Adam Schiff, a modern-day Benedict Arnold seeking America’s destruction

In 1780, Benedict Arnold was a general in the American army while fighting a war for independence with Great Britain. Arnold was given command of West Point, which was an American Fort on the Hudson River. It was during this time that Arnold became a traitor to America.

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Dr. Busler is an economist and a public policy analyst. He is a Professor of Finance at Stockton University. His op-ed columns appear in Townhall, Newsmax.

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Michael Busler

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Dr. Busler is an economist and a public policy analyst. He is a Professor of Finance at Stockton University. His op-ed columns appear in Townhall, Newsmax.

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