If the fabricated Trump Dossier is not treason, what is it really?

The liberals have been very free to throw around the word treason in regards to a possible Trump/Russia “fix” in the past Presidential election. Unfortunately for them, there has been no connection found that would implicate President Trump. Candidate Hillary Clinton, on the other hand, is ultimately responsible for a foreign government’s fictional creation of a dossier on Donald Trump. Should this be considered treason as well?

As Written By David Harsanyi for the New York Post:

What’s the difference between the infamous Russian dossier on Donald Trump and that random fake-news story you saw on Facebook last year? The latter was never used by America’s intelligence community to bolster its case for spying on American citizens nor was it the foundation for a year’s worth of media coverage.

Then again, you get what you pay for. We now know Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee paid as much as $9 million for the discredited dossier on Trump.

According to the Washington Post, a lawyer named Marc Elias, who represented both the 2016 Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee, had hired Fusion GPS, a DC firm working on behalf of the Russian government to soften sanctions at the time, to provide opposition research for them. The firm then hired a former British spy named Christopher Steele who reportedly purchased salacious rumors about Trump from the Russians.

Now, you might expect that the scandalous revelation of a political campaign using opposition research that was partially obtained from a hostile foreign power during a national election would ignite shrieks of “collusion” from all patriotic citizens. After all, only last summer, when it was reported that Donald Trump Jr. met with a Kremlin-linked Russian lawyer who claimed to be in possession of damaging information about Clinton, there was……..

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Why doesn’t Hillary’s ‘dossier’ trick count as treason? | New York Post

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