On Thursday, Donald Trump held one of his infrequent press-like conferences. When reminded that by throwing around the term “treason,” Trump was, in essence, saying that the people he believed were “treasonous,” should be given a death sentence, Donald publicly began naming his perceived enemies:
Well, I think a number of people. And I think what you look is that they have unsuccessfully tried to take down the wrong person. You look at Comey. If you look at McCabe. If you look at people … probably people higher than that. If you look at Strzok. If you look at his lover, Lisa Page, his wonderful lover. The two lovers, they talked openly. You know, they didn’t use their private server because they didn’t want to get caught, so they used the government server. That was not a good move. Uh, he talked about the insurance policy just in case crooked Hillary loses, and that didn’t work out to well for them. So, you look at them, and uh … they want an insurance policy, so that should she, for any reason lose, remember, 100 million to one. Maybe he said 100 million to nothing. But should she lose we’ll have an insurance policy and we’ll get this guy out of office. That’s what they said and that’s what they meant. That’s treason. That’s treason. They couldn’t win the election, and that’s what happened. And that’s what’s happening right now—without the treason word, I guess—but that’s what’s happening now. They don’t feel they can win the election, so they’re trying to do the 1,000 stabs. Keep stabbing. Let’s do the financial. And if you look, for $40 million I would think seriously that Bob Mueller and his group of 18 killers have gone over my taxes, have gone over my financial statements to a level that they have never been gone over before, and they were not discussed, even. They were not discussed or brought up. I have great statements.
Wow, this list sounds like a really big list.