By Rmuse on Mon, Jan 2nd, 2017
What is also surprising is the dearth of Republicans railing against Russia for attacking America and attempting to do what Putin does throughout Eastern Europe; disrupt democratic governments and threaten invasion. Even more surprising is the loving embrace Republicans have extended to devious Don for his praise of old Vlad after knowing intimately that his BFF ordered an attack on America for the express purpose of putting a Rusky operative in the White House. However, there are a couple of Republicans who are not enthralled by either Putin or Trump and one is a top GOP strategist who, late Friday, had some strong words about traitor Trump including implying that he and his raving mad acolytes are guilty of treason. No doubt the strong words were in response to the Trump’s praise of Putin after President Obama levied sanctions against Russia for attacking America.
The Republican operative and strategist, Rick Wilson, took to trivial Trump’s favorite means of communication, Twitter, to rail on Trump and his puerile supporters for being “lackeys, ball washers, and toadies” whose “allegiance is to Putin;” not to America. Apparently, what really set off Mr. Wilson’s tirade was his unwillingness to be called a traitor to America any longer simply because he was disinterested in supporting the traitor Trump. He said, “In the course of the 2016 campaign I don’t know how many times I was called a traitor to America for not supporting Trump.”
It is noteworthy that Wilson said he was called a traitor to America for not supporting the clumsy and inept television celebrity’s candidacy; not to candidate Trump or his own beloved Republican Party. Wilson then lashed out at Trump supporters calling them “intellectual giants [who] never bothered to understand the specific definition of treason” and yet regarded “all opposition to Trump [the candidate] was treason.” Mr. Wilson then landed a knockout punch when he asked the reasonable rhetorical question Trump or his maladjusted devotees certainly couldn’t answer without revealing that they have no allegiance to the United States of America. He asked, “What’s closer to treason? Political opposition to a candidate, or siding with a hostile foreign power in the Intel war?”
at some juncture all Republicans are going to have to publicly declare if their allegiance is to the United States or Russia. Because if they continue embracing and defending Trump, then they are not loyal to America and no matter how one parses it, disloyalty to one’s home country is being a traitor; and everyone and their pet hamster comprehends that traitors are guilty of treason.