Yes, he blurts out some nonsensical statements before he's given the subjects some contemplation but no actions have been taken or directives given which constitute treason. American illness and death are inevitable. We do show higher numbers than other nations, but myopically focusing on the US numbers alone conceals some important considerations. The disproportionately high ratio of COVID cases to COVID deaths in the US does point to over-reporting of cases in the health care industry, likely from liberals wanting to make Trump look incompetent on this issue (I'm not saying he's doing everything right, but it's not helpful to exacerbate the problem). Take France and Sweden, for instance. Both have much lower statistics for cases per million (2972 & 8069 respectively) but not deaths per million (464 & 570 respectively), as compared with 15018 US Cases per million and 488 deaths per million. Looking at the ratios (6.40 for France, 14.2 for Sweden and 30.8 for the USA), I'd deduce that there's a reporting problem . . . either here in the States, or in other nations, or both. In any case, I don't find the raw numbers to which liberals point so vociferously all that believable. Just as importantly, Americans are probably the most mobile and most socially active society on the face of the Earth, and may reasonably be expected to spread the virus more readily than inhabitants of other nations. Finally, America was already a nation full of medicated sick people. I can't stand it, but let's face it, we are a pill-popping nation. Going into this pandemic, we likely had so many more citizens on life-extending-treatments and medications than other nations that we were inherently more vulnerable than citizens of those nations who were not already living beyond their natural demise. America should be predisposed to more deaths from cases of COVID. I do believe in numbers, but I also believe in parsing them to make sure they reflect reality. By the way, I recall seeing news reports from multiple liberal media outlets extolling Sweden's approach to handling the virus . . . curious, isn't it, that their numbers aren't really all that great? Treason? Try again . . .