Just about every “fact” offered by Carly Fiorina turns out to be wrong

Carly Fiorina’s biggest weakness is becoming more and more apparent: She is factually challenged.

Time and time again, she offers statistics and stories, especially during debates, that turn out to be completely untrue.

The latest example is her repetition of the bogus claim that “92 percent of the┬ájobs lost during Barack Obama’s first term, belonged to women.” The “statistic” is wrong. It was briefly used by the Mitt Romney campaign in 2012 but quickly dropped when further information showed it to be untrue.

Fiorina, however, merely doubles down and gets testy when confronted by reality, just as she did after her completely manufactured story of an abortion video she claimed to have seen.