Bill Nye went on MSNBC just to say something terrible about D-Day veterans
There are perhaps no Americans braver than those who fought on D-Day.
Against all odds, they stormed the beaches of Normandy for the simple reason that they love their country.
But not all people agree, and Bill Nye went on MSNBC just to say something terrible about D-Day veterans.
Bill Nye is a mechanical engineer who touts himself as a “scientist” because he used to host a children’s television show where he played one.
Nowadays, he uses that fake distinction to parrot every leftist talking point as though he is speaking on authority.
And he used it to ramble on and on about the impending destruction coming because of so-called “climate change” and how we need the government to step in to save the world.
Presenting himself as a “scientific expert” was bad enough.
But then he despicably compared the fight for climate change to that of D-Day, comparing the great loss of life for the greater good to regulating Americans for the so-called greater good.
Nye responded that “[i]t’s not that we’re all going to die in 12 years” if massive climate change legislation is enacted, but rather “we’re not going to be able to move our infrastructure, our seaports, our railroads and so on and move our agriculture away from the equators fast enough to feed everybody as we get to be nine and 10 billion.”
He then dropped the D-Day comparison:
“There’s enormous opportunities. You know, I am always optimistic about this because tomorrow is the anniversary of D-Day. And it was, of course, there was tremendous loss and sacrifice. But it was part of this greater idea that we have a global problem and we’re going to solve it and I — I always respect that. You know, both of my parents were veterans. They’re both at Arlington. And we can do this. It’s the United States And things are changing so we can do this, Chris. Let’s go.”
The men who died on D-Day died to save the world from totalitarianism.
Comparing their suffering to the fight for far-left policies is insulting.
And Bill Nye isn’t alone in making this claim.
Socialist Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez called the fight against climate change “our D-Day.”