How You Know Trump Is Lying
~ Roedy (1948-02-04 age:70)
- Trump is a compulsive liar. He lies even when he does not need to and even when it is trivially easy to catch
him in his lie.
- Consider his famous lie that he did not mock a disabled reporter, Serge F. Kovaleski. He claimed he did not
do it, yet everyone has seen him do it over and over on tape (unless of course they watch only FOX news).
- Trump claims 21 women are all falsely accusing him of sexual assault. He also accuses their witnesses
and corroborators. Oddly though, on the Access Hollywood tape, he confessed to routinely sexually assaulting
women. Who should we believe? the Trump that denies sexual assaults or the one that confessed to making it a
habit? With all those accusers, the odds of Trump being innocent are about the same as Bill Cosby.
- Trump accused the Clintons of robbing their own charity. Trump has been caught over and over robbing
his own charity. He tends to accuse others of his own crimes. Yet the auditors said the Clinton
Foundation was one of the best run, most effective charities on the planet. How would Trump know more about the
inner workings than the auditors? He is just bluffing.
- Trump can’t help giving himself away. All through the election he kept claiming the election was
rigged, even though he refused to provide any evidence. It turned out he was the one, in concert with Putin,
- He often claims knowledge and skills he does not have, like the intricacies of hacking. He do not even know
how to write a 10-line computer program in Basic. He also claimed to know more about the middle east than the
combined generals, even though he did not even know the names of the players in the region.
- During the election, according to Politifacts fact-checking, Trump lied 75% of the
time, many times higher than the average politician.
- Twitter allows Trump to issue short cryptic remarks and refuse questions to elaborate.
- Trump has some standard tricks: Trump tells each lie three times. If he is accused of some wrongdoing, he
falsely accuses the accuser of the same crime. If some asks an embarrassing question, Trump accuses him of lying
and refuses to answer. Trump affects phony righteous indignation whenever he is accused of wrongdoing.
- The bottom line is this. Trump lies far more often than he tells the truth. Thus, if there is any doubt, the
odds are he is lying, yet again.