A lot of finger-pointing is taking place amid Virginia state officials, placing blame for lack of preparedness that led to drivers being stuck in the snow in their cars for up to 24 hours on Interstate 95.
Among them was Virginia Democrat Sen. Tim Kaine, one of the major advocates for Virginians joining in the fight to prevent global warming. So congratulations: that worked.
The real heroes of this story were not, of course, the politicians who failed to do their jobs, but the law enforcement officers, nearby residents and fellow drivers, who braved the cold and snow to help strangers and each other. They used cell phones or trudged through the snow to find out who needed food, water, blankets, diapers and other necessities. Note to all the people badmouthing America as nothing but a bunch of selfish, racist identity groups: This is what America is really all about.
Incidentally, one politician who is definitely not to blame for this is the one that some liberals were blaming: Republican Glenn Youngkin, who doesn’t take office as Governor until a week from this Saturday.
Good point at the linked article: isn’t it funny how quickly liberals deleted their tweets blaming Youngkin after realizing their mistake but didn’t replace them with tweets blaming Democrat Gov. Ralph Northam, who was actually in charge? I’d call that a “snow job.”