AMERICA’S DEMOCRATS DON’T KNOW WHAT THE WORDS “DEBUNKED” AND “DISCREDITED” MEAN

democrat republican awakeI will point out once again that America’s Democrats don’t understand what the words “debunked” and “discredited” mean. They seem to think that as long as there is ANY alternate point of view to any information or argument being put forth that that means the information has been debunked or discredited. 

When their politicians are caught in corruption scandals and the politician in question offers an excuse or some sort of explanation – no matter how feeble – Democrats and their media outlets begin insisting that the scandal or accusation has been debunked or discredited. That’s not how it works.

Those figures never really know anything about the situation, they just know to mindlessly repeat the words “debunked” and “discredited” in response. Even more comical is when they pathetically provide a link to an article about their politician offering up their lame excuse or explanation and act as if the article quoting their politician is somehow proof.

The buffoons on Facebook (“The confirmation bias community”) are especially guilty of that farcical maneuver.    

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18 responses to “AMERICA’S DEMOCRATS DON’T KNOW WHAT THE WORDS “DEBUNKED” AND “DISCREDITED” MEAN

  1. For them none of the rules apply nor do definitions in law. Anything that hurts Trump and legitimises their hate is OK with them.

  2. Mitch

    This really said it. Democrats think they can just wave their hands and all facts will disappear.

  3. Kimberlee

    This is so true! Democrats really do think like this.

  4. Kaitlynn

    This is exactly how the childish democrats behave!

  5. Len

    I get sick of democrats doing this too.

  6. Janet

    Every time I see the democrats in action I appreciate your contempt for them more and more.

  7. Brian Hibbs

    Putin is the one to blame for the state of things. Not democrats like me.

  8. Jamey

    I begin to agree with you that we need third parties.

  9. Nemo

    They live in a fantasyland in which they think they are never wrong.

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