Is to pray that nobody is hurt, that the perpetrators are brought to justice, and that we turn around before our country plunges over a point of no return.
That would be the sane response. I still don't see a logical reason for this to be done by any sane conservative operative. And yet, it doesn't take away from the fact that it was done. Republicans and conservative outlets have been right to condemn the actions outright. President Trump was right to do the same thing. Any outlets who have carried the story and not laid blame or used it to attack are right in how they acted.
Anyone who has already condemned without evidence, and worse, moved to call upon voters to defeat Republicans, are the reason why our country teeters on the brink of collapse and violence. Those who sent the bombs, and those who would exploit the bombs with no knowledge in order to score against their political opponents, are one and the same.
Sane Christians and Americans who value our freedom and peaceful transfer of political station would do well to condemn both. Christians who would either support such terror tactics or exploit such terror tactics bring shame to the Gospel and harm to our nation.