Brutal winter storms blanketed the United States from Texas to the Great Plains, New England to Virginia in recent days; covering 70 percent of the lower 48 states in snow and ice as millions remain without power or heat.
— Galveston Island (@GalvestonIsland) February 15, 2021
Synchronized snow plowing is a thing! Removing snow from the barrier wall keeps the left shoulder clear for emergency use & keeps drainage boxes unclogged. Watch #KYTCsnowfighters clear the barrier wall on I-75 in Fayette Co. Please be patient as trucks move through. #kywx pic.twitter.com/64DWen5rGM
— KYTC (@KYTC) February 15, 2021
The #OKGuard is continuing to support OHP in the area of the accident.
Please stay off the roads. If you can't, SLOW DOWN. pic.twitter.com/mgHGf0g64G
— Okla. National Guard (@OKGuard) February 15, 2021
Read the full report at ABC News.
BRAIN FREEZE: Kamala Harris Struggles to Name a Single ‘WIN’ During Her Time in the Senate
Ultra-liberal legislator Kamala Harris raised eyebrows throughout Washington over the weekend; struggling to name a single “win” during her 18-months in the United States Senate.
Harris was giving an interview with the “Call Your Girlfriend” podcast when she was asked by host Aminatou Sow to name her biggest victory while serving as a US Senator.
“We’re wondering, maybe, if you could talk about what at this point you consider your biggest win, or the thing that when you’re like ‘Wow, when I look back at those 18 months, this is the thing that I want top of the resume,” Sow said.
“I’ll tell you, one of the things that I think, for me, is most important is the role that I serve on the various committees that I’m on, which are oversight committees,” Harris said. “Let’s be clear. Those committees exist to watch and question what is going on with our government, the United States government.
Listen to Harris’ revealing comments above.
BRAIN FREEZE: Hillary Suggests WOMEN More IMPACTED by Climate Change Than MEN
Doomed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton spoke-out on the dangers of climate change at an event Monday afternoon, bizarrely suggesting that the planet’s female population will be the most “burdened” by global warming.
The former Secretary of State was speaking at Washington, DC’s Georgetown University when she was asked how students could help the rest of the world -primarily Africa and Asia- cope with mankind’s negative impacts on the global environment.
“With respect to the rest of the world, I would say that particularly for women […] they will bear the brunt of looking for the food, looking for the firewood, looking for the place to migrate to when all of the grass is finally gone as the desertification moves south and you have to keep moving your livestock or your crops are no longer growing,” she said.
“Yes, women once again, will be primarily burdened with the problems of climate change. So, look for international organizations to support.
Watch Clinton’s comments above.