In a recent debate, the Senate confirmed that President Joe Biden embattled the eco- terrorist-linked nominee who endorsed the population control which led to the Bureau Of Land Management. On Thursday evening, it has been confirmed that Tracy Stone-Manning has been confirmed as the director of the Bureau of Land Management in a 50:50 party-line vote.
As it has been reported that the 50:50 party-line vote came at the time of a cacophony of political noise from the White House’s crises and debate on the bill of infrastructure.
Biden Land Management Nominee Collaborated with Eco-Terrorist
Stone-nomination Manning’s provoked controversy among conservatives in Congress and well beyond, with Adam Brandon, president of the conservative and libertarian activist group FreedomWorks, saying it “should come as no surprise” that Biden’s nominee holds her views “given her collaborative efforts with eco-terrorist groups with ties to Ted Kaczynski.”
Major backer and democratic senator officials such as the Dallas Safari Club and prominent Obama-era BLM leadership finally abandoned Stone-Manning. Senator Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., chair of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, experienced tremendous pressure from both sides of the aisle on Stone confirmation; Manning eventually confirmed that he would vote for the controversial appointment.
Following her nomination, the White House stood by Stone-Manning, proclaiming her “exceptionally qualified” to oversee the agency that oversees millions of square feet of land.
Biden Nominee Called For Population Control to Protect the Environment
Stone-tumultuous Manning’s confirmation process was hampered by suspicions concerning her involvement in a 1989 Earth First tree spiking conspiracy in an Idaho forest. Metal rods are implanted into trees to prevent them from being cut down, which is a severe and destructive eco-terrorism technique.
The metal rods ruin saws, inflicting significant injuries to people like a mill worker whose jaw was split in half by an exploding saw. According to paperwork, Stone-Manning was granted legal immunity in 1993 for her evidence that she retyped and sent an anonymous letter to the United States Forest Service on behalf of John P. Blount, a former roommate, and friend.
Biden Bureau of Land Management Nominee Called to Wage War on Overpopulation
The sales were labeled so that no workers were injured and so that you a-holes realized they were spiked,” as per the letter obtained by Fox News. “The majority of the trees were spiked within the first 10 feet, and there were many, many others spiked as high as 150 feet.” “PS,” the note concluded, “you bastards go in there anyway and a lot of people could get hurt.”
Stone-Manning also faced criticism for her master thesis, wherein she urged for population control in order to preserve the environment, stating that Americans must “breed fewer consuming humans.” She also proposed that individuals stop having children after two and created a parody advertisement wherein a child being portrayed as an “environmental hazard.” In a 1991 essay, Biden’s new BLM director stated that Americans should “wage war on overpopulation” to preserve grizzly bears.
The U. S. Department of the Interior supervises the Bureau of Land Management. It’s also in control of all public lands in the United States, with most of them concentrated in Alaska, California, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Nevada, New Mexico, and Wyoming.
Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV), chairman of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, succumbed to political pressure and announced earlier that he would vote for a candidate. During the current confusion in Congress surrounding the ongoing debate over the $3.5 trillion investment program, Senate Democrats did sneak the radical nominee’s confirmation through.
Stone-Manning was linked to a tree-spiking plot in Idaho in 1989 part Of earth First! Inserting metal rods into trees to prevent them from being chopped down and reduce logger chainsaws to explode is a popular eco-terrorism tactic.
A mill worker’s jaw was split down the middle by an exploding chainsaw as a result of the attack. She was given immunity from prosecution in 1993 within a week of having to agree to testify and admit to her role in an eco-terrorist group responsible for what happened in the 1989 incident wherein she chose to write and sent an anonymous letter to the world uncovering that a forest near where she lived in Idaho had been seeded with 500 pounds of 8 to 10-inch spikes.
According to Fox News, Stone-Manning characterized the “conquest” of western states by US citizens as a “Pyrrhic success,” and claimed that humans have “annexed too much territory” in the region.
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