Was Flynn's guilty plea a result of prosecutorial extortion?

Washington Post:
Michael Flynn pleaded guilty. Now his supporters are trying to exonerate him.
The largely social-media-based effort has, at times, put advocates of the former national security adviser, and occasionally Flynn himself, at odds with his legal team.
Congressional investigators have asked questions about the testimony of Comey and others suggesting that he did not lie under oath.  Put that together with the Judge's order to provide all exculpatory evidence and the subsequent delays in sentencing and there is reason to believe he was treated unfairly.  He appears to be one of a group of people Mueller has charged in hopes of extorting damaging testimony against teh President.

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