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East Coast Heat Dome To Usher In Surge Of Climate Doom Headlines 

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by Tyler Durden
Thursday, Jun 13, 2024 - 02:00 AM

Summer has been underway for nearly two weeks across the Lower 48. It's widely expected climate change think tanks, along with their leftist corporate media cheerleaders and allies in the White House, are probably finalizing narratives for their propaganda cannons, aimed at the American people, in the attempt to convince them that their petrol-powered cars and trucks and cow farts are the reason for Earth's demise. Meanwhile, Bill Gates and Taylor Swift are flying around the world in private jets.

Anyone who has been following the climate cult understands it's only a matter of time before Greta is unleashed on social media, drumming up climate anxieties among the vulnerable youth. In 2018, Greta cited a random bullshit climate scientist who said: "A top climate scientist is warning that climate change will wipe out all humanity unless we stop using fossil fuels over the next five years." 

Well, Greta, it's 2024, and the Earth hasn't erupted into a giant ball of fire. 

Peak summer in the Lower 48 is ahead. This occurs between mid-July and early August.

It's only around this time when "record heat" headlines in corporate media soar. 

What's next is a heat dome moving into the eastern half of the United States later this week into early next week. This will likely coincide with a surge in climate doom headlines.

"Over the weekend, widespread highs in the mid-90s to around 100 — some 10 to 20 degrees above normal — will spread across the southern Plains, South and Midwest. By Monday, the heat will swell into the Ohio Valley before reaching the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast shortly thereafter," the Washington Post wrote in a note. 

"Next week, it will drift northward toward the Mid-Atlantic while strengthening and expanding in all directions," WaPo said. 

Here's more:

"Some models indicate that the heat dome could reach historic strength for the time of year. The European weather model simulation, shown above, shows its intensity even surpassing the heat dome of June 29, 2012, during which Washington set a June record of 104 degrees. It hit 109 degrees in Nashville and 105 in Raleigh, N.C., that same day." -WaPo

It's about that time of year when leftist corporate media outlets politicize the weather. 

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