A New Mexico coyote hunt will have extra appeal if an unhinged moonbat makes good on his word to join in dressed as a coyote:
The terms of the competition are simple: Hunters in New Mexico have two days this weekend to shoot and kill as many coyotes as they can, and the winners get their choice of a free shotgun or a pair of semi-automatic rifles.
But the planned two-day coyote hunting contest has sparked an online petition that has generated tens of thousands of signatures worldwide. The FBI is investigating a death threat to the gun shop owner who is sponsoring the hunt. And one protester has even vowed to dress like a coyote to trick hunters into accidentally killing a human.
No word on whether you get an extra prize if you nail the faux coyote moonbat.
Liberal activists are particularly fond of coyotes because both are pernicious varmints whose populations have reached excessive levels. The estimated 300,000 coyotes in New Mexico are known for killing livestock and pets.
Good news for the varmints:
Participants in a coyote hunting contest won’t be allowed to shoot coyotes on federal or state land.
That is because the government consists of still more overabundant varmints — and in the West, a high percentage of land is owned by the government:
When this was a free country, a major source of government revenue was land sales. Now that the government is on the verge of bankruptcy, rather than inflating the currency to worthlessness and enslaving future generations to foreign debt, massive land sales should be resumed. Instead, bureaucrats are buying up even more land so that people can’t use it. At least when they own it all, coyotes will be safe to kill lambs.
On a tip from Chris.