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November 10, 2023
Residents Say No Over Biden Admin Plan To... Release Grizzly Bears Near Their Community?!
Residents of northern Washington are speaking out against a plan from the Biden administration that they just cannot bear.
The Fish and Wildlife Service and National Park Service previously proposed a draft environmental impact report to let grizzly bears loose near their homes in a forest area.
I just hate to be the bearer of bad news but if this plan moves forward, officials will release the apex predator in North Cascades National Park.
The federal government wants to release up to seven grizzly bears annually over the course of the next five to 10 years with a goal of establishing a grizzly bear population of roughly 200 bears.
The proposal was criticized by residents and local lawmakers.
According to a report, at least 200 residents made an appearance at the public hearing to voice their opposition against the release of the predators so close to their properties.
Close to 50 people, including Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-WA), spoke on behalf of the local communities.
"As a farmer, I worry not only about the bears destroying my crops, but for the safety and well-being of myself, my family, and my on-farm hands," Newhouse said. "It is clear you all know that grizzlies can and probably will move out of the zone in which you drop them in, yet rather than letting common sense prevail, are continuing to push forward with this dangerous plan."
"So tell me, what is the agency’s plan for dealing with crop loss and livestock depredation that is inevitable from the introduction of these predators? What is the timeline for issuing lethal permits? And how much will citizens have to lose before they can defend themselves from this predator in their backyard?" he continued.
According to Fox News, Hugh Morrison, the regional FWS director, said restoring the apex predator could be done in a way that ensures communities, residents, and animals "can all coexist peacefully."
Morrison clearly does not have the right koalifications to discuss this matter as there really is no reason to “coexist” with grizzly bears. It's just not pawsible.
"Nobody needs grizzlies, nobody needs wolves," another resident added, according to Fox News. "And the thing we need even less than that is the Department of Fish and Wildlife. These guys know nothing about fish, they don't care about wildlife. All they want to do is ruin the most important people, which are farmers and ranchers who grow our food. There's no reason for these people, there's no reason for grizzly bears."
Unfortunately for the grizzly, the apex predator does not have the right to bear arms.
"If any grizzly bear comes around my place, I'm shooting it," he added.
Here is a better idea: Release the Grizzlies in Seattle instead!
But why is the Biden Administration so set on releasing grizzlies in a rural community against their will?
First of all, startled grizzlies may not only charge but occasionally attack, making them over 20 times more dangerous than black bears.
And we all know Black Bears Matter.
They not only add to the threat of other apex predators in the area but cause major problems for ranchers and farmers by attacking livestock and eating crops.
This is actually really messed up how radical environmental groups are imposing this situation against the will of rural citizens. And on top of that, unelected bureaucrats are shutting down dissenting voices.
According to Fox News, officials are manipulating the definition of "substantive comment." This means that a concerned citizen who submits a comment that is as simple as "Don’t introduce bears here, they are a threat to our safety" would have it subsequently tossed out, while a detailed comment from someone not even from the area may be considered "in order" because it’s more favorable to them.
That is so unbearably patronizing.
Unelected bureaucrats in D.C. want to force residents in this rural Washington town to "coexist" and live in fear as they ignore the voices of the citizens forced to deal with this reality.
I can’t think of any reasons why humans must “coexist” with a grizzly bear, can you? This whole thing is really bar-bear-ic.