Severe Storms, Power Outages Lead to Food Crisis in West Virginia
Thanks to the GOP’s anti-climate-science, pro-Ayn-Rand billionaire bankrollers, expect this horrible scenario to exponentially grow in the next decade or two:
Food has spoiled, grocery shelves are empty and pantries are running low in West Virginia following widespread power outages.
People across the U.S. have turned to shelters in the wake of the disaster.
Ylonda Wilcox, legally blind and on food stamps, says her family of eight struggled to find food after a tree fell on her house.
Twenty-three year old Bleu tells an even more desperate story.
She had to go four days without food and water in the sweltering heat.
She describes the experience as “very hard.”
State officials say that nearly every county in West Virginia is dealing with food shortages
Obviously, the best way to deal with this is by gutting social programs, blocking infrastructure spending, and forbidding the use of climate science in future planning.