Out Prolific Liars

Submitted by ub on Wed, 11/10/2021 - 10:34

The truth is finally catching up with liars who are exposed sooner or later regardless of the number of lies they have decided to spread.

Do you give compliments that aren’t genuine? 
Have you said you’re well when you were exhausted? 
Do you tell folks you are busy to avoid having to talk to or e with them?

Then you may not be a dangerous or prolific liar. As someone who has devoted a career to asking questions, I can smell a prolific liar. Liars are cowards

Prolific liars tell 19 big lies compared to an average person.
They are likely to believe that lying is acceptable in some circumstances. 
They are less likely to lie because of concern for others and more likely to lie for their own self-preservation.

Here are some examples: District Judge Tanya Chutkan rejected the former, current, and future liar’s requests to block the release of documents to the US House committee investigating the January 6 Capitol Riot.

The court issued a preliminary injunction sought by The liar’s lawyers. A judge ruled that  POTUS, President Joe Biden was “best positioned” to determine whether to waive executive privilege on documents sought by the House. 

“ This is a dispute between a former and incumbent President,” Chutkan wrote. “And the Supreme Court has already made clear that in such circumstances, the incumbent’s view is accorded greater weight.”

Trump “does not acknowledge the deference owed” to Biden’s judgment as to the current president, Chutkan said. However, she added, “Presidents are not kings, and Plaintiff is not President.

Then there is the liar who has turned teammates angry for not telling the truth about getting his shots and possibly endangering his fellow players. He is now paying with greenbacks. The team is paying a high price for his lies. He is being fined $14,650 for violating COVID-19 protocols.

There is also the TV anchorman who was the face of a news division but got demoted for lying years ago. He knew his best days at NBC were beh him before his exit. He is trying to put his lies aside and leave the peacock behind him. He will sign off after 28 years, 38 countries, 8 Olympic Games, 7 presidential elections, half a dozen presidents, a few wars, an SNL appearance, and a lie.  tThw American journalist

Most folks are honest. But there is nothing worse than the feeling you get when you think you’re being lied to. We all know trust is the scaffold of any relationship and there’ll be damage to repair either from lying or from one too many false accusations of lying. Of course, if the individual was shoddy, to begin with, then go away!

There are 869 different forms of lying, but only one of them has been squarely forbidden. Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor. I wish the condo board at 190 Fordham on Coty Island followed Mark Twain’s advice