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The base viewed the election as having been stolen and wanted Republicans to reflect that belief, however untrue.
Those people who stood there asking the questions KNOW what they are claiming is untrue yet they quote, re-quote and link to one another story after story that began as lies and grew into bigger ones.
Editors follow policies meant to keep out anything untrue, such as requiring sources for all claims.
The result is reminiscent of Oscar Wilde’s essay, Decay of Lying, and its concluding revelation that “the telling of beautiful untrue things is the proper aim of Art.”
It wasn’t that Powell said things that were obviously untrue.
On this subject, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and other companies have chosen to combat falsehoods more directly than ever before, arguing that untrue medical information was different from political speech.
It made all our explanations seem childish and untrue; the false relation was instantly exposed.
But I do object to the addition of news which is untrue, and which can surely be seen through by any reading public.
But I have enough mental acuteness to see that the religion of Jeremy Taylor was cowardly, and gloomy, and untrue.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
Somebody presumes to contradict him, and clearly proves to him that what he says is untrue.

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