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“I’m not upset that you lied to me, I’m upset that from now on I can’t believe you.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche

I Can’t say for sure when politics became such a “lie fest” however it appears that the “lie” has become the order of the day even on major networks. Some network’s mainstays are opinionators who essentially lie for a living ( much like spies). These opinionators aided by adjunct opinionators who serve to bolster the lies told. These shows have huge followings and alter the truth regularly with impunity. Our ersatz National leader relies on these shows for information on all things Presidential. All of the White House advisors push any and all misinformation related to the Administration on any and all networks or media outlets who will have them. The amazing thing is that they will continue to lie even when the truth is put before them. We all have the general opinion that politicians “lie” as a matter of course (lies such as “a chicken in every pot”) in an election run and consider it “political rhetoric” however the new normal is that one needs to lie as long as required to gain the office and then continue to lie to keep it even in the face of the truth. Unfortunately, the liars have larger followings than the truth-tellers, so we (all of us) need to take note of all political parties and the subsets who ply us with their “facts” which are suspect at the least.

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Donald Trump Becomes Resident of Florida, Says He Did It Because New York Leaders Treated Him ‘Very Badly’

“I have been treated very badly by the political leaders of both the city and state,” Trump tweets
J. Clara Chan | October 31, 2019, @ 6:23 PM The Wrap

The president, who was born and raised in Queens, has lived most of his life in New York City and ran in 2016 as a candidate from New York, filed for a change in primary residency from Manhattan to Palm Beach, Florida, the New York Times first reported on Thursday.

In documents filed with the Palm Beach County Circuit Court, Trump — along with his wife, Melania — listed his Mar-a-Lago resort as his primary residence.
“If I maintain another place or places of abode in some other state or states, I hereby declare that my above-described residence and abode in the State of Florida constitutes my predominant and principal home, and I intend to continue it permanently as such,” the document states.

Listed among his “other places of abode” are the White House and his private New Jersey golf club.
The White House declined to comment on the reasons why he changed his primary residence to Florida, but an anonymous source told the Times that he did so “for tax purposes.” By officially moving from New York, Trump will be able to avoid the state’s 9 percent tax rate and the city’s 4 percent tax rate. The change in residency to Florida also gives Trump access to Florida’s lack of state income and inheritance taxes.

However, Trump himself later contradicted that explanation. “Unfortunately, despite the fact that I pay millions of dollars in city, state and local taxes each year, I have been treated very badly by the political leaders of both the city and state. Few have been treated worse<” he tweeted Thursday evening.
Since his inauguration, Trump has spent a total of 99 days at Mar-a-Lago, according to NBC News. He has been in office for over a thousand days.

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