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Trump Confirms His Guilt in politics
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Nothing says Flynn has to accept the pardon
Trump Confirms His Guilt in politics
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Flynn Pled Guilty, because he knew he was guilty.

Flynn Jr., who served as his father's chief of staff and top aide, was actively involved in his father's consulting and lobbying work at their firm, Flynn Intel Group. That included joining his father on overseas trips, such as Moscow in December 2015. During that trip, Flynn dined with Russian President Vladimir Putin at a black-tie gala for the RT television network, which US intelligence views as a Russian propaganda outlet.

The GOP seems to have a lot of ties to Russia.
Trump Confirms His Guilt in politics
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In December 2017, Flynn formalized a deal with Special Counsel Robert Mueller to plead guilty to a felony count of "willfully and knowingly" making false statements to the FBI, and agreed to cooperate with the Special Counsel's investigation.

And now, with the Biden Administration, we will get to see the UN-REDACTED Mueller report, and find out exactly what they were hiding from the American people.

Mueller also stated that Trump can be charged with crimes, including Obstruction of Justice, once he leaves office and is no longer covered by presidential immunity.
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In 1915, the Supreme Court wrote in Burdick v. United States that a pardon “carries an imputation of guilt; acceptance a confession of it.” Over the years, many have come to see a necessary relationship between a pardon and guilt. Ford carried the Burdick quote in his wallet, defending the Nixon pardon by noting that it established Nixon’s guilt. More recently, MSNBC host Ari Melber taunted Arpaio by saying he had admitted he was guilty when he accepted Trump’s pardon.
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Pardons are only for guilty people; accepting one is an admission of guilt.

In 1915, the Supreme Court wrote in Burdick v. United States that a pardon “carries an imputation of guilt; acceptance, a confession of it.”

There's a difference between a Pardon, Commutation of Sentence and Expungement.

Trump didn't choose Commutation or Expungement. He chose Pardon.

Flynn was pardoned.
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