MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace just burst out laughing at new Republican conspiracy theory (WATCH)

- Januari 24, 2018

While speaking about the latest conspiracy theory to be peddled out by the Republican Party with the sole purpose of undermining special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Trump, MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace could broke out into laughter (video below).

The MSNBC anchor was referring to this week’s new GOP talking point suggesting that private text messages between two members of the FBI are evidence enough of a massive conspiracy to “undermine” the President.

“Republicans seeking to discredit the Bob Mueller investigation have collectively honed in on a new talking point centered around missing text messages between two FBI officials already under scrutiny for privately sharing their personal views about Trump and other politicians. Their theory goes like this– instead of a computer glitch, it was actually the FBI who deleted the texts as part of a widespread conspiracy to undermine Donald Trump,” Wallace said.

“The president tweeted about it last night. Maybe he was being sarcastic, I’m not sure any more,” Wallace conceded.

But it was when Wallace tried to read the statement from Samsung attempting to defend itself that she was overcome with laughter.

“I can’t keep reading this. This is too crazy– Let me just stop right here and say that just got bat-bleep crazy.”

Her subsequent interview with Intelligence and National Security reporter for NBC News Ken Dilanean goes on to outline the inconceivable absurdity of the “secret society” conspiracy theory currently being peddled by tin hat Republicans– and repeated by the rest of the party.

In case Republican voters were ever concerned with how their tax dollars are being spent by the “fiscal conservatives” in Washington, this speaks volumes.

Watch the entire segment below.

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