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Monday, February 1, 2021

It's All About Distraction Now: All The BS To Distract From What Happened At The Election

 The "shorting stock" thingy....I have paid it no attention.


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  1. Trump averaged about six claims a day in his first year as president, 16 claims day in his second year, 22 claims day in this third year—and 39 claims a day in his final year. Put another way, it took him 27 months to reach 10,000 claims and an additional 14 months to reach 20,000. He then exceeded the 30,000 mark less than five months later.

    Google trump lies and have your pick of 82 reporting agencies. All of them report over 30,000 lies

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    1. Thanks trollie, I'll get right on that. uh, but why do you start out with "claims" and then switch to lies at the last moment.

      That sounds like a lie.

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    2. Your welcome LOL

      You moron, Google "Trump Lies" is the search phrase.

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  2. Trumps untruths:

    What is especially striking is how the tsunami of untruths kept rising the longer he served as president and became increasingly unmoored from the truth.

    Trump averaged about six claims a day in his first year as president, 16 claims day in his second year, 22 claims day in this third year—and 39 claims a day in his final year. Put another way, it took him 27 months to reach 10,000 claims and an additional 14 months to reach 20,000. He then exceeded the 30,000 mark less than five months later.

    https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2021/01/donald-trump-thirty-thousand-lies/

    Veracity of statements by Donald Trump
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    Fact-checkers from The Washington Post[1] (top, monthly) the Toronto Star[2] and CNN[3] (bottom, weekly) compiled data on "false or misleading claims," and "false claims," respectively. The peaks in late 2018 correspond to the midterm elections, in late 2019 to his impeachment inquiry, and in late 2020 to the presidential election. The Post reported 30,573 false or misleading claims in 4 years,[1] an average of more than 20.9 per day.
    During his term as President of the United States, Donald Trump made tens of thousands of false or misleading claims; one report gave the number as 30,573.[1][4][5][6] Commentators and fact-checkers have described this as "unprecedented" in American politics,[7][8][9][10] and the consistency of these falsehoods became a distinctive part of both his business and political identity.[11] Trump is known to have made controversial statements and subsequently denied having done so,[12][13] and by June 2019, many news organizations had started describing some of his falsehoods as lies,[14] which are false statements that the speaker knows are false.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veracity_of_statements_by_Donald_Trump

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