Blinded By Science

Governor Wally (MN-DFL) continues his efforts to run the state as if he were Governor William J. Le Petomane:

Churches can only have 10 people or less outdoors while bars and restaurants can have up to 50. No, I don’t know why either.

Governor Wally helpfully explains:

Gov. Walz trying to explain why churches can only have 10 people outdoors, but bars/restaurants can have up to 50… ”I think there is a very strong sense of urgency to figure this thing out around churches.” He says part of it is “predictability” of who will be there.

I’m sure that made more sense in his head before he said/wrote it. Those who support Governor Wally helpfully explain (this from a Star-Tribune article):

We support the cautious, science-driven, and health-focused approach that the governor has followed for the reopening of houses of worship,

A commenter from the Shot In the Dark blog helpfully reminds us:

Science is testable, observable, and repeatable. You need all three; two out of three is just talking points, not science.

Show your work, Governor.

In case you forgot or didn’t know because you went to a public school.

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