and that's a fact

and that's a fact

Fig. and that is true. (Used to emphasize a statement.) John ain't no friend of mine, and that's a fact. I'll be glad when this day is over, and that's a fact.
See also: and, fact
References in classic literature ?
ow the time did fly, the truth was and that's a fact, you was a rare one for reading when you was a girl, but what with one thing and another you didn't get no time now not even to read the paper.
Well, Nancy, it do look like as if she'd tried ter get as nigh Heaven as she could, and that's a fact," he agreed, pointing with a crooked finger to where, sharply outlined against the reddening sky, a slender, wind-blown figure was poised on top of a huge rock.
I was just acquainted with him, and that's a fact, but I reckon you'll have to find some one who knows a good deal more than I do before you'll get the stuff you want for your paper.
The farmers about here don't like it, sir, and that's a fact.
I was in the deuce of a hurry, and didn't know that I should ever get what I wanted in time, and that's a fact.