A gentleman named Spellman responded to my blog post “Tit for Tat.”
I truly appreciate all comments. He has contributed more than once, and I find his input very interesting and helpful.
In my post I bewailed the never-ending investigations into the conduct of one’s political opposition. Mr. Spellman responded:
“Your point is reasonable. Yet, fear of consequences deters people inclined to do wrong. And there are too few consequences for increasingly evil actions. Many social posts I read make it clear people grow beyond skeptical that those of wealth and power will be held accountable. Ever. That drives the population to be vigilantes, cry out for tit for tat investigations and witch hunts.”
Spellman is absolutely correct. My post was impracticably idealistic and would never work in our current political environment. I am as anxious as he is to see the sins of the DOJ and the FBI exposed. Why hasn’t Hunter Biden been prosecuted? Why haven’t certain provocateurs who stirred up the crowds on January 6th been arrested? Why did the FBI lawyer who falsified documents pertaining to the Trump-Russia collusion investigation receive only a light tap on the wrist? We’ll never get the answers from our current administration or a Democrat controlled Congress. I fear that the truth will remain unknown unless the Republican’s take control and initiate their own investigations.
Pray for that day!
I hope I live to see it.