I’m busy grading exams and quizzes today, and I’m grateful that none of my students have stumbled on the McEnany solution, which is to justify wrong answers by saying they just used different numbers than I gave them.
Reporter: The U.S. has 4% of the global population and 24% of the world’s COVID-19 death, how is that a success?
McEnany: We use different numbers pic.twitter.com/Wj30EUnlpr
— NowThis (@nowthisnews) September 17, 2020
It is a kind of universal answer, though.
“I asked you what 2 + 2 is, and you said 3.14! That’s wrong!”
Nah, I just added two different numbers than the ones you used.
Republicans: Still creating their own reality, even down to using different math.