Lin Wood, an attorney, has listed a number of right-wing personalities he claims fabricated false complaints against him, claiming that he is “exposing the enemy inside.”
During a recent Conservative Daily Podcast interview, Wood stated that such allegations have been leveled against him “over the last two years” by media personalities Tucker Carlson and Dan Bongino, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, former intelligence analyst Sebastian Gorka, and conservative activist Charlie Kirk.
“People that we have been led to believe we’re on our side are not on our side. People say ‘Well, Wood, you’re creating a division.’ I’m not creating a division, I’m exposing a division that was initially built in by the enemy to infiltrate the patriot movement. They wanted us looking forward to shooting at the enemy,” the former Trump supporter said.
“Half of our people were going to be behind us shooting us in the back. I’ve been exposing the enemy within. And you’ve got to do that before you go to battle,” he added.
He also claimed that his former client, Kyle Rittenhouse, accused him of election fraud and involvement with QAnon. The adolescent, who was recently cleared of charges in the 2020 shootings in Kenosha, Wisconsin, said in November that he dismissed his counsel because he supported such views.
“Rittenhouse is all of a sudden, he comes out [and] he hits me with A, B, C, D, E, F, saying things like that I was insane, saying that I was a believer that there was election fraud and there was none. Saying falsely that I was somehow involved with QAnon, which I don’t know what it is except to have a good idea [that] it surely doesn’t exist as a legitimate group of people,” Wood said.
Wood has lately had disagreements with other Trump friends. Wood said last week that he is at “war” with lawyer Sidney Powell and retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn.
He said that Flynn, Powell, and others participating in the pro-Trump “Stop the Steal” initiative were not focused on the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.
“After doing the research and connecting the dots, I have reached the conclusion that the Stop the Steal organization is a Deep State organization to raise money for purposes other than to FIX 2020,” he wrote on Telegram.
Wood also questioned Flynn’s loyalty to Trump saying: “What does Mike Flynn think of President Trump? Is he fighting for Trump or has he given up on Trump? Does Mike Flynn have aspirations to run for President himself in 2024? Does Mike Flynn really want to FIX 2020 or does he want us to remain captives to a rigged election system that might benefit him in the future?”
Will Sommer of the Daily Beast caught a Telegram message from lawyer Lin Wood, a Trump supporter who has filed a slew of 2020 election challenges.
During their program on the acquitted shooter of three, Fox News host Tucker Carlson, according to Wood, let Kyle Rittenhouse trash him. Wood then slammed attorney Sidney Powell and Michael Flynn, accusing them of failing to defend him against the “false ambush attack against me.”
“Hey, Sidney, I thought you loved me!!!” wrote Wood. “Hey, Sidney, did you put my name on those fraud complaints you filed around the country in which I had no input but have been used to vicariously attack me? Hey, Sidney, is Defend the Republic.org under investigation by federal authorities related to its finances? Hey, Sidney, are you in a multi-million-dollar dispute with General Flynn? For some reason, Sidney will not return my calls to discuss these matters with me. So, I hope she will see this Telegram message and call me.”
Lawyer Lin Wood, under pressure after being slammed by Kyle Rittenhouse, is absolutely going off on his old buddies Sidney Powell and Michael Flynn for not defending him enough. Claims Powell is under federal investigation and brings up Flynn's occult prayer. pic.twitter.com/RvtGMTPBkM
— Will Sommer (@willsommer) November 23, 2021
Wood then rehashed a fresh QAnon conspiracy theory, claiming that Gen. Michael Flynn said an occult invocation.
“We are your instrument of those sevenfold rays and all your archangels, all of them,” Flynn said, during a prayer at a Nebraska church. He added, “We will be the instrument of your will, whatever it is. In your name, and in the name of your legions, we are freeborn, and we shall remain freeborn, and we shall not be enslaved by any foe.”
QAnon followers thought “sevenfold rays” and “legions” were unusual.
“A lot of people in the Christian world believe that when you pray to rays of light and legions that you’re praying to the devil,” said Paul Oebel during an interview with Flynn on his YouTube channel.
Leaders in the Q community have advocated for a break with Flynn, fearing that he has been a secret Satanist all along.
“General Flynn owes the Patriots an honest explanation of this occult prayer,” demanded Wood.
Wood made headlines last week after he threatened to sue the Kenosha shooter’s current counsel after he labeled Wood an “idiot” on CNN on Friday night.
During an appearance on Cuomo Prime Time, Rittenhouse defense attorney Mark Richards lashed on Wood, accusing him of treating his client like a cash cow and letting him linger in jail for fundraising purposes.
“You know, Lin Wood and I went head-to-head and you know, he’ll probably sue me for it, but he’s an idiot who let him [Rittenhouse] talk to The Washington Post while he was under charges for murder,” Richards said during an interview with Chris Cuomo.
Wood sent Richards a note on Saturday denying his assertions.
Lin Wood (Rittenhouse’s first lawyer) threatens to sue trial counsel Mark Richards today for calling him “an idiot” on CNN for how he handled the case. pic.twitter.com/cCotZOJKVF
— Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) November 20, 2021
“You publicly stated in an interview on CNN that I was an idiot. False, I am not,” Wood wrote, before blaming another right-wing former Rittenhouse attorney, John Pierce, for allowing Rittenhouse to speak with the Washington Post, among other decisions.
“You should be ashamed of denigrating me and #FightBack for our legal and good faith efforts to help Kyle,” Wood wrote. “Demand is hereby made that you immediately retract and correct your false accusations against me. If you do not do so, I will prove that you are right on one point you made on CNN – I will sue you.”