Louisiana

Delingpole: Hurricane Ida Was by No Means Louisiana’s Worst

Over 200 people died in the terrible hurricane that made landfall on the Louisiana coastline. But that was 165 years ago during the Last Island hurricane of 1856. Its modern day successor Hurricane Ida has not proved nearly so deadly despite the MSM’s effort to shoehorn it into its ‘storms are getting worse and it’s all our fault’ narrative.

Hurricane flags at the Southern Yacht Club are whipped in the wind on Lake Pontchartrain as the effects of Hurricane Ida begin to be felt in New Orleans on Sunday, Aug. 29, 2021. Nolaidasun03