Poor Donald Trump. Not only has he slipped in the polls for the presidential race, but he’s also fallen out of the top position in the Batshittiest Crazy Stuff Said race. In both cases, the new winner is Ben Carson. And where Ben Carson wins, logic, facts, and the American public on the whole generally lose.
Which is thankfully where Twitter comes in. By now I’m sure you’ve heard Carson’s “The Pyramids Were Built So Joseph Could Store Grain” theory, but really it’s better if you see it in action:
But you’ve got a long way until the election, Ben. So Twitter has stepped up with all of the other science-y related things you might believe because who the fuck knows anymore.
Stonehenge was a set of dominoes for dinosaurs before God made them extinct for supporting gay marriage. #bencarsonwikipedia— Crutnacker (@Crutnacker) November 6, 2015
Hitler didn't commit suicide I stabbed him at Popeyes. #bencarsonwikipedia— Sally O'Mally (@SnarkyFieds) November 6, 2015
A pony must eat 57 apples before it becomes a horse. #bencarsonwikipedia— Mike Monteiro (@monteiro) November 5, 2015
Jesus spelled backwards is Ronald Reagan. #bencarsonwikipedia— Wil Wheaton (@wilw) November 5, 2015
And my personal favorite:
Lightning was invented by Benjamin Franklin in the 1700s to power kites. #bencarsonwikipedia— Crutnacker (@Crutnacker) November 5, 2015
God bless you, Twitter. I, like Carson on evolution, might not fully understand you, but I’m glad that you exist.