Anything that contradicts what they're told is all part of the plot.
CNN's fact-checker Daniel Dale notes that there is no comparison between the two conventions.
Fox and Friends hosts Dr. Mark Siegel to pretend kids will be fine no matter what plague they bring home from school.
"Americans can't even trust that you won't allow foreign spies to undermine this year's presidential election. You have already proved yourself capable of turning a blind eye to foreign interference, so long as the advertising checks clear," he wrote in the Washington Post.
Alex Azar tried to blame victims of COVID for their own deaths, and Jake Tapper wasn't having it.
While the three governments have pushed out the same messages in the past, the global pandemic has seen the convergence of their messaging accelerate.
Lying for Trump is their business model.
Rather than expending energy refuting the flood of lies, we need to drown them as much as possible in truth.
Disinformation about Andrew Johnson has become a staple of Republican arguments opposing the impeachment of Trump.
Leave it to a Sinclair station to push false info.
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