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.