Sen. Cotton to File Amicus Brief with DC Circuit Court of Appeals in Flynn Case

Sen. Cotton to File Amicus Brief with DC Circuit Court of Appeals in Flynn Case

Two weeks ago, we reported that the DC Appeals Court ordered Emmet Sullivan, the rogue judge who won’t let the DOJ drop the phony case against former national security advisor Michael Flynn, to explain his decision. Yesterday, as the June 1 deadline for this passed and after Sullivan asked for amicus briefs to back him up, Senator Tom Cotton decided to file one of his own with the appeals court.

 

Cotton’s press release reads:

Today Senator Tom Cotton (R-Arkansas) will file an Amicus Brief with the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals supporting General Michael Flynn’s Petition for a Writ of Mandamus. Senators Mike Braun (R-Indiana), Kevin Cramer (R-North Dakota), Ted Cruz (R-Texas), Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), Rick Scott (R-Florida), and Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) joined Senator Cotton’s brief. Senator Cotton released the following statement on the brief:

“Judge Sullivan is abusing his judicial power for political purposes. It’s time for General Flynn’s nightmare to end. I’m confident our court system will address this injustice swiftly.”

This is great news. Flynn deserves justice immediately.

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