It’s almost like CNN doesn’t understand that it’s spring and that when hot air collides with cold air (which happens a lot in the spring) you get a tornado.
But you know, since they need to keep pushing their climate change alarmism might as well run with the whole, ‘OMG TORNADOES PROVE CLIMATE CHANGE WILL KILL US ALL IN 12 YEARS’ nonsense.
Millions are bracing for rain, wind and golf-ball-sized hail this afternoon. Parts of the US have already reported 34 tornadoes since Friday morning. https://t.co/XmSi9e20jd pic.twitter.com/75HSk5PKzd
— CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) May 18, 2019
Surely no one is surprised by the fact that certain parts of the country are seeing tornadoes in May, right?
Weird it’s *almost* like the planet is trying to tell us something https://t.co/cEpDYug1sL
— Rachel Nichols (@Rachel__Nichols) May 18, 2019
Tornado. What is it? What does it mean?
LOVE it when an ESPN talking head pretends to know anything about … well, anything.
Tornados in ‘Tornado Alley’ during tornado season…WHAT DOES IT MEAN?!
— Matchstick 🔥 (@RedRewrite) May 18, 2019
— Kit (@thedaemonspawn) May 19, 2019
Let us know when you crack the code.
— Dan 🇺🇸 (@danieltobin) May 19, 2019
It’s telling us it’s spring in the Midwest.
— princess jules banana-hammock (@ImJuliCaldwell) May 18, 2019
That you didn't pay close enough attention in third grade science class?
— Eric Spencer (@JustEric) May 19, 2019
Yeah, that'll happen when Spring arrives. It's *almost* like the calendar says it's May!
— Geoff Geoffery (@_TheDailyGeoff) May 19, 2019
72 tornados in 1 day in oklahoma. the strongest tornado ever recorded. 154 touchdowns in 1 week. 1999 is saying "hold my beer". https://t.co/vdiVNPhat6
— Bonnie Blue (@BonnieBlueTK) May 19, 2019
Hrm, 1999. Was that before or after all of the ice caps melted and the polar bears went extinct?
Millions of people living in "Tornado Alley" are bracing for…tornadoes.
— Ælfred (@hraphanidousai) May 19, 2019
Tornados. Totally new.
— Caleb Box (@calebbox) May 19, 2019
Yup. Weather still happens.#StickToSports
— Kevin Barnard (@KevyB1990) May 19, 2019
Best advice we’ve seen today.