A Look Inside Homes Torn Apart By Hurricane Sally | Katy Tur | MSNBC

A Look Inside Homes Torn Apart By Hurricane Sally | Katy Tur | MSNBC 1


On MSNBC Live with Katy Tur, Chris Jansing shows viewers the devastation caused by Hurricane Sally in Alabama. Aired on 9/16/2020.
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A Look Inside Homes Torn Apart By Hurricane Sally | Katy Tur | MSNBC

30 Comments on "A Look Inside Homes Torn Apart By Hurricane Sally | Katy Tur | MSNBC"

  1. Mother Nature Really Hates Republicans!

  2. “I don’t think science knows actually” – Trumpelstilskin. 🤣

  3. I’m not gonna be surprised if they somehow blame antifa blm for this.

    • warpedjaffas1 a hurricane is over 10 thousand times more powerful then a nuke nuking it would not make a difference in fact it would be way worse cause the ocean would have radiation

    • Jis Yang “they take these bags of soups and use them as weapons!” 😂

    • Dameed 4x They’re gonna discover some soup and make videos ‘here’s the evidence antifa did this!!’ and spread on fb

    • The last farewell | September 16, 2020 at 6:12 PM | Reply

      I was waiting for Trump to suggest injecting bleach into the hurricane to cleanse the eyewall. I think he has Dr. Birx working on testing that. Maybe it’ll be ready for the next one.

    • @Dameed 4x correcy. You can be the Presidents new advisor on nuking Hurricanes if you like.

  4. fourthqtrplayer | September 16, 2020 at 5:38 PM | Reply

    Trump…..these houses didn’t rake their trees!

  5. But Trump will come to the rescue … with his sharpie …

  6. It will get cooler…

  7. Geez, when are the earthquakes coming? So many extra people homeless, just terrible.

  8. Histopher Citchens | September 16, 2020 at 6:51 PM | Reply

    I’ve got three massive trees in my back yard.
    I don’t want to cut them down, because they’re beautiful in the summer, and they’re home for lots of birds, grubs, and other wild life in the area. As, there’s not many trees this size around here.
    However, if the wind is strong, or there’s an ice storm. I move myself, and family to another part of the house till it’s over.
    Understanding, a few scientific facts goes a long way toward safety…lol…

  9. Yo kitties

  10. Keith Johnson - Shelby GT500 | September 16, 2020 at 7:00 PM | Reply

    *Median income soared to record high of $68,703 in 2019 while poverty declined*
    Sept 15, 2020

    *The number of people in poverty in 2019 was 34.0 million, which is 4.2 million fewer people than in 2018.*

    Household income includes employment bonuses, payments from public assistance, interest and dividends from investment, and Social Security, among other sources.

    The official poverty rate in 2019 was 10.5%, a decrease from 11.8% in 2018. This is the fifth consecutive annual decline in the national poverty rate. Since 2014, the poverty rate has fallen from 14.8% to 10.5%. The 2019 poverty rate is the lowest rate observed since estimates were initially published for 1959.

    The number of people in poverty in 2019 was 34.0 million, which is 4.2 million fewer people than in 2018.

    The rate of people without health insurance in 2019 was 8%, compared to 8.5% in 2018 and 7.9% in 2017. In 2019, the percentage of people with employer-provided coverage at the time of interview was slightly higher than in 2018, from 55.2% in 2018 to 55.4% in 2019. Meanwhile, all states and the District of Columbia had a lower uninsured rate in 2019 than in 2010.


    • canadianperspective | September 16, 2020 at 9:44 PM | Reply

      Keith Johnson – Shelby GT500 Well then, with all that money you can buy immunity to Covid and an invisible wall to protect your property from Mother Nature. Aren’t you lucky.

  11. Keith Johnson - Shelby GT500 | September 16, 2020 at 7:08 PM | Reply

    *That’s rich: Poverty level under Obama breaks 50-year record*
    Jan 2014 https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/jan/7/obamas-rhetoric-on-fighting-poverty-doesnt-match-h/

    *Fifty years after President Johnson started a $20 trillion taxpayer-funded war on poverty, the overall percentage of impoverished people in the U.S. has declined only slightly and the poor have lost ground under President Obama.*

    Aides said Mr. Obama doesn’t plan to commemorate the anniversary Wednesday of Johnson’s speech in 1964, which gave rise to Medicaid, Head Start and a broad range of other federal anti-poverty programs. The president’s only public event Tuesday was a plea for Congress to approve extended benefits for the long-term unemployed, another reminder of the persistent economic troubles during Mr. Obama’s five years in office.

    Although the president often rails against income inequality in America, his policies have had little impact overall on poverty. A record 47 million Americans receive food stamps, about 13 million more than when he took office.

    The poverty rate has stood at 15 percent for three consecutive years, the first time that has happened since the mid-1960s. The poverty rate in 1965 was 17.3 percent; it was 12.5 percent in 2007, before the Great Recession.

    • Not gonna matter if your dead.Shootin for herd immunity!!!!!!!!200,000 thousand and counting.Hope your not in the2 million while your counting that money.

  12. TheMercilessEye | September 16, 2020 at 7:08 PM | Reply

    Poor water management: that’s all you need to know. It’s just poor water management. If they spent the time raking the bottom of the gulf, this wouldn’t happen. This is really a matter for the local governors, not the federal government. It’s going to get drier: just wait and see…

  13. Tommy Westbrook | September 16, 2020 at 7:19 PM | Reply

    Democrats fault and Blm matter

  14. Tomas Neshoba.holba | September 16, 2020 at 7:20 PM | Reply

    Ya want to make money kids make a bid to do the reconstruction on the whole block, and give a group discount. Great opportunity, not just sadness

  15. That must of been some wind to tear down trees the size of those trees it’s unbelievable what is going on in America right now, the virus, the riots, the wildfires and now the storms it’s unbelievable but true. Best wishes America from Britain.

  16. lifeisa a warzone | September 16, 2020 at 7:29 PM | Reply

    yep thats true, it becomes a life and death situation when american so called authorities show up, every body and their brother and their dog is an authority in america, thats a well known fact

  17. Yet no climate change. And I bet they voted for trump. Sorry. Very little compassion.

  18. Is that stephanie?

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