2.1 False Claims A Day And Counting

Toronto Star reporter Daniel Dale’s pursuit of Trump falsehoods began innocently enough. Last September, around the time Trump called Elizabeth Warren “Pocahontas” , Daniel wrote a column on weird/false wannabe president Trump Tweets. Popularity of the piece prompted his editor to suggest it become a regular feature. Eight days later filmmaker Michael Moore tweeted – “this Canadian journalist, every single day in the Toronto Star, lists all the lies that Donald Trump spoke that day. Shames the US media.” Thus began Dale’s diligent scrutiny.

Being a well mannered Canadian Daniel stopped short of calling Trump froth lies. Benefit of the doubt took ignorance into consideration, choosing instead “false claims”. Today the Star published all fact checked “false claims” since Trump’s inauguration on January 20, 2017. Ponder 337 and counting, an average of 2.1 false claims a day.
Linked below – all false Trump claims since inauguration including a searchable data base by topic.

https://www.thestar.com/news/world/2017/06/26/donald-trump-has-said-100s-of-false-things-heres-all-of-them.html

 

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3 thoughts on “2.1 False Claims A Day And Counting

  1. Reblogged this on Scotties Toy Box and commented:
    This is a great resource. I hope all Americans are paying attention because his messed up actions affect us all. I do not understand those who voted for him knowing these things, it terrifies me that some still support him because of these things. Hugs

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