And in doing so, she lies about what she said.
Take a look. This is from twitter
You also said that the Covid-19 was "officially over" (you said it that its cycle is 70 days). That was May 31. How many dead since then?— David DeAngelo (@numbah_6) August 21, 2020
Why should anyone trust anything you say?https://t.co/3NJlXvnOKV
And Wendy responded with:
Hi David. Fake news. I never said that. I shared info from two respected mathematicians (one from Israel) who both charted the 70 day cycle in *all* countries. But let’s not let facts interfere with your leftist emotions.— Wendy Bell (@WendyBellPgh) August 22, 2020
Nice try. Game over.
Hmm. "Fact" is an interesting word isn't it, Wendy?
What is a fact? In this instance, this "fact" hinges on whether you said what I said you said. Did you say that "Covid is officially over" as I said you said? Did you say that "the cycle is 70 days" as I said you said?
If you did say those things, then I got the facts right and you're lying about what you said (or in this case, posted on Facebook).
Well, here's a screen shot from your Facebook page, Wendy:
Let's see. "Covid is officially over." CHECK. "The cycle is 70 days." CHECK.
Um, so what's that "fake news" that you tweeted? Because it certainly looks like you said what I said you said.
So I was right.
You were wrong
And now you're lying about what you said.
And that's a fact.