Obama Causes Tornadoes

It appears that President Barack Obama is having a severe meteorological effect on the nation, according to Laurie Cardoza-Moore, president of Proclaiming Justice to the Nations (PJTN). Cardoza-Moore has warned that, after Obama’s speech in support of the Palestinian border claims, tornadoes ravaged the United States and weather patterns changed. A coincidence? Not in Cardoza-Moore’ world.

Here is the heart of it:

“President Obama is bringing us down. If you look at what happened after Obama made that speech, look at the weather patterns that we had. Day after day, horrific tornadoes [came] blazing across this country [and] hundreds of people [lost] their lives.”

Wow, I wonder what George W. Bush did to cause Katrina. Hurricanes spin off tornadoes.

Of course, some research still has to be done. It is not clear, according to some leaders, whether the weather is due to abortion or Obama.

Here is Cardoza-Moore’s own bio:

Businesswoman, wife, mother of five, founder and President of Proclaiming Justice To the Nations, Laurie Cardoza Moore is a leader who successfully stewards masses toward her intended outcomes. An accomplished veteran of the many facets of ‘media’ Laurie has been part of over 500 film and video productions as on-screen talent and producer.

With over twenty years experience in private enterprise, grassroots mobilization and community leadership, Laurie is an accomplished advocate who has represented issues related to families, women, children, faith and country. Based in Nashville, Tennessee, Laurie’s career faced a turning point on 9/11 when she decided to focus her media and lobbying expertise on American security and Israel.

By 2002 Laurie was recognized as the ‘force of nature’ that secured passage of HJR 960, a Resolution to support the State of Israel in the Tennessee General Assembly. In 2003, Laurie was also responsible for bringing Israeli Dignitaries to Nashville to educate the Nashville Community of the plight of Israel’s struggle to exist under the constant threat of terrorism.

Laurie has active ties to the Christian and Jewish communities, and has exceptional experience in building Jewish-Christian religious and political coalitions in support of Israel. In 2004 Laurie was awarded the “Friend of Israel Award” by The Center For Jewish Awareness and the “Goodwill Ambassador to Israel Award” by Israel’s Consul General in Atlanta as she continued to work actively building relationships with decision makers across America.

In order to harness the momentum of Laurie’s outreach on behalf of Israel, in 2005, Laurie established Proclaiming Justice to the Nations, Inc. (PJTN.) PJTN’s mission is to increase awareness and action by educating Christians about their Biblical responsibility to stand with their Jewish brethren and the State of Israel.

In 2006, Laurie co-produced ‘Lest We Forget’, a documentary short that was a featured selection at the Liberty Film Festival in Los Angeles. The film focuses on the history of Islamofacism and the war that the US and Israel wage against it today. In 2007, Laurie co-produced the music video, ‘The Forgotten People’, which screened at the 11th Annual Hollywood Film Festival. It is a cry from the grave as six million Jews remind us to never forget the horrors of the holocaust and warn of the new one on the horizon. In 2007, Laurie produced PJTN’s first feature-length documentary that traces the roots of anti-Semitism and rise of a “new” anti-Semitism that is a coalition of the far right, the left, and radical Islam. These PJTN film productions serve as Laurie’s primary ‘engagement’ tools when she meets with decision makers at congregations and community events.

Yet the best is yet to come with Laurie’s rising star. Her leadership and media expertise converge to create the most potent opportunity ever in the Christian world on behalf of Israel; Laurie secured PJTN as host of the National Religious Broadcasters Convention ‘Prayer Dinner for Israel’ until 2016. This convention is the single most important meeting reaching over 6,000 global Christian Broadcasters every year. Laurie and PJTN have the capacity to reach more ‘multipliers’ on behalf of Israel than any existing pro-Israel initiative (including the Israeli government.)

Source: One News Now

30 thoughts on “Obama Causes Tornadoes”

  1. Laurie’s bio is a bit much to get on a T-shirt.
    How about “I love pizza”?

  2. There is growing evidence that the nation is going nuts, in the sense of public discourse of the Cardoza-Moore type.

    This phenomenon was aptly described by an infamous buffoon as:

    We’re an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality. And while you’re studying that reality — judiciously, as you will — we’ll act again, creating other new realities, which you can study too, and that’s how things will sort out. We’re history’s actors . . . and you, all of you, will be left to just study what we do.”

    (Karl Christian Rove). The sheer volume of mad public discourse is what I am talking about.

    Contrast that with some things happening elsewhere and one has to wonder seriously about our national sanity.

  3. “Laurie is an accomplished advocate”

    Of stupidity? The tornadoes could be looked at as doing Obama a favor since they happened in Red States. Perhaps to use her logic that was God’s way of showing God supports the President, by smiting his enemies.

    As a Jew and supporter of Israel, one of the things I’m most wary of is Christians bearing gifts. Those of this woman’s ilk all support Israel because they’re trying to bring on the rapture, not out of love for my people. Too many American Jewish groups can’t seem to get that and so enable these fools, who in “Their End Times” seek only our destruction.

  4. Correct that Obama is helping to contribute to the large numbers and intense tornadoes by ignoring global warming and doing everything in his power to help out the very energy companies who pollute our environment leading to increased climate change/violent storms.

    A top official at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) rejected claims by environmental activists that the outbreak of tornadoes ravaging the American South is related to climate change brought on by global warming.

    Greg Carbin, the warning coordination meteorologist at NOAA’s Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma, said warming trends do create more of the fuel that tornadoes require, such as moisture, but that they also deprive tornadoes of another essential ingredient: wind shear.

    “We know we have a warming going on,” Carbin told Fox News in an interview Thursday, but added: “There really is no scientific consensus or connection [between global warming and tornadic activity]….Jumping from a large-scale event like global warming to relatively small-scale events like tornadoes is a huge leap across a variety of scales.”

    Asked if climate change should be “acquitted” in a jury trial where it stood charged with responsibility for tornadoes, Carbin replied: “I would say that is the right verdict, yes.” Because there is no direct connection as yet established between the two? “That’s correct,” Carbin replied.

    Formerly the lead forecaster for NOAA’s Storm Prediction Center, Carbin is a member of numerous relevant professional societies, including the National Weather Association, the American Meteorological Society, the Union of Concerned Scientists, and the International Association of Emergency Managers. He has also served on the peer review committee for the evaluation of scientific papers submitted to publications like National Weather Digest and Weather and Forecasting.

    This evaluation by a top NOAA official contradicted pronouncements by some leading global warming activists, who were swift to link this season’s carnage to man-made climate change.

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2011/04/28/noaa-scientist-rejects-global-warming-link-tornadoes/#ixzz1PGMsx2z0

  5. She’s wrong and right (sort of) on this one. Wrong that Obama gives a shit about Palestinians. Correct that Obama is helping to contribute to the large numbers and intense tornadoes by ignoring global warming and doing everything in his power to help out the very energy companies who pollute our environment leading to increased climate change/violent storms.

  6. Bush did cause a depression of sorts, so perhaps that explains Katrina.

  7. Didn’t the tornadoes mostly strike red states? Maybe God is actually endorsing Obama’s speech, and warning the doubters to get in line before the next election.

  8. No Mike,

    You are a Doubting Thomas…..

    I wonder if the Opry House would have been burnt if the towns folks had realized it was owned by Jewish folks….

  9. Ms. Cardoza-Moore gave a fiery anti-Muslim speech at a rally in Murfreesboro, Tennessee this past fall protesting the construction of a mosque. You may recall that the construction site was attacked by an arsonist shortly thereafter. My gut instinct tells me that her speech bore a stronger causal relation to the arson than Pres. Obama’s speech bore to tornados. But then, I’m not a meteorologist.

  10. Not bad from a name that can be associated with probably one of the most influential and controversial justices ever to make it to the US Sct….Although appointed by Hoover (apparently a role model for Bush)…. he was, a Portuguese Jew….I think the term is Sephardi…

  11. So let me get this straight. There are mountains of evidence that we are altering the global climate in ways that will increase the power of the weather. This evidence has been collected over years by qualified scientists trained to observe and record climate data, using records that go back centuries. This information is to be ignored as unreliable or not verified.

    But President Obama gives a speech that of wingnut does not like and some time later there are massive storms is proof positive that God hates Obama. QED

    I am afraid Tootie may be the only person here crazy enough to explain this. But I don’t know if I can afford the $5 payments to Planned Parenthood required to compensate for its ‘lecture’ on the subject.

  12. Mespo,your’e reading my mind this morning,If the President,can cause Tornadoes,Bachman can cause “Soylent Green”

    “Soylent Green is a 1973 American science fiction film directed by Richard Fleischer. Starring Charlton Heston, the film overlays the police procedural and science fiction genres as it depicts the investigation into the brutal murder of a wealthy businessman in a******* dystopian future suffering from pollution, overpopulation, depleted resources, poverty, dying oceans and a hot climate due to the greenhouse effect*******. Much of the population survives on processed food rations, including “soylent green”.


    “Bachmann: Elect me and I’ll kill the EPA
    Rep. Michele Bachmann officially entered the Republican presidential race on Monday night by promising to eliminate a major federal agency established under Republican President Richard Nixon.

    Bachmann told the New Hampshire GOP candidates’ debate that she would eradicate the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, calling it “a job killing federal agency.”

    The EPA came into being during the Nixon administration — William Ruckelshaus was its first administration — and raised to Cabinet status under the first President Bush. Former New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman served as EPA administrator during the second Bush presidency.

    Bachmann announced that she has filed papers to enter the race, although she will make a formal announcement in her birthplace of Waterloo, Iowa.”


  13. “Bachmann stole the show at the debate last night.”


    Agreed. She’s the most dangerous of fools — the sparkly kind.

  14. Michele Bachmann probably agrees with her. Bachmann stole the show at the debate last night.

  15. Chrisianity used to give us Augustine, Mendel, and Descartes and now we get Cardoza Moore. Need we further proof that this social movement has gone to seed.

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