July 4, 2019
— Daniel Beyer (@danbeyeronfox) July 4, 2019
— Rex Emerson (@Rex_Emerson) July 4, 2019
If California sank into the ocean, we would all be better off than if that didn’t happen.
A 6.4 magnitude earthquake shook parts of Southern California on Thursday, with the earthquake being felt in the Los Angeles area.
The earthquake’s epicenter was 11 miles from Ridgecrest, California, which is just west of the Mojave Desert. The USGS said the earthquake’s epicenter was 90 miles from Bakersfield, California, and 120 miles from Los Angeles.
The USGS warned that a number of aftershocks are likely in the region. The USGS added that there is a 5% chance that an even larger earthquake could hit in the coming hours or days.
The earthquake was reportedly felt all along the Southern California coast. The earthquake was also reportedly felt in Las Vegas.
The Los Angeles Police said that there have been no reports within the city of damage or injuries.
Closer to the epicenter, first responders have been dispatched. Kern County, California’s fire department said it is working nearly 2 dozens incidents ranging from medical assistance to structure fires in and around the city of Ridgecrest, CA.
There have been a few quakes higher than a 7.0, but not that many.
This could be a warning shot.
Strange timing for sure.
Southern California is indeed on a fault line.
The fault is named after the Saint I was named after, San Andreas, and is very popular. He’s got a 4.1 rating on Google.
The California demon people are mocking the divine warning.
— Stuart Thompson (@stuartgthompson) July 4, 2019
— Mariana Chacon (@JJKfocuss) July 4, 2019
It is not a complete fantasy to expect that God might sink these bastards.
Of course, the Jews would claim that it wasn’t God that sank them, and give us their standard answer for everything:
Wait, no. I meant actual Jews, not the black Hebrew Israelites.
The actual Jews’ standard answer for everything is this:
“Oh yes, all of those people you claimed were in open rebellion against your fictitious sky daddy fell off into the ocean, but you don’t understand science, because you’re a backward inbred trailer bigot who believes in the Flying Spaghetti Monster. Earthquakes happen all the time and it’s just a coincidence that the people you said were satanic happened to fall off into the ocean.”
But I think a lot of people would see the thing.
This whole spiel the Jews give, that using science to explain how something happens also explains why something happens, is not a natural thing for humans to believe. By our nature, we believe in God and the invisible spiritual realm where the actual meaning of things is found.