leach for the Washington Examiner:

President Trump’s former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, is set to campaign for a Montana Republican, making this his second campaign appearance for a GOP candidate in the months after he pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI as part of the special counsel’s Russian investigation.

“It is time to stand up for our #American Heroes,” Air Force veteran and Republican Senate candidate, Troy Downing tweeted. “I am excited to announce that American Patriot @GenFlynn will be joining me in #Montana very soon. Details to come!”

If elected Senator, Downing has repeatedly promised to support Trump’s agenda. Using Flynn as a campaign surrogate could be seen as a pledge to that.

This follows Flynn’s appearance at a March campaign event for Omar Navarro, a Republican competing to unseat Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., in the 2018 midterm election…….

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Michael Flynn to campaign for GOP Senate candidate

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