EPA Chief Scott Pruitt Says Existence Of Science Can't Be Proven, Cites 1985 Government Study
Oklahoma City, OK -- Head of the Environmental Protection Agency Scott Pruitt expressed doubts today about the very existence of science, saying if it can’t be proven then he “doesn’t want to hear about it,” before dropping to his knees and praying to Our Heavenly Father.
Pruitt cited a Reagan Era study by some government agency called the Bureaucratic Sciences, or BS, which in 1985 stated science was no longer a reliable and proven way to help form legislation in the United States. The long-forgotten agency and study are getting newfound attention in the Trump Era.
“Maybe we should just go pray on this?” asked Pruitt at his dining room table during his family lunch today. His twelve children all nodded simultaneously while his wife smiled and stared into the distance blankly. Pruitt also denied that citing this study was a living and breathing example of science, again asking if he could pray on this.
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