“I don’t give him the benefit of the doubt because he’s lied so much about virtually everything.”
— Joe Biden, in an interview with NBC News, on giving President Trump the benefit of the doubt of justification for assassinating an Iranian general.
President Trump’s claim that the Ukraine whistleblower was “almost completely wrong” is the “Lie of the Year.”
In case you’ve lost count, President Trump has now made 15,413 false or misleading claims over his 1,055 days in office, according to the Washington Post. That’s an average of nearly 15 every single day.
“For quite long periods, at any rate, people can remain undisturbed by obvious lies, either because they simply forget what is said from day to day or because they are under such a constant propaganda bombardment that they become anaesthetized to the whole business.”
— George Orwell, writing in “As I Please” in 1944.
Despite the facts, Trump keeps pushin’
The notion it was Ukrainians, not Russians
Who backed his play
And won the day,
When in fact, he owes it all to Vladimir Putin.