I first noticed that McHenry County State’s Attorney Lou Bianchi blowing a police whistle at Crystal Lake’s 4th of July Parade.
It got people’s attention, but seemed annoying.
I wondered why he was doing it.
I mentioned that he blew a whistle in my article on the Johnsburg Saufen und Spiel Parade and someone using the name “SayItAintSo” wrote the following in the comment section:
“I believe Lou is sending a clear message!
“’Blowing the Whistle’ finally!
“Should be very interesting to see who all comes tumbling out of the closets?”
“Blowing the whistle,” as in revealing what one knows that is illegal.
As in a State’s Attorney who is a whistleblower.
Could Bianchi have been offering a hint at parades of what he would do if he finds himself unable to escape from Special Prosecutor Skip Tonigan’s indictment charges, which are mainly about using official resources to advance his political career?
If so, who might be in his sights?
Remember “who” in this instance can be either singular or plural.