CEO of California’s PG&E says people who lost refrigerators full of food should visit “food banks,” and thank him for “not burning down any houses”

Friday, November 8, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: JD Heyes
Friday, November 08, 2019

There is ‘out of touch’ and there is outright tone-deafness, and the head of a large California power company just set the new standard for the latter.

You may have heard that California energy company PG&E has been engaging in rolling blackouts for several weeks after the producer was blamed for several large, deadly wildfires over the past few years.

The blackouts, which can last several hours a day and affect hundreds of thousands of Californians (though none in the far-Left-leaning cities where Democrats are trying to protect their voting supermajorities), have left residents impacted by them with a quandry: How to not only get by in a modern era without electricity, but how to preserve food perishables.

Well, PG&E President and CEO Bill Johnson has a solution for you: Food banks.

Not even kidding.

As reported by The Organic Prepper, Johnson was asked during an interview with a local ABC News affilate, “What do you say to people who just can’t afford to restock their fridges and are losing all this food they’ve had in their households after these shut-offs?”

To which Johnson replied:

“These events can be hard on people, really hard on people, particularly people who have struggles anyways and there are community-based things you can do, food banks, these kind of things. But for us, you know the main thing is we didn’t cause any fires, we didn’t, for these people we didn’t burn down any houses, the Kincade fire is still under investigation, I got that, but one of the things we did was give them the opportunity to actually refill their refrigerator ’cause their house is still there.”

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