Paul Revere by Cyrus Dallin, North End, Boston

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"FETUS,

TRANSGENDER, VULNERABLE, ENTITLEMENT, DIVERSITY,

EVENDENCE-BASED, SCIENCE-BASED."

Thursday, January 5, 2017

What A Sad Little Liar Donnie Is



His desperate need to be admired and to believe the world adores him forces him to ignore reality and just make shyte up (as if no one would ever fact-check him).

This is very funny. How easily his stupid Tweets reveal what a clumsy liar he often is:

If he's a lying liar on something as insignificant as Billboard album sales, imagine the whoppers he'll come up with once he's in the Louis XVI White House.



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7 comments:

Dave Miller said...

Let's be charitable, like the WSJ, and give him the benefit of the doubt and not say he's lying due to a "lack of intent."

That just means he's wrong most of the time... another trait we probably don't want to see in our President...

Shaw Kenawe said...


Dave, Trump is more of a b.s.er, I guess than a liar. Or maybe it's 50-50. Half the time he's lying and half the time he's b.s.ing? Neither one is admirable in a person, let alone a POTUS.

Rational Nation USA said...

His supporters (adoring fans) most likely never do fact check him. If they did their conclusion would probably be the fact checkers were lying. That is apparently what they concluded pre election time.



Kevin Robbins said...

The sun came up this morning, too. Thank you President Elect Trump.

Jerry Critter said...

Trump lives in a world where reality is what he wants it to be rather than what it actually is. That's not just being wrong. I call it being delusional.

Dave Miller said...

Shaw... remember the people who said Pres Bush lied about WMD's and as such, the justification for getting us into the Iraq War? I never believed those folks. I think Bush was an honorable man. But in believing he did not lie about that, the only other option is that he was horribly, horribly wrong.

Which we now know he was.

So... Trump, if he is not lying, because that needs intent to deceive, then we must assume that he is just plain wrong, as Bush was, on almost everything he says. And wait for the next horribly, horribly wrong moment.

It's not a good place to be...

Infidel753 said...

We understand "the movement" very well. It's just too bad we have to let it float around stinking everything up for four years until we can finally flush it away.