Over one million Texans are still without drinking water nearly 2 weeks after winter storms ripped through the state, freezing wind turbines and crippling the power grid.
Evangelist Dr. Tawanna Worlds went live on Facebook to issue a warning to her flock about what's really going on in Texas.
Dr. Worlds filmed the video on Feb. 20 from a hotel room in Dallas, where residents were still without power or water in one of the wealthiest areas of the state.
Dr. Worlds is described on her website as an "ordained Evangelist & Prophet with a heart to equip you for God's best!"
She warned her viewers that something in the milk isn't clean. "They're trying to kill us out here!"
She wondered aloud why Joe Biden has yet to publicly address the storms in Texas. There are reports that Biden's Depart of Energy (DOE) refused a request to increase electric power and natural gas prior to the storms.
The DOE's excuse for the refusal was that the governor's request conflicted with the "green energy standards" set by Biden's DOE.
Watch Dr. Worlds' video below.
As most Americans emerge from their homes after living in fear of Covid-19, Bill Gates is planning for the next pandemic in three years.
The Microsoft founder -- who does not have a medical degree -- revealed on his podcast his prediction that another pandemic will hit America in three years -- just in time to impact the 2024 presidential elections.
Gates said he believes another pandemic is "inevitable" in an increasingly globalized world in 10-15 years, but "we must assume it could be 3 years from now," he said.
He didn't say if the next pandemic will also originate in a lab in China.
Gates and Dr. Anthony Fauci "predicted" the current Covid-19 pandemic in 2017.
Gates' critics believe Covid-19 was "planned" to affect the 2020 election and to fight climate change by forcing Americans to wear masks permanently (less C02 exhaled into the air) and more employees working from home (less carbon emissions from cars).
Dr. Fauci declared Americans will still wear face masks even if they take the Covid-19 vaccine.
He said the US should tackle climate change with the "same sense of urgency" as the coronavirus pandemic. Gates has said Covid-19 is "awful", but climate change is even worse.
The software developer spent a decade "investigating" climate change, and he believes the long-term effects of Covid-19 on the American way of life will substantially curb climate change by reducing harmful carbon emissions.
He predicts that business travel will permanently fall by over 50% in a post-Covid world and more employees will work from home -- thus decreasing time spent in their cars by at least 30%.
"We will continue to go to the office and we will continue to do business trips, but much less," he said.
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President Donald Trump was not impressed that Time magazine chose 16-year-old high school dropout Greta Thunberg as 2019 person of the year.
Thunberg is a Swedish activist who travels the world by train and boat to campaign against climate change.
Photo: TIME magazine
In a Thursday morning tweet, Trump called Time magazine's choice "ridiculous" and suggested Greta work on her "Anger Management" and make new friends her age.
"Greta must work on her Anger Management problem, then go to a good old fashioned movie with a friend," he wrote.
He added: "Chill Greta, Chill!"
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Trump was referring to Greta's angry outbursts and her habit of speaking to adults in a disrespectful tone. According to her handlers, Greta is "autistic.”
In response to Trump's tweet, Greta, who has 3 million followers, changed her Twitter bio to read:
"A teenager working on her anger management problem. Currently chilling and watching a good old fashioned movie with a friend."
Trump is the 2nd world leader to publicly spank the teenager this week.
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro rebuked Greta after she criticized his country for not protecting indigenous Brazilians in the Amazon.
"It's impressive that the press is giving space to a brat like that," Bolsonaro said.
Former President Obama took the gloves off in his latest attack on President Donald Trump's character. In a veiled shot at Trump, Obama said the current President ignores climate change because he is "shrouded with hate" and has "mommy issues."
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