The temperatures have been soaring in California demonstrating that summer well and truly has arrived. San Jose, in particular, has seen extreme temperatures and this week will be no different. Health officials are urging citizens of California to drink water, stay indoors and stay cool and hydrated. But California is claiming there is an extreme water shortage currently in action – hardly helpful for those trying to keep cool!
And they are making these outrageous water shortage claims despite the fact they are dumping billions of gallons of fresh water in the ocean – all because of bait fish! Their actions hardly constitute a water shortage.
Santa Clara County Executive Dr. Jeffrey Smith said, “Extreme heat such as this is not just an inconvenience, it can be dangerous and even deadly. But we can protect ourselves, our families and our neighbors if we take steps to remain cool and hydrated.”
Water from the San Joaquin Valley area is being reserved for the Delta Smelt, a small fish that is not even on the endangered species list. And apparently, there was so much water in the reservoirs that officials were forced to release water to avoid the risk of flood.
The San Joaquin Valley corridor is full to the brim with signs urging Nancy Pelosi to turn the water back on. But the Liberals would rather offer the water to save a minnow than our fellow humans.
I Have The Truth reports:
The Whittier Daily news reported that region’s heat wave entered its second week today, with highs again forecast to hit triple-digit territory in some L.A. County communities, and forecasters said the above-normal heat would extend into next week. The LA TIMES said Thursday that the record-breaking heat wave that has been roasting California for days has already claimed the lives of two seniors in San Jose.
Like most of California, San Jose has been under a heat advisory for several days due to a dry, high-pressure system centered over the Southwest. The highest temperatures this week will be between 108 and 112 degrees in the Antelope Valley.