Republican Lies category archive
Scott Lemieux rounds up a list of suspects.
(Surprise. They are not who Republicans tell you they are.)
At Above the Law, Elizabeth Dye notes that Donald Trump seems confused
about a lot of things as to where he maintains his legal domicile.
Matthew Fleischer looks at Georgia’s game of three-card monte with COVID-19 stats. An excerpt:
And yet data don’t lie. Or do they?
Thanks to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, we now know things did indeed look too good to be true.
Georgia’s coronavirus numbers looked so rosy because officials misrepresented the data in such a way it’s difficult to believe it wasn’t done on purpose.
One of the links to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the one cited around the phrase “misrepresented the data” in the excerpt above, is broken. Try this one instead.
David discusses the how the air came out of Donald Trump’s trumped-up (you will pardon the expression) Obamagate balloon.
In line with Sam Seder’s comment that I cited earlier this week,
That’s the Trump strategy in a nutshell: If we don’t have evidence, there’s no way for people to know about it . . . .
now comes Florida Man (much, much more at the link):
The woman who created and ran Florida’s online coronavirus data site has been removed from her job, just days after she said she fought the state Department of Health’s efforts to make the data harder to access for the public, researchers and the media.
Rebekah Jones, whose work to build the user-friendly COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard drew praise and publicity, said her commitment to maximum transparency resulted in her removal from the dashboard project.