Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Arizona: Not Quite As Stupid as Texas, But They're Trying!

Arizona State Senator Sylvia Allen
"An Arizona lawmaker who believes the earth is only 6,000 years old and that the U.S. government regularly sprays its citizens with mind-controlling chemtrails has been selected to lead an Arizona legislative committee overseeing education.

Sen. Sylvia Allen (R)...was selected by fellow Republican and Senate president Andy Biggs to chair the Arizona Senate Education Committee...

...According to AZ Central, Allen attended high school but did not go to college...

...In March, Allen made national news when she derailed a discussion about gun legislation to suggest a law that forces Americans to go to church on Sundays.

In March 2013, she wrote an addled Facebook post about her belief the government was purposely poisoning its citizens with chemicals sprayed by airplanes, confusing white contrails left by aircraft with chemical trails.

'Okay, I do not want to get into a debate about weather.  However, I know what I see weekly up here on the flat where I live... The planes usely (sic), three or four, fly a grid across the sky and leave long white trails streaming behind them.  I have watched the chem-trails move out until the entire sky is covered with flimsy, thin cloud cover,' she wrote."

eye'm thynkin':  Maybe Ms. Allen is right about those chemtrails.  The regular distribution of a cloud of Keep'em Stupid Gas would explain why the state legislature believed it was a good idea to turn leadership of an important state education committee over to someone with who never made it past the 12th grade, who can't spell the word "usually," and who has never heard of the separation of church and state.  

It has to be the chem-trails--this degree of stupid just isn't found in the natural world.

Read more at Raw Story

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