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WATCH: Bill Nye Becomes the Abortion Guy Who Gets The Science All Wrong



An internet “scientist” made some outrageous comments about those who believe life begins at conception.

Bill Nye “the science guy”- who is, in fact, NOT a scientist – starred in a video explaining his position on the idea that life begins at conception. His argument that life does not begin at conception is beyond flawed and jumbled.

The clumsy video was published on “Big Think”, a YouTube channel that describes themself as, “the leading source of expert-driven, actionable, educational content — with thousands of videos, featuring experts ranging from Bill Clinton to Bill Nye, we help you get smarter, faster.”

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Receiving a lot of backlash on YouTube and Twitter for his anti-science views on life at conception, Nye claims that people who believe in life at conception “literally don’t know what you’re talking about.” Equating a natural fertilized egg that does not attach to the uterine wall as the same thing as abortion, did not sit well with many viewers.

This poor attempt to justify abortion indicates that Bill Nye should stick to mechanical engineering and leave the biological sciences to those with the appropriate degree.

Let’s start with his far from accurate claim that the Bible is 5,000 years old. The group this video, Big Think, has an article from 2016 about the age of the Bible:

“So the oldest Biblical text we found is about 2700 years old.” Of course giving themselves some leeway, “most Biblical scholars believe the Book of Genesis was the first book to be written down. This would have happened around 1450 BC to 1400 BC. So perhaps about 3400 years or so ago.”

It’s interesting that the same organization producing this video misrepresenting the Bible, also put out an article dating the Bible to a much different time than Nye proposes.

While Nye states “we have so many more important things to be dealing with”, he certainly has a mouthful to say about the subject, albeit the majority of it does not make sense.

Asking, “Who are you going to sue? Who are you going to imprison? Every woman who has had a fertilized egg pass through her?” Nye fails to realize that no one gets sued for having an abortion – abortion is legal.

The “guys of European dissent” comment almost explains itself. Nye indicates that males of white skin color should have no say in ‘reproductive health’ legislation. However, it seems he is perfectly fine with the original nine males of European dissent that made abortion legal in 1973.

In a cluster of phrases that make no sense whatsoever, Nye says:

“You wouldn’t know how big a human egg was if it weren’t for microscopes, if it weren’t for scientists, medical researchers looking diligently.You wouldn’t know the process. You wouldn’t have that shot, the famous shot or shots where the sperm are bumping up against the egg. You wouldn’t have that without science. So then to claim that you know the next step when you obviously don’t is trouble. Let me do that again. At some point we have to respect the facts.”

Nye is trying (I think) to downplay the moment of conception where there is a burst of light. But, does Nye respect the scientific fact that the majority of abortions end a heartbeat which means ending a life?

“Closing abortion clinics, closing – not giving women access to birth control has not been an effective way to lead to healthier societies.” Nye changes his argument from that of “there is no such thing as life at conception” to “abortion clinics give women birth control”. While at one point he says, “no one likes abortion”, he turns around and advocates for their clinics. Which one is it?

It’s easy for Bill Nye to take this surface level approach to the issue.  There are few and far between “life at conception” bills floating around states, however there are multiple heartbeat bills going around. Nye does not venture into the question of when he thinks abortion is morally wrong. He plays it safe by trying to target the conception argument and label all pro-lifers as not being educated. Ending his video with “just really be objective about this”.

Yes, let’s. Let’s recognize that the large issue at hand here is about abortion that ends beating hearts. The majority of abortions are performed beyond 21 days, which is when a fetal heartbeat is detected – before most women even know they’re pregnant! To debunk Nye’s argument, a fertilized egg that naturally (not medically induced) does not attach to the uterine wall is not an abortion. A medically induced detachment from the uterine wall is. This video is a poor attempt to equate the two.

One would think that Bill Nye who believes that all life began via the Big Bang – all from one tiny cell – would also believe that the rapid reproduction of cells after fertilization constitutes as life, too. Apparently cells only equate to life in regards to the creation of the world, not in our present world. Yes, life begins at conception, Bill. Dead things don’t grow.


Lauren Witzke Clashes With Richard Grenell Over His Promotion of Transgenderism; Con Inc. Wants Her Cancelled!

What happened to “America Uncancelled?”



Where do we draw the line between what is ‘conservative’ and what isn’t ‘conservative’? Well, for many establishment Republicans, also known by many as ‘Conservative Inc.’, the only two distinctions between right and left are free markets and principled constitutionalism. However, traditionally, conservatives have sought to protect Christian and American values. Things like preserving the family, promoting law and order, and protecting the sacred tradition of marriage between a man and a woman had been the backbone of the conservative movement. It seems as if nowadays, these values have been completely thrown aside. Big League Politics has previously reported on establishment conservative organizations, such as Turning Point USA, pushing transgenderism and homosexuality on Republican college students.

Rather than bend the knee to the left, as most Republicans do, social conservatives like Lauren Witzke have decided to take a stand and say: “Enough is enough.” Witzke, who is the Spokeswoman for Hold the Line PAC, recently clashed on Twitter with former Trump Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell, who is openly a homosexual.

The whole debacle began when Lauren Witzke replied to a tweet by Grenell, praising the GOP for its inclusivity to transgender people, referring to transgenderism as ‘mental illness’:

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Grenell tried to downplay Witzke’s take, effectively saying that celebrating transexuality is a celebration of God, in which Witzke replied that it was instead demonic:

Grenell rebuttaled, asking Witzke if she was ok with welcoming gay conservatives into the GOP. Witzke responded saying no, and that it would be a useless act of appeasement.

Seemingly in an act to publicize Witzke’s wrongthink, Grenell then quote-tweeted her and asked her the same question once more:

True to her nature, Witzke sarcastically mocked Grenell for repeating himself and solidified her stance:

The two would both go on to throw several more jabs at each other on Twitter, but you get the point. Richard Grenell believes that the Republican Party should have no moral stance on any issue, while Lauren Witzke believes that the GOP should strictly conserve our Christian values.

We reached out to Lauren on Twitter for a quick statement and she gave us this:

“The Republican Party was founded on Christian Conservative Principles. We believe in the sanctity of life and the sanctity of marriage between a man and a women. Gay fiscal conservatives are more than welcome to vote for us, but should have no place in leadership to advocate for their progressive ideals.”

Lauren Witzke previously ran as the Republican nominee for US Senate in Delaware, but lost to the incumbent Democrat Senator Chris Coons. Despite living in a blue state and running on a nationalist platform, Witzke impressively secured roughly double the votes as her Republican predecessor in 2014.

After the lengthy and, as of right now, still ongoing battle between Grenell and Witzke, conservative commentator Elijah Schafer reached out to both parties to ask if they would come onto his BlazeTV show to debate each other. Witzke immediately accepted, while Grenell has yet to comment:

Despite conservatives supposedly leading the charge against cancel culture, in actuality a good portion of cancel culture happens within the conservative movement. Although CPAC’s motto this year may have been ‘America Uncancelled’, moderate conservatives still seem more than happy to ostracize their socially conservative counterparts. Many establishment Republicans and friends of Richard Grenell took to Twitter, demanding that Lauren Witzke be cancelled for supporting traditional marriage. Mind you, the vast majority of Republicans were against gay marriage just 6 years ago.

(Tweet by commentator @fadde was deleted shortly after this article was published)

Host of America First and popular conservative commentator Nicholas J. Fuentes called Grenell a member of the ‘Gay Mafia’ and accused him of using leftist tactics to try and intimidate Witzke.

While it doesn’t look like the argument will end anytime soon, it remains clear that there are still social conservatives within the GOP, and the establishment is going to use any means necessary to get them out. As our country rots and decays under Joe Biden, Republicans think that they can just become the left (but with free markets). That isn’t the case. America is not merely and idea or an economic system, America is a nation. A nation is nothing without its people, and America is at it’s greatest when strong family values are promoted by the state and the people see themselves as one nation under God. We’ve included a more miscellaneous tweets from the feud below for interested readers.

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