Bernstein Wants Lots of People Executed for Treason

Bernstein Wants Lots of People Executed for Treason December 27, 2018

Josh Bernstein appears to be aiming for the title of the male Ann Coulter, constantly one-upping his own idiotic and irrational opinions on virtually everything. The latest is that he has put out a list of all the people he wrongly thinks have committed treason and thus wants executed.

Citing an unverified and unsubstantiated right-wing article that claims that former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper contemplated going to the Supreme Court in an effort to prevent Trump’s inauguration, Bernstein declared that Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, James Comey, Robert Mueller, Loretta Lynch, Sens. Mark Warner, Ben Cardin and Bob Corker, and various other government officials should all be arrested and executed.

“Every single one of them should be charged with U.S. Code 18 2381, which is treason,” Bernstein said. “Their acts are treasonous. Their acts are seditious. They tried to overthrow the will of the people by planting fake evidence to overthrow a duly elected presidential elect for president. That is high crimes and misdemeanors to the point of treason and these people should executed.”

“There should be a trial and they should be executed and I have no problem saying that publicly,” he added. “They should be executed for treason.”

So pretty much every prominent person who opposes Donald Trump. How shocking that he would think that. If anyone has betrayed the most basic principles upon which the nation was ostensibly founded, it’s Bernstein and his ilk.

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