The Latest Biden Administration Corruption — A Multi Million Dollar Website Saying Heat is Bad

What adult seriously doesn’t know the dangers of heat in 2022?

Bryan With a Why

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Few things shock me about the Biden Administration and just how far down “bat shit crazy road” they’ll travel. But I just saw a news headline about a new government website that actually did surprise me. At first. Then it started to piss me off the more I thought about it.

The most recent corruption from the Biden Administration comes from a website that, and I wish I was joking, tells you just how bad and dangerous heat is. Yeah, seriously. And you’ll never guess what the website is.

That’s right, the ever clever Heat.gov.

I’m guessing obvious.gov and dontberetarded.gov were already taken?

This is not a simulation. This is not a joke. This is the reality we now live in.

How much did we all pay for this website? Well, that hasn’t been disclosed yet. But I sure as hell hope it was less than the $600 million price tag for healthcare.gov. What we can certainly ascertain, though, is that it is multiple millions of dollars. The government can’t simply spend $10 at GoDaddy.com (do government websites even have to be purchased?) and hire someone for a few thousand dollars to create a website. Of course not, that’s not how government corruption works, afterall.

And heat information? I’m sorry but who doesn’t know the dangers of heat yet? What adult doesn’t know heat sucks and how to avoid it? My 2 year old niece is smart enough to avoid the heat and jump in the bathtub if the AC stops working.

If life were fair, the government would be creating the following informative websites instead:

  • inflation.gov
  • governmentcorruption.gov
  • governmentconspiraciesconfirmed.gov
  • investigateallpoliticians.gov

But nope, we have to spend millions to inform people about the following (actual articles from the heat.gov website):

  • The National Integrated Heat Health Information System (NIHHIS) will be holding a heat season awareness social media campaign.

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Bryan With a Why

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