My main 'hope' left in Huber is the fact that, again, apparently Vic helped him out when he was in a really dark place, so I'm hoping that his judgement is just really, really, really
clouded by what a save that time was for him. I'm not defending what he's done, because holy shit Huber, why
- but I'm hoping that there's still a chance for him to at least realize, once this is all said and done, that he backed the wrong horse and that he himself was in the wrong on this one, and can learn from it. Basically, I still have at least a little more faith left in him than I do Mignogna, who has basically torpedoed (repeatedly) any sympathy that anyone should be having for him.
Only time will tell though. And even if he does learn from it, yeah, the fact that he was once a Catholic school principal is pretty terrifying right now given how quick he is to jump to the 'let's just pretend it didn't happen that way' defense
Fionordequester wrote: ↑
Mon Jul 22, 2019 10:28 am
Still, I do wonder what side I would have ended up on if I hadn't had the privilege of hanging with you fine folks.
I hear you on that. I wouldn't 100% put my own change on the issue to this forum (though this has been where I've been able to follow all of the updates the easiest, so it's still been a major factor in that), but this has been...for lack of a better term, one hell of a ride even just for me personally. I've said it before, but at the start of all of this, I was pro-Vic simply because it felt like it was just another one of those times where people were starting to accuse him again, seemingly for little reason. Nothing had ever come of it before, so really, what reason did I have to believe it this time? But while I still advocate for innocent until proven guilty in the majority of cases, this whole debacle has definitely taught me an incredibly
important lesson on the old 'where there's smoke there's fire' scenario. Depressingly so, really.