The Apocalypse of California is Happening Very Soon
On Facebook, about two years ago, people were protesting God in the streets by holding up signs saying, “Take God out of California.” Anyone who believes in a higher power would most likely think these fools may have gotten their wish. Since President Trump took office in 2017, Liberals have done all they can to fight Conservatives and the president every step of the way of trying to better their state.
Now, the whole world is witnessing what may have come out of the Apocolypse to California. Wildfires have raged across the state, destroying everything in its path. Blackouts have left hundreds of thousands of people without power in major cities and rural neighborhoods. Now, desert communities are at risk of flooding due to a dam fixing to rupture.
Anyone familiar with the stories of old where cities and nations were destroyed by their own ignorance would leave people of good faith watching all these wonders wondering are the locust and pestilence coming next. Mother Nature has released a fury upon the state like no other in the country.
Many described the wildfires as though it were the flames of hell. The blackouts could possibly be the darkness upon the land unleashing the evil hearts of people who refuse to listen to reason and continue to live and promote their Liberalism. No, there is not locust and pestilence on the horizon, although, with the foolishness, we cannot put it passed them. Preventative measures are being taken by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to keep the Mojave River Dam from bursting, but the danger remains.
For decades, it is said California’s biggest earthquake is imminent. Still, no one expected all these events to happen before, at least, not as horrible as we are witnessing. Many people living in California are not even aware of the danger they are facing with the dam, which is about to give way. There are a few main topics Californians are concerned about, which are now being addressed.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have switched the Dam Safety Action Classification from low urgency to high urgency of the Mojave River Dam. Communities closest to the river like Apple Valley, Hesperia, Barstow, and Victorville are in high alert as steps are being taken quickly to spare these areas from the floods. Any extreme weather event could cause breaching, which would cause massive damage as far as 140 miles away. The loss would be valued at $1.5 billion and affecting over 16,000 residents.
Measures are being taken with the first step of bringing awareness of the danger. Phone alerts, emergency kits, and evacuation plans are some of the early stages being taken. Kristen Bedolla, the dam safety program manager for the Corps’ Los Angeles District, stated, “We’re going to be enacting a lot of emergency-preparedness activities. As we turn the corner toward winter, we’re definitely going to be more proactive in working with our downstream partners.” The Corps’ are taking measures before the rainy season hits to give the dam its upgrades and maintenance and assess any damages and repair it immediately.
To show how bad the ignorance in California is, residents are asking, “Why bother?” The Corps’ are using Hurricane Katrina and Harvey as a colossal awakening call. All it would take is one of those category five storms to hit and wipe out everything. It has already happened where the Oroville Dam in the northern part of California was damaged in 2017, where 190,000 people had a moment’s notice to pack up and leave.
The Corps’ are saying another round, and the dams will be useless. Lillian Doherty, chief of the operations division for the L.A. District, stated, “That is our mission, to reduce the risk for the communities we serve. With climate change, we are seeing more severe events on a more regular basis, so being prepared, ensuring that our communities are aware of these risks, and preparing themselves is critical.”
Many in California are even scoffing at the idea of the Mojave Desert flooding. Doherty explained, “We have a very reactive system. Just a little bit of rain can cause huge flash floods in any area, including the desert. We’ve seen events like that happen, and it’s one of the reasons we’re most concerned. Because we are dry year-round, there’s a lack of sensitivity to the fact that flooding is a true risk that we need to prepare for.” It is these types of Liberal idiots who always get caught.