Exactly One Week After Biden’s Fateful Decision, The U.S. Was Hit By One Of The Worst Natural Disasters In Our History

by Michael Snyder, End Of The American Dream:

Hurricane Ian will go down as one of the worst natural disasters in the history of the United States.  The utter devastation that we are witnessing in southwest Florida is difficult to comprehend, and it will literally take years for the region to recover.  When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in 2006, it was just a Category 3 storm.  Hurricane Ian was a very strong Category 4 storm when it finally made landfall, and it very nearly hit Category 5.  Some media outlets were reporting that Ian had maximum sustained winds of 150 mph, while others were reporting that Ian had maximum sustained winds of 155 mph.  In either case, it came really close to becoming a Category 5 storm.

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But this wasn’t supposed to happen.

Ian wasn’t supposed to be a “monster storm” when it slammed into the Florida coast, but in the final hours it absolutely “exploded” in intensity.

According to USA Today, Ian ultimately became “one of the most powerful storms in U.S. history”…

Hurricane Ian slammed into Florida’s southwestern coast Wednesday as one of the most powerful storms in U.S. history, tearing apart homes and buildings and leaving some residents stranded as storm surge flooded communities.

The storm made landfall near Cayo Costa as a Category 4 storm Wednesday afternoon with maximum sustained winds measured at a stunning 150 mph — only 7 mph slower than a Category 5, the highest status on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale of Hurricane Intensity.

It is being reported that wind speeds were so high in Fort Myers that palm trees were literally being ripped out of the ground

Hurricane Ian unleashed devastation on southwest Florida after a 6ft storm surge plowed through Fort Myers destroying houses as water rengulfed two-story properties.

Horrifying footage showed wave after wave pummel the small city, where an extreme wind warning is currently in effect, swallowing buildings and cars as the monster tempest finally made landfall on Wednesday.

It sees the ‘unsurvivable’ torrent of water engulf palm trees in the tropical resort and rip some from their roots as it was forced forwards by 155mph winds – only the fifth storm in history to hit land at that speed.

Social media is filled with videos of the carnage.

What has happened to these beautiful coastal communities is absolutely heartbreaking.  Countless homes have been completely destroyed, and countless hopes and dreams have been completely washed away.

At this hour, we are being told that 1.6 million Florida residents are without power.

And apparently the damage to the power grid is so widespread that some sections will have to be entirely rebuilt

As a potent Hurricane Ian made landfall in Southwest Florida, the top executive at Florida Power & Light warned residents in the storm’s path to expect “life-changing effects” from widespread and catastrophic damage to the state’s electrical grid that will take days, and in some cases weeks, to fully fix.

Speaking on a livestream from FPL’s Palm Beach County emergency command center, President and CEO Eric Silagy said the company expects it will have to completely rebuild sections of its electrical system given Ian’s massive size and powerful winds, as well as the extensive rainfall and flooding it’s forecast to generate.

When it is all said and done, I believe that the total economic damage will be in the hundreds of billions of dollars.

What most people do not realize is that this disaster perfectly fits a pattern that literally goes back for decades.

Over and over again, when our government is involved in an effort to divide the land of Israel, our nation is hit by some sort of a major disaster almost immediately afterwards.  The following list of 10 examples is based on a list that I shared in a previous article

#1 On March 26th, 1979 the Egypt-Israel Peace Treaty was signed in Washington.  As a result of that treaty, Israel gave up a tremendous amount of territory.  Two days later, on March 28th, the worst nuclear power plant disaster in U.S. history made headlines all over the globe.

#2 On October 30th, 1991 President George H. W. Bush opened the Madrid Peace Conference which brought Israelis and Palestinians together to negotiate for the very first time. In his opening speech, Bush told Israel that “territorial compromise is essential for peace”. At the exact same time, “the Perfect Storm” was brewing in the north Atlantic. This legendary storm traveled 1000 miles the wrong direction and sent 35 foot waves slamming directly into President Bush’s home in Kennebunkport, Maine.

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