Listen: Pinocchio, Washington Post And Pentagon discussed on Chad Benson
"Of being dishonest about the true cost of her proposals and the tax burden. They would impose on the middle class. He's also been criticized for making factual mistakes, one of the criticisms I've used that. You're is fuzzy the Washington Post recently warned you for Pinocchio for misstating some statistics about Pentagon spending. If people want to really blow up one you're here or one word there. I would argue that they're missing the forest for the trees on my goodness. Here's the scary part that you should think about though when it comes to a lot of what she wants. And a lot of what the left beliefs, and I don't think people understand this. And I've said this all along. No longer is it about. Truth. And we've seen this over the last fifteen years has it started to roll in here. Truth is not even when I was a kid growing up. It's like, you know, as you tell the truth, right? Sometimes it hurts. Sometimes it sucks, but it will set you free. If you will. But I've said over and over again that the left has this want in need to always spin on moral high ground, and no matter what happens at that point in time when on that moral mountain, even if what they're saying is not true because it comes from the place of heart, and and love, and caring and compassion. Even if it's not true. It's the only thing that should matter. I think that there's a lot of people more concerned about being precisely factually and semantically correct about being morally right for being factually, correct? Is important absolutely important. And whenever I make a mistake. I say, okay, this was clumsy. And then I restate what my point was. But it's it's not the same thing as."