Suspect #3: Al Gore

Al Gore reminding everyone he invented this internet.

Al Gore reminding everyone he invented this internet.

Al Gore is liberal enough to want the the Golden Boy to exist blemish-free, but he doesn’t have as much of a relationship with Barack as some of the other suspects.  Still, his liberalness could very well have been a motive behind changing the entry.  Look at the data below and decide for youself:

The Evidence:

Al is a tech savvy guy.  He’s got to know how to adjust his solar panels that he doesn’t really have to just the right wattage output to run his trillion square-foot Tennessee home.  So that in itself gives him the immediate upper-hand when compared to Pelosi and Frank.  Also, Al is used to having to swoop in and edit something online in order to save face.  Just look at all those times his global warming numbers were proven false; he quickly pulled a ‘select all’,  ‘delete’, ‘paste’ numerous times and had his global warming bull crap numbers changed to another set that we could all try and disprove.  Also worth noting, Al Gore invented the internet.

However…

Al doesn’t have as close ties with B.O. as most suspects.  Though they have similar political stances, they aren’t as close of friends and their paths don’t meet quite as much.  Also, Al is no doubt still bitter that his presidential prospects were cut short in 2000, and probably views Barack like the rest of us (an uninformed little punk) regardless of political view similarity.

Al Gore could be the dark horse in the race to find the conspirator of WikiGate.  He is not really a suspect in most people’s eyes, which could be one of the reasons he felt safe committing the act.  Don’t forget to check-in in the next few days to vote for who you think is behind this scandal.

Thanks for participating!

Rick

**If this makes no sense to you, read the original article about the WikiGate conspiracy by clicking here.

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2 responses to “Suspect #3: Al Gore

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