The Pinocchio Test
The evidence suggests that until Obama had access to a shooting range as president, he never went skeet shooting. He certainly did not speak like a politician who had once used a firearm.
But it is also curious that the White House refuses to provide any documentary evidence that he actually used the shooting range at Camp David, since he claims he uses it “all the time,” or that a presidential friend has not come forward to confirm the president’s comments.
We live in suspicious times and the president lives in a media fishbowl. That’s the way it is. In the meantime, we do not have enough information to make a ruling one way or the other. We are eager to see a photograph, or hear from someone who saw him at the skeet range, to put this matter to rest.
It’s all much ado about nothing, of course, and it’s surprising that the dishonest liberals at the WaPo would deign to notice this tempest in a teapot in the first place. But to even pretend to believe this obvious a lie from the lyingest politician in human history itself strains credulity. And Kessler’s mighty effort to give the Fraud In Thief the undeserved benefit of the doubt while maintaining a relatively straight face is worthy of some sort of award.