Politicians are very interesting people. They take great care to cover all of their tracks. Kids that want to be politicians these days can’t so much as look at a joint funny or they’ll ruin their chances of ever becoming the president of our great nation. The internet has changed the game for us, however. Now, everything that you’ve ever done is captured and saved for all eternity. There’s no escaping the long arm of the
No, you can’t run, and you can’t hide and this week, our VP Mike Pence, the result of somebody bringing a sexual abstinence campaign to life, like a flaccid Frankenstein’s monster, is in the limelight for his internet history, but not for the reason you might expect (lesbian porn). You see, Mike Pence used to use his AOL email address to conduct official business, and it was hacked. The hacking that occurred even went as far to try and scam money from his contact list. Someone emailed his friends and family saying that he and his wife were stuck in the Phillipines, and to send money to have them saved.
You may be thinking to yourselves that the biggest gaffe here is that Mike Pence was using an AOL email address like my 95-year-old grandmother uses, but Mikey’s connections with Nigerian royalty looking for a payday runs a little bit deeper than that. The very same Mike Pence who had his email identity stolen by an Eastern European teenager also had a pretty strong stance on Hillary’s private email server back during a little election that happened in 2016:
So according to Mike Pence in 2016, he should be investigated by the FBI and probably arrested, if we look deeper into his above request. The lesson here goes to show you, if you’re going to use an AOL email address after the year 2004, you’d best come equipped with 2 step verification, although to the man who probably uses a flip phone to order takeout from Applebee’s this probably would have been a lost cause anyway. Should Mike Pence be arrested and subjected to the man on man physical activity that he so desperately fears? That’s for the readers to decide, I’m not a politics guy.