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Rush Limbaugh, Who Called Hurricane Irma a Hyped-Up "Lie", Evacuates South Florida

Rush Limbaugh, Who Called Hurricane Irma a Hyped-Up

So it came as no surprise that Rush's discussion of the obvious was instantly picked up and quite deliberately misrepresented by the liberal media.

"People run to the stores, they stock up everything, and they hoard". So it's there, even if you can't find it at the grocery store.

And what disappeared first? Make sure you got water.

"It's not a question of if Florida's going to be impacted, it's a question of how bad Florida's going to be impacted and where the storm ends up", FEMA official William Long told The Washington Post.

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"Well, the TV stations begin reporting this and the panic begins to increase", he added. I don't want to mention brand names because that's not the point. He's just one of many liberal pundits in a chorus of stupidity.

If somebody unplugged Limbaugh's broadcasting equipment and let him bluster and rant to an audience of one, I'd have no problem with his goofy alt-meteorology. That's all I did.

"Unlike UFOs which only land in trailer parks, hurricanes are always forecast to hit major population centers", he said. I didn't say the storm is gonna go somewhere else. The reason for that is that I'm not biased and I have no agenda with my analysis of the data.

"To have @rushlimbaugh suggest the warnings about #Irma are #fake or about profit and to ignore them borders on criminal", Roker tweeted on Wednesday, adding "#ShameOnRush". What show was Borchers listening to? Limbaugh broadcasts from Palm Beach, Florida, where he owns an oceanfront estate. Fellow climate change denier Ann Coulter has also been forced to evacuate. If not, you need to use food-grade water containers, thoroughly cleaned and sanitized, and replace them every six months. Throughout the program, he chastised his fellow Floridians, who "in panic" had bought out all the bottled water in Palm Beach. This would seem like starkly obvious advice. "These storms, once they actually hit, are never as strong as they're reported", he said. In other words: its all about Trump too. My personal favorite is the foreboding tune The Weather Channel plays after returning from break. Or lying, to be impolite about it. I did not join in helpless wailing and 'Oh, woe is me!' I did not join in any of the things--and I specifically didn't join the idea that global warming or climate change was causing this... Even as they have been unable to predict with accuracy the path of Irma several days out they insist they can tell you with certainty the sea level 100 years from now. Many users vocalized their opposition towards Limbaugh's hoax claims and his decision to evacuate South Florida despite them.