So it's ludicrous for any of them, however stupid, to interpret Trump's sarcastic gag about the Russians trying to find Hillary's missing e-mails as some kind of treason. Of course he was referring to the fact that they already, allegedly, have them, because they already of course hacked them, so of course there's no way even an idiot could think he was asking them to hack something they'd already hacked. And what else was he "asking" the Russians to do? Right. Turn them over to the FBI. That might be treasonous in the medieval sense as being disloyal to the person of the Royal Hillary, but not even dubious in any real sense.
And of course the Democrat pimps who are making the accusations are very well aware of this, but they hope to fool voters with the accusations and hope they don't pry any further. And a lot of Democrat voters, being rather less than a full set of anything, will probably be fooled and remain fooled.
- Not noble; unbecoming true honor or dignity; mean; unworthy; fake or deceptive.
- Not ingenuous; not frank or open; uncandid; unworthily or meanly artful. [quotations ▼]
- Assuming a pose of naïveté to make a point or for deception. [quotations ▼]
Notice below that even the New York Times joins the disingenuousness parade, in aid of getting the Hildebeest elected.
Here's what Steve Sailer [link] says about it all: