In the next few weeks after the Mississippi disaster is finally over after the intentional flooding happening in various communities, finger pointing will begin and people will question the wisdom of the U.S. Army's decision to flood various parts of the country along the Mississippi river.
Yes, there will be questions, debates, lawsuits, and rebuilding the economic devastate communities hit by the awful flood. One of the biggest one that will be the subject of a talk that says "WHY DIDN'T YOU LISTEN TO US TO REBUILD THE PROTECTION SYSTEMS FROM THE RIVER?".
If it's not the Texas fires, it's the Tornado that hit many states. If it's not the Tornado, It's the Mississippi River flooding that is hurting more people.
As a result, people have experienced destruction by fire, wind, and water this year in most of the USA. What's next? I don't think I really want to know. People have lost their jobs, their homes, quality of life, food, families, and friends.
While other are not directly impacted by the disasters, everyone is trying to help everyone else. Red Cross and other aid supports are trying to help many people.
The bigger question is: Will these disasters have an impact on the upcoming Spring Elections? Depending on the outcome, both political parties are pretty concerned.
Pray for our nation, my friends. Because, the months ahead do not look good.