At least to some. And also, why is the Left so violent? California man had a destructive bear killed. Then his Tahoe neighbors went on the attack.
He had a bear on his property, repeatedly, doing damage. He wanted the state to do something. His tree-hugging neighbors went ballistic. (Figuratively speaking.)
Doxxing. Threats of arson on his home. Harassment of employees. etc.
The man said his phone buzzed with hostile calls and texts. Someone filed a bogus trash complaint at his address with local code enforcement officials. People drove by and cursed at his house from the road, he said. Two people were caught on the camera trespassing on the man’s lot as they snooped around the trap. The hateful emails rolled in for days.
“Thousands of people know where you live and your business name with your picture. I hope you get the karma you deserve you worthless piece of sh–!” read one.
“Hopefully you and your family get trapped in a burning house and died just like you want these bears to die,” read another.
Oh those tolerant, peace-loving people in California, who wage campaigns of harassment and make online threats. (Isn’t that a federal crime? Threats of terrorism?)
And this isn’t an isolated incident. Many people have reported encounters with bears in their homes, often resulting in a trip to the hospital. Luckily no one has died. Yet.
Others say that Tahoe’s bears, which often are seen sauntering down streets and snoozing in backyards, aren’t behaving like they would in a true wilderness setting. And they’re troubled by the trend noted by biologists of mother bears appearing to teach their cubs how to break into homes and cars, ensuring the break-ins will continue year after year.
People scarred for life, and even killed, which will certainly happen eventually, will not deter the tree-huggers.