Former White House National Security Adviser and ardent advocate of QAnon, Michael Flynn, suggested the far-Right political conspiracy theory movement is a disinformation campaign organized by the CIA. Last summer, Flynn publicly pledged allegiance to the Right-wing conspiracy group, which started on internet message boards. [tweet_embed] November 30, 2021[/tweet_embed] In a telephone call that has not yet been independently verified, Flynn, a former Adviser to Trump, seemed to disavow the group as he spoke with pro-Trump election conspiracy theorist and attorney Lin Wood. The man Wood says is Flynn was even heard dismissing QAnon's allegations as "total nonsense." Wood recorded and posted it to his Telegram channel on Saturday. "I think it's a disinformation campaign. I think it's a disinformation campaign that the CIA created. That's what I believe. Now, I don't know that for a fact, but that's what I think it is," The man said to be Flynn could be heard speaking on the recording. Later in the call, the same man can be heard asserting how the conspiracy movement was "total nonsense," naming it a "disinformation campaign created by the left." [tweet_embed] November 30, 2021[/tweet_embed] "I think it's a disinformation campaign. There's actually a very interesting article today that was sent to me — I'll send it to you — about how the QAnon movement has failed and all that. But I find it total nonsense, and I think it's a disinformation campaign created by the left," he announced. The group has been classified as a national security threat by the FBI. Among their views are that the government, businesses, and press have been seized by a global scheme of elite, Satan-worshipping pedophiles led by top Democrats, which took the form of a "deep state," which Donald Trump rejected. Flynn, a retired three-star US Army General, ran the Defense Intelligence Agency, pledging allegiance to the conspiracy movement in a video posted to Twitter in July 2020. In May, he was recorded talking in Dallas, Texas, at a QAnon conference proposing a Myanmar-style military coup has to happen in the U.S. Many of those who participated in the 6 January insurrection in the U.S. Capitol were QAnon followers, including "QAnon Shaman" Jacob Chansley. He was sentenced to over three years in jail last week. [tweet_embed] November 30, 2021[/tweet_embed] Wood, a Right-wing lawyer and a backer of QAnon, has been on the offensive -- attacking Flynn and many former allies after he was disowned by his old client, Kyle Rittenhouse. Wood and Rittenhouse recently clashed over Wood's attempts to lay claim to the $2 million in crowdfunding cash used to pay for Rittenhouse's bail. Wood blamed Flynn and former Trump lawyer Sidney Powell for failing to assist him in overturning Trump's 2020 election result leading to rowing and squabbling between them and others on the far-Right.