Sofia Vergara Criticized for Fleeing Hurricane Dorian in Private Jet

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Hurricane and storm surge warnings are well and truly in effect for large areas along Florida’s east coast, as the formidable Hurricane Dorian stampedes its way across the Bahamas and directly into the State’s path.

The hurricane, which has now been labeled as a “Catastrophic Category 5 storm,” has produced the strongest and most deadly wind speeds on modern record, and up to 1.5 million east coast residents could be facing an emergency evacuation in the next couple of days.

While most regular folk are at the mercy of this terrifying natural disaster, the hurricane has incidentally proved just how big the gap between us and them… with news coming to light that Modern Family actress, Sofia Vergara, escaped the commotion by flying away on her private jet.

The press is having a field day, but, eh, I’m sure she’ll be able to fix any damage to her public image by throwing some money at the clean-up, right?

Dorian initially developed from a tropical wave in the Central Atlantic on August twenty-fourth last week. Since then, however, it has grown into an extremely powerful tropical cyclone and is currently causing widespread flooding and destruction to the Bahamas.

But what exactly is a Category 5 hurricane? Well, even our President doesn’t quite know the answer to that. President Trump unbelievably revealed his confusion over the storm, despite 4 of them had threatened the U.S. during his Presidency.  

“We don’t even know what’s coming at us. All we know is it’s possibly the biggest. I have – I’m not sure that I’ve ever even heard of a Category 5. I knew it existed. And I’ve seen some Category 4’s – you don’t even see them that much.” “But a Category 5 is something that – I don’t know that I’ve ever even heard the term other than I know it’s there. That’s the ultimate, and that’s what we have, unfortunately.”

For your information, and the President’s, the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale classifies hurricanes by the intensity of their sustained winds. Category 5 is the highest classification on the scale, and only storms of wind gusts of at least 156 mph can be classed in this category.

Being a Category 5 hurricane, Dorian has gathered up wind gusts of up to 200 mph across the Carribean – more powerful than any other type of hurricane in existence.

The storm first hit Abacos as a Category 2 storm but has gradually moved across the Bahamas, all while being bumped up to Category 4 by The National Hurricane Center in mere days. It has now come to a standstill over Grand Bahama Island, but is expected to move onwards today.

Quite worrying considering our President doesn’t have a clue what it is, don’t you think? Hurricane Dorian is stampeding right toward the path of Florida’s peninsula, and today is the critical day that is likely to determine whether the state is dealt a powerful blow or a less intense scrape.

And it’s arrival is expected somewhere between the Florida Keys and southern Georgia.

“Although it remains uncertain just how close the eye of Dorian will get to the Florida east coast, the threat of damaging winds and life-threatening storm surge remains high,” the National Weather Service office in Melbourne wrote. “There will be considerable impacts and damage to coastal areas, with at least some effects felt inland as well!”

Serious storm effects are likely in coastal Georgia and the Carolinas in the middle and latter half of the week as Dorian picks up speed and heads north.

President Trump on Friday approved an emergency declaration for Florida and “ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, tribal, and local response efforts due to the emergency conditions resulting from Hurricane Dorian,” the White House has said.

Gov. Ron DeSantis has urged residents to “make preparations” for a 7-day power outage after issuing a state of emergency for all sixty-seven counties.

“I think a lot of Floridians are heeding the advice because they see that the storm could be really powerful, potentially a major impact,” DeSantis told Fox News. He also said Florida has millions of gallons of water for distribution and FEMA is prepared to distribute water as well.

And big companies are working hard in order to prepare Flordia for the impact of the storm. “We’re also working with companies like Publix and Walmart to get those shelves restocked because we know that’s important,” DeSantis said. He also said Florida has millions of gallons of water for distribution and FEMA is prepared to distribute water as well.

I don’t think that anyone could accuse Sofia Vegara of being overly sensitive during the Dorian Hurrican disaster. A few days before the expected storm, Vegara posted an image of herself on Instagram. The actress captioned the shot: “Esperando a Dorian”- which translates to “Waiting for Dorian.”

I mean, people are always talking about the weather, right? And isn’t there something always so interesting about the calm before a storm?

Whilst, for Sofia Vergara and her family, the storm might have meant their pre-planned vacationing was looking to be cut short, for many other people, the upcoming storm would threaten to destroy their homes and everything they held dear.

It was the private jet photo that really upset people…

Captioning the Instagram post with a pretty insensitive “Bye bye Dorian,” Sophia posted a snap of her family aboard her private jet escaping the chaos.

I mean, why shouldn’t she fly her family from a danger zone if she has the means to do so?

Why should Sofia Vergara be called out for not donating her private jet to help loads of strangers? And, I mean, do people even want to be evacuated? If their home is in an area of danger, where are they possibly supposed to be evacuated to?

So people could leave if they wanted to…

It’s not as though people are necessarily trapped there…

I mean, I guess, in a way, we’re all to blame, given that these disasters are the effect of global warming – something that is being caused by our high carbon footprints and disrespect towards the natural planet…

The actress posted a picture of the hurricane cloud under a tweet wherein she stated that she was thinking of her friends and family that might be affected by the storm. I mean, what more do you want from her, eh? Maybe she ought to have said that she was thinking about her fans too… oops.

Perhaps Sofia Vergara needs to fire whoever works on her PR team, because they sure are making her look bad on the internet…