[Posting anonymous on the internet—one of the most unvirtuous things a person can do, in my opinion—sparked the idea for this piece.]
It is as though post-modernism has gripped the current administration; whatever story told becomes the official story, even if it contradicts the previous story. We, as citizens, are merely to accept whatever new account we’re given.
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