Courtesy of NBC News:
When the crowd at President Donald Trump’s South Carolina campaign rally last week started up the now-familiar chant of “Build that wall, build that wall,” he stopped to chastise them.
“It’s not ‘build that wall’ anymore, it’s, ‘Continue building that wall,'” he said. “Because we’re building it.”
He repeated this claim a day later at the White House.
“We’ve started the wall,” Trump said. “Started up in San Diego and other places. It’s under construction with $1.6 billion dollars, but we’re going to ask for an increase in wall spending so we can finish it quicker.”
But that’s not true. While some new fencing has been built along the U.S.-Mexico border in the past year, it’s not the concrete barrier Trump vowed because of the strings Congress put on the cash.
At this point, every single thing that Trump says should be considered a lie, unless proven otherwise by the facts.
Of course, the problem is that Trump supporters automatically believe everything that Trump says in spite of the facts.
But we still need to call this shit out over and over again because at some point it will be too much for anybody to continue to ignore.
At least that’s my theory.