Finally. After 20,000 lies and 174 years in office, a journalist spoke truth to mendacious power during its daily hate speech. “Do you regret at all, all the lying you’ve done to the American people?” asked S.V. Dáte of the guy who'll be known as "the impeached president who made up the most stuff...pretty much every day." To end it, we "will have to decide that lying is unacceptable in our governance" - and with Dáte probably disappeared, gulag-like, his colleagues will have to grow a spine.
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