Senator and former Hillary Clinton running mate tried to get in on that #MarchForScience lectures today with this doozy:
Science is the pursuit of truth for the public interest. Pres Trump can't dismiss this fact, or all those marching today #MarchForScience
— Senator Tim Kaine (@timkaine) April 22, 2017
That’s what “science” is? What dictionary is Kaine using?
@timkaine Really? If I look it up in the dictionary will I find that definition? "Pursuit of Truth for public interest…?" Senator Kaine=Spinster. ?
— J-Me G (@Jaimison10) April 22, 2017
— heymikey80 (@heymikey80) April 22, 2017
Next Kaine should look up “schooled”:
@timkaine *political interest.
— RightWired (@_donaldson) April 22, 2017
— Sen. Frank Niceley (@SenFrankNiceley) April 22, 2017
@timkaine "Truth for the public interest" is pretty much the opposite of science.
— AJK Freeland (@AJKFreeland) April 22, 2017
People who are self-described arbiters of "the public interest" have no business in scientific research. https://t.co/WxpxmrDcwQ
— Strahan Cadell (@Sartor1836) April 22, 2017
Science is a field of study that constantly challenges itself. It's not a pursuit for truth. https://t.co/pENhtPcmtN
— Robyn ? (@youexhaust_me) April 22, 2017
Liberals can't figure out what bathroom to use & there's only 2 choices. Spare me your ignorant BS. https://t.co/FLaX9yEriY
— SNITFIT (@Snitfit) April 22, 2017
No. Science is the pursuit of truth about the material world. The public interest is in the hands of the public and public leaders. https://t.co/A9T32ggKqV
— Avi Woolf, Elitist? (@AviWoolf) April 22, 2017
"Science is the pursuit of truth"
Period, full stop.
Anything you say after that is agenda driven fuckery. https://t.co/K016OkNaKz
— ARoadbeerOfInfluence (@TheRoadbeer) April 22, 2017
And “agenda” Dems like Kaine have plenty of.
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