Texans Forced To Use Whataburger App To Track Power Outages

Texans Forced To Use Whataburger App To Track Power Outages

Did Ted Cruz invest in this app?

Gizmodo has the story.
One Houston-area man is using the Whataburger app to check power outages around him following the landfall of Hurricane Beryl in Texas. The Whataburger app works as a power outage tracker, handy since the electric company doesn’t show a map,” BBQ Bryan said in a post on X. “Still nearly 1.9 million power outages.”

According to PowerOutage.us—an independent website that tracks outage maps across the U.S.—more than 2 million Texans are still without power. Beryl hit the Gulf Coast at around 4 a.m. on Tuesday as a category 1 hurricane. The 65 mph winds knocked down power lines and felled trees. At least eight people are dead and millions are without power.

No power during storms , heatwaves, and cold freezes.

Yeah, gotta love the Longhorn state.

5 million Texans are currently without power.

Good thing Ted Cruz had time to record 5 podcasts in the last 7 days alone. pic.twitter.com/LAUWIPbbdQ

— Sawyer Hackett (@SawyerHackett) July 8, 2024

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