Yes, truth eventually always prevails. Patience is key, in a world of propaganda. Some truth takes decades to prevail.
I still haven't read the OP's specific "lies" being complained about. Promotion of lies? What lies? If the purpose is to protect others from believing a lie, citing the specific lie would be where you start. Calling a person a liar would require citation of what they are lying about, to be taken seriously. Otherwise it's just a tool of propaganda. The person complaining (they are liars) without revealing the specific lie is a means to persuade a reader to go along and believe what the complainer is stating, without question.
I don't subscribe to believing organizations or individuals are (liars and lying) without knowing what I'm being told they are lying about. This is what Big Tech has adopted as a means to (other) those who do not submit in lockstep with their promoted beliefs. To discover truth, you first must identify the specific "lie". Continuing your purpose by holding to generalized terms that (they are liars) does not seek truth. It only perpetuates the tool of propaganda and exposes the intent of the the person campaigning against those they disagree with. They do not want debate. They want compliance and blind agreement. It's encouraging to know more people are waking up to this tactic and realizing it is a means to remove free speech.
We still have no idea what "lie" is being claimed here. That's discouraging and enlightening at the same time.