WATCH: Was The Maui Wildfire Part Of An Engineered Collapse?


The current leadership in Hawaii has been accused of being less than helpful in the wake of the worst wildfire in modern U.S. history. …

Delayed aid, a lack of relief supplies, and politicized explanations for the start of the fire all have the American people pointing fingers at incompetent authorities. …

We currently do not have enough information to come to a determination or to figure out what started the wildfires, but recent comments made by Hawaii Governor Josh Green are not helping. …

Green recently told the media that “I’m already thinking about ways for the state to acquire the land.” …

He then went on to tell reporters that the land would potentially be used to house workers and as a site for a memorial.

This has set the internet ablaze with speculation as to whether the wildfire was all that wild. … Could the most devastating wildfire in modern U.S. history have been deliberately started?

Others presented more evidence and irregularities they felt were indicative of intentional arson or controlled demolition.

The Post Millennial presented Governor Green’s full statement:

“I’m already thinking of ways for the state to acquire that land so that we can put it into workforce housing, to put it back into families, or make it open spaces in perpetuity as a memorial to the people who were lost.”

“We want this to be something we remember after the pain passes as a magic place. Lahaina will rebuild. The tragedy right now is the loss of life.

The buildings can be rebuilt over time, even the banyan tree may survive, but we don’t want this to become a clear space where then people from overseas just come and decide they’re gonna take it. The state will take it and preserve it first.”

Journalist Kyle Becker quoted Hawaiian Governor Josh Green and presented his news outlet’s take on the current situation unfolding in Hawaii.

The Gateway Pundit opened up their piece on Governor Green’s comments with this headline: “How Convenient: Hawaii Governor Reveals State Plans “to Acquire Land” Ravaged by Wildfires.”

According to Newsweek, Governor Green also issued this warning:

“I’ve reached out to the Attorney General to explore options to do a moratorium on any sales of properties that have been damaged or destroyed,” Green said in a press release.

“Moreover, I would caution people that it’s going to be a very long time, before any growth, or housing can be built.

And so, you would be pretty poorly informed if you try to steal land from our people and then build here.”


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