Rep. Thomas Massie Thomas Harold MassieJohn Kerry fires back at GOP congressman questioning his 'pseudoscience' degree Overnight Energy: John Kerry hits Trump over climate change at hearing | Defends Ocasio-Cortez from GOP attacks | Dems grill EPA chief over auto emission rollback plan John Kerry: Ocasio-Cortez offered "more leadership in one day than Trump on climate MORE (R-Ky.) Doubled down Thursday on his criticism of form Secretary of State John Kerry 's political science degree as not being "science."
"When I asked Kerry if he had a science degree, he answered 'no' but forgot to turn his microphone on, "Massie tweeted.
" The left has been using his flub to conceal what this exchange showed which is Kerry admitted he doesn't have a science degree, even though his degree says 'science.' "
When I asked Kerry if he had a science degree, he answered" no "but forgot to turn his microphone on. The left has been using his club to conceal what this exchange showed which is Kerry admitted he doesn't have a science degree, even though his degree says "science" https://t.co/ZWqQOOJndA
— Thomas Massie ( @RepThomasMassie) April 11, 2019
Massie and Kerry got into a heated exchange Tuesday during a House Oversight and Reform Committee hearing on combatting climate change.
Kerry served as a witness because of his key role in
"How do you get a bachelor of arts in science?" The Kentucky Republican asked Kerry.
Massie questioned Kerry about his bachelor of arts in political science from Yale. Well, it's liberal arts education and degree, it's a bachelor, ”Kerry responded.
" OK, so it's not really science, "Massie said. “So I think it's somewhat appropriate that someone with a pseudoscience degree is here pushing pseudoscience in front of our committee today.”
“Are you serious? I mean, this is really a serious happening here? ”Kerry responded.