Are you the sort of Florida resident who lives in close proximity to a golf course, smokes cigars, and is a big fan of Rush Limbaugh? Then I urge you, in the strongest possible terms: Please listen to what he is saying about this hurricane.
As Rush is quick to point out, he is “not a meteorologist.” Well hell, Ronald Reagan wasn’t a sculptor, but he would still look damn fine on Mount Rushmore. You feel me? Credentialism is no reason why you, the Rush Limbaugh-loving resident of my home state who really makes large portions of Florida unlivable with your golf courses and reactionary know-nothing politics, should not pay close attention to his theories about Hurricane Irma. The mainstream media may tell you things like, “Hurricane Irma is one of the most powerful Atlantic storms in recorded history” or “The State of Florida has already begun ordering evacuations in anticipation of the possibility of Irma making landfall less than a week from now.” But who do you believe: them, or Rush Limbaugh, who notes modestly that “Just as I am the go-to tech guy in my family and here on the staff, when it comes to a hurricane bearing down on south Florida, I’m the go-to guy?”
Rush dedicated his... monologue thing today to the looming, Irma-induced panic already sweeping south Florida. Florida Republicans, please pay his words the respect they deserve!
The reason that I am leery of forecasts this far out, folks, is because I see how the system works. Now, I don’t mean this to be a personal attack on anybody, but the one thing that’s undeniable throughout our culture is that everything has been politicized. And in that sense much of our public information system, including from the government, from the Drive-By Media, has been corrupted. It has been corrupted by the individual biases and whatever present bigotry of the people who hold these positions.
You can see it in the way the Deep State deals with Trump. You can see it with the way the intelligence community and the Washington establishment deal with Trump. So in the case of a hurricane, what happens? Well, there are many levels here. When a hurricane pops up — and we can’t forget Hurricane Harvey because Hurricane Harvey and the TV pictures that accompany that go a long way to helping further and create the panic.
What sort of person would make a “forecast?” A meteorologist, I guess. And does Rush Limbaugh trust them? No he does not. Just look at the uh, deep state, and whatnot. Think about it.
Now, in the official meteorological circles, you have an abundance of people who believe that man-made climate change is real. And they believe that Algore is correct when he has written — and he couldn’t be more wrong — that climate change is creating more hurricanes and stronger hurricanes. And, of course, when Harvey hit, it was the first hurricane that had hit in 12 years. There haven’t been more hurricanes and no more dangerous than any others in previous years.
But it doesn’t matter because the bias is built in. So there is a desire to advance this climate change agenda, and hurricanes are one of the fastest and best ways to do it. You can accomplish a lot just by creating fear and panic. You don’t need a hurricane to hit anywhere. All you need is to create the fear and panic accompanied by talk that climate change is causing hurricanes to become more frequent and bigger and more dangerous, and you create the panic, and it’s mission accomplished, agenda advanced.
Meteorologist will tell you that hurricanes are created by “temperature” and “pressure” and “moisture” and other words that are boring. What are hurricanes really created by? Agendas. First you see the hurricane prediction on the news. Then you see people buying up bottled water. Coincidence? Who’s making money here? Are you being fooled? Wrap it all up for the good folks, Rush:
“But, Rush, but, Rush, what are people supposed to do?” That’s my whole point. You can’t blame people. They’re reacting to what they’re seeing. And I’m just telling you that there’s a vested interest on the part of a lot of people. Folks, the hurricane doesn’t even need to strike land. The hurricane doesn’t even need to hit in order to for the agenda to be advanced. All they have to do is create the panic and then show you that graphic of this giant red blob that, “Oh, my God, is gonna eat the country, you see this thing, is horrible, Mabel, look at how big…” And they create the fear and panic after they’ve already told everybody climate change is responsible for these bigger and more frequent storms.
And the image is powerful, the picture, the graphic is powerful, and the fear that it might hit is all it needs. If it ends up not hitting where you are, hits somewhere else, you might temporarily breathe a sigh of relief, but you’re still gonna think, “Man, there might be something to this climate change,” which, do not doubt me, with everything being politicized, of course it is an objective of some, not everybody, of course, but some of the people involved here.
There’s no worse fate than being played as a sucker by those on the left with a climate change agenda. So Florida Republicans, please take a stand: Ride this fucker out. Don’t buy a single fucking bottle of water. Show these globalists what’s what. Let the Dems blow their hard earned cash on supplies and run off to some “safe” area. The joke will be on them, you’ll see!
And if the unthinkable happens, Rush Limbaugh’s big body will be a great flotation device.