At least 11 people have died, according to NPR, from Hurricane Michael’s devastating storm strength.
More than a million people remain without power, and multiple counties in Florida remain under curfews as work crews try to push debris off roads so utility crews can start repairs.
One Panama City, Florida, resident told the broadcaster, “This whole town’s destroyed.”
So what does one environmental activist demand?
More Hurricane Michaels.
“Floridians could go to the polls on November 6 and elect Governor Rick Scott to the Senate, the same Rick Scott who banned state employees from uttering or writing the words ‘climate change.’ Brilliant voters down there,” he said on social media.
“Need more hurricanes to wake them up.”
A report at Climate Depot explained the death wish came from Michael Gravitz, a lobbyist for the Marine Conservation Institute.
Then, the report said, “Penn State Professor Michael Mann, who recently declared, U.N. scientist claims Trump ‘poses the single greatest threat’ to Earth’s climate, retweeted Gravitz call for more hurricanes to hit Florida in order to wake up the voters to vote against the Republican Party,” Marc Morano reported at Climate Depot.
The report noted that have been other times when “climate activists have called for essentially death and destruction in order to achieve political goals.”
It listed headlines of, and links to, stories titled, “PROFESSOR SAYS HURRICANE MICHAEL VICTIMS ARE ‘REAPING’ THEIR DECISION TO ELECT ‘CLIMATE DENIERS’,” and “Hulk Actor Mark Ruffalo issues death wish: Urges ‘Fly Rush Limbaugh to Hurricane Irma!’ – Round up of ‘death wish’ calls.”
Also, “DEATH WISH: Flashback 2009: Nobel-Winning Warmist Economist Thomas Schelling ‘Wished’ for ‘tornadoes’ and ‘a lot of horrid things’ to convince Americans of climate threat!” and “DEATH WISH: Warmist Michael Tomasky admits he’s cheering for more natural disasters to convince people of man-made global warming!”