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Are we being fooled by ‘the big lie’?

I too am a Vietnam vet. Serving over two and half years in South East Asia and flying over 2,000 hours of combat time. I believe and trust President Trump and so should you.

Dorothy and the gang truly believed in the Wizard, right up until they caught a glimpse of that man behind the curtain. Everything Democrats are doing now is in a frenzy to prevent anyone from being exposed to the reality they’ve so hysterically spent four years obscuring. The election is so close now they can taste it. But they’ve got a queen-sized blanket trying to cover a king-sized bed; too much truth is creeping through.

Too many people are seeing mobs burning cities and beating people, liberal politicians preaching one thing and doing another, and the economic comeback. But it’s too late to change tactics now, they’ve already pushed all their chips into the center of the table. With just a few weeks to go, the big lies are only going to get bigger, i.e. “President Trump said veterans are losers”!

If Democrats have the truth on their side, why do they need to lie so much? It’s a question for the ages. Every time you turn on the news or open a paper, some headline is blaring about how President Trump is a disaster. You name it, coronavirus, trade, the economy, race relations, the military, schools. Everywhere you look there is a liberal Democrat with a press credential telling you how those things and more are bad, and have never been worse, no matter the evidence to the contrary.

Adolf Hitler called it the “Big Lie,” and the political left has embraced it, flooding the air waves with it.

The Democrats’ strategy is telling a lie bigger than people think a lie can be, forcing people’s brains to seek truth in it, or vest some faith in it even after no proof can be found. This strategy is like a vampire staring into a mirror and convincing himself he has nothing in his teeth.

Democrats have lied to the American public for decades — all politicians do, to one degree or another. However, past lies worked because they were mixed in with some truth. It was like a pill mixed in some raw hamburger to get a dog to eat it. They were the burnt chip that got past quality control, and fell into the bag. For the Democrat, lies are all they have to offer.

Nothing the Democrat claims stands up to even basic scrutiny, which is why the echo chamber is so important to them.

Should anyone wander outside it they risk being exposed to reality, and reality is their kryptonite. Ever wonder why so many outlets spend so much time attacking Fox News? This is why. They are desperate to convince anyone snared in the web that someone like Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity or Laura Ingraham are racists so they won’t bother to see for themselves. We watch so you don’t have to. We show short, out of context clips and lie about them in the hope that you’ll never watch yourself. They’re terrified their audiences will catch an unfiltered look at the world.

The idea of the current big lie theory started three years ago with the New York Times. Accusing President Trump, ironically enough, of using the tactic (Democrats are always doing what they accuse Republicans of doing).

The mainstream media knew it would never come into our heads to fabricate such colossal untruths, neither did we believe that American citizens could have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously.

Robert Ware

French Creek

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