About the data...much of what Trump has said is an exaggerated take on a real issue. Therefore while being technically false, it's still mostly true, or designed to call attention to a problem. He's had his share of stating lies as truth, mostly I believe when he's badly misinformed. Which he is pretty misinformed on a lot of issues, so When he talks about them he says a lot of things that are untrue. This gives great grist for the media mill to cherry pick data for misleading charts.
Oh really? When Trump accused Ted Cruz's father of involvement in JFK assassination, what true problem was he calling attention to?
You just refuse to admit that "knowing it is very unlikely to exist" is the same as "knowing it doesn't exist".
You're making your own mistake of defining God as a thing that can be known to exist or not. This is common, in fact I would say it is a fact that all atheists that make a big deal of knowing God does not exist are defining what the existence of God would mean in a number of ways.
IF a believer doesn't agree with any of those definitions, then that means the atheist and the believer (at least sometimes) aren't even talking about the same thing.
Whats the big deal? I didn't listen closely (have actual work to do) but it sounds like she just ended a relationship with someone she didn't love, which sounds like it was the right thing to do. And she wants to be someone's homemaker/housewife - so what? There are plenty of people who want that type of relationship.
Your cartoons have completely refuted my citations. I am well rebuked.
You do know who owns PolitiFact, right?
Tampa Bay Times. Whatever; you can read all of their fact check; they are quite transparent about how they work. If you think they are wrong about some things you're welcome to come up with your own interpretation. But the discrepancy in truthfulness is so huge that you can't just write it off to bias unless you're going to bring something more than cartoons to the table. That is, if you want anyone outside of your little cheer circle to take you seriously (you genuinely don't seem to care).