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Trump administration moves ahead on gutting bird protections

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By ELLEN KNICKMEYER and MATTHEW BROWN

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When a moron is put in charge, moronic policy are to be expected.

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It’s part of a flurry of last-minute changes under the outgoing administration benefiting industry.

Trump has done more to undermine environmental, worker and consumer protections than any politician in recent history.

He's a corrupt tool of the 'elite' and the corporations they run.

He's continuing to do as much damage to the country as he can on his march of shame back to Mar a Lago.

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Trump needs to be plucked & gutted

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So what was all that hot air about wind turbines killing millions of birds? Suddenly he doesn’t give a hoot?

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Trump trying to move up on fed executions by making some methods of killing like shooting legal.

The Trump administration is rushing to approve dozens of eleventh-hour policy changes. Among them: The Justice Department is fast-tracking a rule that could reintroduce firing squads and electrocutions to federal executions.

App for Tracking the Trump Administration’s “Midnight Regulations”

I uh...just don’t know how this relates to birds, but whatever....

Again, environmentalists should be happy, like I always say, Trump could cure the world of cancer ans liberals still would complain. ROFL!

Good one Mr. President.

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Good one Mr. President

So a mine tailing pond that is poisonous to birds, but looks like a good source of water for them that ends up killing many thousands of birds (actually happened in Montana) is ok, a "good one"? How about the chloride ponds at Searls Valley Minerals that the company has up till now had to take precautions to prevent birds from drinking that water and dying? Ok to just let the birds die now? No legal recourse against the firm? Is that the kind of country you want from the US? Of course you don't live there so what do you care?

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