How Do The Blackout Fires Impact Everyday People? California Rancher Chris Burgard Tells All

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Every year, Southern California gets hit with Santa Anna winds that result in massive rolling fires. The fires burn thousands of acres and force thousands of people to evacuate their homes every year.

Unlike past years, however, 2019’s wildfires were accompanied by sweeping blackouts, and rancher and filmmaker Chris Burgard gave the Daily Caller an exclusive look at how the 1 million Californians impacted by the fires are dealing with such a devastating natural disaster.




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Sheryl Hamlin

All it takes is a bit of vision and a rate increase…

Naomi Fisher

Thank you Chris Burgard! You are so right. This should not be happening! Especially turning electricity off for people with children, livestock and pets, who have to rely on electric power to get water? Thank’s criminal!

Furthermore, Edison should have been maintaining and upgrading. Instead the stockholders and the company made money and did nothing to upgrade.