Thursday, October 27, 2011

LR's Noelle Nikpour in Daily Show skit

Posted By on Thu, Oct 27, 2011 at 7:11 AM

NOELLE NIKPOUR
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Socialite-around-Little Rock and sometime Republican politics dabbler Noelle Nikpour was featured on the Daily Show last night in a bit on climate change and other so-called "science." Scientists are just scamming people for their gain, says Nikpour. Why should only scientists be viewed as credible on science?

Nikpour has her own website (link corrected). Her Twitter feed said of her appearance: "Daily Show was funny! I was glad to be a part of it! Thanks guys!!"

Michael Cook's Twitter feed saw it differently, but he is a Democrat:

The Daily Show just roasted Arkansan Noelle Nikpour on the topic of climate change & scientists. Painful, but fun to watch. Ouch

You decide.

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