Posted by DrJohn on 6 August, 2016 at 9:01 am. 55 comments already!



Want to see rampant and malignant bias? Watch this.

In case you were wondering what a pathetically biased left wing bunch of sycophants Politifact is made of, here is prima facie evidence. Here’s Hillary telling her followers that she is going to raise taxes on the middle class.


She absolutely says it. Listen as many times as you want. She said it. No one forced her to otherwise. And her zombies cheered.

Of course, Donald Trump set upon it immediately. He said that Hillary said she’s raising taxes.

“Hillary Clinton says she wants to, ‘raise taxes on the middle class.’ “

Donald Trump on Thursday, August 4th, 2016 in a campaign video

She did not, shrieks Politifact! Utterly unable to accept the truth, PF resorted to some kind of dubious voice alteration to attempt to prove she said something other than what she said.

By analyzing the sound waves, we can see that Clinton was saying “aren’t,” because she definitely pronounced the “n,” though she didn’t really hit the “t.”

How laughable. There is no length to which PF will not go to try to rescue democrats. It’s pretty damn clear she said what she said.

Needless to say, PF hit Trump with a “Pants of fire” rating. CBS News ran with that.

Donald Trump’s campaign has released a video that falsifies Hillary Clinton’s stance on taxes, the fact-checkers over at Politifact found.

Again, total BS. He quoted her and he quoted her correctly.

Snopes, on the other hand, struggled with the argument before finally almost capitulating to the truth:

Worst case, she simply misspoke and said “are” when she meant “aren’t,” because she has not announced any changes to her tax platform or said on any other occasion that she plans to raise taxes on the middle class and not the wealthy.

They, as PF, simply cannot accept what Clinton said. She said what she said. I don’t think she misspoke. I think it was a gaffe, in the sense that gaffes are defined as politicians accidentally speaking the truth. The money for taxes always- always– comes from the middle class because that’s where most of the money is.

So-called “fact checkers” are rife with left wing bias. Even more can be found here, here and here.

Normally these sites are more subtle in the bias, but desperation is a stressor that can cast a cold light exposing the truth. And the truth is these alleged fact checker sites are hopelessly biased to the left and are not worthy of trust.





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