While thousands suffer in the wake of Hurricane Laura, the media is celebrating the destruction.
It turns out, the hurricane winds that walloped Lake Charles, Lousiana were so strong that they destroyed a confederate statue.
Cue cheering from the heartless, myopic reporters of the world.
Just check out the headline:
You’d never know the storm – the strongest storm to ever hit Lousiana – also destroyed a number of other landmarks, a bowling alley, a casino, and countless small businesses.
Thanks for the “news,” NPR.