Every time we have a little heat wave, the media act as if this is the worst one ever

Gee — if conservatives knew how to fight the information war they’d know how to overcome the media “act” regarding “climate change” and the latest little heat wave — here is Jack Hellner:

For the last several days, the U.S. has experienced a heat wave, and the media are acting as if it is the worst we have ever seen.

This morning on Fox News, they talked of the deadly heat wave that looks as if it will mostly end tomorrow. Then this morning, Fox called it a deadly heat wave with nationwide deaths already up to six attributed to the heat. The public is repeatedly told how to keep cool because we have no idea. How did previous generations know?

They talk about the whole thing as though it were something new.

In the first Democrat debate, one of the candidates said one of the stupidest things I have ever heard. Jay Inslee, the governor of Washington, said global warming or climate change caused by humans is an existential threat, and this is the first generation that has had to deal with climate change and the last one that will be able to fix it. Neither the moderators nor anyone else challenged him.

It appears that the media and other Democrats need a history lesson on climate change.

The following is a small sample of articles on how climate has always changed throughout history, going from warming to cooling to warming to cooling.  Clearly, it has always changed naturally.  The articles also show that many more people die from cold than heat.

The Roman Warm Period, or Roman Climatic Optimum, is a proposed period of unusually warm weather in Europe and the North Atlantic that ran from approximately 250 BC to AD 400.


The Medieval Warm Period (MWP) also known as the Medieval Climate Optimum, or Medieval Climatic Anomaly was a time of warm climate in the North Atlantic region that may have been related to other warming events in other regions during that time, including China and other areas, lasting from c. 950 to c. 1250


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