Gutfeld Slams Bill Nye 'The Denial Guy' for Comments on Anti-Semitism in Europe
On "The Five" tonight, Greg Gutfeld blasted Bill Nye “The Science Guy” for suggesting on Bill Maher’s show that Jews fleeing Europe should stay and “get to know your neighbors.”
"So, the cure for anti-Semitism is for Jews to get to know their neighbors?" Gutfeld asked. "Maybe bring them some matzo ball soup?"
Gutfeld pointed out that it's not radical Jews storming Muslim cafes and killing innocent customers.
"The science is settled: Jews are the leading target of abuse and attack here and in Europe," Gutfeld said. "And new research finds that 27 percent of British Muslims sympathized with Paris gunmen. Nye's pithy denial minimizes such evil."
Gutfeld also noted a new report revealing that anti-Semitism is soaring at American colleges.
"I suppose Nye blames those Jewish students, too? Perhaps they’re not being friendly enough?" Gutfeld said. "Maybe it’s on them for wearing yarmulkes. It’s like a woman in a short skirt. They’re just asking for it."
Gutfeld added that Nye must have missed the disturbing video of a Jewish man recording abuse as he walked the streets of Paris.
"Like a polar bear, Mr. Nye, you can see it with your own eyes. Kinda hard to ignore that roiling climate. I'd say such dismissal of anti-Semitism is anti-Semitic, but you'd just deny that too."
"Bill Nye 'The Denial Guy.' It has a nice ring to it."
Watch the monologue and see "The Five" co-hosts react in the clip above.