A right-wing publication stated that arsonists caused “many” of the wildfires in Canada in a recent article.
Is climate change responsible for the scourge of wildfires ripping through Canada, causing pollution in the United States?
Not according to the Post Millennial, which claims that “many” of the ongoing wildfires were started by arsonists.
Journalist David Krayden made the explosive claim in a recent article:
A string of reports on RCMP investigations show that police are finding suspected arsonists all over Canada. And just as wildfires occur on a regular basis, so does arson. RCMP charged a 54-year-old woman from Glendon, AB with 32 counts of arson in 2021. She was suspected of being responsible for a raft of wildfires in northeast Alberta.
On Monday, Calgary police say arson was the cause of two brush fires in the city. Police evacuated the area upon discovering the blaze. In April, police arrested a man on ten counts of arson in the Cold Lake area of Alberta. RCMP in May arrested a woman for “intentionally” starting fires in the woods of Sooke, BC. In Grande Prairie, AB, the RCMP are saying blazes in and near the city were deliberately set by one or more arsonists.
Canada’s climate change minister provides no facts to prove that wildfires are mysteriously caused by a change in the weather. He just says it and demands he be believed. Meanwhile, the RCMP continues to investigate arsons, and forest mismanagement is not even addressed as a cause.
Read the full article by David Krayden of the Post Millennial here.
Fact-checkers have disputed these claims, claiming that allegations of “coordinated arson” are fabricated.
While not all of the recent fires in Canada can be attributed to arsonists, at least some of them can be.
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