When you assert a truthfully alleged statement, do you articulate the statement itself or you add words like “true” or “fact”?
Well, according to the redundancy theory of truth, asserting that a statement is true is completely equivalent to asserting the statement itself. Truth is a redundant concept, according to rendundancy theorists.
Either you say “This car is red” or “it is true that this car is red” it is the same.
Frank P.Ramsey said that words like “fact” and “truth” are nothing but a roundabout way of asserting a proposition.