To the editor:
I looked up the definition of “treason” on Google. It had three definitions. The hits on the word "treason" on the internet spiked 76 percent after Trump called on Russia to find Clinton’s missing 30,000 emails.
On a recent morning, MSNBC was running this message on its story page, “Republicans aim to discredit special counsel Mueller’s investigation of the Trump-Russia connection.” If this is true, I think those Republicans ought to seriously reconsider their aim.
Calling on our adversary to provide Clinton’s 30,000 emails is treason, partial definition. Any assistance from Russia to the Trump campaign to discredit Clinton is treason. Several days ago, Russian media admitted that Russia hacked into our 2016 election. This is not “fake news.” It came straight from Russian media. So beware, any interference into the Trump-Russia investigation by Mueller will be taken as treason by all loyal Americans.