One thing you simply have to love about President Trump is his take no prisoners approach to his job and his willingness to speak the truth in a somewhat vulgar and delightful way. At a recent press conference President Trump was asked if he had thought about pardoning Roger Stone and Paul Manafort to protect them from DTMNBN. (Disease That Must Not be Named)
President Trump then went on a tirade about how people around him were prosecuted for political reasons and then for good measure, he call the people at the top of the FBI scum. That would include James Comey and Andrew McCabe as well as Peter Strzok and Lisa Page. The entire Russian Collusion hoax was a scam and as far as I'm concerned it was an act of treason.
They tried to overthrow a duly elected president and bring the government down. That, my friend, is treason. We don't need to use a firing squad but life in prison would be a fair sentence.
Here is the exchange that President Trump had with the reporter:
Reporter: Have you thought of pardoning Paul Manafort or Roger Stone so they’re not exposed to the virus.
President Trump: Well I’ll just tell you this. Roger Stone was treated very unfairly. Paul Manafort, the black-book turned out to be a fraud. e learned that out during the last weeks and months. They had a black-book that came out of Ukraine an d it happened to be a fraud. Turned out to be a fraud. They convicted a man and it turned out to be a fraud. General Flynn was a highly respected person and it turned out to be a scam on him. The FBI said he didn’t lie. And Mueller’s people wanted him to go to jail. So what am I going to do? You’ll find out what I’m going to do. I’m not going to say what I’m going to do. But I will tell you the whole thing turned out to be a scam. And it turned out to be a disgrace to our country. And it was a takedown of a duly elected president. And these people suffered greatly. General Flynn! I mean what they did to him… The top of the FBI was scum and what they did to General Flynn and you know it and everybody knows it was a disgrace!
— Bernard B. Kerik (@BernardKerik) April 20, 2020