Mr. Pollard is guilty of espionage, but not of treason, at least not in the eyes of an American Constitutional Conservative: “Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.”
Passing secrets to an ally is neither levying war against the United States, nor adhering to our enemies, nor giving our enemies aid and comfort.
Don’t turn like the ‘Rats in your disregard for the plain meaning of the Constitution.
There *is* something very perverse, and possibly anti=Semetic about the fact Mr. Pollard has been treated more harshly than some who engaged in espionage against the U.S. on behalf of enemy powers.
Israel is a country with who we frequently have common interests. We may even have treaties with them, but their actions render them more as our enemies than as our allies. Case in point: an actual ally would not employ people like Mr. Polllard.
In general, I’m pro-Israel. But I’m more pro-USA than I am pro-Israel. They don’t get a pass from me for their actions against my country.