Moonbats Feed Wisconsin to the Wolves
Somewhere in the back of our minds is an ancestral memory of huddling around the fire in terror as wolves howl and creep closer through the darkness — or is that a premonition of the future moonbats have planned for us? In Wisconsin, it’s already coming true:
David Schoone, a farmer in this lush region of northern Wisconsin, says a lone gray wolf sneaked up on his school-age daughter three years ago as she bounced on a trampoline in his backyard.
More recently, Mr. Schoone was chased into his pickup truck by a wolf, and his cousin’s wife had to run from two wolves that descended on her from opposite sides of a shed. This month, he lost two young steer to wolves.
Wolves have also been killing and eating people’s dogs, and so many deer that it is ruining the tourist industry in an area that relies on visiting hunters. People are often stalked. It’s only a matter of time until a little kid ends up on the menu.
Why do 21st century Americans have to live in terror of wolves as if the clock had been turned back thousands of years? Because our moonbat rulers have placed wolves on the Endangered Species List, and won’t take them off, despite their burgeoning numbers and pleas for sanity even from the US Fish and Wildlife service.
According to moonbats, farmers can spare some of their livestock, and having wolves skulking and licking their chops in people’s backyards restores the natural balance. The wolves actually have advocates, like Human Society president Wayne Pacelle, who denounces sadists who would be mean enough to shoot the cuddly carnivores.
At least when cavemen crouched around the fire that kept the encroaching wolves at bay, they didn’t have to worry that someone from the government would come and stamp out the flames on behalf of lunatic activists.
On a tip from Varla. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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