For the “can’t make this up” file, the Washington Post, which last week fact-checked an SNL skit critical of President Obama, is now fact-checking science fiction movies about cloned dinosaurs:
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) November 30, 2014
Moronic. And Tweeters agree:
@washingtonpost All the scientists criticizing the science fictional movie isn't intelligent enough to know that its fiction?
— ⚽️Mark De Silva⚽️ (@Markanthonysilv) November 30, 2014
@washingtonpost because Jurassic world is a nat geo documentary about dinosaurs
— Syafeeq (@syafeeqKL) November 30, 2014
— jared nieters (@jarednieters) November 30, 2014
@washingtonpost Oh no! A Science FICTION movie isn't factual? What next, will scientist being saying Lord of the Rings isn't factual also?
— Badwolf (@BadWolvesx) November 30, 2014
@washingtonpost I am shocked that the scientific accuracy of a fictional movie is less than desired.
— Jeffrey Royer (@JeffreyRoyer) November 30, 2014
@washingtonpost Imagine there being fiction in science fiction??
— Tom El-Shawk (@TomElShawk) November 30, 2014
@washingtonpost might as well have a NASA engineer fact-check Star Wars.
— Principles of Govt. (@PrinciplesofGov) November 30, 2014
— Rose DF (@_Astro_Nerd_) November 30, 2014
— Lauren Jenkins (@laurenist) November 30, 2014
And shut up Washington Post, too.
Here’s the trailer for you to fact-check at home:
— Jurassic World (@JurassicWorld) November 25, 2014