This episode features an address by Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn (Ret.), recently pardoned by President Donald Trump.
Gen. Flynn served briefly as Mr. Trump's National Security Adviser in 2017. He resigned in the wake of allegations that he had held unlawful policy-related discussions with the Russian ambassador to the U.S. during the presidential transition in late 2016.
In this address, at a Dec. 12, 2020, rally in Washington, D.C., Gen. Flynn said the U.S. faces "a historic constitutional crisis" in the wake of voting irregularities in the 2020 general election. "Our rule of law is at risk," he said.
During his military career, Gen. Flynn earned the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Bronze Star Medal, and Legion of Merit. He holds an MBA in Telecommunications, as well as graduate degrees in Military Art and Science (U.S. Army Command and General Staff College), and National Security and Strategic Studies (Naval War College).
The D.C. rally was sponsored by the group Jericho March. According to the group's website, the mission of Jericho March is "to call upon people of faith to prayer, fasting, and peaceful protest in the service of God, and in defense of life, liberty, and justice."
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