Chadwick Boseman, who played a prominent role in the 2016 presidential campaign, said he believes in a “universalist” view of nature, and that science is not “just about whether something is true or not.”
The science of nature is not just about whether it’s true or it’s not true.
Science is about the way the world works, and the universe is a part of that, Bosemans views on the matter have been documented on Twitter and elsewhere.
His tweet is just the latest in a long string of anti-scientific comments Trump has made about the scientific method and the workings of nature.
In February, Trump called for a “total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States” and said there is “absolutely no scientific basis for” the existence of climate change.
Trump has also tweeted anti-vaccine sentiment, and said in April that “everybody should be vaccinated” in light of the coronavirus outbreak.
He also claimed that the Earth’s surface is “made of fake news” and claimed the climate was changing due to human activity.
In April, he told Fox News that climate change is “not a hoax” and that “scientists don’t want to say anything bad about the scientists.”