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California Is Blaming Its Crippled Economy On Climate Change

With mass exodus occurring from California and the state on the verge of going broke, Democrats aren't blaming their decades old misunderstanding of economics - but rather are using climate change as the scapegoat.

California is now turning to wildfires that have made their way through 4.1 million acres in the state to lay blame as to the state's worsening financial state. The fires have cost just $1.1 billion to battle over the last three years, a relatively small sum for such a large state, according to Bloomberg.

But, with the pandemic throwing a true wrench into the gears of the state's economy - and the state's residents leaving at an alarming clip - the state needs to blame its $54 billion hole in its budget on something.

Scott Anderson, Bank of the West’s chief economist, said: “Policy action in the next one to five years would be optimal, and probably sooner rather than later to move the economy in the right direction. Otherwise we’re going to be facing a pretty bleak economic future here in California.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

If the fires were caused by climate change, why are we not seeing such fires in Canada and Mexico?

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