Larry Klayman Has No Idea What Treason Is

Larry Klayman Has No Idea What Treason Is March 6, 2019

Larry Klayman, the dumbest lawyer in America not named Mat Staver, has no idea what treason means. He’s so upset at anything that might make his hero Trump look bad that he thinks those Democrats who called Michael Cohen to testify before a House committee should be impeached and tried for treason.

Klayman, who is currently representing fellow right-wing conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi in his battle against Special Council Robert Mueller, fumed that “the evil, despicable, vile, corrupt, dishonest Democrats on Capitol Hill … are out to destroy the president and, in doing that, they don’t care about the United States, so they are destroying the United States.”

“At the same time that he is meeting with the Korean dictator, they’re holding this hearing with the legal and political hack, Michael Cohen,” Klayman fumed, asserting that Kim Jong Un was unwilling to negotiate with Trump because the hearing made it look like Trump was weak and might be out of office soon.

“This was an act of treason,” he said. “These people have committed sedition against the United States, they themselves should be impeached … It’s treason.”

You should totally sue them for treason, Larry. Ask for…oh, I don’t know, a trillion dollars in damages. Or convene one of those “citizen grand juries” you’re so fond of and have them all indicted, then send those “indictments” to the local prosecutor. You know, so they can have a good laugh. You would be hard-pressed to intentionally be as ridiculous as Klayman is by his very nature.

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