Retired Lt. General Michael Flynn, a great patriot, resigned tonight as President Donald J. Trump's national security adviser.
Public pressure forced him out over little stuff. Flynn, before his appointment as national security advisor was approved by the Senate, discussed Russian sanctions, presumably the lifting of some, with the ambassador of Russia. Not a big deal but Flynn shouldn't have done it. Worse, he lied about that communication--and allowed the vice president to repeat that false information.
A bigger deal but one that should have cost Flynn his job.
On the way home from work tonight I listened to Mark Levin talk about treasonous actions by two Democratic senators from Massachusetts. John Kerry, who nearly became president in 2004, gave comfort to an enemy nation, North Vietnam, in his role as a leader of Vietnam Veterans Against the War. "Lurch" of course later served as Barack Obama's second secretary of state.
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy in the early 1980s sent an emissary to Moscow for his plot with Soviet General Secretary Yuri Andropov to push his disarmament schemes, better phrased as plans to weaken America, and to bolster his hoped-for presidential run in 1988.