It's Tuesday, March 29, 2016, and facts are dead.
They had a good run.
It used to be that when people said "Who are you going to believe, me, or your own eyes?," they were joking. Not the Donald Trump campaign. It remains stubbornly impervious to reality.
"But we have video footage of this happening," you can say. "Look, here it is!"
"Ah," the Trump campaign says, bending eight spoons and then vanishing into a telephone, "but what if the whole world exists only as a figment of our minds?"
The Trump campaign has been an ongoing test of how few things people are willing to Google.
On Tuesday, Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski was charged with simple battery for allegedly aggressively grabbing reporter Michelle Fields out of the way in a manner that left visible bruises.