After Libs Blame West Coast Fires On Global Warming, Forester Speaks Out
Conservative Tribune, Jared Harris
Global warming is a hot topic in coffee shops all over the West Coast. Fear mongering has reached a fever pitch, with people assuming a 1 degree change in temperature will instantly incinerate them like Sarah Connor in the “Terminator 2” nuke scene.
The rampant wildfires have done nothing to ease their worries, with many jumping to blame the Republican Party for natural disasters in a state that has been voting blue in the Electoral College since before the Soviet Union kicked the bucket.
One man does know the truth, and it all goes back to the Clintons, an owl and some old trees.
In 1994, then-President Bill Clinton introduced a plan that would work twofold to save the majestic spotted owl AND ancient trees: Restricting logging in the old-growth forests. Bob Zybach knew that was a mistake.
A forester by trade, Zybach knew how ecosystems thrive, flourish, die and are reborn. With no human management, any forester knows, Mother Nature will do the pruning herself. Instead of forestry saws and burn lines, nature likes things dramatic.