Donald Trump may be the most anti-science candidate in the presidential race

Donald Trump may be the most anti-science candidate in the presidential race June 16, 2015

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While in reality we have very little to worry about when it comes to Donald Trump actually winning the White House, the idea itself is horrifying.

Not only is he a racist bigot who loves to throw his wealth in people’s faces, even in his own candidacy announcement, “I have total net worth of $8.73bn,” he said. “I’m not doing that to brag. I’m doing that to show that’s the kind of thinking or country needs.”

He also has a long history of anti-science comments that make even the most anti-science Republicans look pro-science.

Twitter user  @pourmecoffee rounded up some of the worst that include climate change denial, Ebola paranoia and even worse, anti-vaccination scares in which he calls vaccines dangerous and suggests we need to save our children from them.

So let’s all just be thankful that his billions of dollars cannot buy him a likable personality.

(Image: Gage Skidmore / Creative Commons)

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