“But her language is slippery.”
A rare glimpse at a hole in the narrative
The dangers of a modified limited hangout.
Fact check: Well…
“Nonsensical and misleading.”
“She’s wrong. Don’t always believe what you see on Twitter.”
“The driver attempted to leave the accident but was stopped by the reporter.”
Cotton: “It’s a done deal.”
“We don’t have affirmative action when it comes to bigotry.”
Also: Four Pinocchios for Maxine Waters on “ridiculous” attack on DeVos.
“In light of this information, we update the original Two Pinocchio rating to Four Pinocchios.”
That’s all, folks!
Women earned 38% less than men …. where?
Plus, two Pinocchios from the WaPo.
Let slip the dogs of bans.
What difference does it make?
“This is clearly a case of winning ugly.”
Missing the Clintonian forest for the trees?
Four Pinocchios squared.
Forest, trees … engage active avoidance.
Party of science.
Lying to the Grubes again?
Did HHS intentionally use Gruber to fake out CBO?
“This ad is beyond the pale.”
Plus, Milbank hammers the “happy talk,” and Marcus hits “herky-jerky leadership.”
Any Lies of the Year?
Incompetence and dishonesty.
“Ill-considered,” “bungled,” but no lie?
Math and responsibility are hard.
Pinocchios and projection.
“Under Obama, it has hit highs not seen since the end of World War II…”
A little like Pinocchio.
As promised and predicted
“The aperture may open for the president to act in provocative ways that may provide him electoral benefit.”