A good American showed his true colors this past weekend after the devastating tornadoes in Kentucky.
Mayfield, Kentucky was destroyed last weekend by a horrible tornado.
I spent 3 years working in this beautiful little Kentucky town. #MayfieldTornado this hurts every part of my soul. Prayers for you Mayfield friends. We’re thinking of you today. pic.twitter.com/ZZBwJIfRbS
— Wes Spencer (@wes_spencer) December 11, 2021
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But the devastation didn’t stop this man from offering food and water to the people without electricity and homes.
Jim wore a smile the whole morning, we laugh when I asked if he had a restaurant. He shook his head, “it just needed to be done,” he said. pic.twitter.com/tpZ1LMvdOA
— Victor Ordoñez (@TheOrdonezTimes) December 13, 2021
Here was the scene before Jim Finch arrived.
This was the scene right before Jim Finch, the man in the video, set up his grill. There was later Church service in that parking lot across from him. pic.twitter.com/RQBvb2y1Ao
— Victor Ordoñez (@TheOrdonezTimes) December 12, 2021
Shannon Bream from FOX News reported on this very good American.
BRAVO This man is the very best of our great country! https://t.co/Y4fC44yk1e
— Shannon Bream (@ShannonBream) December 13, 2021
Gordan Chang noted that Americans don’t need to be told what to do. They just do it.
#Americans pitch in and help those in need. They don’t have to be told what to do. #MayfieldTornado https://t.co/F9bOBAssvB
— Gordon G. Chang (@GordonGChang) December 14, 2021
God bless Mr. Finch and the people of Kentucky.