Trump: “It Was Treason”

“A LOT OF BAD THINGS HAPPENED”

by Sharon Rondeau

(Mar. 27, 2019) — In a telephone interview on Thursday night’s “Hannity,” President Donald Trump said that what was done to his administration in the form of the Russia collusion narrative should “never, ever happen to another president” and that those who perpetrated it over the last 2-3 years are guilty of “treason.”

Trump used the term while discussing the “insurance policy” mentioned in text messages between former FBI counsel Lisa Page and former FBI counterintelligence deputy assistant director Peter Strzok.  Trump explained the term as signifying the opening of the investigation into his campaign on the allegation that someone within his campaign “colluded” with Russian operatives to tip the election in Trump’s favor.

Beginning at 9:15 p.m. EDT, Trump expounded on the collusion investigation, assumed from the FBI by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, which consumed nearly two years of his presidency, beginning in May 2017.

On Friday night, Mueller delivered his report to Attorney General William Barr, who summarized it in a letter to congressional Judiciary Committee leaders Sunday, writing that no evidence of collusion was found and that Mueller came to no conclusion about whether or not Trump committed “obstruction of justice” in the course of the investigation.

At approximately 9:25, he pivoted to what he sees as his accomplishments in the areas of tax cuts, energy production, foreign relations, the economy and unemployment rate, as well as what he hopes will be a “good” relationship with Russia some day.

Trump characterized NBC and CNN as two of the “worst” media outlets in regard to his presidency.  For a number of years, Trump starred on NBC’s “The Apprentice,” likely earning the outlet millions and Trump himself a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.

He accused House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff of “lying.”  “In one way, you could say it’s a crime what he did,” Trump said, calling out Schiff for claiming there was collusion “night after night” in televised interviews.

At 9:34, Hannity asked Trump if he still felt that Hillary Clinton should not be prosecuted for deleting 33,000 emails from her private, unauthorized server used while she was Obama’s secretary of state.  Trump said that on Election Night 2016, he was buoyed by his victory and felt the country should “think about the future.”  However, Thursday he said, “We can never allow these treasonous acts to happen to another president” and that perpetrators of the collusion conspiracy should face consequences.

The Clinton campaign paid for the “dossier” used to obtain FISA warrants on then-Trump campaign adviser Carter Page over a year.  Carter Page, who appeared on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” Thursday, was never charged with a crime and has legal action pending against the DNC for alleged defamation.

Trump said that if anyone on “his side” had leaked classified information as Clinton did, he or she “would be in jail.”

The end result is “no collusion and no obstruction, but it took a long time to get there,” Trump summarized.

Of the 20+ still-classified Page FISA warrant pages, Trump said (9:40 p.m.), he “has plans to declassify and release,” but that attorneys working for him advised him against it at the time.  He said they said if he had declassified them before the investigation ended, it could have been interpreted as “obstruction.”

At 9:42, Trump told Hannity that he believes Republicans will win back the majority in the House of Representatives.

He said that when Lynch met former President Bill Clinton on the tarmac of an Arizona airport days before Hillary was interviewed by the FBI, then absolved of criminal prosecution by then-FBI Director James Comey, “a lot of bad things happened.”  “A lot of bad things happened after that; we have to find out,” he added.

At 9:58, Trump said that the Obama regime was informed in September 2016 of Russia’s impending attempt to interfere in the election and that he chose not to take action.  Trump described that decision as “major treason.”

 

6 Responses to "Trump: “It Was Treason”"

  1. Bob68   Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 5:04 PM

    OPOVV,

    I agree, and I used to go to Orly Taitz website often. Her work is very much appreciated, as is yours and anyone else I failed to mention specifically. It’s not easy to maintain hope over more than 10 years that a crime which was so very obvious the moment it happened and as serious as a crime can get, will ever be brought to justice…..however, hope springs eternal.

  2. OPOVV   Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 2:32 PM

    A note to Bob68;

    And let’s not overlook Orly Taitz for being the constant thorn on the side of the DOJ and Barry Soetoro, aka Obama, for representing me and others in Federal Courts across the land, demanding to see proof of Obama’s BIRTH CERTIFICATE, only to be told that we “had no standing”, even though we were vetted American citizens with a valid FEC election number as presidential candidates in the 2012 election.

    OPOVV

  3. Bob68   Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 10:55 AM

    Perhaps others have seen this information before, but I just read it. This is not long but worth reading. Please go here and check this out:
    https://americandigitalnews.com/index.php/2018/12/27/barack-hussein-obama-justice-served-with-charges-of-treason-and-seditious-conspiracy/
    Bob68

  4. Bob68   Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 9:08 AM

    It’s finally beginning, and I would like to thank President Trump, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Mike Zullo, Carl Gallops, CDR Charles Kerchner, Mario Apuzzo, Mike Violin, Tom Arnold, Johnathan Mooers, Glenn Harrison, Rev David Manning and of course Sharon Rondeau…..and a bunch of other people who have worked hard and still are…and will never give up.
    It’s not over yet, but the efforts of all listed above and their ability to persevere has made it possible for me to see the light at the end of the tunnel…..and if the light turns out to be a train, let it be the Trump Train. Bashing people now for what didn’t happen years ago cannot be of any help at this point……..although I have touched on that myself more than a few times out of frustration.
    Hannity, for all he didn’t do which I think he should have done, years ago, still deserves a lot of credit for helping getting us to the point we are today.
    If I am too hopeful and if the truth still does completely emerge, I’ll deal with that when it happens……..but as many have said here before, giving up is not an option….and right now for me,….neither is being negative.
    I am not celebrating as it’s too early for that……just remaining hopeful because I believe that is the right thing to do.

  5. Alexander Gofen   Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 2:58 AM

    I am glad that Pres. Trump uttered that word “treason” referring to what the government offices and the media did undermining his presidency. However what had happened is a farce, an ugly farce made possible by Pres. Trump on his own. Trump could and ought to crush this entire treasonous crowd when the time was right, in 2016: to crush them by fully exposing the 2008-2016 imposture of the fraud and UFO Obama [2], and by establishing his own party of loyalists like [1]. Instead, he humiliatingly capitulated in 2016 repeating after a dirty interviewer a false statement of legitimacy of Obama, and promising his handlers to never touch this case again. Trump evaded the decisive battle, failed to use his trump card, and spared the enemy. And… The enemy attacked and blackmailed him non-stop while he swallowed it all with his hands tied.

    The fact that Trump happened to be acquitted in this case without playing his trump card (a full exposure of the 2008-2016 imposture) was merely a good luck. The enemies will double down for more and more new attacks. The treasonous Congress and so call “parties” will keep sabotaging each and every his initiative. Trump may only dream about prosecution of those guilty in this act of treason (mentioned by him): it’s futile. Those guilty in the act of treason against him now were guilty in a much bigger acts of treason such as the 2008-2016 imposture and a long list of the Clintons’ “deeds”. The guilty were the entire US Congress, all parties, and down the list [3]. It’s futile to seek their cooperation in anything – and it’s a violation of Trump’s own duties to further evade the full exposure of the 2008-2016 imposture: futile, immoral, farcical, and humiliating.

    1. http://judeochristianamerica.org
    2. http://judeochristianamerica.org/UFOStillAtLarge.htm
    3. http://judeochristianamerica.org/UFOStillAtLarge.htm#WhoAreGuilty

  6. Thomas W Arnold   Wednesday, March 27, 2019 at 10:40 PM

    As per the company (FAUX NEWS) line, Hannity did not want to discuss any potential or real corruption or actual crimes committed by “Barack Obama.” I may have missed it, but I do not recall Hannity even naming or wanting to talk about “Obama.”

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