Johnson's vote against the Manchin-Toomey amendment to expand background checksI will be checking Johnson's Facebook page a little more often now.
on gun sales drove infuriated constituents to his Facebook page to express their displeasure. As of Sunday morning, a post made Thursday explaining the vote had just under 2,000 comments.
The Victims of Government gimmick put together by the Johnson mind trust is the next target, and rightly so. The first story of woe was almost laughable, see my coverage here. A guy who took the law into his own hands, with his own money, is now whining the government is holding him accountable.
Steven Elbow's story on the backlash was the most-viewed item last week on captimes.com, but it wasn't the only time Johnson appeared in our top 10 list.
Elbow also revealed that, because U.S. legislators aren't subject to the Freedom of Information Act, Johnson's office wouldn't disclose the responses the senator has received to his "Victims of Government" project.
An old Johnson ploy. During his run for office, he stayed away from the media for the most part, and was never corrected for his egregious misstatements, fact-less fantasies, and outright lying. Johnson appears to be avoiding the more complicated "Victims" stories, while not revealing the outright criticism of his sideshow project.