True Lies?

The Fantastic Fogey
3 min readApr 19

In a world full of uncertainty, where one can’t be sure who to trust, there’s one reliably hard and fast rule that never fails. When it comes to liberals, it’s always easy to tell when their lying — their lips are moving.

Let’s examine a couple of whoppers;
“Now, in the United States, there is absolutely no reason whatsoever to wear a mask.” — Dr. Anthony Fauci March 2020.

“He does the same thing with the men that work with him. He hugs them. He kisses them.” — Andrew Cuomo’s personal lawyer, Rita Gavin in response to allegations of sexual misconduct by the New York governor.

“This is a fiery, but most peaceful protest.” — CNN journalist Omar Jiminez standing in front of a decidedly fiery and violent riot.

“He (Hunter Biden) is the smartest guy I know.” — Joe Biden referring to his son.

All the above listed statements are blatant and bald prevarications made by leftists who never met a lie they wouldn’t tell.

George Washington might not have been able to tell a lie, but modern Democrats can’t stop themselves.

First Fauci said we don’t need masks, then we must use them, and now we should wear as many masks as we can stand until we succumb to asphyxiation.

Cuomo treats men and women the same? Is that meant to imply that if you sexually harass people in a bi-sexual manner that’s some weird form of equity that makes it permissible?

Omar Jiminez could be standing in front the Hindenburg disaster and describe it as “ a nearly flawless landing.”

As for Joe, given that his closest associates include Chuck Schumer, Pete Buttigieg, and Anthony Blinken, his statement may actually be true.

But useful lies, such as calling the riot that occurred on January 6, 2020, an “insurrection” can serve a purpose.

In Washington state that purpose is House Bill SB 5843. This bill introduced by Sen. David Frockt, D-Seattle, would make it a gross misdemeanor for public officials and candidates to knowingly spread misinformation about election results in the state. It would be punishable by up to 364 days in jail and it’s gleefully supported by the state’s Mandate Mad Governor, Jay Inslee.

Inslee, whose megalomania grows each day, had this to say about the necessity of this bill,

The Fantastic Fogey

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