The response from Fox News fans to the deadly flooding and mudslides in California proves that this is a network for people who hate America.
Today, FoxNews.com reported:
At least 13 people were killed Tuesday after a powerful winter storm drenching Southern California sent mud, rocks and debris plummeting down wildfire-scarred hillsides and into several neighborhoods, some of which house lavish celebrity homes.
Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown confirmed the deaths at a news conference Tuesday, in which he said the affected areas of the state "looked like a World War I battlefield."
Fox also reported that more deaths are expected.
That engendered hideous glee from a slew of readers who seem to have nothing but hate and hostility toward their country.
Watch the slide show of the devastation that accompanied Fox's article below and see just how full of hatred and devoid of humanity these Fox fans are.
Just a guess, but I’m thinking "Eetmee386"’s reasoning for their feelings is because he/she/it gets very little sex on their own that isn’t self-inflicted . . .
LMAO! Oh boy doors17, THAT IS THE UNDERSTATEMENT OF THE DECADE!
Of course, I don’t wish harm on anyone. Natural disasters happen everywhere, and if ever a time comes for true non-partisanship, this is it.
As far as the grade school mentality of insults above, all you can do is just accept that we have to share the world with stupid people.
“Of course, the same rules do not apply when tornadoes and hurricanes hit the Bible Belt.”
How right you are doors17. When tornadoes and hurricanes hit the Bible Belt, THEIR CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVES GO CRYING AND BELLYACHING ON THEIR HANDS AND KNEES TO FEMA IN LESS THAN 24 HOURS!
Eventually the day will come when we’re hit with a massive, destructive earthquake. Most have heard of the San Andreas Fault, but the one that is overdue is the Hayward Fault, located in the east bay of San Francisco and Oakland. It hasn’t gone off since 1859 and experts believe sometime in the next 30 years it will.
When the big one hits you know very well that we’ll be getting a tongue lashing from right wing preacher types who will claim that this is a punishment from God for reasons that fit their agendas. Of course, the same rules do not apply when tornadoes and hurricanes hit the Bible Belt.
Boggles the mind.
My wish for the new year: may they reap what they sow, aka have the opportunity to experience the same level of loss or harm. Nothing more but nothing less, either.