Hurricane Harvey continues to wreak havoc in Texas as it crawls across the state at a super slow pace, dumping trillions of gallons plus of rain on residents.
The fourth-largest city in America is now at a complete standstill as Houston continues to flood, ruining the lives of people who are going to be homeless and many lack flood insurance. It is a horrible, horrible situation as the news keeps rolling in that waters continue to rise and a levee just gave out.
Yet some of the demented freaks on the left are actually cheering the devastation of the Lone Star State’s biggest city and the energy capital of the country because the people have it coming to them because Texas voted for Donald Trump in last year’s election.
That according to a pinhead professor who at least for now, is employed by the University of Tampa.
Prof suggests Texans deserve hurricane for supporting Trump https://t.co/9i0fY174bm
— Campus Reform (@campusreform) August 28, 2017
This sickening story comes to us courtesy of Campus Reform which reports that “Prof suggests Texans deserve hurricane for supporting Trump”:
A University of Tampa professor recently suggested that Texans deserve the fallout from Hurricane Harvey because of their support for Donald Trump in the 2016 election.
“I don’t believe in instant Karma but this kinda feels like it for Texas,” Professor Ken Storey wrote. “Hopefully this will help them realize the GOP doesn’t care about them.”
One of Storey’s followers responded to the tweet by noting that there are “lots of good people in Texas,” and so he “may want to rethink this one.”
“Well, the good people there need to do more to stop the evil their state pushes. I’m only blaming those who support the GOP there,” Storey elaborated, to which the same commenter replied by asking if he thinks the same about Trump supporters in Florida.
“Yep, those who voted for him here deserve it as well,” Storey answered, though he later deleted his Twitter account, but a screenshot of his account confirms that he teaches sociology.
Campus Reform reached out to Storey for comment on his tweets, but did not receive a response in time for publication.
While it would be interesting to see how Professor Storey spins this one it would be even MORE interesting to see how officials at the University of Tampa feel about having an employee who is openly gloating over the wreckage of thousands of lives.
It’s totally lost on this assclown that he happens to live in a city that like Houston is extremely vulnerable to hurricanes and there are over two-months left in the storm season.
Oh, and Florida ALSO went for Trump.