Skip to comments.Tempers flare as millions in California endure power outages from PG&E
Posted on 10/10/2019 6:54:32 AM PDT by C19fan
Classes were canceled. Frozen foods melted. Hospitals switched to emergency generators. Blooms withered in florists coolers. Unused food was jettisoned at shuttered restaurants. Lines formed at gas stations. Cellphones faded out. Thats what happened Wednesday when the states largest utility shut off power to millions of Californians in a drastic attempt to avoid the killer wildfires that have charred hundreds of thousands of acres, caused billions of dollars in damage and spurred cries for widespread change in how electricity is delivered over the states aging grid.
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Hahaha hahahaha hahaha. ..sorry...can’t help it.
Venezuela in California. Socialism at work.
Praying for the physical darkness to lead people to the light. The spiritual AND political light. The Democrats who run this state must be replaced.
This is a beautiful dilemma for them.
Yep, their choice of leader, their result.
Funny they’re ALL blaming the power company! How many Marxists in Sacramento does it take to run a power grid?!
Heck, I’m surprised the liberals even allow PG&E to ever turn the electricity back on.
Proper Forest Management will help. Probably to late.
Are not some of these wildfires the result of poor forest management practices stemming from political forces aligned with environmental organizations?
President Trump Definitely needs to go to the Peoples Republic of Californicate and turn this State around!
The new Venezuela..
Look at bright side Californians, you are cutting carbon emissions.
Let’s try and remember we have FRiends that live in Cali. It’s not funny for them.
I am getting a real jolt of schadenfreude from this.
How many Marxists in Sacramento does it take to run a power grid?!
Not to worry. Higher taxes and bigger government will fix the problem. /sarc
teeeheheheheheee he agree
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“You voted for this Californians, so suck it up.”
Or leave. It’s almost like California’s leaders are trying to get people to leave the state.
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