Some Twitter Users Are Showing Support for Michael Flynn by Changing Their Handles
News | 08.12.2018
Twitter users are showing their support for former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn by adding three star emoji to their handles.
On Tuesday, Mueller filed a sentencing memo suggesting no jail time for Flynn, a retired U.S. Army lieutenant general, citing “substantial” cooperation with the special counsel’s investigation. Flynn is expected to be sentenced in two weeks, a year after pleading guilty to lying to the FBI about conversations he had with the Russian ambassador.
Recently, some of his supporters on Twitter are calling Flynn a “hero” who should be cleared. Along with using the #ClearFlynnNow hashtag, users are adding three stars for the three-star general.
Put three stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️ in your name to show support for three-star General Michael Flynn! #ClearFlynnNow
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) December 4, 2018
One user said the three stars in their Twitter name “means we support him and won’t stop until he is cleared. It is the next step of… #ClearFlynnNow.”
You'll be seeing thousands and thousands of people using this symbol in their Twitter name: ⭐️⭐️⭐️. It stands for three stars, which is what @GenFlynn is, a 3-star General. It means we support him and won't stop until he is cleared. It is the next step of…#ClearFlynnNow
— Pasquale "Pat" Scopelliti⭐️⭐️⭐️ (@ThyConsigliori) December 4, 2018
One user called Flynn the “most highly mistreated hero America has ever witnessed… No matter then sentence, I pray and feel confident @potus will pardon”
Three stars for .@GenFlynn, may the most highly mistreated hero America has ever witnessed. No matter then sentence, I pray and feel confident .@potus will pardon! #3Stars4GenFlynn #Witchhunt #MuellerInvestigation #Sham #hoax pic.twitter.com/3sEBatC5xV
— Super Elite Space Force Pilot Cosmonaut 🌟🌟🌟 (@joyreaper) October 15, 2018
Flynn served as Trump’s national security adviser for just 24 days before being forced to resign for lying to Vice President Mike Pence about lifting Obama-era sanctions against Russia.