Hillary Clinton Blames Hot Weather on 'MAGA Republicans'

Hillary Clinton Blames Hot Weather on 'MAGA Republicans'

Democrats are once again using the unseasonably hot weather occurring in various regions around the country to claim ‘human-caused climate change’ is the cause of it, but this time with a twist.

Americans who vote for Republicans and who prioritize their country over all others are to blame for the weather and the changing climate.

That includes former first lady Hillary Clinton, who blamed “MAGA Republicans” for the changing climate.

“Hot enough for you? Thank a MAGA Republican. Or better yet, vote them out of office,” Clinton tweeted Tuesday.

In response to a tweet from the left-wing think tank Center for American Progress, Clinton shared a social media post that stated “MAGA Republicans are pouring fuel on the climate crisis fire.” The post included an image of recent media stories highlighting the recent surge in high temperatures in the U.S. It also pointed out that Republicans voted against the Inflation Reduction Act, a $739 billion climate package proposed by Democrats and signed into law by President Joe Biden in 2022.

Amid above-average summer temperatures, the former Secretary of State and Democratic presidential nominee shared her post. Democrats have been swift to attribute the high temperatures to climate change. However, some climate experts, including Ryan Maue, the former top climate scientist at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, have pointed out that heat waves are not a new phenomenon, Fox News reported.

“Without climate change, July’s summer heat in the U.S. Southwest would have been ‘virtually impossible,'” Maue tweeted Tuesday. “I guess that’s true if you memory hole 1925, 1930s, 1950s, 1980, 1985, 1990, 1995, 2012, 2020, etc. and the rest of the almanac.”

In a separate tweet, Maue pointed out that Clinton’s post was made only eight days after a New York Times editorial from far-left ‘economist’ Paul Krugman called on Democrats to “politicize the weather.”

Fox News pointed out that while temperatures over much of the United States will remain higher than normal over the next week, they are not expected to break any records.


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