WATCH: Raging Narcissist Ellen DeGeneres Shares Video of Flood Waters Near Her Montecito, CA Home, Which is Under Mandatory Evacuation
California was hit with another powerful storm this week.
Parts of California are experiencing life-threatening flooding and mudslides after a second ‘bomb cyclone’ hit the state in a matter of a week.
The ‘atmospheric river’ hit Santa Barbara County really hard Monday night and Tuesday.
Santa Barbara’s Montecito is under mandatory evacuation on the five-year anniversary of the deadly mudslides that killed 23 people.
Raging narcissist Ellen DeGeneres shared a video of the flood waters near her Montecito home, which is currently under mandatory evacuation.
Ellen DeGeneres said she was told to shelter in place because unlike the peasants, her home is “on higher ground.”
“We need to be nicer to Mother Nature because Mother Nature is not happy with us. Adults, do our part. Stay safe, everybody,” Ellen DeGeneres said, blaming climate change for the flooding.
BREAKING: Ellen DeGeneres shares an intense clip of raging flood waters near her home in Montecito, California, which is under mandatory evacuation following the recent storm system in the area.#southerncalifornia #flooding pic.twitter.com/WetD81ocD2
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“The death toll from the latest storm rose to at least three on Tuesday after a tree reportedly fell onto two vehicles on Highway 99 near Visalia, California, located southeast of Fresno. Hundreds of thousands remained without power across the state.” the Weather Channel reported.
Dramatic rescues were underway in Montecito as rivers turned into raging waters.
Santa Cruz, Sonoma, Sacramento, Santa Barbara County and Alameda County got hit hard on Monday night into Tuesday.