Sign the Petition urging President Trump to Pardon Lt Gen Michael Flynn

I am personally asking you to consider signing the official petition to urge President Trump to pardon Lt Gen Michael T. Flynn. I’ve followed Gen Flynn and the Flynn case for the last couple years and I feel he needs our assistance. This petition is from U.S. Congressman Mark Meadows, who states: “There is a growing body of evidence that the FBI made edits and changes to 302’s, or summaries of witness interviews, in both the Clinton case and the early Russia investigation. This is incredibly troubling and needs to be examined.”

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Gen Flynn served our country with the upmost integrity.

Statement from President Trump – Afghanistan War.

President Trump has released the following statement regarding the Afghanistan War. “Nearly 19 years ago, American service members went to Afghanistan to root out the terrorists responsible for the 9/11 attacks. In that time, we have made great progress in Afghanistan, but at great cost to our brave service members, to the American taxpayers, and to the people of Afghanistan. When I ran for office, I promised the American people I would begin to bring our troops home, and seek to end this war. We are making substantial progress on that promise.

2019 White House Christmas Tree to be delivered Monday, November 25th.

First Lady Melania Trump and President Donald Trump will be receiving the White House Christmas tree Monday morning. Pennsylvania resident Larry Snyder of Mahantongo Valley Farms will be presenting the 2019 White House Christmas Tree. Mr. Snyder won this year’s National Christmas Tree Association’s contest. The winner has the honor of presenting their tree to The First Family. A horse-drawn carriage will deliver the tree to the North Portico of the White House.

President Trump Presented the Congressional Medal Of Honor to MSgt Matthew Williams, US Army, October 30, 2019.

President Trump, congressional leaders & military leaders (including 5 previous MOH recipients) gathered in the East Room of the White House to present the nations highest military award to Master Sargent Matthew Williams, US Army, Green Beret. https://youtu.be/toldy_f5kUY
President Trump Presents the Medal of Honor to MSgt Matt Williams, US Army

MSgt Williams was presented the Congressional Medal of Honor (MOH) for outstanding acts of gallantry and heroism, while serving in Afghanistan on April 6th, 2008. He went above the call of duty to save many lives, while putting himself in harms way. MSgt Williams grew up in the small town of Boerne, Texas. During the ceremony President Trump read the citation of award to those in attendance before presenting MSgt Williams the MOH.

President Trump will be awarding the Congressional Medal of Honor to Master Sergeant Matthew O. Williams, US Army on October 30th, 2019


The Army YouTube video above is a brief overview of MSgt Williams’ courageous actions. 

President Donald J. Trump will be awarding the Congressional Medal of Honor to Master Sergeant Matthew O. Williams’, United States Army, for conspicuous gallantry displayed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. The presentation of his award will be on October 27, 2019, at the White House . The White House’s press release information with MSgt Williams’ personal background is provided :

Office of the Press Secretary, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, October 10, 2019President Donald J. Trump to Award the Medal of Honor On October 30, 2019, President Donald J. Trump will award the Medal of Honor to Master Sergeant Matthew O. Williams, United States Army, for conspicuous gallantry while serving as a Weapons Sergeant in Support of Operation Enduring Freedom.  On April 6, 2008, while serving as a member of a Special Forces Operational Detachment Alpha 3336, Special Operations Task Force-33, assault element, then-Sergeant Williams exposed himself to insurgent fire multiple times while rescuing other members of the assault element and evacuating numerous casualties. In the face of rocket-propelled grenade, sniper, and machine gun fire, Sergeant Williams led an Afghan Commando element across a fast-moving, ice cold, and waist-deep river to fight its way up a terraced mountain to the besieged lead element of the assault force. Sergeant Williams then set up a base of fire that the enemy was not able to overcome.