A MSNBC guest conjured up a mind boggling analogy over the weekend to imply removing President Donald Trump from office.

During an appearance on MSNBC’s “AM Joy,” Barbara McQuade appeared to argue that Trump should be stripped of the presidency because he obtained the office through fraud.

McQuade, a former U.S. attorney appointed by President Barack Obama, was asked about Special Counsel Robert Mueller filing a memo against Michael Cohen, Trump’s former attorney.

The Obama lackey said the filings proved Trump’s connections to Russia during the 2016 election and compared his fraudulently presidency to an immigrant who lied to gain citizenship.

“When immigrants procure their citizenship by fraud, we strip them of their citizenship. When a President procures his presidency by fraud, should we consider doing the same?” she asked.

McQuade was implying that Trump fraudulently won the presidency because he misled voters and that he should be removed from office.

However, her comparison defies basic logic.

If the penalty for fraud regarding an illegal alien is to strip them of citizenship, then the penalty for fraud with respect to the presidency would be stripping them of the presidency, not their citizenship.

Washington Post reporter Jonathan Capehart, who was guest-hosting the show for Joy Reid, responded: “That’s a very, very good point, Barbara.”

“Michael Cohen takes us all the way back to 2015 when they’re having conversations with Russia about putting together this deal for a Trump Tower in Moscow,” McQuade began.

“This is a very significant matter. This isn’t just a regulatory offense when you’re talking about campaign finance violations. It could be that President Trump procured the presidency by fraud,” she added, ramping up the theatrics and painting Trump as a Russian stooge.

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McQuade, without any evidence, went on to suggest Trump lied about his “connections” to Russia and that Americans cast a vote for him without knowing about his “cover-ups.”

Trump indicated last month that discussions about building a Trump Tower in Moscow came more than a year before the election and that it was never more than an idea.

McQuade’s argument was no different than Hillary Clinton still refusing to accept the outcome of the 2016 election.