Special “An Exceptionally Egregious Euphemism” E-dition

MONDAY, MAY 13, 2019
Trump’s 843rd Day In Office
Because We Really Need To Be More Precise

          Earlier this year, Our Garrulous Grammarian said one way you might guess you’ve been listening to a Politically Correct Person was when you heard that person use a lot of “Euphemisms.” What’s a “Euphemism?” According to Dictonary.com, it’s when you use a mild, indirect, or vague expression for one thought to be offensive, harsh, or blunt.

Garrulous says the most common euphemism is probably “passed away,” which many people – including newscasters who obviously know better – use instead of the word “died.” Politicians always say they “misspoke” when they really “lied.” And Obama has always used “Euphemisms” for every subject under the sun to obscure his unpopular agenda.

Garrulous also provided a list of “Some Other Common Euphemisms You Often Hear In Politics” and you can see that list HERE.

That’s why at yesterday’s meeting of the Conservative Agenda, Political Insiders were talking about the way Trump has been complaining about all that “Fake News” lately and Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane said it’s long past time The Blower reclassified “Fake News” from a “Precise Term” to a “Euphemism,” because “Fake News” isn’t nearly strong enough for the media’s mendacity as they continue to undermine the Trump administration while sacrificing every iota of reputation. No wonder they’ve finally been unmasked as the biased hypocrites we’ve always declared them to be.

What we’ve been seeing is not “Fake News.” It’s “Lies.” And the people who knowingly tell you something that is untrue are not “Reporters,” “Pundits,” or “News Babes.” They’re “Liars.”

That’s why The Blower, as the Official Publication of Record For The Conservative Agenda, will now be using the terms “News Lies” and “News Liars” to be more precise whenever we refer to that which we formerly merely classified as “Fake News.”