I was always under the impression that that If you put a positive (aka 0 phase) input on base #1 and a negative (180 phase) on base #2 and took the output from Collector #2 you would see an inversion relative to the input at base #1

When i put my scope on the input and output in my circuit they are in phase. How is that possible considering the drive for the second transistor (base #2 ) is inverted?

So what I'm seeing is

My red line VIN1 as compared to the Blue line VO2 Are in phase.

I dont understand how thats possible?