Laura Ingraham tells her viewers not to believe what they just heard Donald Trump say. pic.twitter.com/xVdQCSnhkQ— Renato Mariotti (@renato_mariotti) June 7, 2019
I"m just spitballing here, but it seems to me that the time an interviewer should identify a falsehood is when the person who says it is sitting 4 feet away and being interviewed.— JRehling (@JRehling) June 7, 2019
But I'm not a journalist.
This is the same crowd that tried to prove Trump didn't say Meghan Markle was nasty by sending out recordings of him saying precisely that. As is usual, they ask who will you believe, your lying senses, or Donald Trump?— Andrew Sherrod (@MyMagnifOctopus) June 7, 2019
Fox News: Masters of the Jedi mind trick— Heather Burch (@hburch73) June 7, 2019
—verb (used with object), gas·light·ed or gas·lit, gas·light·ing.— BigAalim (@ASTIfam) June 7, 2019
to cause (a person) to doubt his or her sanity through the use of psychological manipulation. pic.twitter.com/eD9mD5qBSy
This is an example of the alternative facts that Kellyanne Conway put into our lexicon.— Rupi (@rupi_h) June 7, 2019
Nowadays people are told what to think. With that creativity is lost, so is the individual. “Sterile Society”.— Daily-Retrospective (@44artllc) June 7, 2019
“The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was their final, most essential command.”— RealTomChapman 🌹🏳️🌈 (@realTomChapman) June 7, 2019
Also maybe she should lighten up on the “upgrades”?
She has to stop with the lip filler and botox, her lips do not move normally.— ChangeIt05 (@ChangeIt05) June 7, 2019
Welcome to Fox News. As bad as people like Sean Hannity are, he’s tolerable in that he’s instantly ignorable and nobody even tries to take him seriously anymore. He’s always been a notorious loudmouth Asshole. Even with all of his hate mongering and conspiracy theories, it’s actually people like Laura Ingraham and Tucker Carlson that really bring the crazy of late. Everytime I see a glimpse of what these two have to say it is 100% certifiable WTF crazy town from start to stop.
She’s literally telling you to ignore what you just saw. George Orwell was right, he was just off by about 35 years.