Over the weekend, Congresswoman Liz Cheney said former FBI anti-Trump agents Peter Strzok and Lisa Page may have committed treason when they attempted to prevent then-candidate Trump from winning the 2016 election. Even the President Tweeted her comments. Are the legitimate?
While most Republicans and at least a good number of Democrats are upset by the actions within the FBI, few can realistically make the case that it can be construed as treason. There’s a good chance crimes were committed and Attorney General William Barr’s various investigation into the investigators may yield charges. But treason? Doubtful.
Jamil Jaffer and Bradley Moss joined Shannon Bream on Fox News last night to discuss the issue.
You be the judge. If you were in charge of the investigations and you determined these two former members of the FBI were engaged in actions intended to stop Donald Trump from being President, would you consider it treason?
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