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Donald Trump, Future, and Memes: Donald Trump Makes 5.5 False Or Misleading Claims Per Day, According To New Report @balleralert Donald Trump Makes 5.5 False Or Misleading Claims Per Day, According To New Report - blogged by @baetoven_ β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € In the 298 days that DonaldTrump has been in office, he's made 1,628 false or misleading claims, according to a count by the WashingtonPost's Fact Checker. That number averages to 5.5 misleading or false statements every day of Trump's presidency to date. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € According to the publication, Trump's most repeated declaration, uttered 60 times, is that the Affordable Care Act is dying when it's actually expected to remain stable in the future. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Trump has also taken credit for the creation of pre-existing programs or business decisions 55 other times. He uttered misleading claims about having the biggest tax cut 40 times, and the completely false claim that the United States is one of the highest-taxed nations 31 times. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € According to the Fact-Checker's estimates, if Trump maintains his current pace, he will exceed 2,000 false claims or misstatements in his first year in office.
Donald Trump, Future, and Memes: Donald Trump Makes 5.5 False
 Or Misleading Claims Per Day,
 According To New Report
 @balleralert
Donald Trump Makes 5.5 False Or Misleading Claims Per Day, According To New Report - blogged by @baetoven_ β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € In the 298 days that DonaldTrump has been in office, he's made 1,628 false or misleading claims, according to a count by the WashingtonPost's Fact Checker. That number averages to 5.5 misleading or false statements every day of Trump's presidency to date. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € According to the publication, Trump's most repeated declaration, uttered 60 times, is that the Affordable Care Act is dying when it's actually expected to remain stable in the future. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Trump has also taken credit for the creation of pre-existing programs or business decisions 55 other times. He uttered misleading claims about having the biggest tax cut 40 times, and the completely false claim that the United States is one of the highest-taxed nations 31 times. β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € According to the Fact-Checker's estimates, if Trump maintains his current pace, he will exceed 2,000 false claims or misstatements in his first year in office.

Donald Trump Makes 5.5 False Or Misleading Claims Per Day, According To New Report - blogged by @baetoven_ β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β € In the 298 days t...

Being Alone, Click, and Definitely: the-future-now Netflix's new site is a giant "f*ck you" to Comcast and Time Warner Netflix launched a site late Wednesday night called Fast.com, where- in one click - anyone browsing the internet can see how fast their internet speed is. Although it's great for consumers, some internet providers might not be happy about the new website. iwheaton Fuck Comcast sherlockspuppycat Netflix didn't invent that it's been around vaspider Netflix didn't invent speed checks, but this site is Netflix's preoccupiedpepper Okay, so here's why Netflix speedtest is so brilliant. Most of us know about Speedtest.net, right? Well Comcast and Time Warner know about it too. They know customers use it to check to see if they're getting what they are paying for. Comcast techs even tell customers to check their speed with Speedtest.net. So, to make sure people think they are getting good speeds, Comcast and Time Warner prioritize traffic going to Speedtest.net. When you check your speed there it's artificially inflated. That is NOT the speed you are getting when you browse tumblr and that is definitely not the speed you get when you watch Netflix. Comcast and Time Warner can not artificially inflate the results by prioritizing traffic to Fast.net unless they also prioritize traffic to Netflix, and they definitely do not want to do that. sacculetta That is so fucking slimy. Good for Netflix dayte Been using this for a while and recommending it to people, just for the ease of use alone Source: mic.com 79,815 notes Checkmate
Being Alone, Click, and Definitely: the-future-now
 Netflix's new site is a giant
 "f*ck you" to Comcast and
 Time Warner
 Netflix launched a site late Wednesday
 night called Fast.com, where- in one
 click - anyone browsing the internet
 can see how fast their internet speed is.
 Although it's great for consumers,
 some internet providers might not be
 happy about the new website.

 iwheaton
 Fuck Comcast
 sherlockspuppycat
 Netflix didn't invent that it's been
 around
 vaspider
 Netflix didn't invent speed checks, but
 this site is Netflix's

 preoccupiedpepper
 Okay, so here's why Netflix speedtest is
 so brilliant.
 Most of us know about Speedtest.net,
 right? Well Comcast and Time Warner
 know about it too. They know
 customers use it to check to see if
 they're getting what they are paying for.
 Comcast techs even tell customers to
 check their speed with Speedtest.net.
 So, to make sure people think they are
 getting good speeds, Comcast and
 Time Warner prioritize traffic going to
 Speedtest.net. When you check your
 speed there it's artificially inflated. That
 is NOT the speed you are getting when
 you browse tumblr and that is definitely
 not the speed you get when you watch
 Netflix.

 Comcast and Time Warner can not
 artificially inflate the results by
 prioritizing traffic to Fast.net unless
 they also prioritize traffic to Netflix, and
 they definitely do not want to do that.

 sacculetta
 That is so fucking slimy. Good for
 Netflix
 dayte
 Been using this for a while and
 recommending it to people, just for the
 ease of use alone
 Source: mic.com
 79,815 notes
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