There is a precise definition of “treason” set forth in the Constitution. None of the recent charges of treason remotely fit that definition.
It was bad enough that Fox News host Jeanine Pirro asked such a question but even worse that her two guests responded by suggesting that special counsel Robert Mueller, a decorated Marine Corps captain and former FBI director, is at least as big a threat to the U.S. as Russian President Vladimir Putin.
It wasn't a sudden thing. It had cancer for a long, long time.
By trying to minimize the despicable words and actions of Donald Trump during the Treason Summit, she actually makes things worse
After all this time, McConnell finally (and probably inadvertently) came clean about his failure to support bipartisan disclosure of the 2016 election hacking when he became aware in September 2016.
Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) calls out his colleagues for wasting time "investigating" anti-conservative bias on Facebook (There is none) and ignoring Trump's treason presser with Putin.
In a shameful display of partisanship and intellectual dishonesty, Rand Paul picked sides. Russia won.
Senator Rand Paul, when directly confronted with a choice to believe facts or the lies Donald Trump tells, could not make a clear decision.
It's always fun to document Republican hypocrisy.
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