Frank Rich has been caught telling an easy to verify lie about Sarah Palin in the pages of the New York Times:
“This is about the people,” as Palin repeatedly put it last weekend while pocketing $100,000 of the Tea Partiers’ money.
Mr. Reynolds points out that if Mr. Rich had spend even the slight effort at “real journalism”, he would have found out that Gov. Palin did exactly what she said she would do with the money, “she donated it back.” So Mr. Rich, writing in the NY Times, is either lying, because the “layers of fact checkers and editors” at the Gray Lady did their jobs, found out the actual truth, and let the lie run, or that same “layers of fact checkers and editors” didn’t bother doing the jobs and let the lie run in the “Newspaper of record.” Either answer doesn’t look very good for the so-called “journalists” at the New York Times.
As I’ve noted before, the left isn’t exactly “rational” in regards to their hatred for Gov. Palin, nor have they let actual facts get in the way of their, ahem, “view of reality.”
You should know by now that what is Truth for The Party is what is good for The Party. Let’s not disrupt the Party’s domain over the hominid livestock by introducing any of those pesky objectively verifiable facts of reality. That would be doubleplusungood for The Party.