by Monica Showalter
It’s peak summer and hotter than the blazes up and down California. In some places it is the blazes.
And with the state’s greenie mandates, instead of nice air conditioning like what other people have, rolling blackouts have begun, same as you find in third-world countries.
It’s hot as hell. The Sahara has nothing on this California heat:
On Sunday, the mercury potentially hit 130F (54.4C) in California’s Death Valley National Park – a temperature that could become the hottest ever recorded on Earth.
And it’s very bad in places where people actually live, too, such as in San Diego County: