One of the singular destructive campaigns unleashed from Biden’s Eastern European/ Balkan State style party member method of counter-leadership aims to weaponize agencies in the Executive Branch and circumventing law in permitting the alphabet organizations to draft and implement legislation.
While a restrictive and unauthorized pistol brace measure by the ATF was recently struck down in the federal courts, the President and minions are attempting to once again arm the Endangered Species Act (ESA) giving federal government power to seize land from private property owners and corporations through Eminent Domain. Not only is the gesture of partisan politics egregiously dangerous to fundamental rights and freedoms, but the land grab scheme also intertwines with the attempt of the ATF to prohibit reasonable self-defense in targeting landowners and citizens in rural areas. As ridiculously senseless as the Department of Fish and Wildlife (DFW) conjuring a metaphorical habitat for a rare species of Cayman in a San Jose fifth of an acre suburban backyard, the agency is being reconfigured to do the government’s bidding. Under Obama’s rule, stipulations were added to the ESA which gave the DFW power to determine if private land is a suitable environment for a species, and in some cases force the owner to pay for a costly wildlife survey if the creature has not officially been observed on the property.
Stealing large tracts of land, the majority of which are located in sparsely population areas, illustrates that Biden and his lackeys are indifferent to the nuances of circumstances which govern regional quality of life and are incapable of distinguishing the requirements for public safety for those who inhabit rural areas, as well as those who reside in densely packed urban corridors. As property thieves are synonymous with gun prohibitionists, the importance the Second Amendment goes hand in hand with private property rights, and First Amendment guarantees. While the experimentation of fracturing the nation through government interference has taken many forms, the DFW was awarded additional disruptive powers after 2008.
During the Obama autocracy, advocates for private property rights were not shocked to discover that the hampering measures were designed, at least as a fundamental level, to deter big oil and the mining of natural resources. The fundamental concept is insidiously simple and the ulterior motive is clear, a rare example of transparency from the left, even though it is incidental. In a hypothetical scenario under Obama’s watch, Exxon would compensate Anne B farmer of North Dakota for hosting a stretch of planned pipeline through her acreage. In response to the business partnership, Democratic politicians facing pressure from the environmental lobby would trigger the DFW to enact the process through the ESA of forcing Anne to pay for a wildlife survey on her property, and halting any pending development or construction. It could be a non-endemic species of Badger or a Vampire Bat, but until the courts determine otherwise or maybe never, Anne’s land at the very least morphs into a temporary protected habitat for critters that never inhabited the area. One of the handful of legislative measures that Trump cleaned up on a federal level, was to restore basic protections on private property rights, by nullifying the authority recklessly awarded to the DFW.
In an applicable and precedent setting case in Trump’s tenure, the Supreme Court ruled that the “critical habitat” designation could not be slapped on a logging business in Louisiana enduring the wrath and echoes of Obama’s government.
Responding to an appeals court breach of justice, the Highest Court unanimously voted that the activation of the ESA against the property owners was unreasonable. Coined the Dusky gopher frog scandal, the scheme drawn up by the feds claimed that the amphibian would make the perfect guest made national headlines. Had the justices complied with the lower court decision, the operators of the family business could have lost $34 million, a figure only made more significant by the shady tactics of the feds to rename the frog during the legal proceedings. In attempting to strengthen their case against the timber farmers, officials deliberately removed “Mississippi” from the pond dwellers identification, in a blatant ruse to erase any geographical connotation, as the natural habitat of the creature does not extend to Louisiana. The rockstar frog, formerly known as the Mississippi Dusky gopher frog, is an icon for the underlying motives of overbearing government, where bureaucracy is devious and sparks indignance spanning from citizens to public watchdogs, a scenario that may be repeated until the aftermath of the 2024 elections.
While supporters of the Green New Deal affirm that the ESA is vital for habitat preservation, the act hinders the extraction of vital natural resources, and is a more of a detriment to what activists label as “environmentalism” than a benefit. As landowners in some cases are deterred from utilizing the value of their land by the feds demanding a wildlife survey, it is the sensible response by neighbors that is overlooked. When faced with a possible proximal crises of Eminent Domain, the adjacent properties will be inclined to exercise extreme measures to maintain ownership of their land, which includes clearcutting greenbelts or terraforming in order to ensure that the feds cannot seize the property, and the subsequent environmental impact is destructive and profound. However, climate radicals completely ignore this plausible narrative in continuing to author a plot on paper and legislation which does not work out so well in reality.