“Have you no sense of decency, sir? At long last, have you left no sense of decency?”

These words indelibly imprinted on the pages of American history were spoken by Special Counsel for the Army Joseph N. Welch to Senator Joseph McCarthy on June 9, 1954 during the infamous McCarthy hearings.

Given Donald Trump Trump’s recent disparaging of the late Senator John McCain, it’s a question he needs to answer.

It is also a question anyone who supports Trump needs to answer.

Trump’s words were not only an example of perverse hypocrisy, given the fact that he was a draft dodger during the Viet Nam War in which McCain was a hero, they were despicable in that he was talking about a man who is dead and cannot defend himself.

There truly is no low for this President because there is no sense of decency in him. Trump has no moral compass at all.

But the same can be said of the people who support and enable him to say and do what he says and does. They may think they can support him because of the good stuff they think he is doing without bearing moral responsibility for his words and actions that are shameful, but they can’t.

Hitler led Germany to build the Volkswagen and the most advanced highway system in the world, but everyone who supported him also bore responsibility for the war he started and the killing of six million Jews and millions of gypsies.

When you elect a leader you get the whole person and everything about them. This is especially true for Trump supporters. They knew about his moral corruption before they voted for him. Refusing to believe it was true doesn’t let them off the hook.

What is more, they convict themselves every time they say they like him because he speaks for them.

There you have it. When Trump disparages John McCain, by their own admission his supporters are saying he is speaking for them, too.

That is why we must never ever stop asking them the same question we are asking Trump, “Have you no decency, is there no sense of decency left in you?”