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Ali Velshi should stick to financial reporting because last night in Atlantic City in the heart of the storm he showed how little common sense he had.  He stood in the middle of a street (about 6 lanes) with the wind whipping him around and being blown into oncoming traffic.  His comment:

"We've done this before, and we know how to keep safe," he said about an hour later, adding that he wanted to show people how dangerous the situation was.
The Mayor of Atlantic City, Lorenzo Langford, told Velshi to get off the streets, saying that "self-preservation" was important.

This is the height of stupidity especially when they were warning people to evacuate and especially stay off the streets and then this fool goes out to play in the traffic.  

Yes, that is Velshi standing in the middle of the road under the red light.  Watch as he gets blown repeatedly into the oncoming traffic.











I did not transcribe this video because, well, you can just watch and see the stupidity of a reporter standing in the middle of a 6 lane street, being blown out in front of oncoming traffic and then making light of it.

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