Apparently Mr. Trump believes that we Montanans are the single dumbest audience he’s run into so far in his long, lying career, to tell us Montanans a record number of lies on his recent visit to our fair state:
“On Thursday, the Washington Post published a remarkable story on its front page revealing a recent spike in the number of ‘false and misleading claims’ made by President Trump. In his first year as president, Trump made 2,140 false claims, according to the Post. In just the last six months, he has nearly doubled that total to 4,229. In June and July, he averaged 16 false claims a day. On July 5, the Post found what appears to be Trump’s most untruthful day yet: 76 per cent of the 98 factual assertions he made in a campaign-style rally in Great Falls, Montana, were “false, misleading or unsupported by evidence.” (Courtesy, “The New Yorker”).
Granted that the vast majority of his supporters – whether out of ignorance or apathy – either don’t know, or don’t care that he’s a serial, compulsive liar, but the rest of us should be appalled that he holds the rest of us Montanans in so much contempt as to think he can get away with that, here in this wonderful state.
By now it should be clear that Trump, and Republicans in general have little regard for the truth, or for the well-being of the American people, but there may soon come a time – preferably in the November elections – when we Montanans (and all Americans!) will say, “Enough of these lying liars!” and vote them out by the bushel.
There may yet be time to reverse the destruction Republican majorities have caused this country, but the November elections may be our last chance. Vote!
This article provided by NewsEdge.