Talk show host calls for Kushner to be arrested

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Quoting the U.S. espionage act, former sports commentator Keith Olbermann used his political soapbox-style web-series on Condé Nast’s GQ, to demand that Trump advisor Jared Kushner be arrested.

“I call for the immediate arrest of Jared Kushner,” Olbermann demanded on his show, titled “The Resistance.”

Promoting his belief that Kushner is violating federal laws against obstruction of justice and espionage, Olbermann stated that the Trump administration is full of “traitors.”

“These people do not believe in the law, these people do not believe in patriotism, these people do not believe in the United States of America,” Olbermann declared, adding, “These people — Kushner, his wife, Trump, General Allen, General McMaster, General Flynn, the others — are in their souls, if not under the law, traitors to this country.”

Olbermann’s statements come after a fresh witch hunt was launched against the president’s son-in-law over the Memorial Day weekend in yet another Russian scandal story.

“No matter which excuse Kushner has for proposing to talk to Russia, using secret Russia communications, while surrounded by Russian spies, inside Russian territory, there is but one answer: arrest Kushner now,” said Olbermann after repeating his mantra “arrest Kushner now” dozens of times throughout the broadcast.

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