As sundance notes, the most likely conclusion to be drawn is that some issues regarding the Brady material requested by Flynn are addressed in the forthcoming OIG FISA report--which the motion specifically references as a reason to abate the schedule that Judge Sullivan had set. It also seems likely from this that DoJ may have intervened here to suggest this abatement, since one presumes that the USA would not otherwise be aware of the relevance of the OIG FISA report to the Flynn case. I would expect that Judge Sullivan would grant this agreed motion. At this point I won't speculate as to the ramifications of this. You can see from Powell's tweets that she doesn't seem displeased to see Flynn's case formally connected to the various investigations of FBI misconduct by OIG and, by extension, John Durham.
ADDENDUM: Here's my thinking. At a minimum, this delay will allow the judge to make his decision based on much more information about the background to this case than he has at present. Official information, not just assertions in the pleadings of the two parties. IMO, this can only be good for Flynn.
#BREAKING Government filing motion to abate schedule in @GenFlynn case as we await Judge Sullivan's order on our motion for exculpatory evidence & #IGReport #Brady#GovernmentMisconduct@Techno_Fog @SaraCarterDC @ProfMJCleveland @jsolomonReports @seanhannity @LouDobbs— Sidney Powell 🇺🇸⭐⭐⭐ (@SidneyPowell1) November 26, 2019
If the Court grants the order, the sentencing date will evaporate and we will have time to digest the IGreport and Judge Sullivan's next order.@BarbaraRedgate @SaraCarterDC @seanhannity @JackPosobiec @LouDobbs @jsolomonReports @Techno_Fog pic.twitter.com/OTkBcvqfmC— Sidney Powell 🇺🇸⭐⭐⭐ (@SidneyPowell1) November 26, 2019