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A Fox News anchor made a string of bizarre, ominous comments during his coverage of Hurricane Matthew as Florida braced for the big storm.
Presenter Shepard Smith strongly urged Florida residents to evacuate before disaster strikes because, "This storm will kill you. It will kill your children. It will kill your pets, and everyone else who wants to mess with it unless you get lucky," he said.
He goes on to say thousands of Americans are "moronic" and risking death by staying in their homes adding, "We will not cover your funerals and we will not feel sorry for you."
He continues, "This moves 20 miles to the west, and you and everyone you know are dead - all of you - because you can't survive it. It's not possible, unless you're very, very lucky – and your kids die too."
So what is going on with this Fox News anchor guy?
Meh. He was just trying to convey how dangerous it could be. A lot of people who have been through a hurricane before think it's no big deal, and they can go through another one, which is stupid.
The governor already said if you want to stay that's fine, but don't expect first responders to risk their lives when you get in trouble.