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While the mainstream and social media focus on what Waters is saying about President Trump, the real tragedy of what is happening in California is being told by the dead.

The Real Story About How California Became ‘The Land of Raging Infernos’


By —— Bio and Archives--November 13, 2018

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Maxine Water’s got it bassackwards in telling President Donald Trump to “keep his mouth shut” on blaming “mismanagement” for California fires leaving death and destruction in their wake.

Waters, whose screech to impeach is more ear-piercing than anyone else’s, was as silent as the dead when it came to protecting California against becoming ‘The Land of Raging Infernos’.

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Waters, whose screech to impeach is more ear-piercing than anyone else’s

Not a peep from Screech when California shut off the water supply to farmers, ranchers and others in what used to be the Golden State.

It happened back in 2009, the year Barack Hussein Obama was inaugurated, that a judge cut water to California farmers all to save what radical environmentalists called an “endangered” fish.

“On the March 28 World News Saturday, ABC gave rare attention to the plight of drought-stricken farmers in California who have been denied access to a major water supply by a judge citing the Endangered Species Act to protect a type of fish. During a story recounting the unusual level of problems facing these farmers – a recession coinciding with drought – correspondent Lisa Fletcher informed viewers: “And for the first time ever, farmers may be completely cut off from one of their sources of water. Farmers don’t have access to this water that runs right through the center of their farmland. It is being allocated to the delta smelt, a little fish protected by the Endangered Species Act.(NewsBusters, March 31, 2009)

“Conservationists say the smelt are dying in the irrigation pumps, so a judge ruled they must be shut off for much of the growing season.”

“Fletcher then told of an almond farmer who is now forced to spend $600,000 digging his own well. Fletcher: “That hits almond farmers, like Shawn Coburn, particularly hard. Ninety percent of the nation’s almonds come from this valley, and almond trees need a lot of water. ... So Coburn is spending $600,000 to dig a new well, and he hopes to buy himself some time.”

“The report ended with a soundbite of Firebaugh, California, city manager Jose Ramirez pleading for more water: “All our people want here is a job. That’s all we want. You let the water flow, food will grow, and jobs will flow after that, and we’re in business.”

See complete transcript of the story here.

Over the next decade, the trees continued to grow, overcrowding each other while ‘environmentalists’ made it all but impossible to cut back on fire-feeding undergrowth.

Water brings fires under control, but in May, 2018 Gov. Jerry Brown imposed a 55 gallons per-person per-day on California citizens, many of which were destined to burn down to ashes in coming fires.

During all, no one in California, where 42 people have already been found dead with 200-plus still missing, heard a cry for help from California Rep. Maxine Waters.

“As the fires continued to rage at both ends of the Golden State the death toll around the incinerated northern town of Paradise rose to 42 on Monday night, making it the deadliest wildfire in the state’s history. Two more dead have perished near Malibu in the south of the state. (BayToday, Nov. 13, 2018)

The latest death toll was announced by the Butte County sheriff  after authorities located the remains of 13 additional victims.

Thousands of firefighters were still searching for bodies among the smouldering ruins, 90 first responders have lost their homes to the latest fire.

“The dead have been found in burned-out cars, in the smoldering ruins of their homes, or next to their vehicles, apparently overcome by smoke and flames before they could jump in behind the wheel and escape. (BayToday)

“In some cases, there were only charred fragments of bone, so small that coroner’s investigators used a wire basket to sift and sort them.” 

 

Meanwhile, it isn’t President Trump who should “keep his mouth shut” but Maxine Waters

While the mainstream and social media focus on what Waters is saying about President Trump, the real tragedy of what is happening in California is being told by the dead.

The catastrophic fires in California are the legacy of California lawmakers having paid 100 percent allegiance to radical environmentalists who, in effect,  turned the taps off in the Golden State.

It is the incredible story of governments and their surrogates, not only aiding and abetting mainstream media-supported ‘Tree Huggers”—but even feeding them.

Julia Butterfly Hill, an activist in Humboldt County, California became known for her 738-day sit (from December 10, 1997 until December 18, 1999) in a 180-foot (55 m), 600-year-old Coast Redwood tree she named Luna. Eventually, Hill and other activists raised $50,000 to spare her tree and a 200-foot (61 m) buffer around it.” (Wikipedia)

Meanwhile, it isn’t President Trump who should “keep his mouth shut” but Maxine Waters who should open hers when people are being burned alive in her own home state.


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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com.

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