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The Largest Natural Disaster In U.S. History

 Why is the heartland of the United States experiencing such a horrific drought right now? At the moment, approximately 61 percent of the entire nation is experiencing drought conditions, and this is absolutely devastating farmers and ranchers all over the country. Less than two weeks ago I wrote an article asking what would happen if these drought conditions persisted, and now we are finding out. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has created the largest natural disaster area in U.S. history. The USDA has declared 1,016 counties in 26 U.S. states to be disaster areas.

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Comment by Jack Klakpath
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 Wait ... haters of Government will soon post their protests against bad weather -- only the bad U.S. Federal Government is to blame!

Comment by Matt Schnackenberg
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This country is always facing record droughts during the summers. Hell, the world is. A lot of it has to do with the climate shifting. 

Comment by Jack Klakpath
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Why is the United States experiencing a horrific drought? Because it is Summer, bimbo! In the cold months of December and January, why is the U.S. suffering a disastrous avalanche of snow ... because it is Winter, dumbo!

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