President Trump‘s former Nationwide Safety Advisor — and a retired U.S. Military lieutenant common, no much less — confirmed up Sunday at a pro-Trump rally down in South Carolina … an occasion referred to as “Bikers for Trump” which was held on the HonkyTonk Saloon.
At one level, Mike obtained on stage and led the viewers in reciting the pledge … and he kinda made a giant present about it too, which made his bizarre silence look even worse.
Michael Flynn this afternoon was referred to as as much as lead the Pledge of Allegiance at Lin Wooden’s rally AND HE FORGOT THE WORDS!!! What sort of “Patriot” Normal doesn’t know the Pledge! pic.twitter.com/1jNQFxdsL8
Test it out … Flynn begins out sturdy with the memorable phrases, however as soon as he obtained previous the preliminary sentence — he appeared to have gotten his tongue-tied on the precise phrasing, and stopped speaking altogether. Fortunately, the group knew the remaining … and so they completed it out.
MF hopped again in at “beneath God, indivisible.” Unclear if he really forgot — or if he was doing that for dramatic impact … however in any case, the pro-Trumpers did not actually thoughts. They gave him a giant spherical of applause afterward, and it seemed like they appreciated the gesture.
Michael Flynn could not keep in mind the phrases to the Pledge of Allegiance!
In his protection, not lots of Putin’s inside circle do…
After all, Twitter was having a area day with the awkward second … with many cracking jokes at Flynn’s expense, saying plenty of guys from Putin‘s inside circle are inclined to have hassle with the pledge.
He was additionally accused of being a traitor — which harkens again to his early tenure within the Trump WH … when he was discovered to have been feeding intel to Russian operatives throughout the transition, one thing he lied about to Mike Pence (and the FBI) and in the end obtained convicted for amid Robert Mueller‘s Russia probe.
Trump granted him a full pardon, nonetheless … and all was forgiven, at the very least in Uncle Sam’s eyes. That does not appear to be the case with most people, although. Oof …