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The 5 Biggest Lies From the Last Democratic Debate

One thing that can certainly be said about the 2020 Democratic debates thus far is that each one has been quite the spectacle. What can’t be said about the 2020 Democratic debates, though, is that they are full of accurate and honest information.

While leftist fact-checkers are notorious for taking it easy on Democrats and their debate claims, the fact still remains that the last Democratic debate contained no shortage of lies and half-truths.

From laughably claiming that Medicare for All won’t raise taxes to claiming that abortion is a constitutional right, there were several moments during that last Democratic debate that should make anyone with an inkling of political knowledge stop and scratch their heads. While it is true that the very nature of a debate invites slip-ups and half-truths, the lies told in the last Democratic debate are egregious, to say the least. So long as Democratic candidates remain shielded by the mainstream media, though, they can rest assured that their lies will never be examined too closely under the media spotlight.

To see for yourself the five biggest lies from the last Democratic debate, be sure to check out the video below.


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