Rationing water and TAXES

J.C. Boyle Dam on the Klamath River
J.C. Boyle Dam on the Klamath River

February 11, 2021 By Stephen Frank

California tax dollars are being used to demolish dams in Oregon.  By doing this, we lose hydro-electric power and a source of water.  The goal is to limit, ration, and your use of water— and to make the water you use very expensive.  Newsom has NO plans to replace the lost water or energy—his intentions are clear—to make California too expensive for the middle class.

“by the Murphy and Buchal Law firm on behalf of the Siskiyou County Water Users Association.

It claims the interstate agreement reached by Oregon and California last year to remove the dams has incurred “irreparable damage” to lakefront home values in the COPCO Lake area as water levels are feared to decline.

The motion names as defendants the nonprofit tasked with overseeing the dams’ removal, the Klamath River Renewal Project, and the dams’ prior owner, energy giant PacifiCorp.

In the motion, the association alleges the states’ agreement with PacifiCorp to assume management of the dams was unscientific and tailored for unspecified “special interest groups” and purely political.

And it also lowers property values—and some could lose their homes over this.  Newsom hates prosperity and freedom.  He is so rich he can afford to be a socialist—are you rich enough?

Read the rest at: capoliticalreview.com

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