Public service announcement: the border wall is even more problematic because animals and birds might be impacted. I wish I was kidding, but MSNBC ran a segment with biologist Jeff Corwin, where the latter said jaguars, the Mexican gray wolf, bats, and some birds might be impacted by the border wall’s construction.
“It would be an unprecedented environmental catastrophe,” said Corwin to host Craig Melvin.
Melvin began the segments discussing Rep. Raul Graijalva (D-AZ) and the Center for Biological Diversity’s lawsuit against the federal government over the border enforcement project. In California, the state legislature is considering punishing construction firms that participate in building the wall.
First off, Rep. Graijalva is about as big a sycophant for Pro-Illegals as you can get.
Secondly, I guess all those thousands of feet above the wall are just to difficult to use to get over the wall. I guess the birds are also on the government dole and are fat, dumb, lazy and entitled to as much sloth as the humans provided get. 😦
As for punishing construction firms, well, there is nothing a sanctimonious liberal likes better than authoritarian bullying and intimidation to get there way. Democracy, fah…who needs it when you are a narcissistic liberal who wants the world to revolve around them.
Jeff Corwin: Well Craig, if this border wall happens it will be an unprecedented environmental catastrophe. It’s poised to cut through more than 1,200 miles of habitat along the border between the United States and Mexico. There are over 90 threatened and critically endangered species that are in the crosshairs because of this wall, and we’ve got over 100 migratory birds that will be impacted from this wall. The endangered Mexican grey wolf, only 133 individuals left of this iconic carnivore this amazing canine, its head is on the chopping block and likely could fall prey to extinction.
OMG OMG OMG! Not that. Ok Mr. Liberal you do whatever you want… Whip me, beat me, make me feel bad for hapless birds… 😦
Next up…The Wind Farms and how much a buzzkill they are for birds… 🙂