Consider Judge John Jones—exalted as one of Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People of the Year—who unbelievably revealed that he wanted to see the movie Inherit the Wind a second time in preparation for the famous 2005 Dover case, over which he presided, because, after all, the film puts the origins debate into its proper “historical context.”
That is shocking.
Jones had been so indoctrinated by the Warfare Thesis that he actually believed the evolutionary propaganda to be historically accurate. What an incredible misconception.
Jones later reminisced about the trial, explaining that “I understood the general theme. I’d seen Inherit the Wind.”
If ever there was an example of judicial bias and a predetermined verdict, this is it.