Fmr Obama DIA Head Flynn: There Are ‘Crickets’ On Bin Laden Documents Because They Contradict WH Narrative

Former Defense Intelligence Agency head Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn (Ret.) stated that “We should be learning a lot more” from documents captured during the Bin Laden raid, but there are “crickets” because ” there’s things in there that don’t — that did not meet the narrative, frankly, of this White House” during an interview on Friday’s broadcast of Fox News Radio’s “Kilmeade and Friends.”

Flynn said there are “crickets” regarding the information gained in the Bin Laden raid, “meaning everything went quiet.” He continued that “And so why aren’t we doing that? Why? Because there’s things in there that don’t — that did not meet the narrative, frankly, of this White House. Bin Laden was in charge. He was communicating. They were learning lessons. They were doing things in the Arab Peninsula to prepare themselves for the next — their sort of next stage of their campaign plan. They learned a lot of lessons from Zarqawi, who was just an absolute psychotic.”

Flynn further argued, “We should be learning a lot more from those Bin Laden documents, and those documents will tell things like, they have a campaign plan, long-term, that they see is working.”

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