Victim of Texas storm to CNN Correspondent: ‘What the fu*k are y’all doing interviewing people now for?’

Texas storm survivor tells off CNN Correspondent during live broadcast

HOUSTON (INTELLIHUB) — A mother who had just been rescued and brought to a shelter after battling Harvey’s vicious floodwaters for several days told CNN correspondent Rosa Flores during a live televised broadcast that the agency should not be interviewing people as they are arriving to safety.

The woman’s tirade started after the correspondent asked the woman to “explain” what it was like to save her children from the four-foot deep rushing waters.

“I was in four feet of water to go get them food on the first day,” the woman explained. “Yeah, that’s a lot of sh*t!”

“But y’all sittin’ here, y’all are trying to interview people at their worst times and it’s not the smartest thing to do,” she said. “Like people are really breaking down and y’all are sittin’ here with cameras and microphones trying to ask us what the fu*k is wrong with us!”

The woman became further agitated when Flores continued to press the issue.

Needless to say, once again, CNN has failed.

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