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New study shows SUVs better than small cars.

Sorry, Pete. Science doesn’t lie.

What happened: A new study has revealed that SUVs are the ultimate weapon against the cyclists who terrorize our roads. They are superior to smaller cars in their ability to neutralize these public menaces.

By the numbers: According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, head injuries caused by cyclist collisions with SUVs were 63 percent more severe, and trauma to the body was rated 55 percent higher in collisions with SUVs compared to smaller cars.

What they’re saying: “SUVs tend to knock riders down, where they can also be run over, rather than vaulting them onto the hood of the vehicle,” said Sam Monfort, lead author of the IIHS study. “That’s probably because the higher front end of an SUV strikes the cyclist above their center of gravity.”

Why it matters: Cyclists are a menace to society. They threaten the safety of pedestrians and law-abiding motorists who are just trying to get to work on time. In a just world, cyclists would be designated as members of a terrorist organization and dealt with accordingly.

  • Bicycle crash fatalities in the United States surged 50 percent between 2010 and 2020.
  • Researchers attribute the rise at least in part to the “dominance of pickups and SUVs in the U.S. vehicle fleet.”
  • Cyclists have teamed up with other left-wing activists to promote government bans on pickup trucks and SUVs under the guise of “protecting the environment.”

Bottom line: Science doesn’t lie. Big cars are better than small cars. SUVs are a crucial ally in America’s war against the evil forces plotting to destroy our way of life. God bless and Godspeed.

What Pete Buttigieg doesn’t want you to know

• Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg is a known cyclist and cyclist sympathizer.

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