Sure it is, if the intent is to bring truth to light and not pull people further into the divide and conquer illusion of partisan politics. If you want to speak to corruption, speak to all the corruption, that’s occurring. But don’t distract from one parties corruption by speaking on another’s when it is irrelevant. Both parties are pursuing corrupt agendas. They simply do it in different ways in terms of how they decide to divide and conquer and distract.
If you fail to acknowledge Republican corruption( which is utterly rampant in my view), while pointing out democratic corruption (which is utterly insidious in my view), you are a part of the problem.