After the attack on the Capitol, what about “whataboutism”? Is “moral relativism” on the rise in conservative circles?

A new line of argument claims it’s moral relativism to question the credibility of your political opponents in their pursuit of power.  The argument misses the point:  We are unequivocally against violence, but political surrender isn’t morally acceptable either.  In other words, it takes two to de-escalate. In the wake of the violent, some call… Continue reading After the attack on the Capitol, what about “whataboutism”? Is “moral relativism” on the rise in conservative circles?