Leave it to Slate to out-stupid itself, time and time again.
Ben Shapiro shared one of their less enlightened (ha!) headlines:
This is an actual headline at Slate pic.twitter.com/DE4nQfuTrs
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) December 30, 2016
@benshapiro It is Slate, after all.
— Ex-GOP Greg (@Flying59Vette) December 30, 2016
@benshapiro Because there will be fewer accidents, and thus fewer deaths, and thus fewer organs to be donated? WTF?
— Mustafarian (@Red_Vanguard) December 30, 2016
Yup. So if fewer people die, fewer organs can be harvested so fewer people will be able to benefit from the deaths of others. Maybe? But if fewer people are in accidents doesn’t that also mean there would be less need for said organs?
Who knows, this could all tie back to some weird third-wave feminism narrative … it is Slate we’re talking about.
@benshapiro and it took TWO geniuses to write this one
— AIDAN (@sp404sx) December 30, 2016
@benshapiro assuming they work they will decrease the need for organ donors.
— Epileptic Warrior (@ausyarr) December 30, 2016
Wait, no one said there would be any math!
— Too late for SMOD16? (@PaulWDrake) December 30, 2016
@benshapiro we need more people to die in car crashes so we can take their organs!
— Adam Schwartz (@AdamSchwartz628) December 30, 2016
"Why polio vaccines are hurting the wheelchair industry."
— TrickyDickster (@FreedomTrigger) December 30, 2016
Don’t give Slate any ideas!