Mr. Gruber's usage — "undeniably true" — implies that truth can somehow be questioned. If a statement is true, it is undeniable. If a statement is widely accepted but still deniable, it is not true. It is widely accepted. Like "official," the hijacking of "true" is detrimental.

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