AOC Loses Mind Over Tornado Warning, Blames ‘Climate Change’

I wonder if she realizes that they get tornado watches and warnings even in NYC, which is normal, and what is called “weather”?

Sigh

(Daily Caller) Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez suggested the tornado warning that hit the D.C. area Thursday was part of the “climate crisis” she has previously said humanity only has 12 years left to solve.

“The climate crisis is real y’all,” Ocasio said on Instagram Thursday, “guess we’re at casual tornadoes in growing regions of the country?”

However, she was quickly fact-checked by meteorologist Ryan Maue, who pointed out that far from proof of a “climate crisis,” D.C.’s tornado warning was “just the weather.”

The Washington, D.C., area was hit with a tornado warning Thursday afternoon. An intense, but short-lived storm, brought heavy rainfall and high winds. No tornado hit D.C., however, but the whole event was enough to inspire Ocasio-Cortez to post on Instagram.

“Different parts of the country deal with different climate issues,” Ocasio-Cortez wrote in her Instagram post. “But ALL of these threats will be increasing in intensity as climate crisis grows and we fail to act appropriately. #GreenNewDeal.

Could someone explain to the idiot woman-child that D.C. happens to sit in a place where severe storms hit all the time? This includes t-storms, tornadic, floods, snow, ice, even tropical systems. It is, quite frankly, one of the dumbest places to have put the nation’s capital, especially with all the swamp-land.

Tornadoes in D.C. are nothing new or unusual

August 25, 1814: A “most tremendous hurricane” struck the city during the Burning of Washington during the War of 1812. There are few historical accounts of this event, and many sources disagree on the details. Some sources question whether this event was a tornado or a hurricane. However, most agree that it was a true tornado, and some maintain that it was a tornado followed closely by a hurricane. Whatever its nature, the storm tore the roofs from many buildings. Several cannons were thrown through the air by the violent winds. Thirty British soldiers and some residents were buried in the rubble, and several died. Damage to trees also occurred “higher in the country.” The British Army left Washington soon after the storm, and heavy rains which accompanied the storm helped extinguish the fires.[4][5][7][8]At least thirty people died.[9]

Tornado warnings are nothing unusual, either, due to where D.C. is located. But, AOC’s reaction is based on how a generation is being educated and scared out of their little minds, how they are brainwashed. They just do not know better, and will freak out over every single weather event. I don’t really blame her as much as other people who made her this way. Though I do blame her and people like her for not taking the time to investigate all the information to get informed.

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12 Responses to “AOC Loses Mind Over Tornado Warning, Blames ‘Climate Change’”

  1. Mad Celt says:

    If you see any climate change please call her office immediately. Also call if you have a new reciept for a drink. She’s going to need all she can get after next year.

  2. Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

    Wasn’t aware she had a mind to lose. https://www.thepiratescove.us/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_cool.gif

    • Elwood P. Dowd says:

      She lives rent-free in the “minds” of Con men.

      • formwiz says:

        Bunny suit does not comprehend the concept of unintentional risibility.

        The only Demo we love more is Gropin’ “the number-one job facing the middle class… a three-letter word: jobs. J-O-B-S, jobs” Joe.

  3. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Floods and tornadoes and heatwaves, oh my! No one could have predicted anything like this.

  4. Professor Hale says:

    I was out in the storm on that afternoon. I actually had to use my windshield wipers. It was horrifying.

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