There is something to say about people that commit treason against their own people, its just mind-boggling.
Here in America, we have a great system where you can be anything that you want to be. Unfortunately, that means that people can also be traitors.
What’s even worse is that there are some people that somehow see fit to try and help traitors from getting out of paying for the things that they have done to our country.
Ethel Rosenberg and husband Julius Rosenberg, two of the most notorious spies in US history, were found guilty of conspiracy to commit espionage in 1951 and were sentenced to death. The Rosenbergs were accused passing top-secret information concerning the atomic bomb to the Soviet Union.
The Rosenbergs were the first U.S. citizens to be convicted and executed for espionage during peacetime.
Julius Rosenberg, an open communist, reportedly recruited Ethel’s younger brother, David Greenglass, to give information to the Soviets. While serving in the U.S. Army, Greenglass had been assigned to work on the famed Manhattan Project, which led to the creation of the atomic bomb, and he delivered notes and sketches of classified materials to Julius Rosenberg.
According to Greenglass, Ethel took the notes and typed them up for the Soviets.
This accusation seems to be the only direct evidence of Ethel’s involvement in her husband’s spying activities.
President Dwight D. Eisenhower had this to say about the Rosenstein’s before their executions. “I can only say that, by immeasurably increasing the chances of atomic war, the Rosenbergs may have condemned to death tens of millions of innocent people all over the world. The execution of two human beings is a grave matter. But even graver is the thought of the millions of dead whose deaths may be directly attributable to what these spies have done.”
In January 2017, before Barack Obama left office, Senator Elizabeth Warren sent the Democrat president a letter requesting a pardon for Ethel Rosenberg.
Thankfully, even Obama wasn’t that much of a lunatic…