Berto Jongman: Trump & The Truth — Comment by Robert Steele

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Trump and the Truth: A President Tests His Own Credibility

Since Mr. Trump became a presidential candidate, PolitiFact has evaluated more than 500 assertions and found 69 percent of them mostly false, false or “pants on fire” false. By comparison, it judged 26 percent of the statements by Mr. Obama that it evaluated as false and the same percentage for those by Hillary Clinton.

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Robert David STEELE Vivas

ROBERT STEELE:  The above claim is totally dishonest. While there is no question but that the President is a skilled user of what he himself calls “truthful hyperbole” or “innocent exaggeration,” in no way does the translate into the kind of massive lying that is carried out by the Deep State, the Shadow Government, and its media servants every single day. No question about it, the President know how to use words to achieve an effect. The New York Times, however, is vastly more dishonest and tells vastly more lies in one day than President Trump might tell in his entire Administration.  This is the traitorous rag that sold us the Iraq war with 935 known lies led by Dick Cheney and chronicled in Charles’ Lewis book. The mainstream media is a propaganda machine that totally supports all of the false narratives against Russia, against North Korea, against Iran, against the American public. Not only is the author of the above article (and the editors) culpable for defamation and knowledge of falsity, they are also indictable for persistently and with malice aforethought lying to the public about everything from agriculture and energy to health and security and water. The comparison between the Deep State / Shadow Government crimes of prior presidents covered up by the media, and the earnest efforts of our President to defeat the Deep State, restore the Constitution, and lift up the Republic, are draconian. For The New York Times to call our President a liar is easily the equivalent of Idi Amin calling a cop who shoots a kid a “mass murderer.” There is no comparison between the lies — and the damages to the Republic stemming from those lies — as told by Crap News Network, The New York Times, and others of their ilk; and the “truthful hyperbole of our President who has in passing unified the Koreas and set the stage for us to leave Syria while issuing 10,00 sealed indictments and taken other measures to prepare for a financial re-set that will favor Main Street over Wall Street, the 99% over the 1%. We need a Truth Channel that blends honest social media that cannot be censored, manipulated, or used to digitally assassinate conservative voices. I am just back from a Sunday with John McAfee, during which time we discussed who to bring together to create this Truth Channel rooted in blockchain technology that assures every individual of the sacred rights of Anonymity, Identity, Privacy, and Security. What he told me was that most of the blockchain replacements for Amazon, Facebook, Google, MeetUp, Twitter, YouTube, and Wikipedia already exist, they just have not been integrated and publicized.  It is to that mission that I now turn my attention, dividing my time between that and the Judicial Commission of Inquiry on child abuse.

Below is one graphic on the degree to which information pathologies prevail in the USA today. The New York Times is shit — worthless shit. The time has come to bury them.

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See Especially:

Review: 935 Lies – The Future of Truth and the Decline of America’s Moral Integrity

Review: Killing Hope – US Military and CIA Interventions Since World War II

See Also:

Truth @ Phi Beta Iota