Apparently, Our Deadly Heat Waves Are Lacking

How can we feel national pride in our deadly heat waves?

At least six deaths have been blamed on the heat, and the weather was suspected in at least three others.

Compare to the more nuanced, reasonable, and thoroughly progressive, socialist-minded continent, as demonstrated by France:

The death toll in France from August’s [2003] blistering heat wave has reached nearly 15,000, according to a government-commissioned report released Thursday, surpassing a prior tally by more than 3,000.

Scientists at INSERM, the National Institute of Health and Medical Research, deduced the toll by determining that France had experienced 14,802 more deaths than expected for the month of August.

Hopefully, government intervention, regulation, and meddling can solve the crisis we’re having in the lack of actual deaths in our deadly heat wave.

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