Blame It On…

It would be tough for a politician to use Blame It On… like the Donald does.  He seems to have a penchant for making up events and finds truth, well, to be inconvenient.  Trump spokespeople by and large are even worse for they are easy to get caught in their fictions.  One of the things they fail to see, as is presented in old folktales, lie after lie weakens the truth so that the one wo presents the lies is eventually not believed no matter what the statement or data may show or claim.

“During a discussion of presidential golf habits, McEnany insisted that conservatives’ criticisms of Obama weren’t just that he golfed, but that he golfed at inappropriate times.

“You had President Obama, who after I believe it was the beheading of Daniel Pearl, spoke to how upset he was about that, then rushed off to a golf game,” she said. “I think when we’re in a state of war, when we’re in a state of mourning, you should take time off from golfing.”

The trouble, of course, is that Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl was murdered by terrorists in Pakistan in February 2002, or roughly seven years before Obama became president.

This isn’t the first time that Trump supporters have tried to blame Obama for something that occurred before his presidency, as last year, Trump surrogate Katrina Pierson blamed Obama for the 2004 death of Capt. Humayun Khan.”

Blame It On…

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