Roseanne Barr struggles to defend outrageous anti-GE claims

The following is an edited excerpt.

I examined Roseanne Barr’s response to my criticism in Anti-GMO Activist Roseanne Barr Goes Off the Deep End and found it deeply unsatisfying. Barr did not reply to the actual arguments I made, instead asserting that I was a Monsanto shill. She tried to spread biotechnology fear-mongering and mistrust of mainstream scientific research as well as performed several logical fallacies, including hasty generalization and the post hoc fallacy.

This post examines some of Roseanne Barr’s reactions since I published my previous posts about her claims about genetically modified papayas and the PRSV.

Read the full post here: Anti-GMO Activist Roseanne Barr Struggles to Defend Her Claims

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