What Fresh Hell Is This?

February 6, 2017

Well, THIS Is Hardly Surprising

From The Washington Post:
From the campaign trail to the White House, the Trump administration has generally shown a lack of concern for human-caused climate change, at best — and, at worst, disbelief in its existence. And it seems that many Trump voters share these views as well.

Just 25 percent of people who voted for Donald Trump believe climate change is occurring now and is caused by human activity, according to a recent survey by researchers from the University of New Hampshire.
But I mean, if they can believe without evidence that between 3-5 million illegal votes were cast for Hillary Clinton last November or that the crowd at Trump's inauguration was the largest ever or that he will get Mexico to pay for his stupid wall, then it's not that out of place for them to believe in the science of climate change.

Happy Monday!


Deplorable Omega Supreme Cuck said...

"without evidence"
Just Drivers Licenses for Illegal aliens and the encouragement of the California and Mexican Governments. And the complete unwillingness to allow any kind of audit.

There was no evidence that the Democratic sheriff Paul Cantrell lost the election just because his deputies seized the ballot boxes.

Deplorable Omega Supreme Cuck said...

Was Jackie Coakley gang raped at the UVA Phi Kappa Psi fraternity?

"To every survivor of sexual assault...You have the right to be heard. You have the right to be believed. We're with you." —Hillary

Ol' Froth said...


Deplorable Omega Supreme Cuck said...

Just checking how much evidence matters to Dayvoe.
Do you believe Jackie Coakley?

Dayvoe said...

Wow, Cuck. You really need to do your homework better. Do you not remember the THREE blog posts I wrote on the UVA Rolling Stone rape story?


Get some rest snowflake. The world will make more sense to you once you've had your cocoa and you've taken a nice nap.

Next time, do a little research. You'll look like less of an idiot.

Deplorable Omega Supreme Cuck said...

I commented on all three.
"The problem is that the reporting of Jackie's story isn't what it should be. Its errors erode the confidence the audience should have about the rest of the piece and by extension the greater issue being discussed - campus rape. And that's the big problem. "
Progressives blamed Rolling Stone for faulty journalism. But criticizing Jackie Coakley was victim blaming/shaming and rape apology.

"Remember, we live in a society where the accusation of a crime is not evidence of that crime."
Expect if that crime is Rape

Dayvoe said...

Oh, Cuck. Now you just showed EVERYONE that you didn't quite understand what I wrote.