Wife of Democratic Politician Narrates Holocaust Denier’s Documentary Claiming the Sun Revolves Around the Earth

Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam. He is completing a book on the international challenges America faces in the 21st century.


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Democrats are the party of science because they keep claiming that 97 percent of scientists believe the sky will fall unless Al Gore becomes a billionaire. In reality, they’re the party of science like Frankenstein’s monster went to Yale.

A study found that conservative Republicans were the most likely to know that the earth revolves around the sun while Democrats were the least likely to know it.

Why do Democrats believe the sun revolves around the earth? It must be their natural feudal instincts.

At any rate, Kate Mulgrew, an actress and the wife of Pennsylvania Democratic politician Tim Hagan, will be narrating a documentary about how the sun revolves around the earth.

Also it’s a documentary from a Holocaust denier… because Democrats have issues with science and Jews.

Tim Hagan, a Kennedy pal, was the Democratic Party’s gubernatorial candidate in 2002. Politics is his family business and he only retired recently. His wife has found other ways to make money.

A new documentary film, narrated by a former Star Trek actress, promotes the long-ago disproven idea that the sun revolves around the Earth.

“Everything we think we know about our universe is wrong,” says actress Kate Mulgrew as she narrates the trailer for “The Principle.”

Of course, there are other reasons for Mulgrew not to get involved with the makers of this film regardless of their lack of scientific integrity. Sungenis also happens to be a Holocaust  denier who believes in the “New World Order” and who writes articles about how Jewish people have aligned themselves with Satan.

Do you know what Democrats are also more likely to be than Republicans? Anti-Semitic.

Democrats tend to be more anti-Semitic than Republicans. For example, Republicans are less likely to view Jews as caring only about themselves (12 percent) than Democrats or independents (20 percent each).

You can’t blame the Democrats. They’re just angry over Jewish control of the sun.

  • Alexbensky

    Of course we control the sun. How do you think it came to be named “Sol?”

    • Boogie’s Daddy

      Well, I know they can make the sun stand still during a daylight battle, if they want to. That’s pretty impressive.
      But why blame the Jews? It’s their God that empowers them.
      But I’m not scared because of Romans 8:28 .

    • Mickey

      Very good Sir!

  • A Z

    Some good humor at the Mathbabe link.

    http://mathbabe.org/2014/03/13/the-sun-goes-around-the-earth/

    “She is to appear as the narrator in a “documentary” entitled The Principle which espouses the long-debunked idea of a geocentric universe.”

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kate_Mulgrew

  • Gee

    Next she will claim the earth is flat

    • A Z

      I am not going to watch the film. I assume that it is a “reference frame” argument or silliness.

    • BS77

      Irrationality is the new normal

  • DogmaelJones1

    It just goes to show that appearing in any Star Trek spinoff, such as Kate Mulgrew did in “Voyager,” doesn’t mean that real science will rub off on you. And the “Voyager” was supposed to be a “science vessel.” I guess Mulgrew was hired to narrate the documentary because she would speak from a position of “authority.” After all, she flew dozens of light years to stars that revolve around their planets, too. Perhaps next she’ll claim that Klingons and the Borg are actually Jews in disguise, or creations of the Elders of Zion, and that we’re all their puppets.

    • A Z

      I read here wiki bio. She has a consistent pro-life stand. It is not perfect because it does not take into account evil actions, but for someone who is a “moderate” or a leftist it is a step in the right direction. I am not sure where she is coming from on this. Maybe it is from a frame of reference argument. We may find out soon.

      • Daniel Greenfield

        She claims she was misled, but I’m not sure how you can be misled into narrating a doc that claims that sun revolves around the earth.

        At some point in the narration that would have to come up.

        • A Z

          In electrical engineering if I remember correctly they follow positive charges and not electrons. It really doesn’t matter if you look at the flow of positive quantum or negative quantum.

          It is similar with planets and frame of references. The laws all work the same. Actually the earth does not revolve around the sun but around a point in between the sun and the earth that is so close to the center of the sun it does not matter for most calculations. In a binary star system it would matter.

          However, by convention the frame of reference we would use is the sun’s frame of reference, the more massive body. The comments on the link below were good.

          http://mathbabe.org/2014/03/13/the-sun-goes-around-the-earth/

          BTW Mulgrew’s mother introduced her to her current husband.

          Still Mulgrew should have stayed well enough away from a holocaust denier. But she didn’t and kept digging a deeper hole.

  • herb benty

    The sun around the Earth nonsense has a very long history and many abhor the thought it’s not true. Nimrod, Appolo etc. the “round” wafer in Catholicism( remember Galileo arrested for daring to say the Earth revolved around the sun? This fits with the NEW Paganism of environmentalism. This is why seemingly sentient modern humans WANT to believe lies. This was all fortold. We are now there.

    • SCREW SOCIALISM

      Tree Huggers.

      • herb benty

        “They will worship the creation, instead of the Creator”. Yes, as a retired logger, I dealt with tree huggers for decades.

        • Wolfthatknowsall

          You probably didn’t get to deal with the tree-huggers in the way you wanted!

          • herb benty

            Pacific NorthWest, Vancouver Island is one instance, our camp of 250 men shut down by a ragtag gaggle, because of “Old Growth” logging. We were getting too near the killer whales, “rubbing rocks” it was thought even though we had left an impenetratable barrier of distance and forest. Old growth gives off way more CO2 than new trees as they rot. Our leftist government immediately sided with the enviro-loonies, even though our union had insisted on us voting for them for decades. Obama will no doubt side with the enviros over Keystone and cheap permanent energy from Canada. The “worker” is just cannon fodder, the tree hugger activist is a “true believer” to be harnessed

      • herb benty

        That’s one branch, yup!

  • wileyvet

    Well I am not surprised since Leftists and Dems believe the world revolves around them.

  • Fritz Kohlhaas

    Words fail me!!

  • Mad Dog

    No surprise. We’re talking about the same gullible chumps who believed “if you like your insurance, you can keep your insurance.”

    • JackSpratt

      And disbelieved the death panels.

  • William Manning

    Just for the record:
    Years ago as a wallpaper and paint man in Miami
    –I had met dozens of holocast survivors
    –serial number-like tattoos on their arm
    –Russians too, which surprised me, because I never knew
    –Thier stories dwarfed any sadness I had ever known
    –by a country mile
    –Having grown up in NYC, I’m not easily fooled
    – I can spot a phony a mile away
    –But I also know the real thing when I see it
    –trust me on this, those tears were real

  • Adam

    This is what happens when you stir-fry your brain in creationism. Does it also say the earth is 5,000 years old, instead of 4.5-4.7 billion? I dont think I could suffer though it that long to find out…

    There is also the possibility that those involved did not know what the final cut of the movie would say. Its entirely quote mined from what I hear, and many scientists as well as the aforementioned narrator are seriously pissed at them.

    • Daniel Greenfield

      Actually conservative Republicans are the most likely to know that the earth revolves around the sun… Democrats are the least likely to know it.

  • Kramo

    i wish Tim Hagan was from PA. Unfortunately, he’s from Ohio and we had to put up with him when he was a Cuyahoga County commissioner.

  • http://geoffreybritain.wordpress.com/ Geoffrey_Britain

    Back the truck up. Mulgrew posted on her Facebook page a rebuttal;

    “”I understand there has been some controversy about my participation in a
    documentary called THE PRINCIPLE. Let me assure everyone that I completely agree with the eminent physicist Lawrence Krauss, who was himself misrepresented in the film, and who has written a succinct rebuttal in SLATE.

    I am not a geocentrist, nor am I in any way a proponent of geocentrism. More importantly, I do not subscribe to anything Robert Sungenis has written regarding science and history and, had I known of his involvement, would most certainly have avoided this documentary. I was a voice for hire, and a misinformed one, at that. I apologize for any confusion that my voice on this trailer may have caused. Kate Mulgrew”

    • mhojai

      in other words…I don’t care what you say as long as you pay me to say it.

    • rxpc

      Thanks Geoffrey. Now I won’t have to change my avatar.