I suppose the incompetent and illegitimate Trump Administration thought it would give Kellyanne Conway and Sean Spicer a break from internet scorn as it sent senior policy adviser Stephen Miller out to peddle Twitler’s lies.
From thoroughly debunked allegations of “voter fraud” to ridiculously unsubstantiated claims that thousands of voters were bused into New Hampshire to illegally cast ballots, to the laughable assertion that Sean Spicer’s statements are “‘true and important’ and ‘always 100% correct’, it’s clear that Miller’s appearance on ABC’s “This Week” with George Stephanopoulus was evidence that Republicans think the American people are stupid enough to believe their lies if the lies are incessantly repeated.
To his credit, Stephanopoulos didn’t let Miller’s lies stink up the air unchallenged, continuously noting there is zero evidence of voter fraud.
The Washington Post gave Miller a “bushel of Pinocchios,” as the rest of the internet joined the fray against today’s lie from the Orange Menace, challenging the Trump monstrosity to produce the evidence they know does not exist.
For example, United States Federal Election Commissioner, Ellen Weintraub tweeted:
New Hampshire Senator, Jean Shaheen jumped in:
While we’re all shaking our heads at their brazen lies, let’s remember that lying is a tried and true fascist tactic. While we debunk the lies, they’re passing voter restrictions aimed at usurping popular will and solidifying their illegitimate power.
I wasn’t the only one to note the fascist strain in today’s GOP:
Check out some more tweets, below.
Yes, he’s creepy. We should listen to that little voice inside that says, “yes. this is a creepy, fascist, bastard.”
Of course, Twitler was quite pleased with Miller’s willingness to be the face of American fascism.
And… while we’re on the subject. Um… No. “Sean Spicer” is not “always 100% correct.” In fact, not even close.
According to Politifact, of all Spicer’s statements, only his assertion “the last time Republican U.S. Senate candidates “beat more than two (incumbents) was 1980.” was noted as “true.” The rest of Spicer’s statements fall under “false” to “pants on fire” – including Twitler’s oft-repeated “voter fraud” claims.
I’m sure, by the time Spicer is fired and/or resigns in disgrace, this list will be a helluva lot longer.
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