If I'm Lying, I'm Dying
By: Bill O'ReillyNovember 6, 2022
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If I'm Lying, I'm Dying
"You can't hide your lyin' eyes,
And your smile's a thin disguise"
- Eagles 

Pity the fool who's vote remains undecided, as Mr. T might say. Surely, all Americans understand the pain Mr. Joe Biden has brought. Even those who are standing by their man cannot deny it. A recent CBS poll says 79 percent believe America is "out of control."

However, if that survey were taken only among CBS News personnel, the out-of-control number would be around ten percent, if that.

Liberal voters know things are not well, but nothing is worse than supporting "the big lie." To them, inflation, violent crime, open borders, energy dependence, woke incoherence, and massive federal spending pales beside the giant deception - the belief that the 2020 election was tainted by fraud.

Nothing else matters except punishing the "deniers" who "encouraged" January 6.

Liz Cheney is the poster person for this voting bloc.

My question is, how many routine lies add up to a big lie? I'd like to see a reality show on this hosted by Stephen Colbert, who never met a leftist talking point he did not embrace. The audience could vote electronically about which falsehoods are most pernicious.

Last week, President Biden said the USA has a low inflation rate compared to most developed countries. Tremendous whopper. On the No Spin News, I reeled off about 20 countries not as bad off inflation-wise as us.

A few hours later, the White House posted a statement on its website saying President Biden is responsible for the 8.5 percent social security payout rise.

Elon Musk immediately waved his flag on Twitter because that's a lie and everyone knows it. The White House took down the post. By the way, the President also said republicans want to dismantle social security and Medicare. Any backup for that statement? No.

The Biden administration purports that the southern border is secure. The Mexican drug cartels agree and send their best wishes to the American jefe.

Finally, the Biden administration says violent crime is worse in areas controlled by Republicans. Whereupon Governor Hochul, Mayor Lightfoot, the entire populations of San Francisco and Los Angeles put out a one-word text.


That's a lie under the banner of jest. But Biden's misdirections are deadly serious like the economy is "strong as hell."

Check your investment statements this year.

To be clear, I'm not justifying any deceit. Election denial has been corrosive. But the terrible state of the United States right now is far worse.

And President Biden is responsible.

As he might say: No lie.