Treason…

It seems that treason is running rampant nowadays.

We’ve got vice presidents holding up billion-dollar aid packages for their own personal gain, Harvard scientists working hand-in-hand with communist China…

And now it seems we’ve got Democrats meeting with Iranian officials in closed-door secret meetings at security conferences in foreign nations.

What is the country coming to?

Has Liberalism so severely infected our politics like a disease, that it makes them think that they can get away with anything once they hold power?

It’s hard to put a finger on…

But we need to put a stop to it. It’s opening America up to both ridicule and, more importantly, danger.

When Trump and Putin met behind closed doors…

The Left went nuts.

They started whining about how there was nobody in the room with them – even though they’re the leaders of two of the most powerful nations on earth…

What did they think was going on in that room?

Were they convinced that Putin was going to lay out his plan to destroy America and then twist Donald Trump’s arm and make his do his bidding in following through with it?

Two world leaders meeting behind closed doors makes sense…

There are some conversations that are just better having man-to-man.

However, United States senators meeting with the foreign minister one of the most terrorist-friendly regimes in the world today does NOT make sense.

Secret Back-Alley Meeting UNVEILED

Why would they have meetings with an Iranian official without anyone around to document what was said? And then why would they deny meeting with him – when there’s documented evidence of this happening?

In fact, if not for the investigative journalism of conservative news sites, Senator Chris Murphy’s meeting with Javad Zarif—a meeting he had without State Department knowledge—would still be a secret.

Luckily, the meeting that took place at the recent Munich Security Conference was exposed…

In response, Senator Murphy had to finally admit that he did, in fact, meet with the terrorist regime’s foreign minister, and he later revealed SOME of what was discussed…

Murphy said he had “goals” for meeting with the foreign minister, but admitted he “cannot conduct diplomacy on behalf of the whole of the U.S. government, and I don’t pretend to be in a position to do so. But if Trump isn’t going to talk to Iran, then someone should.”

Does Murphy not realize how things are done?

What were his goals for this meeting? Murphy said he wanted to discuss any Iranian reprisals for the killing of the terrorist leader of the Quds Forces, General Qasem Soleimani. They also discussed helping innocent people in Yemen and the fate of American prisoners in Iran.

Murphy wrote in his account, “A lack of dialogue leaves nations guessing about their enemy’s intentions, and guessing wrong can lead to catastrophic mistakes.”

Know Your Role, Senator

But here’s the thing… it’s not YOUR job to make those decisions, Murphy.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had a response to this potentially treasonous act…

“I have seen that piece about some senators meeting with Foreign Minister Zarif. This guy is designated by the United States of America. He’s the foreign minister for a country that shot down a commercial airliner and has yet to turn over the black boxes. This is the foreign minister of a country that killed an American on December 27. And it’s the foreign minister of a country who is the largest world sponsor of terror and the world’s largest sponsor of anti-Semitism. If they met, I don’t know what they said. I hope they were reinforcing America’s foreign policy and not their own.”

Well said, Secretary Pompeo.

This is worrisome…

American Democrats are taking it upon themselves to meet with the leaders of enemies of the United States – all without informing the State Department.

This is how bad things happen…

 

“A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and he carries his banners openly. But the traitor moves among those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not traitor, he speaks in the accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their garments, and he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of a city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to be feared.” – Cicero