Few places in the world suffer from natural disasters quite like California.
Whether it’s droughts, floods, mudslides, earthquakes, or forest fires, California always seems to get the brunt of Mother Nature’s wrath.
But Mr. T shocked his neighbors with this considerate and forward thinking gesture.
Many Californians are simply not prepared for the upcoming rain storms
Any Californian will tell you that living in California means learning to adapt to the long list of natural disasters that plague the state.
Southern Californians often face prolonged droughts and forest fires, while many northern Californians face floods and intense amounts of snowfall in certain areas.
This week, southern Californians are getting intense amounts of rainfall, something that many of them are not accustomed to or prepared for.
Meteorologists predict that the onslaught of rain may last until this Friday, which could bring serious flooding to many parts of the region.
Some experts predict that as much as eight inches of rain could fall in some parts of Southern California, which rarely receives any serious rainfall.
Although many Californians are not sure how to prepare for such a weather event, some prominent residents are doing their best to help their neighbors prepare.
One such friendly neighbor is none other than Laurence Tureaud, better known as Mr. T, who starred in the A-Team and Rocky III.
“Former A-Team actor and Los Angeles resident Mr. T was among those preparing for Southern California’s massive atmospheric river storm,” KTLA 5 reported.
“I’m getting some [sand]bags for myself and some of my neighbors,” Mr. T told KTLA 5 News at a fire station in Sherman Oaks.
Mr. T then issued a warning to his fellow Californians.
In a nod to his famous catch phrase, “I pity the fool,” Mr. T told Californians to “be prepared, fool!”
Elected officials have echoed these warnings.
Last week, California Governor Gavin Newsom issued a statement informing residents that “the state is working around the clock with our local partners to deploy life-saving equipment and resources statewide. With more storms on the horizon, we’ll continue to mobilize every available resource to protect Californians.”
It is only a matter of time before Southern California’s rain storms become a political problem
Rather than focusing their energy on informing and helping the people of California, many elected officials across the state are too concerned with linking these natural disasters to the so-called “climate crisis.”
Whenever a serious natural disaster occurs in the Golden State, elected officials immediately jump to this conclusion without skipping a beat.
Many political experts believe that it is only a matter of time before Gavin Newsom and his cronies in Sacramento use these disasters to bolster their radical agenda.
Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.