Zonkerbl wrote:Ruzious wrote:pancakes3 wrote:https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2020/07/how-jared-kushners-secret-testing-plan-went-poof-into-thin-air
@whoever needs to read this and have a reckoning with their respective souls
I just saw a report about that on tv. Absolutely disgusting. DISGUSTING.
Kushners's group actually came up with a useful plan of distribution - completely off the grid though. And Trump rejected it because it would help states that were controlled by Democrats. Instead, he chose to let states fend for supplies themselves - he wanted various states to fail, so the the Democratic governors and mayors (and Governor Hogan) would take the blame.
Poof - Kusher's plan - paid by our tax dollars and to be paid by the tax dollars of his kids' generation - was made to disappear.
We need to defeat Trump somehow despite everything in November and then pass a law clarifying that whatever treason is, this is also it. Intentionally making policy decisions intended to kill your political enemies who are also US citizens - treason, punishable by death.
Totally agree - I'm no lawyer, and I'm guessing there are ways to argue that what he did doesn't fit the legal definition, but he's done things to intentionally damage multiple state governments and effectively kill Americans. That should be subject to the ultimate punishment available in our law.