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After Telling 37 Lies In One Day, Trump Calls Fact Checkers ‘Scum’ (VIDEO)

By Conover Kennard on October 31, 2016 4:49 pm ·

Donald Trump is a serial liar and that probably explains his dislike for fact-checkers. Donald has viciously targeted the media and his supporters respond by frequently referring to reporters as the ‘enemy.’ While giving a speech at an airport in Sanford, Florida, Trump went after fact-checkers.

“These fact-checkers, they’ll check facts with me and I’m like, like, 99-per-cent right, and they’ll say, ‘And therefore he lied,’ ” Trump said. “Oh boy, these people are bad. What a group of people we have. What a group of dishonest scum we have, I’m telling you.”

He literally called fact-checkers ‘scum.’

Daniel Dale, a Washington correspondent for the Toronto Star, fact checks Donald and the paper produces a list almost daily of Trump’s lies.

Dale noted on Twitter that Trump “said 35 false things yesterday.”

Donald Trump said 35 false things yesterday.

— Daniel Dale (@ddale8)

His following tweet reads, “Donald Trump’s 35 false claims on Tuesday follows his record-tying 37 false claims on Monday.”

Donald Trump’s 35 false claims on Tuesday follows his record-tying 37 false claims on Monday.

— Daniel Dale (@ddale8)

The day before Trump’s speech in which he blasted fact-checkers, the Star counted 37 false claims from the GOP presidential nominee.

That tied the record he set at the third and final presidential debate, which he claimed every poll showed him winning, which was, of course, not at all true.

The paper admits that “there are grains of truth in some of his false claims” but “most are flat wrong.”

The list includes Trump’s regurgitated rhetoric on Hillary Clinton’s emails. Trump claimed the deletion of emails was “such an expensive process,” however, a free software program was used.

He said “nobody” has asked her running mate, Tim Kaine, about comments her aides made about Catholics in hacked emails, though Kaine has been asked on national television. He bragged, for at least the second time, that he had won 42 states in the Republican primary, though it was 36 states.

Watch:

“There is a massive imbalance in the frequency of dishonesty.”
says Trump lies a lot more than Clinton

— Reliable Sources (@ReliableSources)

The paper fact-checked the three presidential debates. Trump said 104 false things. In contrast, Clinton said 13.

“You have a candidate who is frequently saying 20 false things in a day, up to 37 on some days,” Dale said.

At the rally in Florida, Trump called journalists “a bunch of phony low-lifes.” Trump’s assault on the First Amendment has been vicious. In August, Trump pointed at MSNBC’s Katy Tur.

“What a lie. Katy Tur. What a lie it was,” Trump said, pointing at her from the stage. “Third. Rate. Reporter. Remember that.”

After that, the Secret Service had to escort her to her car. And now it’s fact-checkers who are being targeted.

http://addictinginfo.org/2016/10/31/after-telling-37-lies-in-one-day-trump-calls-fact-checkers-scum-video/

 

Liars hate being called a liar. trump's made up, narcissistic fueled, alternate realty just doesn't work with normal people.

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Kettle black.

 

 

Sociopathic Liars

 

Sociopaths are defined as someone who lies continuously in an attempt to get their own way, without showing care or concern for others. These individuals are goal-oriented.

Even though it might seem hard to believe, lying is focused – they are focused on getting their own way. Sociopaths don’t have a lot of respect or regard for the feelings and rights of others. They tend to be charismatic and charming, but they will use their exceptional social skills in a self-centered and manipulative manner.

so·ci·o·path
noun
  1. a person with a personality disorder manifesting itself in extreme antisocial attitudes and behavior and a lack of conscience.
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The "fact checkers" are dishonest scum.

 

All pathological liars hate fact checkers.

 

There is a cult of ignorance in the United States, and there always has been. The strain of anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that "my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge."

 

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After Telling 37 Lies In One Day, Trump Calls Fact Checkers Scum (VIDEO)

By Conover Kennard on October 31, 2016 4:49 pm ·[/size]

 

Donald Trump is a serial liar and that probably explains his dislike for fact-checkers. Donald has viciously targeted the media and his supporters respond by frequently referring to reporters as the enemy. While giving a speech at an airport in Sanford, Florida, Trump went after fact-checkers.

 

These fact-checkers, theyll check facts with me and Im like, like, 99-per-cent right, and theyll say, And therefore he lied, Trump said. Oh boy, these people are bad. What a group of people we have. What a group of dishonest scum we have, Im telling you.

 

He literally called fact-checkers scum.

Daniel Dale, a Washington correspondent for the Toronto Star, fact checks Donald and the paper produces a list almost daily of Trumps lies.

Dale noted on Twitter that Trump said 35 false things yesterday.

 

Donald Trump said 35 false things yesterday. #TrumpCheck pic.twitter.com/EwfYFEDFx9

Daniel Dale (@ddale8) October 26, 2016

 

His following tweet reads, Donald Trumps 35 false claims on Tuesday follows his record-tying 37 false claims on Monday.

 

Donald Trumps 35 false claims on Tuesday follows his record-tying 37 false claims on Monday.

Daniel Dale (@ddale8) October 26, 2016

 

The day before Trumps speech in which he blasted fact-checkers, the Star counted 37 false claims from the GOP presidential nominee.

 

That tied the record he set at the third and final presidential debate, which he claimed every poll showed him winning, which was, of course, not at all true.

 

The paper admits that there are grains of truth in some of his false claims but most are flat wrong.

The list includes Trumps regurgitated rhetoric on Hillary Clintons emails. Trump claimed the deletion of emails was such an expensive process, however, a free software program was used.

 

He said nobody has asked her running mate, Tim Kaine, about comments her aides made about Catholics in hacked emails, though Kaine has been asked on national television. He bragged, for at least the second time, that he had won 42 states in the Republican primary, though it was 36 states.

 

Watch:

 

There is a massive imbalance in the frequency of dishonesty. @DDale8 says Trump lies a lot more than Clinton https://t.co/Kp6KvPNtmO

Reliable Sources (@ReliableSources) October 30, 2016

 

The paper fact-checked the three presidential debates. Trump said 104 false things. In contrast, Clinton said 13.

You have a candidate who is frequently saying 20 false things in a day, up to 37 on some days, Dale said.

At the rally in Florida, Trump called journalists a bunch of phony low-lifes. Trumps assault on the First Amendment has been vicious. In August, Trump pointed at MSNBCs Katy Tur.

What a lie. Katy Tur. What a lie it was, Trump said, pointing at her from the stage. Third. Rate. Reporter. Remember that.

After that, the Secret Service had to escort her to her car. And now its fact-checkers who are being targeted.

http://addictinginfo.org/2016/10/31/after-telling-37-lies-in-one-day-trump-calls-fact-checkers-scum-video/

 

Liars hate being called a liar. trump's made up, narcissistic fueled, alternate realty just doesn't work with normal people.

 

Facts are the enemy of bloviating bullshiters like Trump. He prefers to just make shit up as he goes along in his fact-free meandering rants.

 

He's always been so rich that he totally got used to everyone around him kissing his ass and acting like they believed whatever bogus nonsense he was always spewing to try to make himself feel all knowing and feed his ego. He has a Narcissistic Personality Disorder, as many people have observed.

 

Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Psychology Today

Individuals with narcissistic personality disorder generally believe that the world revolves around them. This condition is characterized by a lack of ability to empathize with others and a desire to keep the focus on themselves at all times.

 

Definition -

 

Narcissistic Personality Disorder involves arrogant behavior, a lack of empathy for other people, and a need for admiration-all of which must be consistently evident at work and in relationships. People who are narcissistic are frequently described as cocky, self-centered, manipulative, and demanding. Narcissists may concentrate on unlikely personal outcomes (e.g., getting elected President) and may be convinced that they deserve special treatment. Related Personality Disorders: Antisocial, Borderline, Histrionic. Narcissism is a less extreme version of Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Narcissism involves cockiness, manipulativeness, selfishness, power motives, and vanity - a love of mirrors. Related personality traits include: Psychopathy, Machiavellianism.

 

Narcissists tend to have high self-esteem. However, narcissism is not the same thing as self-esteem; people who have high self-esteem are often humble, whereas narcissists rarely are. It was once thought that narcissists have high self-esteem on the surface, but deep down they are insecure. However, the latest evidence indicates that narcissists are actually secure or grandiose at both levels. Onlookers may infer that insecurity is there because narcissists tend to be defensive when their self-esteem is threatened (e.g., being ridiculed); narcissists can be aggressive. The sometimes dangerous lifestyle may more generally reflect sensation-seeking or impulsivity (e.g., risky sex, bold financial decisions).

Doesn't that describe Donald to a tee? As we have all seen so clearly during his campaign.

 

Now that he is facing the real world outside his wealth bubble, filled with lots of people he suddenly can't ignore who are totally unimpressed with him, he is very angry, confused and indignant that anyone could possible doubt the word of the "Great and Powerful Trump", the Wizard of Odd. 'How dare they "fact check" ME!', he splutters bewilderedly, 'Don't they know I'm always right. Everybody I know says so.'

 

He is truly kind of psychotic, and even more thoroughly divorced from reality than he is from his first two wives.

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