by Joe Concha
“Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please,” author Mark Twain once said.
Distorting facts has been all the rage for a Biden administration that was billed from the beginning as the most honest team assembled since the days of George Washington. The falsifications came to a loud head during the president’s scripted address to the nation on Thursday night, which the Washington Post described as “heavy on emotion and hope, but light on facts.” The New York Times said Biden “exaggerated elements of the coronavirus pandemic,” among other things.
“President Biden’s objective, and his commitment, is to bring transparency and truth back to government to share the truth, even when it’s hard to hear,” White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki promised America on Day 1.