Senator Jon Kyl made this statement the other day.
'NOT INTENDED TO BE A FACTUAL STATEMENT'Not intended to be a factual statement! I call that a lie. Right? A lie is a non-factual statement. Just to be sure, I checked the internet. I'm right. The internet say a lie is
a false statement made with deliberate intent to deceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.And where did he say this? On the floor of the Senate. See, he is the Senate Minority Whip. That means he is one of the leaders in the Senate. It means he is one of the republican leaders in the Senate. Leaders are supposed to set a good example. I guess a good republican example is a liar.
What was he lying about? It doesn't matter. If you really want to know, check out the link. It will tell you.
But the important point that I want to make is that here is a leader of the Senate admitting that he was lying in statements he made on the floor of the Senate. LYING!
Should he be charged with lying to Congress just like other people have?