Even hardened reporters accustomed to politicians' deceptions find Debbie Wasserman Schultz unusually brazen in her palpable falsehoods.
— Brit Hume (@brithume) September 6, 2012
Oh, snap! Brit Hume took to Twitter to rightly give DNC Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) the business for her pathological lying.
Mr. Hume also retweeted this gem.
Say what you will about Preibus, but he doesn't have DWS's apparent utter disdain for the truth. The press should notice this asymmetry.
— Timothy P Carney (@TPCarney) September 5, 2012
Debbie Wasserman “pants on fire” Schultz lies every time she opens her mouth.
I honestly don't think @dwstweets says any words that aren't either talking points or lies or both.
— L (@OrwellForks) September 7, 2012
— Commentary Magazine (@Commentary) September 6, 2012
When will the rest of the media call her out?
— John Nolte (@NolteNC) September 6, 2012
DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz keeps is telling bold-faced lies and the mainstream media doesn't seem to care: http://t.co/DsgqxUYj
— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) September 7, 2012
Huh. Fancy that. As Twitchy reported, Wasserman Schultz was caught in a blatant lie and was called out for it by Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren, whom she falsely quoted as saying that the GOP is dangerous for Israel.
Wasserman Schultz continues lying today.
@DWStweets spreading her lies again on FOX. I wonder if she teaches her kids that it's ok to lie.
— David Steidl (@steidlda) September 7, 2012
— Stacy (@lovethatbug1733) September 7, 2012
@DWStweets Oh Debbie if by "Jobs Growth" you mean "Jobs Shrink" then what you say about jobs is accurate. Your "Facts" are based on lies.
— JasonSpencer (@JasonLSpencer) September 7, 2012
@DWStweets What lies are you spreading today…..
— Patrick Ware (@PatrickWare1) September 7, 2012
@DWStweets all week u got caught in lies and now ur on fox trying to polish this pathetic job's report. it's the economy stupid. stop lying!
— joe republic (@joerepublic1) September 7, 2012
— RJM AMERICAN (@RJMorse13) September 7, 2012
Indeed. More Brit Hume, please.