This shows you how crazy the left is in Montana, and by “the left” I mean a lot in the Montana media too. They will defend the wolves at the same time as they will muzzle the lambs.
I have to say, hats off to media like KTVQ-TV and others who are prepared to report both sides of the problem. For example, Q2 reported data showing that mandatory mask schools have higher COVID case rates than optional mask schools in Yellowstone County.
Have you noticed how little publicity a story like this gets, even in Montana? And yet, there is a story about 20 wolves hunted outside of Yellowstone National Park and it is covered from wall to wall by print and TV media, covering the story on their platforms. social media like it’s some kind of scandal.
Even ZooMontana in Billings (which keeps wolves behind fences for that matter) jumped on the hysteria, according to ABC Fox Montana:
“These states have let their fear of wolves influence our hunting laws,” said Jeff Ewelt, executive director of ZooMontana. “Whether it’s because of popular fairy tales that denigrate wolves, or an ingrained aversion to large predators, we don’t treat wolves the same way we would treat other creatures.
Twenty wolves have been hunted outside of Yellowstone National Park? Congratulations to the hunters. And that’s hardly a drop in the bucket when it comes to the real and growing number of wolves in the area. This is the answer most Montanais would have to this story.
But no, we have wall-to-wall blanket on a few wolves when a lot of your kids are still required to wear masks. That’s right, they stand up for the wolves, while muzzling the lambs, even as three different medical associations declare a mental health emergency for our children.
ABC News even shared the numbers:
Medical associations highlighted research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) which found a slight increase in mental health-related emergency room visits for children at the start of the pandemic compared to 2019, as well as an increase of 50.6% of suspected suicide. attempt emergency room visits for girls aged 12 to 17.
WATCH: Here are the pets banned in every state
Because the regulation of exotic animals is left to the states, some organizations, including the Humane Society of the United States, advocate standardized federal legislation that would prohibit owning large cats, bears, primates, and large poisonous snakes as pets. company.
Read on to see which animals are banned in your home country, as well as across the country.