Republican Lies category archive
David comments on Piers Morgan’s recent interview with Sarah Palin, who seems firmly entrenched in the Fox News bubble.
Yastreblyansky is not impressed by Rand Paul’s stance that
a government official’s inciting insurrection while acting in his official capacity shouting “Fire!” in a crowded theatre is just a bit of free speech.
At the Las Vegas Sun, Brad Swanson tells the story of a relative who has become a confirmed Trumpette, believing that the recent election was stolen, as well as the other lies trumpeted by Trump and his dupes, symps, and fellow travelers. A snippet (emphasis added):
The biggest factor, studies show, is sustained immersion in the sea of fake news, and exclusion from other viewpoints — whether voluntarily, i.e. choosing to live in an “echo chamber,” or involuntarily due to government control of the media, as in Nazi Germany and Rwanda.
No matter how rational we think we are, when we only hear a single perspective time after time, we start to internalize and accept it.
The truth can’t make you free if you can’t (or won’t–ed.) hear it.
Rachel reads Marjorie Taylor Greene’s “lasers from space” Facebook post, after citing Congressman Kevin McCarthy’s statement that Greene told him she knows nothing about it.
Via C&L, which has commentary.
Above the Law’s Kathryn Rubino reports on Smartmatic’s $2.7 billion defamation law suit against Fox News and its dupes, symps, and fellow travelers.
The introduction to the filing is a doozy.
The lawsuits seem to bearing fruit.
Mayhap a working weapon against the purveyors of piffle has been found.
As Farron mentioned, documented cases of voter fraud seem invariably to fall at the feet of Republicans.
Republicans are not even trying to hide their intentions any longer.
Read the article Farron discusses.