Last night we reported on the new favorite — but wrong — liberal talking point that Sen. Tom Cotton and the other 46 GOP Senators who signed that open letter to Iran had committed treason by violating what is known as the Logan Act.

Alec Baldwin weighed in as well, saying Sen. Cotton was guilty of “treason” and the other GOP Senators part of a “criminal conspiracy.”

But it’s game over for these morons as their favorite news sources have now completely and thoroughly debunked the treason meme:

Don’t believe Vox? Well, then … how about what we’re reading over at HuffPo?

And to his credit, MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell not only tore into the new insta-Logan-Act legal scholars on his show, but mixed it up with viewers on this timeline as well:





Hysterical lefties melt down over Logan Act, mockery ensues

Mission accomplished, NYDN: #47Traitors now No. 1 trending topic in U.S.; Conservatives hit back with #47Patriots

NYDN cover labels GOP senators as ‘TRAITORS’ for open letter to Iran

Sen. Cotton game for Bill Kristol’s Biden-Cotton debate idea; Is this Biden’s response? (Probably) [photo]

One brutal photo shows why Vox is wrong on the GOP letter to Iran

Hey, Dems! If you’re angry about the GOP letter to Iran, what about Ted Kennedy dealing with the Soviets?