7 Dumbest Signs From The March For Science

The March for Science took place over the weekend. As expected, the march had nothing to do with science and everything to do with left-wing virtue signaling.

Nowhere was this more evident than the signs that people hoisted at the march, which were far more reflective of leftist activism than actual science.

Here were the seven dumbest signs from the March for Science.


At least the first one on the list is related to science. The rest are all counterfactual to reality.


The "scince" speaks for itself.


The supposed "cuts to science" aren't specified because there aren't any.


The juxtaposition of the sign reading "science doesn't have an agenda" next to a sign accusing "climate-change deniers" of muzzling scientists is an awesome display of irony.


Someone at the March for Science would cite works of fiction to support their argument.


This would be more intellectually honest if these men were referred to as legal immigrants.


The above sign is a reference to the apparitions of the Grady twins in The Shining, where they creepily chant, "Come and play with us, Danny, forever, and ever, and ever." It may not necessarily mean that "greens want to murder climate skeptics," but clearly the inventor of the sign wants a bad fate to befall those who don't believe in the leftist dogma that man-made climate change is going to result in Armageddon.

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