This article by National Review’s Andrew McCarthy begs us to ask the question I pose in the title of this post. As I have done in the past in these types of posts, I’ll provide a link here while encouraging you to read the post;
So now that the “Memo” is out and the Republicans (all but the never-Trumpers) are calling fowl and the Demoncrats are throwing the kitchen sink at it to discredit it…where do we stand. I for one don’t think anyone will pay the price for crimes that seem evident if even half of the claims in the memo are true. That’s the problem in America today. There seems to be an unspoken agreement between changes of power to NOT investigate or at least not to prosecute the sins of the previous administration. The Demoncrats claimed all sorts of misdoings by the Bush administration, yet when they took power, and they had both houses of Congress, they did nothing.
This seems about the most comprehensive explanation that we have. I believe that we will never know the whole truth and that only some minor folks will be scape-goated. Please take the time to read the entire article at The Epoch Times. Wonder if Ms. Streep and Mr. hanks will ever make a movie about this corruption “at the highest levels of government.”
The hypocrisy of the Hollywood Left (or as I say “all of Hollywood”) if finally getting the publicity they deserve AND in their own backyard. I’m not sure how anyone could bring themselves to even look at Meryl Streep again let alone pay to see one of her flicks. How many innocent women were molested because she kept quiet? Because they ALL kept quiet. How about we all just walk on by their movies?
Thanks to the good folks at I Hate the Media for sharing this article from The Hill. It’s by Kurt Schlichter and is a treatise on how we conservatives/libertarians are now “woke” to the shenanigans (e.g. outright lies) of Republicans that we elect.
As much as I try, I cannot always avoid headlines from news sources. One of today’s was all about how some Notre Dame students walked out on the commencement speech delivered by Vice-President Pence. It is interesting how these Snowflakes are proud to have walked out rather than listen to someone, who is not controversial or vile, but just may have a different perspective than they do. I guess that’s society now…a very sad truth for them. I don’t give a shit about them. They’ll never make it in life outside of their liberal bubble.