Of Course: Deadly Arizona fire blamed on global warming, because there weren’t large fires before industrialization

This is as predictable as the sun coming up in the east and then blaming the heat on fossil fuel emissions.

Nineteen brave firefighters were killed battling the blaze, and using that to help make Al Gore richer is not an honorable way to memorialize them.

The fire was reportedly caused by dry conditions sparked by lightning, both of which did exist before industrialization the last time I checked.

Author: Doug Powers

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