Skip to comments.PG&E power outage begins 2nd night
Posted on 10/09/2019 7:31:30 PM PDT by jcon40
Pacific Gas & Electric Co. shut down power to 500,000 homes and business an estimated 2-million-plus Northern California residents creating the largest blackout in state history. The move, designed as a massive defensive tactic to avoid wildfires amid high winds, created confusion, consternation and angry responses from both the public and public officials.
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Liberal-run states are very dark, dark places. Literally.
CA did this to themselves.
They’re taking a shortcut on their pilgrimage to Venezuela.
But how will the Tesla drivers get around and show everyone how environmental conscious they are???
California does things like this, relating to drought, to air quality and now potential fire, to show the power of the state.
Practice for California preppers ?
California is not going to get better.
It’s going to get worse.
Leftists are preparing us for third world living.
Just like NORK.
Most of calis fires start deliberately by people (firebugs or idiots), this will not stop that.
Can’t be too careful.
Wouldn’t want to be blamed and fined for any more wildfires now, would we?
Carbon credits by nigh
Many new preppers being created. Will they stop voting marx-o-crat?
“Leftists are preparing us for third world living.”
Remember when California voters recalled Gov. Gray Davis over electricity issues (supply and costs)? That was when Arnie first became governer.
That’s not the real reason. They probably don’t have enough power.
Well, at least the value of my property in Idaho is increasung. Thanks, California!
Maybe they can break out their stash of scented aroma therapy candles to help them make it through the night.
“But power cannot be restored until 45 helicopters and 6,000 ground crews inspect every inch of the shut power lines to make sure they are in working order and not damaged.
Those inspections and repairs will take days, officials said. The power may be out in some areas for as many as five days after the winds die down. Utility officials said they will attempt to restore power on a priority basis, but have not said what priority determinations they plan to make.”
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