We’re not as smart as the Smartest Thinkers at Vox.
That’s why it’s so important that in our quest for facts and truth, we turn to outlets like Vox.
Only they can save us from the world we perceive through our own lying eyes and ears:
There's a dangerous, uniquely American form of skepticism on the rise — and it's sowing doubt in verifiable realities such as climate change, Covid-19, and the 2020 election: https://t.co/5zX0c5rAs2
— Vox (@voxdotcom) March 4, 2021
It’s definitely a huge problem that some Americans are still skeptical of “verifiable realities.”
"Verifiable realities", as defined by Vox. https://t.co/JMEcOJuTbe
— Schadenfreudelish (@aggierican) March 4, 2021
As defined by Vox and the rest of our woke liberal betters.
— Will Collier (@willcollier) March 4, 2021
Maybe bc our institutions are unserious. pic.twitter.com/eEY4l1JuNs
— GABorn (@GraceAnngab) March 4, 2021
Guess that time Kamala Harris suggested that any vaccine developed during the Trump administration could be dangerous wasn’t skepticism so much as her just trying to tease out a verifiable reality.
"The science is settled."
— CriticalBlast (@CriticalBlast) March 4, 2021
DANGER IDEAS https://t.co/NWZVXRZBON
— Chad Felix Greene (@chadfelixg) March 4, 2021
According to Vox, it's "Dangerous" to be skeptical of liberals. https://t.co/VMr7quZciY
— Hammy ✈ (@e2pilot) March 4, 2021
Well, yes. That’s pretty much what their argument boils down to.
How dare you question? You shall listen to us when we tell you what to believe! https://t.co/tUUb3sF4hs
— Gabe Smith (@GabeJSmith) March 4, 2021
Vox will ask the questions around here, thank you very much!
Lmao aren't these the people who used to say "question everything?" https://t.co/jNiGEy20WA
— David Edward™ (@_David_Edward) March 4, 2021
They didn’t mean *you* should question everything.
Vox satire on point. https://t.co/yIw7PIOKLh
— Gamestonks from Florida (@futral27) March 4, 2021
If only it were satire.
Alternate Headline: There's a dangerous, uniquely American form of apathy on the rise — and it's causing people to write pointless think pieces highlighting their intellectual bankruptcy. https://t.co/t1Ddd4HKqg
— Sean Bannion (@SeanBannion) March 4, 2021
There’s a uniquely human form of skepticism on the rise that grows from people realizing they’re constantly being lied to by media. https://t.co/0krdiwqbKi
— Fuzzy Chimp (@fuzzychimpcom) March 4, 2021
You can see Vox's short lived strategy of "not sucking" didn't survive. https://t.co/7hqBblu5QB
— Cranky "Odal Ruin" Gordon (@StillCrankyAF) March 4, 2021