TREASON is the highest crime of a civil nature of which a man can be guilty. Its signification is different in different countries. In general, it is the offense of attempting to overthrow the government of the state to which the offender owes allegiance, or of betraying the state into the hands of a foreign power.
Article 3, Section 3 of the US Constitution: Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.
Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death…
Here we go again. Donald Trump calls out his archenemy Barack Hussein Obama for treason, once again (Luke 22:48).
WASHINGTON D.C., June 23, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) reports:
President Donald Trump accused former president Barack Obama of “treason” for “spying” on Trump’s 2016 presidential election campaign in an interview aired yesterday with CBN News.
After referencing Trump’s claim that Obama had been involved in spying on his 2016 presidential campaign, CBN News political analyst David Brody asked Trump what crime could have been committed.
“Treason. Treason. It’s treason,” Trump replied.
This is not the first time that we have seen this. Back on January 13, 2020, I wrote:
As we all know, the President of the United States this week accused Barack Hussein Obama of funding the missiles that attacked Americans in Iran. This is true and the American people knew of it when he did what he did. What should be observed here is that the president acknowledges his treason and yet fails to charge him for treason (Article 3, Section 3, US Constitution), which would deter anyone else from daring the justice of God in our government (Proverbs 16:6).
Instead, the president puts sanctions on Iran in hopes of you misleading you by his his confusion (Daniel 9:7), by overlooking the law that he is to “faithfully execute” against “all enemies” here domestically (Romans 3:20; Article 2, Section 3, US Constitution).
Barack Hussein Obama is responsible for more than just what took place in Iran, this on top of the fact that he never has been qualified to be America’s president, he is not a natural born citizen (Article 1, Section 2, US Constitution).
What we hear from the president’s supporters is that the president does not have the power to prosecute! I ask, then who does? You people are kidding yourselves and you know it.
This is nothing short of ignorance and foolishness! That is my constitutional response! He is the Executive-Commander-in-chief and has all the power that he needs to prosecute at his fingertips (Proverbs 20:8).
Furthermore, he not only promised prosecution but also declared that he can do whatever he wants with the Department of Justice.
The lengths that these people will go in defending the indefensible, and what’s worse, they do this at the cost of their own country.
If you know even a little bit of your history, you know that our forefathers didn’t play with those who dared to jeopardize the American cause.
There is a true story told of Major Andre. He had been caught as a spy in our country, and there was undoubted proof that he was guilty. By the laws of war, he ought to be put to death. What he had done was intended to the ruin of the American cause and if such an act went unpunished, it would expose the army to surprise and destruction.
He should, in accordance with the law of nations, be put to death. On the other hand, there was his youth, his high attainments, his honorable connections, his brilliant hopes; all pleading that he might live and that he might be pardoned.
In the heart of George Washington, the prompting of justice and mercy came into collision. Both could not be satisfied, and there seemed to be but one course of pursuit. His sense of justice was shown in the act by which he signed the death warrant. His feelings of compassion in the fact that when he did it, his eyes poured forth a flood of tears.
You see, Washington so loved his country that he knew if such an act went unpunished, it would only encourage the next person to do it as well, thus endangering the country. Justice had to be satisfied.
How every generous feeling of our nature would have been gratified if mercy could have triumphed, and the youthful and accomplished officer could have been spared.
In conclusion: You do not make America, or any other country for the matter, great again by allowing traitors in the midst (Proverbs 16:6). They must be lawfully dealt with, and that publically (Psalm 94:16)!
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