Saving the fish isn’t about saving the fish. It’s about preventing fishermen from making a living selling the fish. Otherwise, our moonbat rulers wouldn’t blow the fish to bits:
A federal mandate to remove old, abandoned oil and gas rigs in the Gulf of Mexico is blowing up a lot more than just the rigs.
Undercover video obtained by Local 15 shows thousands of pounds of dead fish, mostly red snapper, floating to the surface after one of the controversial demolitions in the Gulf.
According to marine scientist Bob Shipp, the “abominable” demolitions occur as often as three times a week, even if they aren’t normally videotaped.
The killing of the red snapper is also infuriating charter boat captains and anglers. Federal restrictions keep cutting the red snapper season shorter and quotas smaller to protect the species from over-fishing. …
The confidential source who provided Local 15 the video estimated 10,000 pounds of fish, mostly red snapper, were killed after that one demolition.
On a tip from Katya Kakhov.