Opinion by Michael Royster
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The effectiveness of the Big Lie has been recognized by politicians ever since WWII. The Big Lie theory holds that if a big lie is repeated often enough, people will come to believe it, whereas they won’t necessarily credit small lies.
The Big Lie strategy has been wholeheartedly adopted by PT, Brazil’s leftist Workers Party; it thrives in Brazil's Northeast, and has been exported around the . . .