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Sen. Tim Kaine is calling for Donald Trump Jr. to be tried for treason for his meeting with a Russian attorney to get dirt on Hillary Clinton. Kaine conveniently is ignoring the facts surrounding the meeting and he conveniently is forgetting that his former running mate Hillary Clinton violated federal law and abused her position as Secretary of State. But did Trump Jr. violate any laws when he did meet with the Russian lawyer? One source says NO!

Erasmus, the noted classical scholar, described lawyers this way:  A most learned species of profoundly ignorant men. 

He had a point.  How else do you explain the wild pronouncements of lawyers like Harvard Law Professor Laurence Tribe, former White House ethics lawyer Richard Painter and Senator Tim Kaine, D-Virginia?  Each have suggested Donald Trump Jr. committed treason by meeting with a Russian lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya.

All three lawyers earned their degrees at Harvard or Yale.  Yet, they appear to have slept through their class on constitutional law.

Treason?  Preposterous …

It’s obvious that Kaine and other Democrats are not really interested in justice because if they were, they should have spent the last 4-6 years hollering about the many crimes and acts of treason committed by Barack Obama or the crimes and severe ethics questions concerning the actions of Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation. But Kaine’s silence as well as that of other Trump accusers demonstrates they aren’t interested in justice and protecting our nation, but are only interested in revenge against Trump and his administration.

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