It's Cuomo's insistence that these "hurricanes or superstorms or tornadoes" didn't exist in New York before climate change or global warming to make a political point that is causing my brain to fall out of my skull. That's patently not true.
— Siraj Hashmi (@SirajAHashmi) November 1, 2019
Sept. 21, 1938 My parents were married 4 days before in NYC. My mom was from New England . . .
IIRC among the 600+ killed were some salesladies who drowned in the basement of a department store in Providence.
We had a place on the Cape (Cape Cod) an I grew up getting blasted by hurricanes in the 1950s.
— are still in the memory banks. Check out the details.
One time it took 14 hours to make a 4-5 hour trip home as the bridges in eastern Connecticut were washed away.
Did Cuomo not grow up in the northeast???
OLD AND BUSTED: “Snowfalls are now just a thing of the past.”