A State of Emergency has been declared in New York by Gov. Hochul.
Surely the Emergency is the fact that New York City is being overrun by illegals, right?
Definitely not that.
No, the Emergency is the fact that New York City is under water, and to be fair it does look very bad.
Torrential rains have caused flash flooding all over New York City and the videos are truly a sight to behold.
Would you ride on this Subway?
BREAKING: Governor Kathy Hochul has just declared a state of emergency in New York as flash floods hit the New York City area on Friday, with more than four inches of rain falling on parts of the city. WATCH pic.twitter.com/XlCdK3KNnz
— Simon Ateba (@simonateba) September 29, 2023
Heck, I wouldn’t even be down there!
If there’s one thing I know about water it’s that when water is rising, you don’t go DOWN and get trapped in tunnels.
Seems like a very bad idea!
Look at the water rushing down into the tunnels and yet people are still heading down there?
— CBKNEWS (@CBKNEWS121) September 29, 2023
The streets look like rivers:
Governor Hochul has declared a state of emergency for New York City, Long Island, and the Hudson River Valley, due to extreme flooding ongoing across the region. Transit services have been severely disrupted or halted. #NYwx pic.twitter.com/IMzI1Mmi73
— WeatherNation (@WeatherNation) September 29, 2023
#BREAKING: New York has officially declared a State of Emergency covering New York City, Long Island, and the Hudson Valley due to the unprecedented levels of rainfall and ensuing flooding.
The NYPD is actively engaged in water rescues this morning as certain areas of NYC… pic.twitter.com/LMI8sxIPBZ
— HumanDilemma (@HumanDilemma_) September 29, 2023
From the NY Post:
Gov. Kathy Hochul declared a state of emergency across much of the New York City area Friday after torrential storms flooded the Big Apple’s subways and streets.
The order allows the state to swiftly provide resources locally in case rescues, evacuations, or other services are needed.
The downpours hit hardest across parts of Brooklyn with more than 3 inches of rain falling in a single hour, according to data from the state meteorological arm.
That’s triple the amount state officials said yesterday they expected the storms were expected to produce at their zenith.Advertisement
“I am declaring a State of Emergency across New York City, Long Island, and the Hudson Valley due to the extreme rainfall we’re seeing throughout the region,” said Hochul, in a post to Twitter, which is now formally known as ‘X’. “Please take steps to stay safe and remember to never attempt to travel on flooded roads.”
So, New York Gov. declares a State of Emergency across New York City, Long Island, and the Hudson Valley due to the extreme rainfall and flooding. NYPD is conducting water rescues as parts of NYC have flooded under heavy rain
Many of the illegal migrants were on the streets.… pic.twitter.com/ozwA0O4GNW
— David Vance (@DVATW) September 29, 2023
— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) September 29, 2023
BREAKING: New York declares state of emergency as heavy rain and flooding hits the area.
It’s 2023 and the city sewers can’t handle intense rains!
Send more illegals and more money for them. pic.twitter.com/jaNiPWviws
— I Meme Therefore I Am (@ImMeme0) September 29, 2023
I can only say one thing as I wrap up this article…
And that is: we’d better send BILLIONS more to Ukraine!
Can we get the wire out immediately?
UKRAINE NEEDS OUR HELP!
How exactly do we do that money laundering errrrrr I mean money transfers….?
Is is by wire?
Bags of cash?
Mail a check?
I’d love to know.
GOD SAVE UKRAINE!
This is a Guest Post from our friends over at WLTReport.