BLAME IT ON GLOBAL WARMING – CLIMATE CHANGE

Governor Moon Beam (Jerry Brown – a legend in his own mind) never misses an opportunity to blame a weather event on Global Climate Change. Neither it be floods, snow, earthquakes, mudslides, illegal immigration and now fires. There is no stock in what he says; like shouting fire in the theater, Moonbeam is blamed every disaster on Global Climate Change. Governor, “you are living in the desert, did anyone forget to tell you that?”

What brings up this diatribe are the fires devastating Northern California. California’s Carr Fire, an 89,194-acre blaze that has killed seven people and twice doubled in size.The Carr Fire burning in Shasta County grew to some 90,000 acres early Sunday, but some residents were being allowed to return home as firefighters continued to battle flames. photo from Mercury News. 

From the    SACRAMENTO BEE Sacramento Bee | Sacbee.com

Cause: Vehicle malfunction on Monday afternoon at Highway 299 and Carr Powerhouse Road in Whiskeytown.  But Governor Moonbeam blames it on Climate Change.

Evacuations: More than 38,000 have been ordered to evacuate from communities on both sides of the Sacramento River. See the complete list of evacuations here.

Damages: 500 homes destroyed, 75 damaged, 4,978 threatened.

Weather outlook: High temperatures of up to 110 degrees are expected Saturday afternoon. At noon, the temperature was recorded as 88 degrees. A red flag warning is effect through Monday morning for the region.

Firefighting resources: 3,410 firefighting personnel, 328 engines, 17 helicopters, 62 bulldozers.

Updates: This is a breaking story, we’re reporting live updates here.

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