It was on this day in 1953 that the US executed Julius and Ethel Rosenberg for treason and espionage against the United States.
64 years ago, they fried in electrified chairs.
That was supposed to be a lesson to all those who would follow that there are consequences to one’s actions. Especially — ESPECIALLY — when those actions include colluding with an enemy of the state. Imagine what the punishment might look like if it included throwing US Presidential elections.
No, go ahead. It’s OK. Be like John Lennon. Imagine. There may be no facts in their inbred bubble, but Truth and Justice will always break through that kind of firewall.
Side note, Donald Trump was pretty much a toddler when the last US execution for espionage was carried out. Reminds me of a song of cycle: