Does anyone know of this would apply to Flynn?
Rule: The U.S. Constitution prohibits retired military personnel and reservists from receiving pay from foreign governments without Congressional authorization. This can extend to receipt of pay from a U.S. contractor or subcontractor for providing services to a foreign government. In 37 U.S.C. 908, Congress authorizes the Secretary of State and Secretary of the appropriate Military Department to approve such receipt of pay. Each military service has implementing directives. Retired personnel and reservists who violate this Constitutional proscription may forfeit pay equal in amount to their foreign pay.
Not saying that there might not be a law about this, but I can't think of anything in the Big Doc that goes there.
I was surprised too.
That said, I wonder if it actually could fly.
Very interesting and, at least for me, worth looking at a little further. Thanks!
You cited US Code. The Constitution does not mention reservists or retired, the US Code does.
And if he'd been honest with his filings it would have been an issue before he was appointed. Like SESSIONS he had to lie to get his job.