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[Watch] Is Current Heatwave A Climate Change Crisis Or Just Typical July Weather? Know The Facts

Breaking News. The hottest month of the year is going to be hot. Yes, it is, and as it happens, we may see record-breaking temperatures, but does that mean what the Climate Cult wants you to believe? No.

The Marxist chicken-littles, many of them disguised as “journalists,” will have their day. Prophetic headlines with imagine doom. But these are the same cherry-pickers who have yet to predict anything correctly after forty years. Today is no exception. And they only have their professional ancestors to blame.

A lot of documented history and too few Winston Smiths. A problem they have been working to remedy, but until then, we are going to have to contradict the doomsayers.

Yes, it’s hot. It’s July. But it’s been hotter, for longer, when atmospheric CO2 was a sliver of its modern self. And if that’s true, then your entire warming thesis is garbage.

To help us take out that trash, we turn once more to Tony Heller, whose research and resources offer the best bang for the climate cult rebuttal buck. Seven minutes of in-your-face ass-kicking facts worth sharing should you trip over some climate loon on social media.


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Steve is a long-time New Hampshire resident, blogger, and a member of the Board of directors of The 603 Alliance. He is the Managing Editor and co-owner of, a former board member of the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire, and a past contributor to the Franklin Center for Public Policy.

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