Election Alert-HUMANE SOCIETY BACKS CLINTON, CALLS TRUMP A THREAT TO ANIMALS-It’s a LIE!!!
HUMANE SOCIETY BACKS CLINTON, CALLS TRUMP A THREAT TO ANIMALS
The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS/HSLF) is a vegan based Fanatical Animal Rights Extremist/Terrorists organization that is a threat to human relationships with animals. HSUS donates LESS than 1% to helping any animals-They do not operate a single animal shelter. HSLF is the Humane Society Legislative Fund-money donated for the intent of helping animals supplies HSLF with funds. HSUS/HSLF is in association with PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) and ALF (Animal Liberation Front) all vegan based Animal Rights Extremists/Terrorists located within our borders that seek to end all human relationships with animals.
“One generation and out” Wayne Pacelle-ceo HSUS.
HSUS/HSLF stands a huge financial loss if Trump takes office-Don’t befooled There is a real difference between Animal Welfare and vegan based Fanatical Animal Rights Extremist/Terrorists.
Surely I am not the only Animal Welfare blog that you follow or read!!! If Hillary Clinton is elected president there will be little reason to follow this blog as Animal Owners and Animal Lovers will suffer even more losses; many as sever as the loss I encountered in Marion County, Texas when my presence was a threat to the local humane society that sells animals for big bucks and raping more animal owners of their animals.
Not all local humane societies and rescues are interested in your God-given rights and your civil liberties and not all communities obey the law or have law enforcement doing a good job protecting their community from REAL crimes because they are poorly trained, if trained at all, and lack the ability to fight real crime.
Not all judges are trained in law and many have minimal training at best. The JP judge and county judge are forbidden to hear civil cases valued at over $100,000.00 in Marion County, Texas and not all judges respect the laws that bar them from hearing cases where they lack subject matter jurisdiction. NOTE-If you find yourself fighting a case where you find yourself fighting for your God-given rights and civil liberties 1) Seek immediate representation 2) Motion for a jury and 3) Demand a Court of Constitutional Law!!!-CRUCIAL!
The truth is Trump is pro-animal usage-ALL usage…Pets, Zoos, Circus, Elephant Rides, hunting, rodeos, performing animals, breeding and will protect your right to eat meat rather than the vegan based Fanatical Animal Rights HSUS Extremist/Terrorist group who want to control what’s on the dinner table tonight.
TRUMP CAMPAIGN ANNOUNCES AGRICULTURAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE
(New York, NY) August 16, 2016 – Donald J. Trump is pleased to announce his new Agricultural Advisory Committee. The men and women on the committee will provide pioneering new ideas to strengthen our nation’s agricultural industry as well as provide support to our rural communities. Mr. Trump understands the critical role our nation’s agricultural community plays in feeding not only our country, but the world, and how important these Americans are to powering our nation’s economy.
The formation of the board represents Donald J. Trump’s endorsement of these individuals’ diverse skill sets and ideas that can improve the lives of those in agricultural communities. Mr. Trump has received widespread support from voters who understand he is the only candidate with the best interests of the agricultural community at the heart of his policies.
Mr. Trump said, “The members of my agricultural advisory committee represent the best that America can offer to help serve agricultural communities. Many of these officials have been elected by their communities to solve the issues that impact our rural areas every day. I’m very proud to stand with these men and women, and look forward to serving those who serve all Americans from the White House.”
The executive board members will convene on a regular basis.
Advisory board members include:
Charles Herbster – National Chairman of the Agricultural and Rural Advisory Committee for the Donald J. Trump Campaign for President
Sam Clovis – National Chief Policy Advisor for the Donald J. Trump Campaign for President
Rebeckah Adcock –CropLife, Senior Director, Government Affairs
Robert Aderholt – Congressman from Alabama; Chairman, Subcommittee on Agriculture
Jay Armstrong – Kansas Wheat Commission; Chairman, Farm Foundation
Gary Black – Commissioner Agriculture, Georgia
John Block – Former Sec. of USDA
Mike Brandenburg – State Legislator, North Dakota
Terry Branstad – Governor of Iowa
Sam Brownback – Governor of Kansas
Chuck Conner – CEO, National Council of Farmer Cooperatives
Mike Conaway – House Agriculture Chairman
Jack Dalrymple – Governor of North Dakota
Dennis Daugaard – Governor of South Dakota
Rodney Davis – Congressman from Illinois; House Agriculture committee and Subcommittee Chair of Bio Tech
Mary Fallin – Governor of Oklahoma
Eddie Fields – Senator, Oklahoma; Chair Senate Ag and Rural Development
Steve Foglesong – Former President National Cattlemen’s Beef Association
Jim Gilmore – Former Governor Virginia; Chairman of Report on Terrorism and Agro-Terrorism
Bob Goodale – Former CEO of Harris Teeter
Bob Goodlatte – Congressman, Virginia; Former Chairman House Agriculture Committee
Mike Green – State Senator, Michigan; Appropriations Agriculture Chair; Senate Agriculture Committee Vice Chair
Helen Groves – Rancher; daughter of Robert Kleberg (King Ranch); Well known in TX/ranching world
Ron Heck – Iowa farmer and Past President of the American Soybean Assoc.
Dave Heineman – Former Gov. Nebraska
Hans Hunts – State Legislator, Wyoming; Wyoming House Ag Committee; Rancher
Cindy Hyde – Smith – Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce, Mississippi
Brent Jackson – State Senator, North Carolina
A.G. Kawamura – Former Sec. Food & Agriculture, California
John Kautz – California wine producer; CEO Ironstone Vineyards
Charlotte Kelly – Tennessee cotton grower along with her husband (14,000 acres) plus operating a cotton gin processing 30,000 plus bales and a leader in the cotton industry
Mark Killian – Commissioner of Agriculture, Arizona; Farmer and rancher AZ
Brian Klippenstein – Protect the Harvest
Tsosie Lewis – Former CEO of Navaho Nation’s Agricultural Products Industries
Forrest Lucas – CEO Lucas Oil; Protect the Harvest
Mike McCloskey – CEO Fair Oaks Farms- one of largest dairies in U.S.
Beau McCoy – State Senator; Nebraska Nat. Chr. Council State Govts
Ted McKinney – Former Director of Global Corp. Affairs for Elanco Animal Health
Sid Miller – Commissioner of Agriculture, Texas
Jim Moseley – Former consultant on agriculture at EPA; Former Deputy Secretary of USDA
Brian Munzlinger – Chairman Missouri Senate Ag Committee
Casey Murdock – State Senator, Oklahoma
Tom Nassif – President Western Growers; Former Ambassador
Garry Niemeyer – Former President National Corn Growers
Bill Northy – Secretary of Ag, Iowa
Sonny Perdue – Former Gov. Georgia
Rick Perry – Former Gov. Texas
Ryan Quarles – Commissioner of Agriculture, Kentucky
Bruce Rastetter – Summit Ag Group of Alden, Iowa; Hosted first Republican Presidential debate
Jim Reese – Secretary of Agriculture for Gov. Mary Fallin of OK
Larry Rhoden – Senator South Dakota; House Majority Leader and Sen Majority Whip; Chair Senate Ag Committee
Pete Ricketts –Governor of Nebraska
Pat Roberts – U.S. Senator Kansas
Marcus Rust – CEO Rose Acre Farms- second largest egg producer in U.S.
Leslie Rutledge – Attorney General, Arkansas; Co-Chair of the National Association of Attorney General Agriculture Committee and is married to a soybean producer
David Spears – Commodity Futures Trading Commission; Dole Ag Advisor; Senior Vice President, Mid-Kansas Cooperative, Inc.
Dr. Mike Strain – Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry, Louisiana
Red Steagall – Official Cowboy Poet of Texas
Annette Sweeney – Former Iowa House Agriculture, Chair; Farmer; Agriculture Advocate
Kip Tom – CEO, Tom Farms LLC-Largest Agri-Business farm operator in Indiana; Operates farms in South America
Johnny Trotter – CEO of BarG- 125,000 feedlot operation and farms 10,0000 acres in TX
Steve Wellman – Former President of the American Soybean Association
Walt Whitcomb – Ag Commissioner, Maine
John Wilkinson – Chairman, Agriculture and Consumer Affairs Committee Georgia State Senate
Forrest Lucas, founder of Protect the Harvest, an organization focused on fighting the Humane Society of the United States and in opposition of any legislation that is aimed at restricting animal practices in the production of meat, dairy, and eggs-Trumps choice for his cabinet. Protect the Harvest website can be found here: http://protecttheharvest.com/
Before you vote remember, Rover and Fido are hoping that they are your best friend and a major issue in their life so you will take them into consideration in your decision to vote TRUMP!!! This is not new news but instead a reminder. If you love animals DO NOT VOTE FOR HILLARY CLINTON!!! Politics has become intertwined with animals and when you read an endorsement for one of the candidates, liberal Hillary Rodam Clinton and that HSUS considers Republican Donald Trump a threat; there’s a major reason to be concerned for the power and value of your vote!!!
DO NOT VOTE FOR HILLARY (who is in bed with HSUS/HSLF) and here’s why: NOTE-Even the following publication report is HSUS -Fanatical Animal Rights Extremists/Terrorists slanted report…as most media reports are (liberal media reports)…
Humane Society launches ad: Trump presidency a ‘threat to animals everywhere’
The political arm of The Humane Society is mobilizing against Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump with a new ad campaign warning that a “Trump presidency would be a threat to animals everywhere.”
The Humane Society Legislative Fund (HSLF) announced its endorsement of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and the launch of a new attack ad against Trump on Wednesday.
“One ticket has a clear, compelling record of support for animal protection, while the other has assembled a team of advisors and financial supporters tied in with trophy hunting, puppy mills, factory farming, horse slaughter, and other abusive industries,” HSLF President Michael Markarian wrote in a blog post.
“The names that Trump’s campaign has floated for engagement on Interior and Agriculture department issues are a ‘who’s who’ of zealous anti-animal welfare activists.”
The ad takes aim at the Republican nominee’s sons for big-game hunting and notes that Donald Trump Jr. has publicly expressed interest in serving as Interior secretary in his father’s administration.
The 30-second video also notes that oil tycoon Forrest Lucas, an adviser to Trump who is also reportedly a candidate for Interior, supports puppy mills, dog-breeding operations that The Humane Society denounces as cruel for the conditions that they impose on the animals.
The HSLF was established in 2004 to lobby on behalf of The Humane Society of the United States and the Fund for Animals. Since then, it has actively sought to sway lawmakers to support legislation that would protect animals, wild and domesticated.
Joe Maxwell, senior political director at the HSLF, said that while the group endorses House and Senate candidates from both parties, this is the first time it has endorsed a presidential candidate.
“We know this is a big step, but one that we felt we needed to make on behalf of our constituency and on behalf of our membership to encourage a vote for Hillary Clinton,” Maxwell said.
Maxwell noted that Clinton’s voting record in the Senate largely aligned with the HSLF’s stances on various animal protection issues.
After every session of Congress, the group puts out a legislative scorecard that grades each lawmaker’s voting record on these issues. Clinton scored a 100 in the 108th and 109th Congresses, and an 83 in the 110th Congress.
In his blog post, Markarian pointed out that Trump’s running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, had “more of a mixed record on animal protection.”
The Indiana governor, who served in the House for 10 years, had scores ranging from 0 to 53 and opposed a variety of wildlife conservation measures.
The Trump campaign did not immediately respond when asked for comment.
Trump’s policy agenda is not the only thing that worries the animal rights group. Markarian noted that, if elected, Trump would be the first president since Harry Truman not to have a pet in the White House.
Trumps take on animal usage…no need to hold your breath because it is totally pro animal ownership/usage!!!
Disclaimer connected to this blog…Things said are of my opinion and the opinions of others -B