"John Dunn, a Heartland policy adviser, sees his role as fighting “envirofascist madness.” In his speech, he sought to ridicule recorded evidence of growing drought and heat waves due to climate change. “Warm is good for people, and it’s particularly good for people as they get older,” Dunn said. “The people that warm spells kill are already moribund.” He went on to say that only extreme cold caused extra deaths."
Kansas recently became the latest state to take proactive steps to avert a communist–environmentalist takeover. On Monday, a committee in the state house of representatives approved a resolution “opposing and exposing the radical nature of United Nations Agenda 21 and its destructiveness to the principles of the founding documents of the United States of America.”
The silver lining would have been that it was time that the Kansas legislature might otherwise have spent curtailing reproductive rights, but they found time to do that too.