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Rick Santorum has now found the one place where he thinks religion shouldn’t get involved in science: Pope Francis’ call for action on climate change, which the devoutly Catholic presidential candidate Santorum vociferously opposes doing. (Though of course, this is a bit of a departure for Santorum from his previous complaints that scientists were controlling science, when it came to teaching about evolution.)

Click above to watch Santorum get confronted — and on Fox News of all places — about who really is the scientist here. The key section comes at the 7:20 mark. Then share this video!

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