A few days ago we published a piece about Trump's utter lack of veracity and a growing disdain for facts from the GOP.
It seems the memo regarding Trump and his pathological lying is to simply dismiss it as an idiosyncrasy not worthy of consideration. Moreover, GOP leadership and Trump "presstitues" (Including Pence) are suggesting the US public simply ignore Trump's twitter malady.
Paul Ryan spoke on a segment of 60 Minutes about his lack of regard from Trump's serial lying and twitter addiction. I believe I read or heard the third person in ascendancy to the US Presidency used the phrase "who cares" regarding Trump's lies.
When Pelley continued to press him, Ryan said that the fact that the president-elect of the United States circulates false information on social media is not a concern to him
“It doesn’t matter to me. He won the election,” he said. “The way I see the tweets you’re talking about, he’s basically giving voice to a lot of people who have felt that they were voiceless. He’s communicating with people in this country who’ve felt like they have not been listened to. He’s going to be an unconventional president.”
“Who cares what he tweeted, you know, on some Thursday night, if we fix this country’s big problems?” he added. “That’s just the way I look at this.”
Ryan's Party leader started the Sunday news cycle with the most astronomical lie, since he lost the popular vote on November 8, 2016. The NYC carnival barker actually continues to claim that millions upon millions of votes were fraudulently cast.
Of course, Ryan's Sunday comment resulted from yet another of Trump's insane tweets:
In addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide, I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally2:30 PM - 27 Nov 2016
Ryan' lack of veracity and common decency is well documented from at least one escapade during the 2012 Romney/Ryan presidential run.
Ryan, family, campaign stooges and a camera crew invaded a Washington, DC soup pantry and feign washing pots. Pots which we actually clean. We should also note Ryan was not invited to the pantry.
October 15, 2012, 3:19 PM
GOP vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan on Saturday stopped at a soup kitchen in Youngstown, Ohio, where he and members of his family washed dishes for several minutes. The head of the charity has since come out saying Ryan's visit violated the organization's political status, and that Ryan "just came in here to get his picture taken."
What we saw and heard was nothing more than a Trump-like photo and video shoot. The ultimate of pathetic? Ryan's deployed his wife and children as part of the lie.
It is absolutely fascinating US media offers Trump's sick mind an opportunity to spew outright lies across the globe.
Excerpts from the Huffington Post piece linked above also show Pence, Priebus and other 'presstitues' are carrying the also message.
Despite the GOP strategy aside, what message are we delivering to foreign leaders and citizens of other lands? How can any rational foreign leader (outside of Putin and North Korea's Jong Un) place any faith in Trump's meandering psychologically deprived oral manifestations (AKA lies)? Of course, Putin sits in anticipation of a bumbling international idiot who would probably sell a kid to make a buck. Also, rest assured Putin's $250 billion stashed across the globe and his uber billionaire Russian oligarchs will handle Trump like a chess pawn.
After assisting in providing many platforms for Trump's successful campaign, CNN producers have unleashed their media reporter with a challenge to Trump's cable news conduit to the American people. Brian Stelter's segment is newsworthy, but it pales against the reality of CNN's so over-the-top Trump "oozing" and flawed reporting form the first Trump phone calls into CNN hosts.