It has been revealed that Tracy Stone-Manning, President Biden's top pick to run the Bureau of Land Management, wrote an essay in which she stated that we need to lower the human population to preserve that of grizzly bears.
The Bureau of Land Management is an agency under the umbrella of the US Department of the Interior. It oversees all public lands in the nation, most of these being concentrated in the states of Alaska, California, Idaho, Montana, Orgeon, Utah, Washington, Nevada, New Mexico and Wyoming.
According to Fox News, Stone-Manning called US citizen's "conquering" the western states a "Pyrrhic victory", and claimed that we human beings have "annexed too much space" in the region.
"The local hillsides look like warzones now. The damage is evident and the demise of the griz[zly bears] imminent, yet we continue our war cries while breeding our weapons."
"We can bicker and moan at each other in our battle about what is going to help the bear now, but ultimately we need to look at maps less, crunch numbers less, and begin to wage war on overpopulation."
Stone-Manning, it has been recently revealed, was also a key person in a plot back in 1989 to spike trees in an Idaho forest, an illegal practice which can potentially even kill a logger.
Because of this, Republicans in Congress, such as Sen. Majority leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) have vocally opposed Stone-Manning's appointment.