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Drooling Class Lionizes Thug Who Murdered 500-Pound Hog

Photo by Steve Hillebrand/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Photo by Steve Hillebrand/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Predictably, the drooling class is making a hero of a lowlife cracker who shot and killed a 500-pound hog in North Carolina. The Greenville, N.C.-based CBS affiliate WNCT-TV reported earlier this month that “Conetoe hunter Jett Webb recently shot and killed a massive wild hog. He spotted the 500-pound, 8-foot-long beast in Bertie County near Indian Woods.”

You’ll notice that the report refers to the murdered animal as a “beast,” giving the incredibly inarticulate Mr. Webb (watch the WNCT-TV video) a lionizing pat on the back.

And, as one might expect, the reporter who filed the story saw fit to interview a scumbag named Mike Mansell, the president of the White Oak Ranch Hunting Club, on whose land the animal was slaughtered.

Mr. Mansell was quoted in the shamefully reported WNCT-TV story as saying, “They’re a species that is invasive … Once you have them, you’re not going to get rid of them. They just continue to multiply.”

(Note to Mr. Mansell: Do you know what other species will “just continue to multiply” if we don’t start managing it?)

Pigs don’t fly. The species was brought here to serve man’s monstrous desires. And this particular animal died to satisfy Mr. Webb’s apparently insatiable bloodthirst.

The subtext of Mr. Mansell’s comments is that Mr. Webb did us all a huge favor by slaying the 500-pound “beast.”

To hell with that.

Media outlets can drool over this story all they want and amuse the rabble with stupid and disgusting bacon jokes. And Mr. Webb can insist that his victim “will provide food for me and my family for a good year,” as he told WNCT-TV.

The truth of the matter is that Mr. Webb is a common thug who took a military-style weapon into the woods to satisfy his psychopathic desire to kill.

And that’s all the evidence I need to point out that if ever there were a species whose eradication would make the world a better place it’s ours.

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