Insecurities across a wide spectrum, including food supply and infrastructure, are going to be severe obstacles
The scale from one to five that is used to measure the destructive power of a hurricane may no longer be enough.
A memo at one store told employees that they could not flee the hurricane more than 24 hours before it hit, or they could be disciplined at work.
Last week, the wafting stench of Limbaugh went across the internet when Rush urged his Florida listeners to ignore warnings from scientists, meteorologists, and officials concerning the impending arrival of Hurricane Irma. Here’s a refresher of the hot-stench of wind Rush was pumping out last week.
“These storms, once they actually hit, are never as strong as they’re reported,” Limbaugh claimed on his syndicated radio show. He added that “the graphics have been created to make it look like the ocean’s having an exorcism, just getting rid of the devil here in the form of this hurricane, this bright red stuff.”
This set of beliefs is a part of Limbaugh’s attempts to create lucrative conspiracy theories so he can get back into the American con man underbelly position where he has been supplanted by Alex Jones.
Well, the TV stations begin reporting this and the panic begins to increase. And then people end up going to various stores to stock up on water and whatever they might need for home repairs and batteries and all this that they’re advised to get, and a vicious circle is created.