FLASHBACK - Trump's Right About California's Fires: It Wasn't Climate Change; Two New California Laws Prove It | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


FLASHBACK - Trump's Right About California's Fires: It Wasn't Climate Change; Two New California Laws Prove It

The facts are clear: California’s deadliest year of wildfires has been decades in the making, with overlapping environmental rules, both state and federal, making fuel load reductions in forests and coastal chaparral nearly impossible, while hostility towards commercial timber harvesting has allowed a massive build up in tree density and brush with a concurrent reduction of access roads and firebreaks.

Yet in spite of blaming climate change and attacking President Trump for suggesting bad environmental policies made California’s fires worse, California’s outgoing governor, Jerry Brown, quietly signed two bills to correct the worst of the state’s fire management policy missteps, proving Trump was right all along.

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