The Harvard website says that a “the full cost of a four-year degree from Harvard will be roughly $229,149, and the full cost of a two-year degree would be $110,116” This does NOT include “additional expenses such as books, transportation, and room and board.” which also cost 10’s of thousands of dollars. So, you would think that the kids that graduate from this school would receive the best education on the planet.
But you would be woefully incorrect. In fact, for all that excess in expense, even basic science is illusive to graduates from Harvard–even if they got a Masters Degree in Education Policy. This is evidenced by Democrat James Talarico’s completely baseless claims that not only are there more than two human sexes, but that there are “many more” than two human sexes.
“Modern science obviously recognizes that there are many more than two biological sexes–in fact there are six!” Says Talarico though he admits that this “surprised him, too.”
And you can’t just blame Harvard for this man’s lack of scientific understanding. He also attended the University of Texas Austin, where he got a bachelors degree in government, according to his LinkedIn.
If it wasn't recorded, you wouldn't believe us.
Texas representative @jamestalarico yesterday, "Modern science obviously recognizes that there are many more than 2 biological sexes, in fact, there are 6." @BethStelzer was quick to set the record straight. pic.twitter.com/IMwVSqaPaA
— Save Women's Sports (@SaveWomensSport) April 22, 2021
Luckily, there is a woman to educate this poor boy on what actual science shows is true and how it affects women in sports. That woman was Beth Steltzer, who says she got “physically ill” from listening to the ignorance being displayed at this hearing by people like Talarico.
— Beth Stelzer (@BethStelzer) April 22, 2021
During the hearing, she used part of her time to address the fact that there are “several scientific studies proving that the male advantage is immutable and that there are, in fact, two sexes. They are dimorphic–XX, XY. “The other “sexes” mentioned” are actually “disorders of sexual development that are variants of XX or XY chromosomes”
This seems self-evident and it is scientific. However, after putting himself through academia, can you blame Mr. Talarico for having no concept of scientific reality anymore?
Keep in mind, everyone, this is Texas and this man was educated for his bachelors degree in Texas, not Harvard.
What does say to you?