Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, who got forced to resign after less than a month into his role for misleading Vice President Mike Pence, is apparently now ready to tell his side of the story. In a statement released late Thursday night, Flynn's lawyer Robert Kelner stated that, "General Flynn has a story to tell" but wants to be granted immunity first. This could be bad news for President Donald Trump with the multiple ongoing investigations into his possible ties to Russia and their involvement in the 2016 Presidential Election.

Flynn supposedly in talks for immunity

Michael Flynn is willing to testify to the House Intelligence committee, Senate Intelligence Committee and the FBI who are all conducting ongoing investigations into Russia. Some sources are reporting that Flynn is in talks to try to receive a promise of immunity, but that no deal had been reached. However, aides to those on the House Intelligence Committee have said that they had not gotten any such requests from him. For its part the Senate Intelligence Committee and the White House declined to give any official comment or statement on the matter. In case one may have forgotten Flynn resigned due to lying and misleading about his communicates with the ambassador of Russia, Sergey Kislyak.

Russian connection with Trump?

Already, former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, former policy adviser Carter Paige and former adviser Roger Stone have said that they would agree to step in and testify to the House and Senate Intelligence Committee's on the investigation into Russia and the 2016 presidential election. These three-man were all key aides at some point during President Donald Trump's campaign for president.

With Flynn offering to give information on behalf on being granted immunity for his testimony, it is possible that he could provide damning information that connects Trump and Russia. Considering the already alleged shady ties between Trump and Russia, this testimony could be the start of a floodgate that can't be closed.