Biden Refuses to Comment on Horrifying Wildfire Deaths While on Beach Outing

[Photo Credit: By Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America - Joe & Jill Biden, CC BY-SA 2.0,]

When questioned about the terrible catastrophe in Maui, where the deadliest wildfire in the United States in the previous 100 years has already taken at least 96 people and maybe more, Joe Biden, who has frequently been praised by the Left in the past for his sympathetic demeanor, was at the beach in Delaware on Sunday and reportedly had ‘no comment.’

The damage from the flames that completely destroyed the ancient town of Lahaina, according to Democrat Josh Green, Hawaii’s governor, might total $6 billion.

Prior to the Maui fires, the 2018 Camp Fire in California, which claimed 85 lives, was the worst fire in American history.

The Pestigo Fire, the deadliest conflagration in American history, ravaged Wisconsin and Michigan on October 8, 1871.

Fires ignited during a drought were propelled by strong winds, consuming over 1.2 million acres of land and multiple communities.

Due to inadequate record-keeping, the exact death toll is unknown, but it is estimated that 1,500 people were killed by the disaster.

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