Kentucky’s Own “Plumbers”

by Ryan on April 9, 2013

in Crime,Election 2014,Media Bias,Politics

Earlier today the liberal news dump Mother Jones published a story airing secret taped conversations made during Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell’s strategy sessions regarding his potential Senate race against Ashley Judd.  The excerpts deal with opposition research and campaign strategy.  Judd is no longer running for Senate as that trial balloon has deflated, but that doesn’t matter — who taped these conversations, who else is involved, and how did Mother Jones get them?

Obviously, McConnell is freaked and feels like the FBI should get involved in the investigation, so he has asked for their help.  This is the same kind of illegal tapping that almost happened at the Watergate Hotel in June 1972, before the “Plumbers” were caught.  Following the cookie crumbs in that case brought down a President.  This instance is smaller in scale, but the principle seems to be the same — cheat.

The FBI just started dealing with McConnell’s issue so it’s not likely that they’ll come up with anything soon, but heads should roll once they do.  At present, though, the press is more interested in impugning McConnell’s character than getting to the bottom of the law-breaking.

UPDATE:  They may have the culprit in this eavesdropping case, but that hasn’t stopped the media from its narrative that McConnell is a monster.

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