• John Hicks

Sadly hypocritical irony

It is indeed sadly ironic that for the sake of selfish politics people hold double standards, on both sides of the two party system. It is no wonder we continue to slide further away from God as every day passes.

It is sad that those who fight for the Constitutionally affirmed right to equal protection will not apply the same spirit of this concept to holding our elected officials accountable at every level. 

Those who attempted to hold POTUS #42 accountable for his affairs now dedend POTUS #45 against any such attempts towards the same. They refuse to hold #45 accountable for very similar charges that were levied towards #42. 

The private life of a public servant is indeed extremely relevant in regards to one's integrity in the duties they swore to perform for the people.

If one shows the inability to be faithful to the precious things they swore to be faithful to such as their wives then they have proven to have the same propensity towards other areas of value they are entrusted with.

These people who betray those whom they have been unfaithful to should not be sheltered from being accountable  but instead  they need to be called to repentance!

Shame on all of you double-minded people!

A double minded man is unstable in all his ways. James 1:8  

I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish. Luke 13:3  

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