Gavin Newsom scapegoats fossil fuels to cover his own failures – IOTW Report

Gavin Newsom scapegoats fossil fuels to cover his own failures


California recently joined other states in suing oil companies for purportedly misleading the public about alleged risks from fossil-fuel-driven climate change, extreme weather and other dangers.

“Big Oil has been lying to us,” Governor Gavin Newsom asserted, “covering up” facts about “wildfires wiping out entire communities, toxic smoke clogging our air [and] deadly heat waves.”

This stuff belongs on Saturday Night Live. The references to “wildfires” has been debunked as, globally, wildfires have been declining. U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reports America is currently is undergoing its longest period in recorded history with less than 40 percent of the country experiencing “very dry” conditions.  Analysts have likewise eviscerated the false hype about hurricanes and the endless, ridiculous attempts to link every calamity to “manmade climate change.”

No, what Newsom is doing has little to do with addressing an abbreviation labeled “CO2.” It’s more like “CYA”.  Sadly, it’s become the first and last resort for slick politicians who want to avoid accountability for their incompetence and abysmal failures to protect their constituents from natural disasters. Governor Newsom is a consummate practitioner of misdirection and deception. more here

4 Comments on Gavin Newsom scapegoats fossil fuels to cover his own failures

  1. Go for it Newsom, go for it. Because you opened Pandora’s box the oil companies will now have to raise their prices, just in case. They’ll raise their prices again after liberal California courts agree with you. Because of you everything in California is going to cost more, sending California jobs to other states. So you go ahead and sue the oil companies, dumb ass. What a fool.

  2. The oil companies should move out of CA and then stop selling their products there. Claim that the threat of litigation is too high. Maybe having to go Mad Max to find gasoline would teach the residents.


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