Americans are swimming—actually, drowning—in an ocean of lies

Dennis Prager is a conservative and nationally syndicated radio talk show host, columnist, author, and public speaker who wants to discuss who started the kneeling fight? But first, you have to read the list of lies that all this is built upon. It makes more sense when you see the total fabrication of lies in one list. Mr. Prager does a good job of that. He then gets to the bottom of who started this fight, anyway. Enjoy the read.

As Written By Dennis Prager for the Daily Signal:

Because the left dominates the news media, the entertainment media, and academia, Americans are swimming—actually, drowning—in an ocean of lies.

Here are a few examples:

America is racist.

America oppresses its minorities.

America oppresses women.

Universities have a culture of rape.

There are more than two genders.

All cultures are morally and culturally equal.

Hurricanes Harvey and Irma were caused, or made more intense, by global warming.

Israel is the villain in the Middle East conflict.

Western civilization is a euphemism for “white supremacy.”

The latest lie of the left is that, with regard to the conflict between the NFL and President Donald Trump, the president is the “divisive” party.

Whenever people on the left tell one of these lies, I always wonder if they really believe it. I have concluded that they nearly always do. Which is more frightening than if they knew they weren’t telling the truth.

With people who know they aren’t telling the truth there is always hope. But there is no hope for people who believe their lies.

What other conclusion could any fair-minded person reach when people say with a straight face that Trump is the divisive party with regard to his conflict ………

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NFL Players Started This Controversy, Not Trump

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