A dumpster fire that began last month – when Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) incited The Resistance to mob violence – has now engulfed several thousand square miles south of the Bay Area as Democrat leaders continue to blast the president, White House staff, each other, and America, with flamethrowers full of vitriolic essential oils.
The blaze whipped through mountainous areas of Yolo and Lake counties last week, pushed southward by scorching wind from every orifice of billionaire Tom Steyer, who said a nuclear war might be the only way to stop the President.
Not to be outmanned, DNC Chairman Tom Perez requisitioned a Grumman S-2T airtanker and dropped 1,200 gallons of kerosene onto the blaze by officially adopting a list of fundamental values from Democratic Socialists of America.
“Everywhere we look, our fundamental values are under attack,” Perez said on Independence Day, July 4. “That’s why we’re going to abolish profit, abolish prisons, abolish cash bail, and abolish borders. We stand by families who abandon their children in the desert. We stand on unions and the state-sponsored right to extort money to pay for political speech. We stand for the elimination of Israel. And we stand with women who don’t want children.”
By the morning of July 5, smoke from the inferno obscured much of Alta California.
Then, when nearly 200 black women excoriated Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) for their “failure to protect” Rep. Waters from “unwarranted attacks” by Trump, about 2,000 square miles between Diablo Grande and Mission San Juan Bautista spontaneously combusted.
At this hour, crews of activists are desperately draining California’s last underground aquifers of political good will in an attempt to put out the blaze before November. But it may not be enough as Democrats leading the Resistance sound increasingly like Osama bin Laden when he was interviewed by John Miller of ABC News:
“We believe that the worst thieves in the world today and the worst terrorists are the Americans.”
CalFire officials say the fire is “zero percent contained” and could threaten the entire state.