CrossTalk: Hurricane Ian WEATHER WEAPON! Apocalyptic Floods And Transhumanist Gene Editing

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Cross Talk NewsSeptember 27, 2022Today on CrossTalk News, we speak with Mark from Florida Sky Watchers about the possibility that weather weapons are being used to amplify and direct Hurricane Ian toward Florida. Would the Biden administration cause monsoon level flooding to punish Governor DeSantis? Lauren Witzke and Edward Szall also address the U.S. attack on the Nordstream pipelines, poised to leave people to freeze to death in Europe, and the discovery of bioweapon shot mRNA in breast milk. The depopulation agenda is REAL!All this and more, on today's CrossTalk News...CHECKOUT OUR NEW MINI-DOC “SHORTAGE”https://rumble.com/v1kux2b-shortage-a-stew-peters-network-exclusive.html Buy high quality freeze dried…

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Liberals Hope For Hurricane Destruction In Florida So They Can Blame It On Ron DeSantis

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The post Liberals Hope For Hurricane Destruction In Florida So They Can Blame It On Ron DeSantis appeared first on American Lookout. Democrats and the media are rooting for destruction in Florida from Hurricane Ian, so that they can blame it on Governor Ron DeSantis. Back in the early 2000s, they used Hurricane Katrina as a political weapon against George W. Bush and are now hoping to do the same thing. Scoring political points is apparently more important to them than the lives of Americans in Florida. Townhall reports: Liberals Giddy Over Hurricane Ian Because It Might Hurt Ron DeSantis…

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Managing Expectations, Hurricane Ian 11pm Update – Now it is Time to Hunker Down

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As many long-time readers will know, we do have a little bit more than average experience dealing with the aftermath of hurricanes. I am not an expert in the before part; you need to heed the local, very local, professionals who will guide you through any preparation, and neighborhood specific guidelines, for your immediate area. […] The post Managing Expectations, Hurricane Ian 11pm Update – Now it is Time to Hunker Down appeared first on The Last Refuge.

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Massive waves pound Key West as Hurricane Ian threatens Florida #shorts

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For more: https://news.cgtn.com/news/2022-09-28/Massive-waves-pound-Key-West-as-Hurricane-Ian-threatens-Florida-1dGQAuYYin6/index.html Florida braced for Hurricane Ian on September 27 as massive waves and powerful winds pounded Key West. The National Hurricane Center warned that Ian could bring life-threatening storm surges, catastrophic winds and severe flooding. During a press briefing on September 27, Governor Ron DeSantis encouraged residents of those regions to evacuate and provided further information about resources available to them. #shorts Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv

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Hurricane storm surge considered deadly for those in its path | USA TODAY

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Storm surge is a deadly risk in hurricanes that threatens millions along the U.S. Gulf Coast, but why is it so deadly? RELATED: FEMA director warns of storm surges, urges evacuations ahead of Ian https://youtu.be/x2B2g-bkISw Hurricane Ian’s forecast path northward near the Florida coast threatens millions, especially its potentially deadly and devastating storm surge that could push into bays and streams, flooding homes and businesses miles inland. Uncertainty in the forecast Tuesday left much of the state's densely populated west coast facing the risk of a massive storm surge, from Naples north to the Big Bend. » Subscribe to USA…

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