We’ve got a new one to add to the smoldering pile of post-Hurricane Harvey hot takes. Brace yourselves:
Events like Harvey are disasters not because of nature but because of underfunding and environmental racism https://t.co/xa4tVu7alW
— American Prospect (@theprospect) September 8, 2017
People have lost their damn minds. https://t.co/VTF6BMKJT9
— Jason (@CounterMoonbat) September 8, 2017
So absurd . This lunacy is unbelievable
— Judith Ann langley (@prissylangley) September 8, 2017
Stupidest tweet of today, and it's not even close: https://t.co/BsKpR6UY2h
— Bert's Unibrow (@BertsUnibrow) September 8, 2017
Yuuup. Day ain’t over yet though!
So @theprospect you are saying that if mankind suddenly disappeared the world would never again experience another hurricane or earthquake?
— Steve McCann (@SteveMcCannAT) September 8, 2017
Gaia is not only angry, she's racist.
— Wretched Esq (@WretchedEsq) September 8, 2017
— Chase™ (@ChaseOk42) September 8, 2017
I must have missed that in my meteorology classes.
— Doug Schneider (@Race4caster) September 8, 2017
This is why conservatives think liberals are idiots (and they are right). https://t.co/FHIsVRAhud
— Andy (@AGKrygier) September 8, 2017
OFFS. Environmental racism is 100% not a thing. https://t.co/1CBudBSQ8k
— Jason McKinley (@jawesomeberg) September 8, 2017
What on earth is "environmental racism"???
— Spencer Buchanan (@buchansp95) September 8, 2017
This random buzzword generator is incredible. Did you know it can put buzzwords together to make articles? Neat. https://t.co/RqFGb3irtt
— ConservativeCanadian (@LancopCF) September 8, 2017
— JWF (@JammieWF) September 8, 2017
Hurricanes didn't exist until Trump won, people forget that https://t.co/0ElS3gCEM5
— Colin (@CTJR7_) September 8, 2017
"Environmental racism?" If you are hoping to find some clarification in the article, it is even more stupid than the headline. https://t.co/Ho8Sr8VBCe
— D (@TDurbin) September 8, 2017
That’s not surprising.
Speaking of accusations of “under funding”:
In new spending bill, Senate provides over $6 bil for humanitarian assistance-almost $1 bil above what Trump wanted. https://t.co/VyT5RIp1kP
— Robbie Gramer (@RobbieGramer) September 8, 2017
Never before has Congress appropriated more than what the president requested. First time. Notorious penny-pinchers. https://t.co/UnqTe65mVk
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) September 8, 2017