California Fire Isn’t the First To Be Caused by a Gender-Reveal Party

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After the cause of the El Dorado fire was announced, people were not happy. But now it’s been revealed this wasn’t even the first gender-reveal-gone-wrong.

But one of these parties had disastrous consequences for residents in California.

And there is absolutely no stopping them from spreading their path of destruction.

So they’re very common in places such as Australia, Africa, South-East Asia, South America… and even here in the United States.

The majority can come from absolutely nowhere and their destruction can be terrifying.

Igniting in December of 2019 and finally burning out in March of this year, Australia faced one of their most deadly summers in decades.

Thirty-four people in total lost their lives and more than 2,700 homes were completely destroyed by the flames.

It has been estimated that approximately 8,000 koala bears perished in the bushfires alongside thousands of other animals and birds.

And even though they’re now healing thanks to the help of volunteers all around the world, the 2020 bushfires are something the country will never get over.

We are now suffering here in the United States.

And it’s showing little sign of slowing down.

And has since prompted the evacuation of more than three-thousand residents.

As of Sunday, the fire remained at 5 percent containment amid extreme weather conditions, in which temperatures soared to a record 121 degrees.

And is one of twenty-two major fires burning in the state.

Including in San Bernardino County due to the El Dorado blaze.

Officials say the devastating blaze was started by a smoke-generating pyrotechnic device.

In a press release, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection announced the fire started just after 10:20 am in the El Dorado Ranch Park in Yucaipa.

“CAL Fire reminds the public that with the dry conditions and critical fire weather, it doesn’t take much to start a wildfire,” the news release said.

“Those responsible for starting fires due to negligence or illegal activity can be held financially and criminally responsible.”

“We know how it started because they were still there,” he said. “That, and the fact that there were surveillance cameras in the park.”

The criminal charges could fall under “a variety of charges,” he said – which would be more severe if homes were destroyed. The family could also be hit with violations of public resources codes and even arson, under California’s penal code section 452. As per the Daily Mail, arson convictions can result in a sentence of up to 9 years.

And she is far from happy.

During that post, she detailed how she revealed the gender of her baby with a cake that had pink icing on the inside.

“For the love of God, stop burning things down to tell everyone about your kid’s p*nis. No one cares but you,” she wrote.

“It was 116 degrees in Pasadena yesterday and this tool thought it would be smart to light a fire about his kid’s d—. Toxic masculinity is men thinking they need to explode something because simply enjoying a baby party is for sissies.”

“Excuse me for having a cake for my family in 2008. Just because I’m the gEnDeR rEvEaL iNVeNtoR doesn’t mean I think people should burn down their communities,” she wrote. “STOP.”

Last year, she wrote about how she now has “mixed feelings” about celebrating a child’s gender before they are born. “Who cares what gender the baby is?” Jenna wrote in the post. “I did at the time because we didn’t live in 2019 and didn’t know what we know now — that assigning focus on gender at birth leaves out so much of their potential and talents that have nothing to do with what’s between their legs.”

A similarly destructive incident took place in Green Valley south of Tucson, AZ, in 2017…

His gender reveal involved blowing up a large amount of the explosive material Tannerite.

Unsurprisingly, it blew up, revealing the gender of his unborn baby to be male. Unfortunately, the explosion quickly got out of control.

Dickey received 5 years’ probation for a misdemeanor violation by the US Forest Service and an $8 million fine. Want more information on the current wildfires? Scroll on…