Tag Archives: lies
I saw this interview. Joe diGenova is a veteran of inside politics and inside DC experience. He is also a good lawyer who’s wife is representing Mr. Campbell, who was an FBI informant during a HUGE Russian scandal dealing with … Continue reading
Or the fraudulent, manipulating, story telling, always the hero bureaucrat that wants to protect- and enhance- his reputation. Comey is smart and wily, a veteran of inside DC hardball, and an angry former employee. Trump should have followed protocol and … Continue reading
From the mouths of drunks and fools occasionally a serious and honest statement blurts out. Ben Rhodes made a splash after pushing through the Iranian deal by lying to the MSM about its value and it’s underlying bad deals. When … Continue reading
First off, no more Zimmerman or Wilson type cases. Assume that all you see is NOT what appears to be. The BLM/Obama/MSM effort to turn all shootings into bad shootings (especially on video) is a dangerous and lethal thing. As … Continue reading
This is really simple and a great opportunity once again to witness humans in a place and time where the government lies to them and they accept it en mass- like Japan, China, Russia and Germany. We laugh at “those … Continue reading
I was not surprised, but I was disappointed when the administration- which has said repeatedly for months in Congressional testimony it cannot get statistics on how the system is working and how many signed up (which is a lie)– now … Continue reading
NRO noted what I did, that the same numbers according to the administration have different meanings.
What drives logical people crazy example 1: When the administration says they are excited that 20 million people had “hit” their Obamacare website and felt that as significant, others reminded them unique hits are curiosities, not something to get all … Continue reading
I often tell my kids to pay attention. They are teenagers, so that is a futile wish. However, I so wish for it to happen, because in thirty years, in one possible future or the other, they will be called … Continue reading
National Review points out what some of missed. Lerner at the IRS may have released the story intentionally.
It was coming out. She knew it. So she had an “accidental” question asked so she could admit to the error AND EXPLAIN IT INNOCENTLY before the report came out. Nice. Very nice. Lie No. 1: Lois Lerner’s apology last … Continue reading