Bill Nye “the Science Guy,” a man who became famous for teaching children about science, has anything but children’s best interests at heart.
Nye is an abortion activist who spoke Tuesday at fundraiser for Planned Parenthood in Texas.
San Antonio Express-News reports Nye’s talk focused primarily on climate change and the environment. However, he has made his support for abortion clear numerous times throughout the past decade.
According to the report:
He doesn’t often speak to Planned Parenthood groups, he said afterward, though he has addressed reproductive rights on occasion, and he made a few references to the topic in his talk.
And he encouraged the audience to look into and take steps toward using clean energy, predicting a future in which wind turbines cast shadows over Texas oil fields.
He ended by flashing an image on the video screens in the ballroom reading “Let’s change the world,” sparking a standing ovation and loud cheers.
“I am inspired,” said Jeffrey Hons, president and CEO of Planned Parenthood South Texas, when he stepped back up to the podium after Nye’s talk. “I want to make this planet a better place, and we are starting right here.”
Nye also told the crowd that he puts his hope in the future generation – the generation that Planned Parenthood is killing off by approximately 320,000 a year.
“Bill predicts! Bill predicts that in two presidential cycles, when those people are of age, there’ll be sweeping changes,” he said, according to the local news. “In the example of climate change denial or contrarianism, whatever you call it, it’s almost exclusively old people. Only now and then do you meet a young person that’s a climate change denier. And so, when those people are outnumbered by young voters, things are gonna change.”
Nye is an actor and comedian who rose to fame in the 1990s with his PBS children’s show “Bill Nye the Science Guy.” More recently, however, he has been actively involved in abortion advocacy.
In 2015, he produced a video “Can We Stop Telling Women What To Do With Their Bodies?” that showed his scientific ignorance about human development. He claimed, “Many, many, many, many more hundreds of eggs are fertilized than become humans,” despite strong scientific evidence showing otherwise. Fertilization is when a unique, new human life begins. Numerous textbooks, medical experts and even some abortion advocates admit to this.
Then, in 2017, Nye hosted a Netflix show that The Federalist describes as bordering on eugenics. Though the word “abortion” never was mentioned, Nye and his panelists hinted at it while talking about family planning and women’s health care. At one point, Nye even asked the panel if families should be penalized for having “extra kids.”
Another time, Nye described pro-life laws that protect “unborn people” as “based in ignorance” and “a deep scientific lack of understanding.”
Nye’s support of Planned Parenthood goes hand in hand with his beliefs. Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion business in America, aborting approximately 320,000 unborn babies every year. Its most recent annual report showed a record income of $1.46 billion, with about half a billion dollars coming from taxpayers.