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Feb 16 2020

Seattle Tree Huggers Sing the Tree Murder Song

Last Wednesday, tree-hugging moonbats performed a hilarious rendition of the “Tree Murder Song” before the Seattle City Council’s Land Use and Neighborhoods Committee. The meeting was mostly about a resolution to stall development in this major city by making it even harder to cut down trees, according to The Stranger.

“There’s a hole in the sky where the tree once was, somebody’s making money.” One day, if I study moonbattery diligently enough, maybe I will be able to grasp why these kooks are morally outraged by the idea of their betters making money. If no one makes money, how can Big Government confiscate and redistribute it?

On a tip from Mr. Freemarket.

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