September 29, 2020

Liars Behind Bear Referendum Whining About IFW Opposing It

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“It is legal for state employees to speak out on ballot issues, according to the Maine Attorney General’s Office. But political observers say it’s unusual for a department that receives funding from a state to play an advocacy role in a ballot measure. The IFW campaign also is complicated by the fact that some of the wardens also work as hunting guides.”<<<Read More>>>

Seriously! Maybe it’s inappropriate that the Humane Society of the United States, deceives the public in order to confiscate money from them to pay their big salaries and pay off lawsuit debts. Maybe it’s inappropriate that every media outlet in Maine is inundated with the non factual talking points provided by the Humane Society of the United States. Maybe it’s inappropriate that the Humane Society of the United States, Wildlife Alliance of Maine and all the totalitarian socialist supporters believe it is their right to force the rest of the world to follow along with their perverted animal perspectives. Maybe it’s inappropriate that many of those actively promoting this referendum and raising money for that purpose, are also owners, managers and members of animal rights, humanistic, socialistic, totalitarian organizations that will profit from the campaign and the results of a win in this campaign.

Odd isn’t it? Here we are discussing whether or not it is ethical that the agency that manages Maine’s black bears, and all other wildlife, funded by about 7% from Maine public money, should be presenting scientific facts that would put their position as bear managers in a difficult situation, and never one word about the unethical lies being perpetuated by the Humane Society of the United States, et. al. and any benefits they might get out of this.

Just what is appropriate?

It’s a great commentary on the condition of our society.

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