Bill Nye Headlines Fundraiser For Planned Parenthood, Pushes Population Control

"Planned Parenthood has been here since the very beginning"

Bill Nye, the guy who's not a scientist, put aside his ice cream fetish this week to stump for abortion conglomerate Planned Parenthood.

Speaking at a fundraising event for Planned Parenthood of South Texas on Tuesday, Bill Nye pushed his population control and eugenics agenda as he discussed “evidence that explosive population growth is a major factor driving [climate change].”

Planned Parenthood was founded in the 20th century by a racist woman who also believed in eugenics and population control. Nye praised the organization for their work in addressing climate change by ensuring that people have "fewer kids."

“What’s the one thing to do about climate change, if you want to think about the big picture?" he asked the crowd. "Raise the standard of living of girls and women. When you raise the standard of living of girls and women, they have fewer kids, and the kids they have are better cared for.”

“The thing that gets me about the time that I grew up in and the time we’re living in now is how fast things have changed, and Planned Parenthood has been here since the very beginning,” he said.

Indeed, Planned Parenthood has been here since the very beginning. And in that time period, the black population (Margaret Sanger didn't like them too much) has seen their families disintegrate along with 13 million of their unborn children being snuffed out of existence. In New York City alone, more black babies were aborted than were born in 2014. Planned Parenthood certainly has never given up on their mission.

And just to be a good sport, Bill Nye later took a jab at religious-folk for promoting abstinence-only education, claiming “it’s ineffective. People whose sex education is abstinence often are called ‘parents.’”

Nye also has no knowledge of science. On top of his climate change fantasies, when it comes to abortion, he pushes complete non-science (see what I did there) to support his abortion agenda. In a piece for the site Big Think in 2015, the science guy, who is not a scientist, unloaded some rather unscientific nonsense onto people by saying "fertilized eggs are not human."

Keep fetishizing ice cream, Bill.

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