Hurricane Katrina was a horrifying storm that hurt many individuals in a considerable measure of spots. Albeit a great many people discuss the repulsive impact that it had on New Orleans, the truth of the matter is that it decimated a vast swath of land that spanned over from the very tip of Florida and up through the southern United States to Ohio. It brought about a cost of over $96B and cost human lives in an overabundance of 1,800.
At the point when Katrina happened, the Fake News Industrial Complex, edgy for any news that they could heap on to the effectively appalling news they had already compiled for George W. Bush, turned out abounding with pre-composed stories of Bush’s failure and forecasts this would lead eventually to his impeachment. The exertion would be progressing for the following year, with some on the Left really, actually proposing that Bush had ordered the extreme climate to kill Black Americans! (Truly, they truly did!)
In the event that you’ll remember, when Hurricane Sandy crushed the coastline of the United States and many saw the Obama reaction as lacking, the FNIC responded with a group and extended yawn, not by any means wishing to burn through one moment of their valuable communicate time on the catastrophe as they had other all the more pressing things to discuss… like Obamacare. For Trump, Harvey’s devastation has indeed achieved a fevered pitch, what with a Republican in the White House. However, George W Bush has been there to defend Trump, as well as to disgrace Obama and even Clinton for their absence of help amid this catastrophic event. Bush addressed residents in Texas and guaranteed them, “… days are dark now, but they’re going to get better!”
Via Mad World News
In the wake of record-breaking rainfall in Texas, where tens of thousands of people have been displaced and many have died, former President George W. Bush showed up unexpectedly at a football practice where somber players were trying their best to concentrate on the game , even as many of their friends and family members were left devastated after the Hurricane Harvey. Bush delivered a message to the football players that they desperately needed to hear, and he embarrassed the Democrats with four words in the process.
According to the IJR, Bush made an unexpected visit to the Southern Methodist University on Tuesday … to deliver a powerful message … namely, that while the people of Texas may be experiencing unspeakable tragedy at the moment, things are “going to get better.”
He continued, “Right now they’re recovering. The key to recovery is to keep people safe, and then it will be rebuilding. And if you ‘re from that area, you’ ll be amazed at the people who come down there to help. All kinds of people. And so the days are now, but they’ll get better, “added Bush.
After days of torrential rain and fierce floodwaters, officials across Southeast Texas are just beginning to tally the deadly toll taken by Harvey, which left 30 percent of Houston underwater and thousands of displaced people. As of Tuesday evening, officials believed that at least 22 people across Texas were dead by storm-related causes, and a number expected to rise in the coming days and weeks. [Source: The Washington Post]
We have now seen two very strong and inspiring responses to Hurricane Harvey from two Republican presidents – George W. Bush and Donald Trump … This leaves us wondering where the Democratic presidents are in the wake of one of the most devastating storms the United States has ever had seen. In fact, the record-breaking rainfall in Texas has left tens of thousands of displaced, and many dead. Where is Barack Obama? Where is Bill Clinton?
While it’s encouraging to see this kind of reaction from the previous president, it is not uncommon to hear the sound of crickets from the Left when it comes to this storm. Sadly, with regards to the press (who have lost their journalistic souls to the predations of Regressivism) this current storm’s frightful impacts just fill in as a reason for their further assaults on the Trump administration, facts are condemned.