Oh, brother. This is so predictable, and stupid. Hillary Clinton said in a recent speech at UC Davis:
"It's been a tough couple of weeks with hurricanes and earthquakes and now these terrible fires," she said, according to KXTV in Sacramento.

"So in addition to expressing our sympathy, we need to really come together to try to work to prevent and mitigate, and that starts with acknowledging climate change and the role that it plays in exacerbating such events."
"What Happened"? Reality bites:

PG&E power lines linked to Wine Country fires
As the first reports came in Sunday night of numerous fires that would grow into one of the most destructive wildfire disasters in California history, emergency dispatchers in Sonoma County received multiple calls of power lines falling down and electrical transformers exploding.
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People walk past fallen transformer along Parker Hill Road in Santa Rosa, Calif. on Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017

But it could have been prevented, but thanks to the idiot governor of California, common sense legislation aimed at improving power line and wildfire safety was vetoed:
Wine Country fires: Gov. Brown vetoed 2016 bill aimed at power line, wildfire safety

A year ago, a bipartisan bill aimed at reducing the risk of wildfires from overhead electrical lines went to Gov. Jerry Brown's desk.

It was vetoed.

The author of the measure - passed unanimously by both houses of the Legislature - now says the governor missed out on a chance to tackle one of his state's longstanding vulnerabilities: massive wildfires endangering residential communities. But the governor's office and the California Public Utilities Commission say the bill duplicated efforts already underway among the CPUC, Cal Fire and utilities like PG&E.

Now, as a series of deadly fires rages in Wine Country, serious questions are once again being asked about the safety of overhead electrical wires in a state prone to drought and fierce winds.


In the first 90 minutes Sunday night, firefighters were sent to 10 different spots where problems had been reported with the area's electrical infrastructure. The crews reported seeing sparking lines and transformers.

During that same time period, radio transmissions indicate 28 blazes - both vegetation and structure fires - breaking out, mostly in Sonoma County. Firefighters were sent to eight fallen tree calls, with many reports of blocked roadways.
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I really need to think about getting out of this lunatic state. Note: within 10 minutes of publication, a photograph and video of power line issues in Sonoma County, CA were added.