Don’t Forget to Arrest, Convict and Imprison the January 6 Traitors

Another Monday morning is upon us and for the first time in quite awhile there’s a bit of hope out there. From a personal perspective, I will get my second vax this Friday. So I will actually be able to begin to think about life returning, at least to some degree, to some resemblance to normality. Whatever that means.

Looking at the bigger picture it appears that everyone can start to plan their vaccination soon and that we might even have a real summer this year. What should occur is a carefully calibrated reversion to old habits and practices, such as dining in public, attending shows, bars, public gatherings in general. Will people continue to wear masks and avoid close contact, or will they cease all public health measures and return to old habits that have now been proven to be unsafe?

Human nature and history show that more than likely many people will be too exhausted and impatient to continue practicing sensible precautions. There will probably be another spike in infections before this is over. That will happen out of a combination of simple ignorance, but also the malignant after effects of the lying weasel former guy and his treasonous enabling henchmen.

This is why it is not advisable to forgive and forget. We are dealing with traitors in our midst who tried to overthrow the government (as flawed as it is) who now pretend to repent for their sins. But just like the gutless unprincipled thugs they are, they will attempt to use the very system they tried to overthrow to extricate themselves from their seditious actions. They will obfuscate, prevaricate, plead whimper whine and complain that they are being treated unfairly.

Too bad so sad. They broke the law. Follow the evidence ALL THE WAY up the chain and toss all the traitors in jail. That’s where they belong due to their own stupid foolish idiotic acts of insurrection. Page 6 of On The Fence, which originates at onthefencecomic.com.

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