To R.F.K, Jr, “treason” means disagreeing with him on Anthropogenic Global Warming:

Blissfully unaware of how hot the irony burned, Robert Kennedy Jr. yesterday took to a public protest to rail avidly in favor of censorship. The United States government, Kennedy lamented in an interview with Climate Depot, is not permitted by law to “punish” or to imprison those who disagree with him — and this, he proposed, is a problem of existential proportions. Were he to have his way, Kennedy admitted, he would cheer the prosecution of a host of “treasonous” figures — among them a number of unspecified “politicians”; those bêtes noires of the global Left, Kansas’s own Koch Brothers; “the oil industry and the Republican echo chamber”; and, for good measure, anybody else whose estimation of the threat posed by fossil fuels has provoked them into “selling out the public trust.” Those who contend that global warming “does not exist,” Kennedy claimed, are guilty of “a criminal offense — and they ought to be serving time for it.”

Fascinating. I would have thought the man was at least educated enough to know that the Constitution of the United States defines treason, but maybe he thinks that since the Constitution doesn’t mean anything, “treason” is anything he wants it to be.

To be fair, though, his thinking is in line with a well known medieval concept which died out in the West, but is still quite in the Middle East:

Those who contend that God does not exist are guilty of a criminal offense.

You’d think Global Warming was the new God.