Deep State Drama Erupts as Michael Flynn Case Gets ‘Un-Dismissed’

General Michael Flynn, former national security adviser to the Trump White House, was supposed to be a free man.

Flynn had beaten the system.  The highly decorated military man was in the midst of his trial working overtime to prove his innocence. This includes promoting a number of “Qanon” focused Twitter personalities who were celebrating his big litigious win long before the dust had even settles.

Now it appears as though the Deep State isn’t done with Flynn just yet.

A federal appeals court on Thursday tossed out its order that a trial court judge dismiss the criminal case against former Trump national security advisor Michael Flynn, and said it will rehear arguments on the issue.

The ruling is a blow to the retired Army lieutenant general and the Justice Department, which has asked the trial judge to drop the charge.

Flynn pleaded guilty in late 2017 to lying to FBI agents about his conversations with a Russian diplomat in the weeks before the inauguration of President Donald Trump.

But for more than a year, he has sought to undo the plea, and recently found support from top Justice Department officials.

Flynn was one of the first victims of the RussiaGate ruse, and had only been charged with process crimes on account of it.