This historic town of Lahaina, located on the Hawaiian island of Maui, was just devastated by a wildfire. The catastrophe has drawn the attention of the world, yet something just doesn't quite feel right about this story.
It feels like the public is not getting the full story, like the political class doesn't care as much as they should. After all, what was with that strange “no comment” from President Joe Biden when he was asked about the fire?
Normally Rebel News doesn't cover stories like this. But much like we did with the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, we're sending a team to Hawaii to try to learn the truth about what's happening on the ground in Lahaina.
Alexa Lavoie and Lincoln Jay are heading there to find out the facts and to try and find answers to whether this wildfire was the result of “climate change” — or a natural catastrophe, administrative negligence, criminal actions or the unfortunate convergence of several factors.
Going to Maui Island to report on the wildfire tragedy that has completely wrecked the city of Lahaina.— Alexandra Lavoie (@ThevoiceAlexa) August 16, 2023
If you want to help the community, you can donate to a local charity: https://t.co/NG13Zfejvz
Stay tuned for all of our coverage at https://t.co/3vGi0Okxvy pic.twitter.com/JI7yNARIN3
We are heading to Maui to cover the wildfire tragedy that has destroyed the city of Lahaina. Donate to help the locals if you can. They need it.— Lincoln Jay (@lincolnmjay) August 16, 2023
We are coming to give the people a voice. Mainstream media will not do the people justice.
More to come at https://t.co/v1EvqUvcTm pic.twitter.com/y4wqKkE6fg
We want to be the voice for ordinary people in Lahaina, in Maui and around other parts of Hawaii — wherever the story takes us. We want to be respectful to the local community; people have suffered immense tragedy and are likely skeptical of the media, especially corporate outlets.
Our role is to provide support and amplify the voices of the local residents. Alexa and Lincoln both made donations to the Red Cross to help relief efforts before heading to Hawaii, and we are calling on our viewers to do the same. Or, if you would prefer, you can help us crowdfund the costs of our fact-finding mission to Maui.