This is The White House’s BEST Defense Against Impeachment
There’s a reassuring old saying out there for anyone who values the truth as a universal good. It goes, “A lie can travel halfway around the world before the truth can get out of bed.” Mark Twain said that.
So, why is the truth so sluggish? Because the truth has perfect persistence. Essential truths remain true no matter what people do, think, or say. But a lie, well, that’s just a temporary patch for the mistakes of unscrupulous people.
The old folk tale of the tortoise and the hare is a perfect analogy for the difference between truth and lies. The truth is like the tortoise, of course. And a lie is like the egotistical and inconstant hare. While the tortoise continues to move steadily, the hare is not interested in running his best race. His interest in beating the tortoise without trying.
Not only does the hare wish to beat the tortoise without trying, but he wants the whole world to see him beat the tortoise without trying. The ease with which he moves is the source of his vanity.
So it is with lies.
With the impeachment trial finally here, President Trump knows full well that the facts are on his side. He continues to do his job faithfully while the Democrats flaunt their position and try to woo their low-information audience.
Here’s Fox News with Trey Gowdy on the truth card Trump has up his sleeve.