Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Did Senator Ted "Waitress Sandwich" Kennedy commit treason?

So, Did Senator Ted "Waitress Sandwich" Kennedy commit treason in an effort to influence the 1984 presidential election?

Even in a jaded world, it is breathtaking to discover a U.S. senator — brother of a former president — actively and secretly collaborating with Soviet leaders in an attempt to undermine the president of the United States’ nuclear defense policy during the height of the cold war.
Especially when that brother was murdered by a Soviet sympathizing communist. But what's a brother when a presidential election is on?

According to a letter written by KGB head Viktor Chebrikov to Soviet leader Yuri Andropov, former Sen. John V. Tunney went to Russia to give the Soviets information to strengthen their hand in nuclear negotiations with the Reagan Administration. Whatever the reason, shouldn't this reasonably be considered treason?

If the Chebrikov memo is to be believed, Kennedy "asked for a meeting later that summer in order “to arm Soviet officials with explanations regarding problems of nuclear disarmament so they may be better prepared and more convincing during appearances in the USA.”"

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