Bill Nye Can’t Wait for ‘Climate Deniers’ to Die Off

"I’m not the guy denying climate change. You guys started it. I didn’t want to be political. You made it political — clowns."

Everybody sing along: Bill Nye wants you to die. Yes, that’s what the former “science guy” said about “climate change deniers” in an interview with The Los Angeles Times’ Patt Morrison.

Nye says there’s too much “dingbatitude” in the United States and that it needs more “non-dingbats” to stay innovative and competitive. He’s talking about those of us who don’t buy into his climate change hysteria. But the good news is, we’ll die soon enough and there will be fewer dingbats to challenge the global warming propaganda machine:

“Climate change deniers, by way of example, are older. It’s generational. So we’re just going to have to wait for those people to ‘age out,’ as they say. ‘Age out’ is a euphemism for ‘die.’ But it’ll happen, I guarantee you — that’ll happen.”

Nye has very sadistic feelings toward whom he always refers to as “climate deniers,” as if there’s a bunch of folks out there denying science and varying weather patterns. But that’s exactly who he has suggested should be jailed alongside war criminals. And that’s not even his darkest idea. He’s not opposed to penalizing parents for having too many kids in order to save the environment.

And get this: he doesn't think he is responsible for making this a political issue:

"I’m not the guy denying climate change. You guys started it. I didn’t want to be political. You made it political — clowns."

Right, like when he jumped on the highly political subject of transgenderism? The “scientist” premiered a song on his Netflix show Bill Nye Saves the World (Bill Nye the narcissistic guy!) called My Sex Junk, which claims gender isn’t “either-or,” it’s whatever “feels right.” Doesn’t that make Bill Nye a biology denier? That’s more accurate than calling us climate change deniers.

But the Left is singing his praises, anyway, and giving this science denier a 2017 Emmy nomination for the “Sexual Spectrum” episode from his new show that featured the "science-backed" gender fluid song. Talk about dingbattedness.

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