Every word that Donald J. Trump utters is subject to close scrutiny by liberals hoping that he will put his foot in his mouth, be caught in a lie, or offend one group or another.
Liberal fact checkers go through Trump’s speeches with fine-toothed combs looking for anything that might incriminate the GOP nominee.
Here’s some things that these fact checkers have discovered about what Trump said.
Statistics cited by Trump during his acceptance speech were “basically right.”
Melanie Mason of the Los Angeles Times was the second reporter to confirm that Trump’s facts were correct.
Trump’s numbers on crime were “mostly accurate.” At least that’s what Seema Mehta, also of the Times, said.
Unfortunately for liberals, Trump doesn’t make stuff up to cover his tracks like some other presidential nominees who shall remain nameless.
Conservative Tribune reports:
Melanie Mason of the Los Angeles Times was one of two fact checkers who was forced to report that statistics cited by Donald Trump during his Thursday acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention were “basically right,” though she added in her liberal way that immigration in general was “flat overall.”
However, Mason couldn’t deny the fact that her “fact checking” showed that Donald Trump was right in his assessments. In fact, she was the second reporter to confirm that The Donald’s facts were indeed facts.
Seema Mehta, another Times reporter, confirmed that Trump’s crime numbers were “mostly accurate,” though again she had to mitigate the damage to the mainstream media’s open borders agenda by claiming that “his conclusion are a stretch.”