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14 dead as 'destructive' tornado, storms batter Mississippi, officials say

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At least 14 people died as a "destructive" tornado and strong thunderstorms swept across Mississippi late Friday, leaving a trail of damage for more than 100 miles, local and federal authorities said. Search and rescue operations were underway in Sharkey and Humphreys counties, Mississippi's Emergency Management Agency said late Friday. The agency issued a series of tornado warnings in counties throughout the state. "Many in the MS Delta need your prayer and God's protection tonight," Gov. Tate Reeves said on Twitter. "We have activated medical support -- surging more ambulances and other emergency assets for those affected. Search and rescue is active.


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Given this disaster came at the worst possible time of day for U.S., I would have chosen a different title: “From out of the darkness, there came a deadly wind …. “


I know some here will not grasp the importance of the timing, but others know why this date matters. While it’s also fair to argue “random,” I can’t agree this time.

This time, it’s a warning; of a different kind of “death and destruction,” waiting on the horizon.

Unless we turn around, there won’t be a United States of Anything.

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