Politico’s piece on how America is just now moving into a “post-fact era” is something else:
Trump policy shop filters facts to fit his message https://t.co/TwjVGzxwVA
— POLITICO (@politico) July 28, 2018
Obama would never have done that. pic.twitter.com/RTkQKIrfsY
— jtkola™ (@jtkola) July 28, 2018
For some reason “if you like your plan you can keep it” comes to mind as something that might have been a “fact” that was filtered to fit a message, culminating in a “Lie of the Year” accolade.
Okay, now do Obama.
"If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor." https://t.co/g33DT7W5UV
— Sen. Frank Niceley (@SenFrankNiceley) July 28, 2018
But wait, there’s more!
Now do the Obama Admin’s tactic in selling us the Iran Deal
— Obi_1_D_AllKnowing 🇺🇸 ❌ (@obiopiah) July 28, 2018
And how did the Obama admin. “Sell” us on the Iran deal? https://t.co/bkOGj6w0sC
— Dartmouth Matt (@Philly_Asshole) July 28, 2018
The mainstream media’s memory now seems to only go back as far as January 20th, 2017. They’re a little fuzzy on everything that happened before that.
My God, a politician is spinning his message favorably? Bombshell stuff.
Obama never had to do this cuz you clowns did it for him. https://t.co/fni3eD5P04
— JWF (@JammieWF) July 28, 2018
Just stop. I'll say this is true, but it's true for every single administration. Damn…
— Al Pouria (@Al_Pouria) July 28, 2018
I see you're moving into comedy now. Still not funny.
— Dale Holcomb (@DaleDholc) July 28, 2018
Maybe Politico’s article should have been preceded by a “satire” disclaimer.