What’s the “Joe the Plumber” treatment?
That’s when a tangential morsel of an event is overblown by the left and somehow it negates the real thrust of a story.
For instance, Joe the plumber became famous for getting Obama on a rope line-meet and greet to admit that he was going to “share the wealth.” (AKA – implement socialist policies.)
The left immediately dug into Joe’s background and discovered that he “wasn’t a real plumber.” Somehow, in the brain-addled leftist’s mind, this meant anything Obama said was negated.
“What’s that you say? Obama said he’s going to ‘share the wealth’? Pfffffft. That guy wasn’t even a real plumber!” – Dumba$$ leftist.
This time it’s going to happen to the FBI texts issue. We already know that two FBI employees, Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, exchanged extremely damning messages regarding the Mueller investigation and Comey’s investigation. The texts detailed possible corruption, conspiracy and obstruction of justice in the highest levels of the government.
Then it was announced that months of texts between Strzok and Page went missing, leading some to speculate that the FBI was engaging in a coverup.
But a new report is claiming that there’s proof that this was a bureau-wide “glitch” that affected thousands of employees, and there was no deliberate malfeasance.
So, what is Vox’s spin?
The entire text issue is complete bull$hit because it’s just all conspiracy theories that have now been debunked.
“Page said Loretta Lynch knew Hillary wouldn’t be prosecuted before Comey gave his infamous pre-election presser? Pfffft. we now know that the text’s weren’t purposely deleted. All your theories have been debunked!” – Dumba$$ leftist
That’s pretty much the tone of this VOX article, that the entirety of the text issue is much-ado about nothing now that Sean Hannity and his conspiracy theory hasn’t panned out (or so they say.)
The left is ridiculous.