General Michael Flynn Tells Tucker Carlson: 'Assaults on Our Freedoms Won't End Soon'
'This is all at risk in our country today'
General Michael Flynn told Tucker Carlson on Friday night following the news of Steve Bannon's indictment by Attorney General Merrick Garland.
Flynn, who has been a target of the Democrat Party and the establishment media for years, was asked his opinion on Biden's radical government.
Flynn said the current crisis highlights a continual loss in our constitutional freedoms.
"What I am not surprised at, but I think Americans are surprised at, is the speed they are moving to do exactly what I said, which is to take this country over," Flynn began.
"And we can’t kid ourselves, Tucker."
"That’s the direction that they are moving."
"The assault on our freedom of speech, our ability to peaceably protest the right to seek the truth in our elections, systems, and processes."
"This is all at risk in our country today."
"And they don’t want us to be talking about these things," he added.
"The other big question, the 60,000-foot view, is when does this stop or is ever going to stop?"
"And I actually don’t see it stopping."
"I actually think we are going to continuously see this relentless pursuit on what I am going to call our rights from top to bottom."
"I actually advise everyone to go read the Bill of Rights because every single one of them is at risk under this particular regime that we are being dominated by."
"To me, it’s this Republican establishment and these so-called Republican leaders."
"What I hear from the American people is they are looking for leadership out of the Republican Party and the Republican Party, they’re not doing it."
"They need to stand up, and they’re just not doing it."