Facebook has become a bastion for liberals and a place of condemnation for conservatives. Liberals are praised for stopping a viable wildlife management program and a conservative is condemned for helping to manage healthy populations of animals.
What many liberals fail to understand is that a given area of land only supports so many animals of any given species. This is called carrying capacity. When numbers surpass carrying capacity, it generally results in many animals starving to death and other getting ill. The overall population goes into a health decline. Over the years, it has been found that the best way to manage a healthy population is to manage the numbers and that is generally done by issuing a given amount of hunting permits. Without hunting, many big game animals would be starving to death and dying from diseases.
Their ignorance is evident when the criticize and condemn anyone who hunts, such as Jessica Grays, a female hunter, but she is thanking her critics.
Hunter Jessica Grays has blasted critics on Facebook for calling her “disgusting” after she posted images of a bull moose her partner took down on a recent Alaskan hunt and even thanked her detractors for their heated comments, since the controversy has landed her a number of speaking and sponsorship opportunities.
“I just wanted to take a second and say THANK YOU!” Grays said in a Facebook post. “It has created quite the media stir bringing this to a National Platform where I have media, newspaper, huntings blogs, radio stations and women’s rights groups contacting me to be spokesperson and sponsorships from it! Please keep the HATE coming! Two days ago I was a passionate small town hunter and today I have multiple new sponsors and hunts lined up across the country.”
Grays also took the opportunity to explain her position and claimed she was actually a lover of animals and had raised several herself. She argued her critics were uneducated when it comes to hunting…
I’ve often been criticized by liberal do-gooders because I enjoy hunting. One lady asked me how I could shoot and kill a beautiful deer. My first response was to tell her that they deer tasted better than they look. However, I asked her if she has ever seen a deer dying of starvation during the winter because there wasn’t enough food and she said no. I told her I have on more than one occasion and then I told her that I would much rather die quickly from a bullet than the slow painful and tortuous death of starvation. It ended the conversation.