It seems that Trump has made it official, he doesn’t think facts are facts (as told by Scottie Nell Hughes):
People that say facts are facts, they’re not really facts….There’s no such thing, unfortunately anymore, as facts. And so Mr. Trump’s tweet, amongst a certain crowd, a large part of the population, are truth. When he says that millions of people illegally voted, he has some facts amongst him and his supporters, and people believe they have facts to back that up. Those that do not like Mr. Trump, they say that those are lies and there’s no facts to back it up.
It’s a good thing there is no such thing as facts, because otherwise she would have to admit that Donald Trump is a big fat liar–Politifact has found that 70% of the statements that they look at are either ‘mostly false’, ‘false’, or ‘Pants on Fire’. But maybe they’re just not looking at most of his statements. Nope, still a big fat liar:
With the GOP front-runner scooping up delegates in a march toward the Republican nomination, POLITICO subjected a week’s worth of his words to our magazine’s fact-checking process. We chronicled 4.6 hours of stump speeches and press conferences, from a rally in Concord, N.C., on Monday to a rally on Friday in St. Louis.
The result: more than five dozen statements deemed mischaracterizations, exaggerations, or simply false – the kind of stuff that would have been stripped from one of our stories, or made the whole thing worthy of the spike. It equates to roughly one misstatement every five minutes on average.
Yup, he’s just a big old pathological liar … unless there is no such thing as facts anymore.