Whoever wrote the piece for Mother Jones on the hurricanes ‘along the equator’ might want (need) to go back to school.

Just sayin’.

Not judgin’.

Ok, that’s not true, we’re judging a little bit. Heh.

Never seen anything like what’s happening at the equator.

Hrm.

From Mother Jones:

The map looks terrifyingly unfamiliar. Not because of the outlines of the continents; those are comforting in their hooks, tails, splotches, and whorls. It’s the storms. Across the globe’s tropics right now, seven superstorms are swirling over oceans. Hurricane Florence is butting into the Carolinas on North America’s southeastern coast. Tropical storms Helene, Isaac, and Joyce are hovering over the Atlantic like jets stacked on approach to Charlotte. Tropical cyclone Barijat is breaking up as it makes landfall at the Gulf of Tonkin while the Philippines and the rest of southeast Asia girds itself for Super Typhoon Mangkhut.

TERRIFYING UNFAMILIAR.

DOGS AND CATS, LIVING TOGETHER, MASS HYSTERIA!

EL OH EL.

We get what they’re trying to do here, they want to make this about CLIMATE CHANGE and how Trump is to blame for all of these hurricanes along the equator. OOOH SKEERY. But of course, there are two issues with this story.

First and foremost, the equator is way further south.

And second, the premise of the story isn’t true.

Huh.

There were major hurricanes before Trump was elected president?

Whoda thunk it?


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