Guest post by Paul S. Gardiner
Exactly what does the term “hold accountable” mean regarding an investigation of Dr Anthony Fauci and other high-ranking officials for their actions prior to and during the COVID-19 pandemic? This is a question that some people, including several attorneys, are asking: does "hold accountable” simply mean an investigation without subsequent punishment if found guilty of criminal acts?
Recently elected republican members of the US House of Representatives state that they intend to investigate and “hold accountable” several officials, including Dr Fauci, for their actions prior to and during the pandemic. But realistically, it is highly unlikely that the current US Department of Justice will further investigate or prosecute any high-ranking government official for his/her actions prior to and during the pandemic.
Among the law firms asking questions about the scope and outcome of an investigation is the Vires Law Group located at 515 N. Flagler Drive, Suite P-300, West Palm Beach, Florida, 33401. This firm invites Florida residents to provide citizen input intended for their elected officials.
Citizen input should be in the form of a 1-page hand-written letter addressed to the Vires Law Group at the above address. Experience shows that hand-written communications carry greater significance with many elected officials!
Letters need to explain 1) why a criminal investigation of Dr Fauci and others is truly needed; and 2) how such an investigation would be productive with the understanding that the Florida attorney general has legal authority to prosecute people found guilty of committing crimes against Florida citizens per Florida criminal code/statute.
Most Americans are sick and tired of tax-payer money being spent on useless and wasteful activities. This article maintains that if federal or state investigations discover criminal actions leading to indictments resulting in warranted punishments, then all the “hold accountable” activities are indeed worthwhile.
So, time to send those one-page, hand-written citizen letters to the Vires Law Group and let your voices be heard and counted!
Paul S. Gardiner is a retired Army officer, Vietnam veteran, and avid lover of America. He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Alabama, and the US Army War College.