We will always honor your legacy and the sacrifice of your families:— Jill Biden (@FLOTUS) August 30, 2021
Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Darin T. Hoover, 31, of Salt Lake City, Utah;
Marine Corps Sgt. Johanny Rosariopichardo, 25, of Lawrence, Massachusetts;
Marine Corps Sgt. Nicole L. Gee, 23, of Sacramento, California; pic.twitter.com/3pNoTJJ97l
In California, fire conditions are so intense that they are once again spawning firenadoes. This is from the Chaparral Fire burning just west of Temecula pic.twitter.com/a1ML4BCg6O— Brian Kahn (@blkahn) August 29, 2021
Remember that time Biden tried to block aid to fire ravaged California because we’re a Blue state but fast-tracked aid to Texas after the hurricane because they voted for him overwhelmingly?— Christopher 🇺🇸 Proud Dem (@cwebbonline) August 29, 2021
Me neither. THAT WAS TRUMP.
📌Biden’s already lined up aid for AL, FL, GA, LA, MS & TX.
♦️ON FIRE…FEEL THE HEAT?♦️— ♦️GALLOPING GAYE♦️ (@GallopingGaye) August 30, 2021
“I Am So Grossed Out By The People Who Lead This Country”
“OUR WARRIORS DESERVE SO MUCH MORE”
Take A Smoldering Listen….TRUTH!
Larry Elder is too extreme for California.— Rogue Citizen One (@RogueCitizenOne) August 30, 2021
Can you imagine a governor wanting to eliminate the Federal Emergency Management Agency in a state suffering through the worst fire season in its history?
EVERYTHING is at stake!#VoteNoOnTheRecall #DemVoice1 #wtpBLUE https://t.co/CR5DLJOuEr pic.twitter.com/Egdd0TNUZQ
There's an absolute traffic nightmare for people evacuating from South Lake Tahoe right now.— Grant Marek (@Grant_Marek) August 30, 2021
Very active wildfires visible via satellite throughout NorCal this evening. #DixieFire & #CaldorFire particularly stand out. Tomorrow may be a serious fire spread day due to W/SW wind event, esp. on #CaldorFire which will start to approach Meyers/South Lake Tahoe. #CAwx #CAfire pic.twitter.com/dYmB5CHs4A— Daniel Swain (@Weather_West) August 30, 2021
CalFire Chief Thom Porter says that, for the second time in California history, a wildfire has crossed the Sierra Nevada. The first was the Dixie Fire last month, and the latest was the Caldor Fire now.— Nick Miller (@NickMiller510) August 30, 2021
"Every canyon will burn in this state. Be ready now," he urges.