Yesterday we posted an epic rant from Mike Rowe on 'logical fallacies' entitled "Mike Rowe Eviscerates "Smug" Snowflake Who Calls Him A 'White Nationalist'". To summarize, Rowe responded to a Facebook follower who tried to argue that his position asserting that maybe not every high school kid in America needs a $200,000 BA in anthropology essentially proved that he was a "white nationalist." Can't you see the logic flow?
Now, we have another great example of a logical fallacy presented by former DNC Chair Howard Dean...it goes something like this:
All white nationalists in America voted for Trump; Trump ran in 2016 as Republican; Therefore, all Republican candidates and anyone who votes for them are necessarily white nationalists.
Unfortunately, we're not joking...frankly, we're not even really exaggerating.
Here's what Dean had to say on MSNBC:
"I think this may be the moment for Trump. I think today, in the 2018 elections, if you vote for Republicans you're supporting Donald Trump. If you want to vote for a racist in the White House, then you better vote for Republicans. So, I think this may be the moment that turns America away from the Republican party."
Conclusion, Democrats better sweep the House in 2018 or you're all a bunch of racists...