> By trying to subvert the election results Trump is again committing treason.

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Treason in Helsinki
#1 2020-11-22 11:57:30

By trying to subvert the election results Trump is again committing treason.

Never have we seen such speculation over whether a U.S. president is actively working against his own country. By refusing to concede an election he clearly has lost, by making baseless charges intended to undermine faith in the vote, by assaulting American national security infrastructure, Donald Trump seems less democracy’s friend than foe. 

From the start of his presidency, critics have wondered whether Trump, despite his America-first rhetoric, was prepared to put country first. Before he took office, Trump operatives softened language in the Republican Party platform that implicitly criticized Russian involvement in Ukraine. Months into his tenure, and with no apparent consideration of the consequences, Trump cavalierly disclosed sensitive intelligence information to Russian visitors. Trump refused to confront Russia over bounties on American soldiers. And his attempted takedown of America’s voting system left him at odds with his own Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.

OPINION
Do we dare call Donald Trump a treasonous president?
A president pursuing a personal agenda as he ignores the national welfare may not be treason, but it is ruinous to America’s health.
Ellis Cose
Opinion columnist

Never have we seen such speculation over whether a U.S. president is actively working against his own country. By refusing to concede an election he clearly has lost, by making baseless charges intended to undermine faith in the vote, by assaulting American national security infrastructure, Donald Trump seems less democracy’s friend than foe. 

From the start of his presidency, critics have wondered whether Trump, despite his America-first rhetoric, was prepared to put country first. Before he took office, Trump operatives softened language in the Republican Party platform that implicitly criticized Russian involvement in Ukraine. Months into his tenure, and with no apparent consideration of the consequences, Trump cavalierly disclosed sensitive intelligence information to Russian visitors. Trump refused to confront Russia over bounties on American soldiers. And his attempted takedown of America’s voting system left him at odds with his own Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.

Christopher Krebs, the agency’s director, confided that he expected to be fired for exposing the voter fraud propaganda generated by Trump and his allies.

Trump’s efforts to overturn the presidential election drove Timothy Snyder, a Yale professor and author of "On Tyranny," to tweet, “What Donald Trump is attempting to do has a name: coup d'état. … It must be made to fail.”

https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/ … 302922002/

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#2 2020-11-22 12:05:53

Re: By trying to subvert the election results Trump is again committing treason.

There was election fraud on a large scale.

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Trump's Legacy of failure
#3 2020-11-22 12:15:53

Re: By trying to subvert the election results Trump is again committing treason.

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There was election fraud on a large scale.
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crybaby

Just bend over and take your loss like a bitch!

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