PG&E shuts off power in Northern Calif. to avoid fire hazards


I’ve said it here before many times: you want graze it, log it, or watch it burn. 

Since liberals won’t let it be grazed or logged, they are thrown back 100 years ago before there was electricity commonly available. 

“We want customers to be prepared, make sure they have what they need, if they need medication that needs to be refrigerated, that they be prepared for that, or other types of things,” stated PG&E spokesperson Brandi Merlo ahead of the shut off. “Also make sure you keep in mind your elderly folks…your kids…your pets, and have any needs prepared for them as well.”

The decision to shut off power became a policy after the electric company was held responsible for the 2018 ‘Camp Fire,” which is now the deadliest wildfire in California history due to a malfunction from an almost 100-year-old tower. In early 2019, PG&E filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy after lawsuits against the company held them liable for both the ‘Camp Fire’ and a separate wildfire from 2017.