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In pro-government circles, many believe the crackdown is a necessary means of stabilizing a country roiled by treasonous plots, two militant campaigns, an economic slowdown and a refugee crisis.
These are the cowards who voted to override local governments that wish to rid themselves of racist statues and memorials honoring treasonous Confederate generals.
On at least two occasions, Republicans on Capitol Hill explicitly described Clinton's email server as treasonous.
On at least two occasions, Republicans on Capitol Hill explicitly described Clinton’s email server as treasonous.
If, to invent a sweeping hypothetical, evidence emerged of treasonous conduct toward Russia by Trump in office—
Sadly, the political left has the use of the media megaphone to advance its treasonous agenda while the truth remains suppressed.
Those memories included her saying things on the radio that were treasonous and discouraging to the Allied cause.
MOSCOW — From a certain perspective, certainly the Kremlin’s, Vladimir Kara-Murza’s behavior in Washington could be seen as treasonous, a brazen betrayal of his homeland.
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