Ex WH national security adviser and ardent supporter on QAnon, Michael Flynn, said that the far-right political conspiracy theory movement represents a disinformation campaign led by the CIA.
He pledged alliance to the right-wing conspiracy group last summer, which comes from internet message boards.
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However, in one unverified telephone call, Flynn, the ex-Trump adviser, disavowed the group as he spoke with pro-Trump election conspiracy theorist and lawyer Lin Wood. He said that Flynn was even heard classifying QAnon’s claims as nonsense.
Lin Wood recorded the call and shared it on his Telegram Channel this Saturday.
‘I think it’s a disinformation campaign. I think it’s a disinformation campaign that the CIA created. That’s what I believe. Now, I don’t know that for a fact, but that’s what I think it is,’ The man said to be Flynn could be heard saying on the recording.
This man says that the conspiracy movement was nonsense in the call, describing it as a ‘disinformation campaign created by the left.’
‘I think it’s a disinformation campaign. There’s actually a fascinating article today out that was sent to me — I’ll send it to you — about how the QAnon movement has failed and all that. But I find it total nonsense, and I think it’s a disinformation campaign created by the left,’ he said.
The FBI regarded this group as a national security threat. They think the government, businesses, and press are corrupted by the global cabal of elite, Satan-worshiping pedophiles led by the Dems, Deep State, which Trump opposed.
Flynn is a three-star US Army general who at one time ran the Defense Intelligence Agency, pledging allegiance to the conspiracy movement in a Twitter video from July 2020.
Michael Flynn gave a speech in Dallas, Texas, at a QAnon conference, and he said that the Myanmar-style military coup must happen in the US.
People who took part in the January 6 event were QAnon believers, and among them was Jacob Chansley, who was sentenced to more than three years in prison.
Wood, a right-wing attorney, has been on the offensive attacking Flynn and many ex-allies once he was disowned by his old client, Kyle Rittenhouse.
Wood and Rittenhouse argued over Wood’s attempts to lay claim to the $2million in crowdfunding case used to pay Rittenhouse’s bail.
Moreover, Wood accused Flynn and ex-Trump attorney Sidney Powell because he didn’t aid him in overturning Trump’s election result.
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