Donald Trump Has Committed Treason

We knew he was a traitor, but news reports have revealed new details about the depth of Donald Trump’s treasonous behavior. His response to Covid-19 has made me wonder. It’s almost as if he made a deal with the devil to kill as many Americans as possible.

(Devil— enter stage Eastern Europe.)

It has been reported, first by the New York Times and then confirmed by the Washington Post that Donald Trump was briefed on an alarming situation in March— not pandemic related. Putin put bounties on American lives, more specifically, the lives of American soldiers in Afghanistan. He is paying for hits and claims to have made several payouts already.

Trump, was briefed on this in March but has done nothing. The man who fights to dismiss sanctions against Russia, and has taken Putin’s word over that of the United States intelligence committee, when they unanimously agreed that Russia interfered with the 2016 election on his behalf, he who refuses to condemn Saudi Arabia for killing Jamal Khashoggi, knew Russia was paying the Taliban to kill American soldiers, and he has not acted on the information.

This makes me wonder if he has personally collected blood money? Anything is possible with him, and he speaks to Putin regularly.

What does Trump have to say about this treasonous revelation? Nothing, but he is still whining about the crowd size at his rally in Tulsa and bragging about his TV ratings.

None of this news is surprising, really. We have known he’s a traitor since “Russia if you’re listening.” Still, this should be generating more outrage than it is. Are we really this desensitized? Our draft-dodging POTUS has looked the other way while Russia has been supporting the Taliban and rewarding them for killing Americans.

In the early days of the pandemic, Trump sent federal agents to hospitals to confiscate masks and ventilators from hospitals and he sent cargo planes filled with them… to Russia. He continues to lobby for Putin to rejoin the G7.

Trump’s dealings with Russia are not a singular international threat by inaction. He has yet to address North Korea’s missiles, his trade deals with China are self-serving, and he has not responded to their military expansion, not condemned them for having concentration camps…oh yea, because we have those too, he should have denounced their attack on democracy in Hong Kong, but that behavior is in line with his treatment of protesters in the U.S.

Every foreign policy decision Trump has made, including pulling troops out of Syria, and now Germany, ending the Iran treaty, and leaving the Paris Accord, has been favorable to Russia and put Americans at risk, weakening us as a nation. Putin couldn’t have planned this better, literally.

Although he probably knew about Covid-19 earlier, on January 22 Trump made his first public statement regarding the virus. The following is a shortlist of Trump’s early Coronavirus word salads.

  • January 22: “We have it totally under control. It’s one person coming from China.”
  • February 2: “We pretty much shut it down coming in from China. It’s going to be fine.”
  • February 24: “The Coronavirus is very much under control in the U.S.A… Stock Market starting to look very good to me!”
  • February 25: “CDC & my administration are doing a GREAT job of handling Coronavirus.”
  • February 25: “I think that’s a problem that’s going to go away. They have studied it. They know very much. In fact, we’re very close to a vaccine.”
  • February 26: “The 15 cases within a couple of days is going to be down close to zero.”
  • February 26: “We’re going very substantially down, not up.”
  • February 27: “One day it’s like a miracle, it will disappear.”
    February 28: “We’re ordering a lot of supplies. We’re ordering a lot of, uh, elements that frankly we wouldn’t be ordering unless it was something like this. But we’re ordering a lot of different elements of medical.”

I could continue, but you get the idea.

In Tulsa last week, Trump told his crowd that he told his people to slow the testing down. His spokesman says he was joking. Trump has told us he doesn’t joke. Not sure who to believe? Trump has since ended federal funding of Covid-19 testing.

Trump’s inaction has made the US the world’s hotspot for Covid-19. Europe is in the planning stages of opening its borders but not to Americans. Can you blame them?

Trump has divided our country with his domestic policies and his denial of Covid-19 which makes him responsible for destroying our economy and leaving millions unemployed, and he can claim ownership of thousands of deaths.

I wonder, is he collecting a bounty from Russia on those deaths? He isn’t eager to flatten the curve.

Donald Trump is a threat to national and international security. He is a traitor, guilty of treason, selling us out because he wants foreign help in the 2020 Election. How is he still in office? Bill Barr and Mitch McConnell should answer that.

EU to ban US travelers due to spike in coronavirus cases, source says

Russia ‘arming the Afghan Taliban’, says US

9 thoughts on “Donald Trump Has Committed Treason

  1. USA 40,000 cases in one day. In Victoria, Australia we are panicking about 41 new cases. We have a problem in our state, you have a catastrophe going on. I wonder what it will take to remove this monster from office. It seems he can do and say as he pleases.

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    1. I don’t have any idea. It blatant treason isn’t enough, and the total disregard for human life isn’t enough, there is nothing. Mass voter turnout in November is our only hope, but even then he’s unpredictable.

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      1. I wonder if it is possible that he will defer the November elections using C19 as his excuse (I don’t know if he can do that, defer I mean). But if he even looks at the polls he will be aware that the tide is turning against his administration. Is Biden a better choice?

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      2. I don’t think he legally can, but the rules don’t apply to him. He also might refuse to accept the outcome. He also might burn the place down on his way out. That’s what I’m most worried about, and why I wish they’d remove home before the election.

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  2. Don’t forget the many decisions he has made beneficial to China. They know that his family businesses have received both money and other favors. He may owe them as much or more than he does Russia. His first act in office was to pull out of TPP., which China hated.

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  3. Biden wasn’t my first choice, but he’ll spend his first term undoing damage. Whoever he picks as VP is important because he’ll be even older in four years and may not run for a second term. I imagine the VP would run.

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  4. I honestly think Trump is finished. The headline news can’t get any worse and, whatever one says about COVID-19, it truly revealed the ineptness of his administration. Also reading reports that he may pull out of the presidential race:

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    1. I hope you’re right! I am not so sure he’s ready to be indicted, which will happen as soon as he’s out of office. His continuing push to eliminate mail-in voting is telling. Putin hasn’t figured out a way to tamper with mail-in-votes, and Trump’s plan to privatize the post office hasn’t gone anywhere. That was plan-B. I believe he has China working on his reelection campaign as well.
      His fan base has rooted itself and at this point those who still belong fall into one of two categories: rich and greedy, or blindly racist. They are in it for the long haul. The rest of the GOP is corrupt by association and because of their continued enabling; they have to go as well.
      Every eligible person must vote if we want to overcome the cheating. The top of POTUS 46’s agenda has to be election reform.


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