“Smoking doesn’t kill.” ‑ Mike Pence
Donald Trump has a tweet for everything. pic.twitter.com/o7gkW0zcH5
— The Tweetwit 🆘 (@TheTweetwit) February 27, 2020
Former Hoosier here 👋
Mike Pence said smoking doesn’t kill. He was single-handedly responsible for a statewide AIDS outbreak. And the lax gun laws he passed increased deaths across the Midwest.
Also, he doesn’t believe in science. 😬 https://t.co/w52rgwNH3N
— Shannon Watts (@shannonrwatts) February 27, 2020
A science denier who claimed smoking didn’t cause cancer, and who enabled a HIV outbreak with his stance against needles, is now in charge of handling a global health emergency?
— Morten Øverbye (@morten) February 27, 2020
"He's got a certain talent for this," Trump says of Pence, who was just named to lead the government's coronavirus approach.
As Indiana governor Pence allowed an HIV outbreak in Scott County to spread to epidemic proportions because he slow-walked approval for needle exchanges.
— Katie Rogers (@katierogers) February 26, 2020
My dad (a doctor) had signs in every bathroom in our house that said, “Handwashing prevents infection!” with a teddy bear and a heart. I wouldn’t mind seeing those signs everywhere now. More effective than Pence.
— Asha Rangappa (@AshaRangappa_) February 27, 2020