Police in North Carolina on Friday confirmed the first deaths related to Hurricane Florence, which made landfall in South Carolina this morning with 100 MPH Winds, at least ten feet of storm surge and torrential rains.

The Wilmington Police Department said that a mother and infant were killed when a tree fell on their house on Friday. 


Police said the father has also been transferred to an area hospital with injuries.

Hurricane Florence made landfall in North Carolina at 7:15 a.m. EDT on Friday near Wrightsville Beach, N.C., according to the National Hurricane Center.

Cries for Help - From the Stupid

While the deaths above are the first to be reported, there are multiple reports that 911 Call centers are receiving calls for help from "hundreds" of people trapped in damaged, flooding, buildings, crying to be rescued.

These are the same people who were repeatedly told to EVACUATE before the storm hit.

In most jurisdictions, those callers are being told that rescuers CANNOT come out because conditions are too dangerous.

Some of the callers are literally crying they're "going to die" because houses are falling-in on them or waves are knocking down the home they're in.

Hal Turner Commentary

Gee, ain't that just too bad.

Frankly, the gene pool needs to be cleansed of people like them because they're obviously too stupid to continue living.

I mean, let's face it: These are the exact same people who were told for days "This storm is going to be horrible.  There will be high winds that rip the roofs off, storm surge that will knock the house walls down, and torrential rains that will not only flood streets, but may flood homes all the way over the roof. "

And what did these brilliant human beings CHOOSE to do?  They CHOSE to stay anyway.

I say let them die.

They should be told "We told everyone to evacuate, you chose to stay, now suffer the consequences of your decision" and hang up on them.

These smart-asses who thought they knew better than everyone else, are finding out the hard way they didn't know shit.  Typical liberals most likely. (I admit this is a presumption on my part; one borne of long experience with lefties who actually think they know better than the rest of us.  They don't.    I also admit I may be wrong about this presumption.)

And just like other typical left-wingers, now that they've gotten themselves in a deadly mess, they're whining to everyone else to bail them out of the mess they got themselves in. 

Imagine how selfish / self-centered these douche bags are, that not only did they choose to ignore evacuation orders, but now they expect other people to risk their own lives, for the bad decisions the whiners made. (Another trait of liberals, selfish / self-centered.  The world revolves around THEM . . .  the way a child thinks!)

No more.  Let them die.

The more dead liberals, the better off society will be.


The Death toll is now reported at FIVE persons.  Worse, weather experts are now saying that in addition to the two feet of rain already on the ground, another FIFTY-NINE Inches is expected to fall this weekend. 

The flooding will be absolutely Biblical in scope.  Expect MANY more people - who were all told to evacuate, but chose not to  -- to die

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    NOAH · 12:46 09/15/2018
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    Doc · 23:17 09/14/2018
    Beloved, let us love one another, for love is from God, and whoever loves has been born of God and knows God.

    8 Anyone who does not love does not know God, because God is love.

    9 In this the love of God was made manifest among us, that God sent his only Son into the world, so that we might live through him. 10 In this is love, not that we have loved God but that he loved us and sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins. 11 Beloved, if God so loved us, we also ought to love one another. 12 No one has ever seen God; if we love one another, God abides in us and his love is perfected in us.

    13 By this we know that we abide in him and he in us, because he has given us of his Spirit. 14 And we have seen and testify that the Father has sent his Son to be the Savior of the world. 15 Whoever confesses that Jesus is the Son of God, God abides in him, and he in God. 16 So we have come to know and to believe the love that God has for us. God is love, and whoever abides in love abides in God, and God abides in him. 17 By this is love perfected with us, so that we may have confidence for the day of judgment, because as he is so also are we in this world. 18 There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear. For fear has to do with punishment, and whoever fears has not been perfected in love. 19 We love because he first loved us. 20 If anyone says, “I love God,” and hates his brother, he is a liar; for he who does not love his brother whom he has seen cannot[a] love God whom he has not seen. 21 And this commandment we have from him: whoever loves God must also love his brother. - 1 John 4:7-21

    We know that we have passed out of death into life, because we love the brothers. Whoever does not love remains in death. 15 Everyone who hates his brother is a murderer, and you know that no murderer has eternal life abiding in him.

    16 By this we know love, that he laid down his life for us, and we ought to lay down our lives for the brothers. 17 But if anyone has the world's goods and sees his brother in need, yet closes his heart against him, how does God's love abide in him? 18 Little children, let us not love in word or talk but in deed and in truth. -1 John 3:14-18
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    Augustus Gloop · 23:01 09/14/2018
    Too funny, Hal...what a sardonic wit. What Tim posted is true. After Katrina rescue teams would have helped anyone asking for help move to a shelter.
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    Ed Thompson · 22:36 09/14/2018
    Mr Turner I am also a subscriber that cannot get to some of the restricted topics.
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      Hal Turner · 22:39 09/14/2018
      It appears your subscription EXPIRED in July. No Paypal payments. Did you send a check? If so, when? Please respond to Info@HalTurnerRadioShow.com
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    Lucinda Dionysius · 22:02 09/14/2018
    The HUGE planet on the FAA Alaskan weather cams can be seen clearly at this time, 7:30p MT. This is very rare as the area is usually covered in thick chemtrails. I get the feeling the Holy Grail is dissolving these fake clouds (once again) so you can see the truth. The FAA may shut down this cam soon. They have shut them down soon after I reported them in the past. Or they installed a lens to filter it out. Go to avcam.faa.gov. Select site map, select TOK Northwest loop, frames after 1600 hours.
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    MCB · 20:59 09/14/2018
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    JULIE REDMOND · 20:53 09/14/2018
    Mr. Turner, I am a subscriber, although meager, but I cannot reach the restricted topics. Thank you in advance and thank you for your articles that no other news service has the courage like you to cover. May God Bless you & protect you always.
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      Lucinda Dionysius · 21:14 09/14/2018
      Me too, Hal. I WAS able to view them but not today. Thank you.
      Lucinda Dionysius
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        Hal Turner · 22:44 09/14/2018
        There is no user name matching the one you are using to make comments. So I cannot track the subscription. Please email info@HalTurnerRadioShow.com and tell us the email address you used to subscribe. We will then be able to go in and take a look.
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    Paul Revere · 18:29 09/14/2018
    Proverbs 22:3 The prudent sees danger and hides himself, but the simple go on and suffer for it.

    It is wise to stay clear and not risk the lives of the wise for the lives of the foolish. They had ample warning, should they complain about having to lay in the bed they made?
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    Joo know better · 17:47 09/14/2018
    Hal, how are you better than the ones you accuse of being stupid? You obviously know what's about to happen to the Metropolises of this world. How many times have you been told you should get you and your family out of the big city aka Sodom and Gomorrah? So when the S does HTF, will you be like Lot, or will you be like Lot's wife? Instead of being presumptuous which is described as a sin in Psalm 19;13, maybe you should take a lesson from Lot's wife. Maybe you should pull the beam out of your own eye. Take that accusatory finger and point it at yourself.
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      Hal Turner · 23:14 09/14/2018
      One way I'm better is that the Hurricane was TIME DEFINITE. Every single person knew the storm existed, was moving toward the US East Coast and had a "likely" landfall in North Carolina by the end of this week.

      They had radar images, satellite images, computer tracking and all of it was broadcast on TV, radio, cable, satellite, and here in the Internet. It was also published in most newspapers in that region days before the storm arrived.

      So the storm was TIME DEFINITE whereas what you speculate as "happening soon to all the large metropolises" is NOT time definite.

      It is logical. It is PROBABLY going to take place. But when? How will it start?

      Too many unanswered questions for me to take such drastic action NOW.

      I _have_ however, made extensive PLANS in case it DOES start. Those plans include many components, ALL of which I have taken steps to achieve for myself, my wife, and our 24 year old son.

      Right now, if all electric in the country went out, I would still have electric thanks to a 10KW generator with 50 gallons of spare gasoline in storage to run it.

      If my FIoS ground-based Internet went out, I would still have Internet via Cellular. If the Cellular Internet went out, I have ViaSAT satellite backup.

      If all cellular systems went down, I would still have telephone via VoIP or Satellite.

      If all ground based phones and VoIP phones went down, my home and all our cars have two-way radios! 200 watt ALINCO DX-SR8 AM/FM/CW/USB/LSB Shortwave, and a field programmable 25 watt VHF/UHF for use with or without Repeaters.

      My son works 38 miles from home. Using the ALINCO, I can communicate with him the full distance to/from his job. Locally, we can use the ALINCO or the VHF/UHF. At my Bug-out location in rural PA, the folks there have HAM radio too, and we have a pre-arranged frequency through which we can communicate the 156 miles to tell them we're coming, and to talk to them (patchy) during the trip.

      Our food -- all of it (cans, Boxes, Jars) is stored in containers that will allow us to move it all out of the house and into a trailer within a short period of time if we need to "Bug out."

      We have three, 55 gallon barrels of fresh water, treated and properly stored. I have a ramp to load heavy items, like the water barrels, via hand-truck from ground level, into the trailer.

      We have five pounds of powdered Calcium Hypochlorite (Pool shock chlorine) if we run out of water and have to disinfect water we get from elsewhere.

      We have gravity water filters so we can go to a river or stream, -- or the elevator pit in our condo complex which routinely floods with ground water, grab a bucket full and bring it home, filter it, then disinfect it with the chlorine.

      The Bug-out trailer to carry our goods while we bug-out can be pulled by my son's Truck or by the truck I use for snow plowing. Both have trailer hitches. The wife can drive the car if both son and I are in different places or both trucks. Again, all the vehicles have two way radios, so we could all communicate during the trip.

      We have a propane Barbecue grill. I have THREE spare propane tanks - all full, to cook with if we stay home, or to take with us if we bug-out.

      I have two 29,000 BTU portable kerosene heaters which hold 2.1 gallons of fuel each, good for eight hours per tank. I have 30 gallons of Kerosene stored to power them if we stay, or take with us if we bug out.

      We have 90 day reserves of medicines necessary for our health. We rotate those meds regularly so they don't go bad.

      We have a Full scale Medical Trauma kit to treat injuries.

      We have multiple N-100 Filter masks, waterproof goggles and even full Tyvek painter suits if we are attacked with chemical or biological weapons. We even _each_ have a single NATO NBC Gas Mask if things go fully nuts.

      Those are just the essentials of what we have. There are other items which I need not list. You get the idea.

      Whatever the situation, whether we are forced to remain home, or forced to bug-out, we're far more prepared than most other people. THAT is what makes me different from the people I criticized.

      ---- and let me add, it took YEARS of skimping, saving and busting my ass on manual friggin labor jobs to achieve this.

      When I got out of federal prison in 2012 and finally off Supervised Release in 2015, for publishing an EDITORIAL that the Obama Regime didn't like, I was bankrupt, broke, and could not get hired over a Felony Conviction.. I had to start my life over from scratch.

      I remember vividly a talk I had with my wife about possibly going out to dinner one time. She wanted to go, so did I, but we only had one water storage barrel and I wanted to buy a second. Se we skipped a dinner out to buy the $126 water barrel. We made those choices for YEARS to get where we are.

      Preparing like I outlined above, called for sacrifices. Not going drinking with what few friends I have left. Not splurging on junk food. Using coupons at the supermarket - something I never had to do in my entire life! Instead of taking vacations for a week at the Jersey shore like we did for the first fifteen years of our Marriage, we took little day trips once in awhile.

      This wasn't easy to do, but I prioritized. I planned. The people in the hurricane did none of that. They just heard the warnings, did nothing, said nothing and when it all went to shit, they cried for help. THAT's how I'm different.

      Finally, if it weren't for people like Paul Gellar, and Mona in Glendale, CA, who used to broadcast radio shows on my network, and folks like Jim in Arizona, and Jeanne in France, donating money to even get me re-started on radio, I would never have made it back. Those people ___ gave___ me money out of the goodness of their hearts to get me started again and they asked for NOTHING in return.

      Right now, I have a couple hundred subscribers. Not yet enough to fully fund the show. But it's growing. Maybe a year from now, the show will finally be reliably funded. Because I'm busting my ass to fill a void. A truth void in the mass media. A free speech void in mass media. It's a plan. And the ONE DOLLAR A WEEK that I ask folks to kick-in as subscribers, is going to help make this plan work.
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      Carlg340 · 18:10 09/14/2018
      Wow that's so harsh ,Hal does some brilliant work here he's got to be in top 3 sites left on the net .
      I'm just saying
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    Carlg340 · 17:15 09/14/2018
    Hal well said ,why should the Brave selfless men/women of fire ,& rescue ( and the like ) risk there own lives for idiots ,its simply natural selection we are watching

    ( kids not included ,but saying that any parent that made their children sit through this should be arrested on child endangerment charges ,if they live )
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    guest · 16:48 09/14/2018
    Now Hal, ease up a little bit. Granted there are many smart-assed jerks who thought they knew better than everyone else. But I also saw the Cajun Navy bringing out a lot of elderly and disabled people that likely would be on fixed income and not have the money to leave or even a place to go. Unfortunately in order to so the right thing and get out the disabled and low income folks and ones who actually couldn't leave will entail getting the jerks out too. To the jerks that were able to leave and chose to stay, endangering those who will come after them, I would say, "you asked for it, now enjoy it!"
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      Tim · 17:10 09/14/2018
      Rescuers would have evacuated the elderly and disabled to shelters prior to the storm
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    Marcus · 16:45 09/14/2018
    Hal, except for the kids that have ignorant parents making decisions they have no business making when it comes to a situation like this, your raw opinion is exactly what it is - truth without emotion attached. I had a very tough buddy of mine ride out hurricane Andrew, he told me afterwards"Never again would he be that brave vs. stupid"
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    Guest · 16:42 09/14/2018
    Hal, maybe they were stupid but that doesn't mean you should have the attitude you display in your article here. Every life is precious - stupid or not. And why lump the the babies and children in with the adults? Yes you were willing to take the 3 little girls from their stupid mom, but you said nothing about the mother with her infant that were killed already. Were they both stupid. Should we let them both die? And why do you have to demean yourself with such foul language as the s*** word, d***-bag, etc.? And finally, how do you know if they are liberals or not? What bigotry to accuse people of a bad political persuasion when you have literally no idea what they do believe! Your foolish, insensitive, harsh, inflammatory and unjust accusatory language is only giving more fuel to the liberals with which to slam us back. If we conservatives all acted like you then I will not be a bit surprised if truly do see this nation break out in bloody street violence in the very near future. The liberals may start it, but conservatives like you will just egg it on.
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      Tim · 17:28 09/14/2018
      Hal....I see your reasoning completely....why send our first responders in on suicide missions when the idiots gave the warnings the finger.... the First Responders have families too obviously.... jeopardizing First Responders lives now is complete selfishness and irresponsible
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      Hal Turner · 17:05 09/14/2018
      I do not demean myself with what you call foul language. I display passion and emotion with my language.

      Every life starts out as precious. What folks make of their lives determines whether or not they remain precious.

      I admit to presuming they are liberals. I further admit I might be wrong. I base that presumption upon years of experience with liberals - they truly believe they know what's best FOR THE REST OF US. They don't.

      As to your assertion "If we conservatives all acted like you then I will not be a bit surprised if truly do see this nation break out in bloody street violence in the very near future." It is long past time for Conservatives to start talking and acting like me. In my personal view, bloody street violence is, sadly, the only thing that is going to right this nation and I personally perceive (just an observation) such bloody violence is unavoidable.

      Yes, Liberals HAVE started it, but Conservatives will be the ones who finish it.
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        TSAZ · 19:04 09/14/2018
        One thing is unquestionable- the reasons Liberals/Progressives/Leftists have such free reign, run amok of the law unpunished, and have their way in whatever they whine and throw tantrums over are BECAUSE Conservatives have coddled them, tried to reason with them, and enabled them instead of punishing them and putting them back in to their child carriers.

        It's called being pusillanimous.
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    beach · 16:16 09/14/2018
    Aaaaw COLD Hal.......heh heh
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    Get Really · 16:07 09/14/2018
    While I agree that those who CHOSE to stay just because of arrogance got what was coming, how many times have all of us made some dangerous, stupid, life-risking behavior (like maybe drinking and driving-not accusing anyone just saying)?

    The ones I feel bad for are those that for whatever reason couldn't get out, and there are some who will die that will fall into this category.

    Its a touchy and serious subject. I think somewhere in the middle is probably the best attitude, considering we don't know ALL the facts about each of these deaths.
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    OccamsRazor · 16:00 09/14/2018
    It wasn't raining when Noah built the Ark, and people took no note until the Flood swept them all away. It's a shame that some people have to learn the hard way. Some of these people are a lot like Lot's wife, too attached to their 'things'. They would turn back or fail to leave. Afraid of Looters. Angels had to Drag Lot out of the city, and it was a shithole of a city to boot.
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