Another Tom Steyer, Left Wing-Funded Group Gathers On The National Mall: March For Science Redux
"Another march took place in downtown Washington, D.C. on Saturday – this one featuring anti-faith, pro-climate change, pro-LGBT activists, unions, and other left-wing, anti-Trump groups carrying signs and posters to advance the cause of science."
Darn, I missed it. [sarcasm off]
Freaks for science? I guess that it doesn't have to make sense, but each of them needs some sort of gene therapy to cure their 'condition'.
LL: Some kind of therapy anyway because this is ridiculous on many levels. They are "for" science so that makes the rest of us "against" it? That's like marching for nitrogen & oxygen.
Also, I have a hard time being lectured to about science by people who never took a science class in their clueless lives. They wouldn't know science if it came up and smacked them up the side of their mush-laden skulls.
I could go on, but the point is that I really wish they would leave science out of their politics.
Are these the same people who think there's a gazillion different genders?
They are "for" science so that makes the rest of us "against" it?
It makes me think about the people who post their pics on Facebook with the frame saying "We won't let hate win." See how that works? If you're against having illegal aliens populate your country, you're automatically a "hater." I call that attitude rather, well - hateful.
Adrienne: Yes, the LGBTxyz crowd is part of this march for science because the notion of multitudinous genders is so scientific.
There is nothing more intolerant that the self-proclaimed "tolerant" left and hateful is anyone who doesn't agree with their agenda.
Am I intolerant of this nonsense? Probably.
These things make my head hurt. They need to study real science, if they have the brains to.
Jan: As long as they don't resort to violence or disrupting the lives of normal citizens, they can march until the dingbats fly home.
Messymimi: It would be great if they did study real science because they'd see the error of their thinking, but I won't hold my breath that they will.
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