What is the cost of lies?

What is the cost of lies?

I don’t know if you’re aware of this, but the first and the last words spoken in the 5-part miniseries “Chernobyl” are identical: What is the cost of lies?

Well, in 2020, the cost of lies is a Democrat nominee who believes every slanderous smear the media has levied against President Donald J. Trump.

Despite numerous fact-checks debunking it, Joseph Robinette Biden based his entire campaign on the flat-out lie that Trump called White Supremacists and Neo-Nazis “very fine people.”

Last night’s debate had Joe regurgitating a litany of falsehoods that the unprincipled media have burped out since before Donald Trump won in 2016.

What is the cost of lies?

Well, Joe Biden shamelessly using his dead son to attack President Trump over the quickly debunked Atlantic story that Trump called veterans “losers” and “suckers.”

The media’s lies about Donald Trump work on the woefully uninformed and the Trump-deranged. And while Joe Biden might not be one of the Trump-deranged, he is woefully uninformed.

What is the cost of lies?

A Democrat nominee who falls for every hoax that’s come down the pike because the news media no longer informs the public.

What struck me as I watched the debate last night was something I’ve talked about before. There is the real Donald Trump and then there is the fictional Monster Trump the media has spent the last four years creating through their endless lies.

What is the cost of lies?

Well, Joe Biden spending last night debating the the media-created Monster Trump instead of the real man.

This is the cost of the media’s lies.

But I guarantee you that Joe Biden, in the throes of dementia, has no earthly idea that these attacks he relies on to go after Trump are all lies. He heard them, they got stuck in that fetid stew he calls a brain, and he just repeats them ad nauseam as if he’s repeating Truth.

Now, don’t get me wrong. Joe Biden has a long history of flagrantly lying about his opponents – not to mention flagrantly lying about his own biography. But now, with his mind turning to mush, Joe can’t differentiate between truth and lies if his life depended on it.

I’m convinced that Joe doesn’t know that Donald Trump never called Nazis and White Supremacists “very fine people.”

Nor does he know that Donald Trump did not call veterans “losers” and “suckers.”

Joe doesn’t know that over the past four years, President Trump has repeatedly condemned White Supremacists.

What is the cost of lies?

Weak-minded fools like Joe Biden get suckered each and every time by the media’s slander.

And, see, that’s what makes Chris Wallace’s performance in last night’s debate so disgusting. While Wallace didn’t hesitate to fact-check the President, he let Joe peddle these vicious lies.

Worse still, Wallace cited the “White Supremacists and Nazis are very fine people” hoax as the reason Joe entered the race without even pointing out that Trump never, ever said it.

The rest of the media hacks aren’t going to fact-check Joe on any of this either. Why? Because they’re the ones who created the Fictional Trump using these lies. They want people believing that the Monster Trump they created is the real man. Calling out Biden for being the sucker he is for falling for these lies would be counter-productive for them.

This is why I strongly encouraged you to read Kurt Schlichter’s latest book The 21 Biggest Lies About Donald Trump (and you!).

What is the cost of lies?

The truth gets lost in the noise.

We need to reclaim the truth which means knowing the lies.

Or, as Kurt puts it in his book, “If we don’t dispute their lies, accusations soon become verdicts.”

We saw the cost of lies during last night’s debate. Biden treated those accusations as verdicts, and Chris Wallace did nothing to stop him.

I said in my previous post that President Trump is a learning debater who uses the first debate to figure out how best to combat his opponent.

Now that Trump has seen first-hand how willing Biden is to peddle in lies and slanders, he should be prepared to confront them head-on in the next debate. Because I guarantee you, Biden will repeat every one of those lies the next time they meet.

It will have to be up to Trump to fact-check Biden’s litany of lies. Because nobody in the news media, and certainly not the moderator, is going to do it for us.

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8 thoughts on “What is the cost of lies?

  • September 30, 2020 at 11:54 am
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    Incredible that Wallace brought up the Charlottesville lie without pointing out that it had been THOROUGHLY debunked.

    Also infuriating that Biden called Trump a racist–one created the lowest black unemployment rate ever and the other referred to Obama as “a clean, articulate black man.” One worked on prison reform while the other said, “You cannot go to a 7-11 or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent.” One continues to create opportunities for minorities and the other said, “I have great relationships with them [Somalis] because there’s an awful lot driving cabs and are friends of mine.” One wants to eliminate critical race theory as destructive and the other said “poor kids are just as smart as white kids.” Who’s the racist?

    • September 30, 2020 at 6:39 pm
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      And why didn’t Wallace question Plugs on the anti-Semitic comments by some of his staffers?

      After the debate, I turned on OANN. THEY ABSOLUTELY DESTROYED CHRIS WALLACE! They took him apart point by point. It was delicious.

  • September 30, 2020 at 11:55 am
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    It is certain that the “fetid stew” Hidin Biden had as a brain leaked out of one, or both, ears many years ago. Biden is merely an empty shell with an evacuated cranium. The lies fed to him by his handlers mostly travel straight through, with a few of them endlessly bouncing around, occasionally to burst forth verbally, usually as a nearly incomprehensible word salad. Serious elder abuse charges should be leveled at Jill, sorry, Dr. Jill, Biden and the DNC. When poor Joe is finally put out to pasture, he won’t recognize what has happened. Instead, he will likely believe it is the latest venue for one of his massive campaign rallies. President Trump smells blood in the water, and hack “moderators” like Chrissy Wallace have no effective shark repellent to dissuade him from the hunt. BTW, hat tip to James Woods for tweeting out the short clip that revealed the wire under his right lapel, certainly part of whatever device DNC operatives were using to coach Dopey Joe through the the debacle masquerading as a debate. I’m going to need a lot more popcorn for the next two debates, if they occur at all.

  • September 30, 2020 at 12:42 pm
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    “ America is finally united! Nobody liked this debate. It was a bar room brawl without the broken bottles”.
    Howard Kurtz

    Maybe the real brawl will take place November 4th.

  • September 30, 2020 at 1:09 pm
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    I’m sure the claims that more people tuned in to watch this debate than any in history are accurate. However, I’d be willing to bet that after 15 minutes or so, much, if not most, of the viewing audience decided to switch channels to watch something more productive than the debate, like: “Bowling for Dollars,” re-runs of “The French Chef,” or, the American Indian head test pattern.

    • September 30, 2020 at 1:16 pm
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      Ratings were way down. So those claims aren’t based on the television ratings.

      • September 30, 2020 at 3:47 pm
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        Thank you for the update. The debate was awful. If the reruns were aired at Guantanamo, the UN would cite us for torture. Heck, after a few minutes of Biden math and Wallace pomposity, I would’ve confessed to being on the grassy knoll.

        As a spinoff based on your reference to Monster Trump, there is a Chinese company — Tencent Holdings — which has a 10-15% share of just about everything in the world (the NBA, Lego, etc.); they’re like an octopus with tentacles everywhere and WeChat is one of their holdings. Tencent is also very big in the computer streaming and gaming industry — not in development, but financing through stock ownership just about everyone that streams worldwide events or creates games (e.g., Epic Games [think Fortnite], et al). Trump’s stand against Tencent over WeChat has given the gaming community hope that Trump will boot Tencent out of the US gaming culture. Gamers could well be Trump supporters, particularly as Biden is in the pocket of the Chinese. If Trump succeeds against Tencent, is it that far-fetched that in the future Monster drink (a staple of gamers) would use Trump as a symbol? 😉

  • September 30, 2020 at 10:44 pm
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    You and Anne Coultre have teamed up for a great theme:
    “Biden’s entire campaign is based on the media’s lies…”
    “What is the cost of lies?”

    ..

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