Trump Just Lifted A Ban On Shooting Bears And Wolves From Airplanes In Alaska

An Obama-era rule prohibited the hunting of predator animals like bears and wolves in Alaska’s national wildlife refuges.

Posted on April 3, 2017, at 7:57 p.m.

5 thoughts on “Trump Just Lifted A Ban On Shooting Bears And Wolves From Airplanes In Alaska

  1. Of course he did. The demand for this kind of ugliness and lack of any restrictions on killing has been building for years. With Trump and the conservative Congress, the floodgates have opened.

  2. Not surprised. He in undoing every good thing that has helped save animals, keep clean waters, clean air and quality labor in place. He is a Pig. He wants death and destruction and to set atop his golden wall and watch the turmoil. He is pure evil. Shame on each and every soul that voted for that thing..he is not Human. His Sons kill exotic animals all over the world. 😥

  3. Barbaric!!! What kind of world do I live in? It’s so depressing and my heart breaks for these animals that are murdered by stupid dickhead hunters that get off from killing wildlife. You all suck and I hope you rot in hell!!!😡😡😡

  4. I knew this day would come every time I got an email from some environmental organization to thank 0bama for something. I think this could have been avoided if the environmental organizations had done their job the right way. If they had built relationships on grassroots level within communities instead of just sending emails to 0bama to fix things. A lot of hard work goes into organizing supporters at community level but those are the gains that cannot be undone so completely and so easily.

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