In A Highly Biased Hit Piece On Trump NYT Forgets All About These Obama Lies

In another highly biased hit piece against President Trump, The New York Times forgets all about the lies that President Obama told. According to their data, President Trump lies like the very Devil.

President Obama is so truth-telling that the halo never waivers atop his saintly head. The New York Times needs a refresher course in the lies that were told by Obama. Here a few, just to get things started.

As Written and Reported By Robert Donachie for the Daily Caller:

The New York Times opinion page claimed Thursday that President Donald Trump has outright lied 85 more times in his first year in office than former President Barack Obama did during his eight years as president.

“In his first 10 months in office, he (Trump) has told 103 separate untruths, many of them repeatedly. Obama told 18 over his entire eight-year tenure. That’s an average of about two a year for Obama and about 124 a year for Trump,” according to the Times’ op-ed.

The Times states that their definition of the word “lie,” as it pertains to the article, is “demonstrably false statements.”

Keeping with the newspaper’s definition, here are a few more Obama lies that the Times left-out.

1) Obama 2009:

“I have not said that I was a single-payer supporter because, frankly, we historically have had a employer-based system in this country with private insurers, and for us to transition to a system like that I believe would be too disruptive,” Obama said at a 2009 New Hampshire town hall.

In a video recorded at an Obama fundraising event hosted by the AFL-CIO in 2003, Obama expressed his support for a single-payer healthcare system. The former president told the crowd, “I happen to be a proponent of a single-payer universal ……..


Obama Lies The NYTimes Didn’t Point Out | The Daily Caller

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