Politico scores him at one major new lie for every five minutes he speaks.
PolitiFact reports that more than three quarters of his formal pronouncements are “mostly or totally false.”
FactCheck says he “tramples the truth.”
Donald Trump repeatedly lies about so many things at every turn, often contradicting himself several times in the same breath. Any attempt to discern lucidity in his rambling diatribes is doomed to failure. One might as well attempt to adequately describe the color of air.
The man is an utter fraud. The fact he is capturing such a loyal, fanatical following should bring deep pause and sleepless nights to all but the badly bewildered. Disregarding this danger is unpatriotic and un-American.
To his credit, our own fourth Congressional District Representative Tom McClintock has not succumbed to the trumpeting call of deceitfully deranged Donald. Tom is supporting Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) during these final primary days. For resigning from the House Freedom Caucus last September and observing that this ultra right-wing group had displayed “hardball tactics that undermines conservative goals ,” Mr. McClintock should also receive congratulatory recognition - herein extended.
Things are coming to a head on both sides of the political spectrum.
Recognizing that Senator Bernie Sanders may be nearing the end of his long sought, valiantly fought, immeasurably impressive presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton could well make history as our first female president. If that’s so, why not double our pleasure and double our fun by choosing Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts as her running mate?
I was first introduced to Senator Warren in Michael Moore’s “Capitalism: A Love Story.”
At the time, she was chair of a Congressional Oversight Panel created to oversee the U.S. banking bailout that involved hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars. When Michael asked her in the film where the money went, she candidly replied with genuine frustration and refreshing candor, “I don’t know” - a question that remains largely unanswered to this day.
A seemingly perfect choice to develop and oversee a new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Elizabeth Warren was named as a senior adviser to President Barack Obama on Sept. 17, 2010, then went on to earn her nickname “Sheriff of Wall Street” - ruffling more than a few feathers outside and inside the Obama administration.
Five years ago, while testifying before a congressional panel, Warren questioned the scope of state and federal investigations into alleged mortgage abuses and illegal foreclosures perpetrated by the nation's largest mortgage companies, marking the very first time a senior White House official publicly broke ranks with the president over the issue and raising fresh questions about the wisdom of the government's rush to settle with the firms.
She testified that government agencies might not have sufficiently investigated claims that banks such as JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Citigroup and Ally Financial illegally seized borrowers’ homes.
Four days later, bowing to heavy political pressure, President Obama announced Warren was being passed over as his choice to become permanent director of the very organization she had created, instead choosing to nominate Warren’s second-in-command, thus caving in to those who decided Elizabeth Warren was being far, far too serious in her quest for meaningful banking regulations and reform.
Since she couldn’t beat the boys in the Senate, this former Harvard law professor decided to join them. Running for office against heavy odds and big money thrown against her, Senator Warren was elected to replace Scott Brown in Nov. 2012. Elizabeth Warren is now senior senator from Massachusetts - offering impeccable credentials - having consistently proven herself these last few years as an unwavering voice of progressive thought.
Senator Warren offers the Democratic ticket a perfect answer to those concerned about maintaining the allegiance and passion of youth this critical election cycle - without which victory cannot be assured.
Clinton/Warren in 2016.
It’s a Tennessee mountain point of view . “If you’re gonna have one - might as well have two!” (Miranda Lambert & The Pistol Annies 2011).