At least 4 dead after reported tornadoes, flooding sweep through the South

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(Worthy News) - Three reported tornadoes swept through the South overnight, while flooding and other severe weather also wrecked havoc on the region, resulting in at least four deaths.

The tornadoes were reported in Kentucky, Tennessee and Arkansas. Three of the deaths reported so far were reported in Kentucky, while the fourth death occurred in Arkansas. [ Source: ABC News (Read More...) ]

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1 thought on “At least 4 dead after reported tornadoes, flooding sweep through the South”

  1. Isn't Kentucky the US State that just instituted the right to make slaves again? This time via it's Medicaid roles. In a country that mandates all it's citizens and residents have health insurance?

    That's slavery.

    And Kentucky is the First (to re-institute it again).

    My how Father must be proud. (written tongue in cheek).

    Or maybe He's disciplining them?

    Seems as good a reason to let Kentucky "have it" as any I've ever heard.

    They're doing this in the USA folks. Medicaid Slavery.

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