September 23, 2023 12:38 pm

Biden addresses Hawaii blaze survivors, mentioning minor fire incident in his house.

Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Pinterest
WhatsApp
Telegram

URGENT: JUST 11 DAYS REMAIN TO HELP SAVE INDEPENDENT MEDIA & ANR, TO ENSURE WE ARE FULLY FUNDED FOR NEXT MONTH,SO LET'S CUT THE BS & GET TO THE POINT - WE WILL BE FORCED LAY OFF STAFF & REDUCE OPERATIONS UNLESS WE ARE FULLY FUNDED WITHIN THE NEXT 2 WEEKS - Sadly, less than 0.5% of readers currently donate or subscribe to us But YOU can easily change that. Imagine the impact we'd make if 3 in 10 readers supported us today. To start with we’d remove this annoying banner as we could fight for a full year...

US President Joe Biden visited the island of Maui in Hawaii to assess the damage caused by the devastating wildfires that recently swept through the area. The fires are said to be the deadliest in over a century, with a confirmed death toll of 115 people and many more still missing. The destruction has been extensive, with thousands of buildings, particularly private homes, being destroyed. The estimated cost to rebuild is over $5 billion.

During his visit, President Biden expressed empathy for the residents of Maui, drawing on his own personal experience of a fire that occurred at his own house in 2004. He shared with the residents of the town of Lahaina, which was heavily affected by the wildfires, that he and his wife, Jill, understood the pain of losing a home. He recounted the incident from 15 years ago, where lightning struck at his home in Washington, causing a fire that could have resulted in the loss of his wife, his 1967 Corvette, and his cat. Biden emphasized that this was not a joke and expressed his sympathy for those who had experienced similar losses.

However, it is worth noting that the fire at Biden’s house in Wilmington, Delaware, in 2004 was classified as “insignificant” by the local fire department. The Associated Press reported that it was a small fire contained to the kitchen and was quickly brought under control within 20 minutes by emergency services.

Source link

Opinion pieces don’t necessarily reflect the position of our news site but of our Opinion writers.

Original Source: Biden addresses Hawaii blaze survivors, mentioning minor fire incident in his house.

Support the ANR from as little as $8 – it only takes a minute. If you can, please consider supporting us with a regular amount each month. Thank you.

Related News

Subscribe for free to our ANR news emails and access 2 free ebooks plus Reports to share with family and friends about Covid fraud and the danger of the vaccines.

Australian National Review is Australia’s first real free and independent press, one with no editorial control by the elite, but a publication that can generate critical thinkers and critical debate and hold those spreading mistruths and deliberate propaganda in mainstream media to account.

News with a difference that will be educational, compelling and create a platform for political and social change in this country and address the real issues facing this country and the world.

Watch Full Documentary

URGENT: JUST 3 DAYS REMAIN TO HELP SAVE INDEPENDENT MEDIA & ANR, SO LET'S CUT THE BS & GET TO THE POINT - WE WILL BE FORCED TO LAY OFF STAFF & REDUCE OPERATIONS UNLESS WE ARE FULLY FUNDED WITHIN THE NEXT 2 WEEKS

Sadly, less than 0.5% of readers currently donate or subscribe to us But YOU can easily change that. Imagine the impact we'd make if 3 in 10 readers supported us today. To start with we’d remove this annoying banner as we could fight for a full year...

Get access to TruthMed- how to save your family and friends that have been vaxx with vaccine detox, & how the Unvaxxed can prevent spike protein infection from the jabbed.

Free with ANR Subscription from $8

Download the Full PDF - THE COVID-19 FRAUD & WAR ON HUMANITY