The United States is feeling a bit chilly these days, with record lows being recorded from coast to coast. This prolonged cold snap has the lunatic left in a panic.
You see, the liberal world has long relied on the bizarre threat of global warming in order to remain in relative power. This massive, truly global enemy is exactly what leftist kingmakers such as George Soros need in order to consolidate the world’s leadership into corruptible, bite-sized pieces. The entire Global Warming Hoax is likely nothing more than an attempt to create an alarmist economy for Soros and others to profit from, while simultaneously narrowing the spectrum of their influence-by-wealth schemes.
This has spawned an enormous army of dimwitted, science-denying liberals who refuse to believe that they’ve been duped by their secret overlords. They point to the semantic adjustments of “climate change” to lib-splain this prolonged cold snap and the coming Maunder Minimum sun cycle, but no one’s buying it.
Especially not anyone in the U.S., who this week was socked with record low temperatures.
“Wind chills 50 to 60 degrees below zero have been recorded this weekend in North Dakota and northern Minnesota. The coldest wind chill observed so far is 58 degrees below zero in Hettinger, North Dakota, on Sunday morning.
“Several daily record lows were set Sunday morning, including Huron, South Dakota (minus 27 degrees), Bangor, Maine (minus 24 degrees), Flint, Michigan (minus 11 degrees – tie) and Binghamton, New York (minus 3 degrees – tie).
“Embarrass, Minnesota saw a low temperature of 45 degrees below zero Sunday morning, the coldest it’s been there in nearly four years.”
And there is no end in sight to this arctic blast, either.
Things are expected to get so cold next week that Tampa, Florida is worried about possible Gulf Effect snow flurries storming in from their western shore.
Come to think of it, it’s more than just a little hilarious that the state that decided Al Gore would not become President in 2004 may have it’s first snow flurries in 40 years.