bald-faced liar

bald-faced liar

One who tells blatantly obvious and/or impudent untruths easily and with little or no attempt to disguise the lie. Everyone knows he is just a bald-faced liar. It's a wonder anyone believes a thing he says anymore.
See also: liar
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I'm no fan of Vladamir Putin, but the way he's calling out John Kerry as a bald-faced liar doesn't look good.
Here's one example of the leftist "logic": Because Ryan has praised Rand, saying her views contributed to his values and beliefs, and because he has credited Rand with motivating him to enter politics, Ian Reifowitz, a writer for the Daily Kos, concludes that Ryan must therefore embrace Rand's philosophy.1 Reifowitz even calls Ryan a "bald-faced liar" for saying he rejects Rand's philosophy.
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Called by the Ku Klux Klan "the most hated man in Alabama" and an "integrating, carpet-bagging, scalawagging, race-mixing, bald-faced liar" by Governor George Wallace,(1) the Judge Johnson I knew was no radical, but a man of deep principle.
Bald-faced liars operate under the theory that if you repeat something enough times, people will start to believe it.