This comes from a Pennsylvania Democratic Congressman from a Trump district, U.S. Rep. Matthew Cartwright (D-Pa.).
Talking about his Republican opponent “making things up,” he told the Washington Post, which reported it in an email:
“…our polling showed that about 30 percent of people believed it anyway. That’s called the ‘liar’s advantage, by the way. You ever heard that term?
Continuing he explains,
“I think it comes from Dr. Joseph Goebbels, the old minister in Germany of public misinformation.
“And the idea is that you repeat a lie enough times, people will begin to believe it.”
Ring any bells in McHenry County?
I mean besides Bruce Rauner’s lies about Jeannie Ives being a tool of Mike Madigan.