Friday on "The Glenn Beck Radio Program," Glenn Beck and the guys chimed in on the developing story that President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser Mike Flynn has offered to be interviewed by the FBI as part of its investigation into Trump's ties to Russia in exchange for immunity from prosecution.
Stu Burguiere reasoned that Flynn was wise to ask for immunity, even if he believed he did nothing wrong. Glenn concurred, citing Congress' seldom-utilized but extensive authority to make allegations of criminal activity:
"Can I tell you something? The reason why you never want to testify in front of Congress? They can take anything that they want. You are so close to going to jail when you testify in front of Congress. Because if they choose to be hostile, they have almost unlimited power on cornering you and then throwing you in jail."
Stu then pointed out that the FBI would likely only offer Flynn immunity if they were reasonably confident he had incriminating information about someone in the upper levels of the Trump Administration, such as White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon or Trump himself. Stu also admitted his dislike of Flynn, calling him Trump's "worst appointment" so far.