Liberal California Blames Wildfires on Trump

Homes remain intact overlooking fire-damaged hillsides near the border of Los Angeles and Ventura Counties in West Hills, near Malibu, California on November 11, 2018, as the battle to control the Woolsey Fire continues. - Near Los Angeles, where the 'Woolsey Fire' is threatening mansions and mobile homes alike in …
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President Trump was partly responsible for the California fires because he ‘denies’ climate change. At least that’s what liberal California would have us believe.

The latest alarmist to make political capital out of the fires is California Governor Jerry Brown, who on Sunday – in the wake of celebrities including rocker Neil Young and talk show host Jimmy Kimmel – sought to pin them on climate change.

According to Politico:

Brown called California’s recent battles with massive wildfires “the new abnormal.” He added: “Scientists and the engineers and the firefighters all tell us forest management is one element’’ to control them, but warned governments must address “a whole range of actions” to address a problem he said may cost “billions” of dollars to tackle.

“Managing all the forests everywhere we can does not stop climate change — and those that deny that are definitely contributing to the tragedy,’’ Brown said. “The chickens are coming home to roost. This is real here.” He advised that governments and officials need to be “pulling together in these tragic circumstances and thinking wisely,’’ while being “collaborative.’’

Governor Moonbeam, like many California liberals, has been mightily irked by the president’s claim that the fires were mainly down to the negligence and incompetence of the state’s authorities:

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Trump’s ‘Rhetoric’ Caused All This Violence, New Yorker Editor Explains

President Donald Trump speaks during the "White House State Leadership Day Conference for Alaska, California, and Hawaii," Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
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New Yorker editor David Remnick has weighed in on the debate about who’s really behind the tension and violence racking the U.S. right now…

…aaaand it’s Donald Trump.

Remnick writes:

No one suggests that he is a perpetrator, but pipe bombs as a tool of political intimidation do not arrive unexpectedly.

Yes, that’s right, David. “No one” is suggesting that the president was personally responsible for creating all those “pipe bombs”  for the simple reason that anyone who did suggest such a thing would rightly be classed as insane.

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‘Who Drew It?’ Trump Queries IPCC’s $38.4 Trillion Ransom Note

<> on February 16, 2017 in Washington, DC.
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At the beginning of the week, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) presented the world with a $38.4 trillion ransom note: pay us da money or Gaia gets it.

President Trump’s response: “Who drew it?”

That is, “Why should I trust these people?”

Trump is a businessman. Businessmen do not hand over sums like $38.4 trillion without doing a bit of due diligence first. (That sum, by the way, is how much the IPCC insists the world must spend – $2.4 trillion per year over the next 16 years – if we are to avoid catastrophic climate change. It’s the equivalent of the half the global economy.) And as it turns out he is more than right to be suspicious.

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