Officials have been inspecting the nation's tallest dam since first light this morning in a desperate effort to stop a devastating 100-foot tsunami from being unleashed, as 200,000 people remain under evacuation orders across California despite water levels dropping over night. Concerned authorities warned in the worst case scenario a complete structural breakdown at the emergency spillway of Oroville Dam would unleash a torrent of water that would engulf Oroville within an hour. The ensuing flood from the 770-foot dam would catastrophically put the city of Oroville and several other low-lying communities along the Feather River under 100ft of water. The potential disaster is the result of massive spikes in water levels as a result of snow and heavy rain after years of drought, and damage to the primary and emergency spillways at the dam. Officials first noticed a massive hole in the dam's spillway last week. The state of California has made the grave mistake of giving billions of dollars to illegal immigrants, that the state of California didn't realize they have failing infrastructure until it was to late. This Oroville Dam scenario unfolding in California is a case of California spending cash on the wrong thing, because if this thing gives nearly one million people lay in it's path in the Sacramento area. Now with this the Governor of California is suddenly begging the Trump administration to help fund emergency funding for this potential disaster, but that asking of funds really is to little to late...Since California's governor didn't ask for help until the problem occurred. Personally I still say California is on it's own, since they have been handing billions of dollars to fund sanctuary cities in the state, and now the state has no cash to fend off potential disasters like the Oroville Dam. All we can do with this is sit back and hope for the best, because it's really the fault of California politics which led to this dangerous killer at the Oroville Dam.