Rep. Adam Schiff wants a bipartisan commission similar to the 9/11 commission to investigate the many obvious problems with our country’s response to the coronavirus question. If that seems reasonable, you’re dead wrong. E.W. Jackson, failed candidate for Lt. Governor of Virginia, says that makes Schiff guilty of treason.
Though Schiff has made it clear that any such commission will not be established until after the current crisis has passed, Jackson used his radio program yesterday to accuse Schiff of treason for even suggesting such a thing.
“I can’t state this too strongly,” Jackson said. “If you want to talk about being a traitor to America, if you want to talk about being treasonous—I understand people have a right to disagree with the president, I don’t knock that, I don’t dispute that—but to try to distract the president at this critical time with a bunch of nonsense from a man who is a proven liar and, frankly, a hater of the Constitution … Here he is trying to distract everybody from the issue at hand and get involved in another investigation of the president of the United States.”
“There is no law against it, but there probably ought to be,” Jackson added. “This man is betraying every single American with what he is doing right now. It’s not just about hurting President Trump, he’s hurting us all.”
A liar and a hater of the Constitution. Gee, that sounds like someone else I can think of. Of course, this doesn’t come remotely close to treason and only a first-class idiot would suggest that it does. It’s just the worst thing he can think of to accuse Schiff of, so he shovels it out.