This is not what we’d hoped for.
Like most people on the internet, I was looking forward to Hurricane Ida turning into a “full Coonmania” type situation.
But there’s just not enough water.
Ida, the powerful hurricane that was downgraded to a tropical storm early Monday, continued to lash Louisiana after leaving more than a million customers without power, the entire city of New Orleans in the dark and at least one person dead.
As of 7 a.m. local time, Ida was located about 65 miles south-southwest of Jackson, Mississippi, with maximum sustained winds near 45 mph – down from 105 mph late Sunday, according to the National Hurricane Center (NHC). The storm was moving north near 8 mph.
A hurricane warning has been replaced with a tropical storm warning from Grand Isle, Louisiana, to the Alabama-Florida state line, as well as Lake Pontchartrain, Lake Maurepas, and metropolitan New Orleans.
On Sunday evening, all of New Orleans was without power, according to city officials. Entergy New Orleans, the city’s power supplier, said Ida’s intensity has caused catastrophic damage, including a “load imbalance to the company’s transmission and generation.”
It’s possible that the blacks will start really looting hard tonight, but really, there isn’t enough water to create a Katrina type scenario.
In fact, the most aggressive clip we’ve seen is a white guy rolling up on a black news reporter.
Things got very hairy for NBC News reporter Shaquille Brewster during a live Hurricane Ida report from Gulfport, MS.
Some guy jumps out of a pickup truck and angrily confronts Brewster's crew, prompting a shaken Craig Melvin to express extreme concern for his colleague. pic.twitter.com/v1tYnUsqTj
— Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) August 30, 2021
It’s the black people who are civilized now!
The whites are the violent menace!
You wonder if that guy is a crisis actor, no?
There’s some destruction.
Karnofsky Music Shop, a historic landmark in New Orleans, was destroyed by Hurricane Ida. Louis Armstrong worked here https://t.co/vid8GyNeNF
— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) August 30, 2021
These Jews are saying the Jews created Louis Armstrong.
The building once housed a young Louis Armstrong and a Jewish family who instilled in him a love of singing. https://t.co/R4uMrUtQ4i
— HuffPost (@HuffPost) August 30, 2021
I can believe it!
But the rain is gone and there is no more flooding.
The media is saying that the real cause of all hurricanes is global warming.
NEW – MSNBC forecaster blames "climate change" for Hurricane Ira.pic.twitter.com/nLWZoCckFD
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) August 30, 2021
Climate change is making hurricanes like Ida worse. As the planet warms, storms:
◾️ are more likely to be larger and stronger
◾️ move more slowly and drop more rain
◾️ intensify faster, like how quickly Ida went from a Category 1 to a Category 4https://t.co/KXWChygUtE pic.twitter.com/LPEJBFxVre
— NPR (@NPR) August 30, 2021
Louisiana is in my prayers. Tomorrow it will be as well. And going forward. But thoughts and prayers must turn to action. In the short term – searching, rescuing, and rebuilding. But also long term – combating the climate crisis that's making hurricanes more horrific and deadly.
— Dan Rather (@DanRather) August 30, 2021
Hurricane Ida gained power faster than most storms. Because of climate change, such rapid strengthening is happening more often as hurricanes pick up more energy from ocean water that is warmer than before. https://t.co/oAQhz5YEdP
— The New York Times (@nytimes) August 29, 2021
Apparently, there was more global warming in 2005, because this hurricane had no power.
I find this constant talk about the global warming hoax exhausting and dehumanizing. You really have to be a tool to believe that hurricanes are caused by cows farting.
I wanted to see livestreams of blacks rioting and looting in a Waterworld scenario, and instead I get lectured with this drivel.
On Sunday, there was some serious water.
This is what it's like being in the direct path of a Category 4 hurricane. This was the scene Sunday in Port Fourchon, LA, as #HurricaneIda blasted through. https://t.co/wQEMcOJybV pic.twitter.com/aKlDkYpN59
— NBC DFW (@NBCDFW) August 30, 2021
But it just didn’t follow through.
At least the Taliban is following through.
Those Black Hawks the Taliban seized?
Yeah, they’re flying those now and hanging people from them. Kandahar Province. pic.twitter.com/7En7khoSBA
— Suburban Black Man 🇺🇸 (@goodblackdude) August 30, 2021