As the nation prepares to endure yet another devastating hurricane heading towards the east coast of the United States, the Washington Post is already blaming the dangerous storm on President Donald Trump.
The Washington Post Editorial Board published a scathing article Tuesday, claiming the Commander-in-Chief was “complicit” in Hurricane Florence’s potential damage because of his political stance on climate change.
“YET AGAIN, a massive hurricane feeding off unusually warm ocean water has the potential to stall over heavily populated areas, menacing millions of people,” writes the Post.
“When it comes to extreme weather, Mr. Trump is complicit. He plays down humans’ role in increasing the risks, and he continues to dismantle efforts to address those risks. It is hard to attribute any single weather event to climate change. But there is no reasonable doubt that humans are priming the Earth’s systems to produce disasters,” adds the article.
Read the full article at the Washington Post.
BOMBSHELL: Washington Post Publishes SCANDALOUS Report on Trump’s ‘Favorite Candy’
The mainstream media continued its non-stop obsession with President Trump and his administration this week, pushing crazed conspiracy theories for months including a new “bombshell” report from the Washington Post that details Trump’s scandalous candy preferences.
The Post took some time from its never-ending conspiracy theories surrounding Russia’s attempt to steal the 2016 presidential race from Hillary Clinton to focus on yet another scandal surrounding the White House: The President’s preference for Starburst.
In an exposé published Monday, the left-leaning newspaper shed groundbreaking new light on Trump’s preference for cherry and strawberry flavored Starburst candies; the chewy, square-shaped sweets.
“President Trump and House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) were alone in the presidential suite on Air Force One, flying east toward Washington in early October, when the president reached for a handful of Starbursts, the fruit-flavored, box-shaped chewy candies,” writes the Post.
“But instead of unwrapping all the treats, the president was careful to pluck out and eat two flavors: cherry and strawberry,” the author adds.
“A bit later, a couple of his aides saw me with those colors and told me, ‘Those are the president’s favorites,’” McCarthy told the paper.
Even liberal reporters on social media were quick to point out the absurdity of the Post’s article, saying, “This Starburst thing doesn’t seem that crazy. People have favorite Starburst flavors. http://wapo.st/2mFLcbQ .”
A NEW LOW: Veteran Forced to Sell House After Being Fined $100 Per Day for US FLAG
An Air Force Veteran living in Florida sold his house after the local homeowners association fined him $100 per day for displaying a 17” American flag in a flower pot on his lawn, reports the Washington Post.
According to the Post, the HOA deemed the flag an “unauthorized object” on his front porch and had to be removed.
This is such a disgrace 😠 Larry Murphree is a proud veteran and should be treated as such! Good for him for showing his national pride! 🇺🇸 https://t.co/hotGbe8qHG
— Thrifty Sue (@thriftysues) July 8, 2018
“After filing a lawsuit in federal court, Murphree came to an agreement with the HOA that he could continue to fly the flag, only to discover a few months later that the HOA had made a new ordinance to remove his flower pot. He also discovered they were using money from his HOA dues to pay off his ‘unauthorized object’ fees, causing him to fall far behind in the dues. With foreclosure imminent, Murphree decided to sell his house three years ago,” writes the Washington Examiner.
“It just dawned on me there’s people that strap on a gun every day to protect me and the people I love. It’s a small flag, but it stands for a big thank you,” said Larry Murphree.
“He’s probably lost . . . hundreds of thousands of dollars of his retirement money, not to mention the time he’ll never get back from having to fight this battle,” said his attorney.
Read the full report at the Washington Post.