The day that changed the 2016 Presidential Election. During Hurricane Mathews RAGE across the southeast, Fatalities 603 total, Damage $15.09 billion (2016 USD).
What should have been the BIGEST NEWS ITEM EVER “Department of Homeland Security and the Director of National Intelligence release a statement directly saying that Russia is interfering in the 2016 election, WAS DWARFED. By the Access Hollywood Tape and not an hour later WikiLeaks begins releasing Clinton Campaign Chair John Podesta’s emails.
· October 6, 2016 01:47 PM ET Obama signs Florida emergency declaration to deal with Hurricane Matthew
· October 7, 2016 08:30 AM ET - Matt Drudge Suggests Government May Be Lying About Hurricane Matthew
· October 7, 2016 09:00 AM ET: Department of Homeland Security and the Director of National Intelligence release a statement directly saying that Russia is interfering in the 2016 election
· October 7, 2016 04:00 PM ET Access Hollywood Tape
· October 7, 2016 04:59 PM ET: WikiLeaks begins releasing Clinton Campaign Chair John Podesta’s emails
With all the Trump / Russia active measures nobody noticed the RUSSIAINS attacking us!!! “I think this answer is very simple and it is what no one is really saying in this room. Which is part of the reason active measures have worked in this U.S. election is because the commander-in-chief has used Russian ACTIVE MEASURES at times against his opponents.” (Clint Watts) https://www.c-span.org/video/?426227-1/senate-intelligence-panel-warned-russians-play-sides&start=5666
 In total, the Hurricane Matthew killed 47 people in the US, including 26 in North Carolina, 12 in Florida, 3 in Georgia, 4 in South Carolina, and 2 in Virginia. According to the National Centers for Environmental Information, damage from Matthew across the United States reached approximately $10 billion. This ranked it the costliest national disaster in the country for 2016 alongside record floods in Louisiana.
On October 3, the governors of Florida and North Carolina declared a state of emergency.
On October 6, U.S. President Barack Obama declared a federal state of emergency for Florida, later extending to include Georgia and South Carolina. Florida's governor Rick Scott urged over 1.5 million people to evacuate, with Hurricane Matthew expected to make landfall by the evening of that day. Several news anchors also issued dire warnings urging Floridians to evacuate.