Megyn Kelly caught three senators in a whopper of a lie and she had the sound bites to prove it.
In his new memoir, Tim Geithner revealed that the White House wanted him to lie on the Sunday news shows.
Geithner said he refused to tell what was obvious lie – Social Security was not contributing to the deficit.
Jay Carney, a notorious liar, said that it didn’t happen that way, but he has zero credibility.
Geithner wrote this:
“I remember during one Roosevelt Room prep session before I appeared on the Sunday shows, I objected when Dan Pfeiffer wanted me to say Social Security didn’t contribute to the deficit,” Geithner wrote in his new memoir, “Stress Test: Reflections on Financial Crises.” “It wasn’t a main driver of our future deficits, but it did contribute. Pfeiffer said the line was a ‘dog whistle’ to the left, a phrase I had never heard before. He had to explain that the phrase was code to the Democratic base, signaling that we intended to protect Social Security.”
The left apparently likes to be called by dog whistles no one else can hear rather than be told the truth straight out, but aside from that, how about the senators who did lie without a problem?
Megyn Kelly aired a few sound clips during her show last night of Dick Durbin, Bernie Sanders, and Chuck Schumer willfully lying during the same time period that Geithner was refusing to lie.
Listen to the clip here with the three of them lying:
None of this should be surprising, we know that Susan Rice lied on five Sunday News shows about the Benghazi terror attack.
Of course Social Security, a massive unfunded liability, is contributing to the deficit.
Social Security is fully funded said another liar, Harry Reid who tried to make the truth sound like an attack on Social Security recipients:
Dick Durbin, Bernie Sanders, Chuck Schumer, members of the say anything crowd.