"On Sunday's 'Meet the Press,'Kellyanne Conway, counselor to the president, called easily disproved claims made by White House press secretary Sean Spicer 'alternative facts.' A bewildered Chuck Todd responded, 'Alternative facts are not facts. They are falsehoods.' While the phrase 'alternative facts' reminded many of the terms 'falsehoods,' 'lies' and 'untruths' it reminded many others of George Orwell's dystopian, politically-charged novel '1984.' Not only were people inspired to tweet about that, they wanted to purchase a copy. By early Wednesday morning, the novel was the best-selling book on Amazon.com." [nola.com]
If we don't uphold truth we're in trouble
For there is no such thing in Trump's bubble.
To listen to Kellyanne
Is living Orwellian
Where a lie's not a lie but truth's double.