Daily Archives: November 21, 2019

Our Special “Political Prevaricators” E-dition


Trump’s 1,035th Day In Office

Today’s E-dition Has Been Approved For Research On The 2016 Election By The Presidential Historical Society Because So Many Little Things Reported In The 2016 Blower (Like The Destroy Trump Forces’ Coup) Are Still Making News Today.

That’s Why Today With 60 Days Till President-Elect Trump’s Inauguration, Presidential Scholars Should Study The Blower’s “POLITICAL PREVARICATORS E-DITION” (Three Years Ago Today)  To Analyze The Greatest Election In History.



A Liar By Any Other Name…


The crisis continues in what passes for journalism in America, as we see the typical hypocritical double-standards from the “dishonest media” and their misled victims continuing to “protest” Donald Trump’s election as US President after more than 300 days in office, from same sectors who roasted Trump for declaring he would not straightaway accept the election result, pending suspicions of rigging.

Some people at the New York Times must not have forgotten last year when Publisher image014Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr. vowed to “rededicate” his paper to reporting honestly, following their dishonest reporting of the Trump Campaign, because the very next day, New York Times reporters hypocritically hailed anti-Trump demonstrators in “Protesters Take Anti-Trump Message to His Doorstep, and Plan Next Steps.”

Maybe that’s why our Quote for Today Committee chose Hitler’s Nazi Propaganda Minister Dr. Joseph Goebbels’ “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it, especially all those Dumbed-Down, Self-Absorbed, Media-Influenced, Celebrity-Obsessed, Politically-Correct, Uninformed, image010Short-Attention-Span, Free-Stuff Grabbing, Low-Information Obama Supporters Who Put The Positively Worst President In History In The White House—Twice, And Had Planned To Give Obama A Third Term By Voting For “Crooked Hillary,” And Get All Of Their “Fake News” From Our Local Obama Supporters In The Press, Like The Ones At The Fishwrap, and on Channels 5, 9, 12, and 19.


Hurley the Historian says according to the History Channel, on Friday’s date in 1973, President Richard Nixon insisted he was not a crook, but that whopper was only surpassed when Presidential Pants-dropper Bill Clinton image006wagged his finger at the camera and swore “I did not have sex with that woman — Ms. Lewinsky.” These days, some people are just comparing those whoppers with a few of Obama’s campaign promises, which cynics are finally calling either “lying” or “incompetence.”

So the biggest problem for our so-called journalists these days would be coming up with a way to report Obama and all those Dishonest DemocRATS lied without having to call them “Liars.” It sounds so judgmental.

Four years ago, Dishonest DemocRAT House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer claimed it was not a lie when Obama told Americans they could keep their plans, because people interpreted what he said “expansively,” whatever the hell that’s supposed to mean.

          And how about when the “as yet un-rededicated” New York Times called Obama’s “Keep Your Plan Lie” an “Incorrect Promise?” That was the first time we’d seen that expression used—EVER! And all of this was because it wouldn’t have been Politically Correct for any of our Kneepad Liberals in the Press to call our Previous Political Prevaricator in the White House a “Liar.”

These days, many people say “Crooked Hillary” is coming into her own as America’s Worst Liar in Political History.

So wait a minute, maybe if Perfidious Politicians just used words that meant the same thing as “Lies” and “Liars,” it might not sound so bad.

Our Roster of Synonyms might include:

  • Bluff: a statement intended to deceive or confuse
  • Canard: an unsubstantiated story or report
  • Deceit: a deceptive statement
  • Deception: A statement or action intended to mislead
  • Distortion: a deviation from the true meaning, or an overstatement of proportion
  • Equivocation: a misleading or confusing statement based on the possibility of differing interpretations
  • Exaggeration: an overstatement or overemphasis
  • Fable: a fictitious statement or story, in the sense of something made up to explain or justify an unmerited action or state of affairs
  • Fabrication: a made-up fact or incident
  • Fairy tale: a misleading story, especially a simplistic one that would not be expected to deceive anyone
  • Fallacy: a deceptive or erroneous statement; also, a false idea or a flawed argument
  •  Falsehood: something untrue or inaccurate
  •  Falsification: an alteration of facts in order to deceive
  •  Falsity (see falsehood)
  •  Fib: a simple, perhaps transparent lie
  •  Fiction: an invented statement or story
  • Half-truth: a statement with some basis in truth that nevertheless serves to deceive
  • Humbug: a false, deceptive, or nonsensical statement
  •  Invention: a statement crafted to deceive
  •  Jive: a deceptive, insincere, or nonsensical statement
  • Libel: a written or similarly presented lie that defames a person
  • Mendacity: an act of lying
  •  Misconception: a poor understanding, perhaps deliberate, of a fact
  •  Misinformation: a purported fact presented with the intent to deceive
  •  Misinterpretation: a deviation from the facts or from a reasonable analysis of them
  •  Misreport: an inaccurate account
  • Misrepresentation: an erroneous or unfair interpretation of facts
  • Misstatement: an inaccurate or erroneous comment
  • Myth: a perpetuated notion, belief, or tradition that is suspect or unfounded
  • Obliquity: a deviation from the truth to obscure or confuse
  •  Perjury: a lie presented under oath
  • Pose: a false or deceptive position or self-representation
  • Pretense: an unsupported claim, an insincere purpose or intention, or a superficial effort
  • Prevarication: a deviation from the truth
  •  Slander: an injuriously false statement about a person
  • Story: a lie, or a rumor
  •  Tale: a false representation
  •  Taradiddle: nonsense (also, see fib)
  • Untruth: a deviation from truth or the facts
  •  Whopper: an outsized lie
  • image016THEN THERE ARE EXPRESSIONS like artistic license, bag, beat around the bush, blow smoke, bullshit, front, fuck, fudge, full of shit, give a bum steer, head game, hose, kosh, run drag, salt up, shady, shit, snow, well, whitewash, wind up, and yank (one’s) chain.
  • ANOTHER LIST includes balderdash, baloney, blowy, bobo, bogus, bollocks,booty chatter, booty-cheddar, bullshit, bull shit, bull stuff – codswallop, crap, crock, crock of shit, drag, epizootics of the blowhole, flapdoodle, FOS, full of crap, full of it, gobbledygook, hokum, hooey, horse shit, malarkey, malarkey, mumbo jumbo, noise, piffle, pile of pants, pish posh, poppycock ,pork pie, rubbish, shit, soup, spit, stretch, sugar honey ice tea, twaddle, wind up, and windy.
  • DID THEY FORGET “Bamboozle,” “Hoodwink,” and “Horns woggle?”

You know, if keep this up, we’ll be able to give each of the 535 Members of Congress his own special phrase to use every time he’s economical with the truth, tries to spin a yarn, or is just full of shit.

  • FINALLY, AT YESTERDAY’S MEETING OF THE CONSERVATIVE AGENDA, Political Insiders were asking Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane who came up with the three kinds of lies as Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics. “That quote is often attributed to Benjamin Disraeli, the 19th century British Prime Minister,” Kane explained, “but if we want to use it these days, we’d probably have to say the three kinds of lies are “Lies, Damn Lies, and Just About Every Time Obama and Hillary Open Their Mouths.”


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