After initially pleading guilty to get a more lenient sentence, former national security adviser Michael Flynn is now reversing his guilty plea saying that while he provided false information, he didn’t know it was false. Or something like that. This move no doubt could backfire for Flynn. Anyone have any idea why he would pull this bold move? Unless there is new evidence that proves his innocence (which I don’t believe there is), I really don’t get it. I mean, if you admitted you are guilty, doesn’t that close the case? Curious to get some thoughts on this.