Okay, Got It!

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All right, now I know what to write for Newswithviews. Consider this a preview.

Even as we sit here watching, the Big Lie–or, if you’re a noozie, “The Narrative”–is being sculpted out of a lot of smaller (but still big) lies. Here are its chief components.

*There was no fraud in this past election (a real whopper).

*Donald Trump incited a riot at the Capitol (completely ignoring riots incited by Democrats over the past four years, including several invasions of the Capitol–but those, of course, don’t count).

*COVID-19 is the deadliest disease in all of human history, and fully justifies any and all draconian measures and abridgements of our civil rights to, er, fight it.

*America is an evil racist country in sore need of a fundamental transformation.

*Communist China is our friend.

*80 million people, who haven’t been heard from since, voted for China Joe Biden.

And there you have it–pushed on us by our Free & Independent Nooze Media morning, noon, and night.

God help us.

How Fake is Hillary Clinton?

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Hey, fellow deplorables! Remember this?

For many years, Hillary Clinton’s toadies spun the yarn that their goddess was named after Sir Edmund Hillary, the New Zealander who became world-famous in 1953 for being the first to climb Mount Everest.

Gee, Mr. and Mrs. Rodham must have been clairvoyant. Their daughter Hillary was born in 1947.

Even more astounding than the Rodhams’ clairvoyance is the fact that the Clintons publicly made this idiotic claim for years and years, even allowing it to be included in Bill Clinton’s biography–and got away with it. Not until 2006 did they admit that the precocious little Rodham girl was not named for Sir Edmund Hillary ( http://www.nytimes.com/2006/10/17/nyregion/17hillary.html ). It must’ve really hurt The New York Times, to publish that.

Said a Clinton campaign hack of the lie that no one should’ve believed for a minute, let alone ten years, “It was a sweet family story her mother shared to inspire greatness in her daughter, to great results I might add.”

I think I’m going to be sick.