“Hottest June Ever”

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7 Responses to “Hottest June Ever”

  1. Chase The Cat says:

    Apologies for thread crapping but I have some software issues with Hiding The Decline but cannot find a link to report problems as requested on the HTD page.

    Please advise.

  2. Terry Shipman says:

    When the headlines screamed, “Hottest June Ever!” I knew it was fake. I knew Tony would set the matter straight. And he used my favorite weapon- history. In the mid 1930’s my grandfather lost his farm to foreclosure after a crop failure but managed to hang onto his house in town. A house I now own. So the matter really gets personal for me.

    • Michael Peinsipp says:

      The area I now live in, South Central KY, the temps in the 30’s was in the 100-110°F range!
      Tony is the one person who gave me the FACTS to fight and teach others what is factually happening with the Climate.

  3. G W Smith says:

    These little brain-dead college liberals who write these articles must hate your guts, Tony.

  4. Conrad Ziefle says:

    Hotter night temperatures is the first thing I’ve heard that makes me wonder if something is going on. My first thought is, I bet historical night temperatures are extremely limited, making it difficult to actually tell how night temperatures from the last decade compare to the 1920s.

  5. Clyde says:

    Mr. Heller,

    Elizabeth Whitehouse wishes to debate you as regards your video here:
    https://youtu.be/iO4yIMe0ZP8

    Yes, she’s a deluded climate kook… but she’s a high-profile climate kook who sorely needs another good boot-stomping… she’s apparently forgotten the last one I gave her which caused her to run away from CFACT for more than a year. LOL

    So, when shall I tell her to show up at your website for the debate?

    • Jessica+pohl says:

      Also tell her to leave her blinkers and muzzle at home, and that social distancing won’t be of any help this time round.

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