On its newest cover, controversial French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo appears to mock Texans, depicting them as neo-Nazis who deserved the devastating impact of Hurricane-turned-Tropical Storm Harvey.

The magazine’s cover reads “God Exists! He Drowned All the Neo-Nazis of Texas.” The words accompany an illustration showing swastika flags and arms raised in a Nazi salute, all submerged in water.

More than 30 people were killed and tens of thousands remain homeless following the storm of historic proportions.

The left-wing magazine is known for running provocative covers that show world leaders and religious figures in controversial situations.

Its caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed and Islam prompted a pair of terrorists to charge the magazine’s Paris offices in January 2012.

Twelve people were killed in the ensuing melee, which prompted an international show of support for the publication.

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Tiana Lowe @TianaTheFirst

An evil, despicable cover. Also, the losers at Charlie Hebdo have a God-given right to publish it, & no one has the right to shoot them

6:01 PM - Aug 30, 2017 · Los Angeles, CA

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