As another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter.
Around midnight on January 20th, the Obama regime posted without comment a series of new regulations which are simply hateful of Americans. The rules banned on ALL PUBLIC LANDS, that means close to 90% of Nevada and about 30% of states like Wyoming, Colorado, South Dakota and Alaska make it illegal, as in LaVoy Finicum solution on you, to have on your possession a fishing lure or a firearm cartridge.
What is behind this is the 1970's cartel attack on America, to disarm Americans from using lead in the same global warming fabrication that babies were eating lead paint and going zombie and that lead in your gasoline to boost octane cheaply was poisoning eagles. It was all bogus, but it progressed in the Soros and now Obama regulations, to a ban on using lead in jigs and sinkers to fish with, and in banning lead bullets and shot on federal or your lands.
So you understand this, modern ammunition is rifles is ALL lead as gold and silver are too expensive, and lead is the only material around besides depleted uranium, which has enough weight to it, to drive a bullet through an animal for a quick and clean kill.
There is military full metal jacket ammo, but those bullets still have a lead core, encased in metal. The net result is, that no one for self protection, for recreation, for hunting or Second Amendment Right can now be on any federal lands, without being fined or imprisoned if they have ammunition on their person.
Literally the last hours in office, image Obama instituted a gun ban and a ban on fishing in America, and no one has yet figured this out yet, as you can not legally carry a weapon for your self defense into Yellowstone or Yosemite, or a fishing lure, without your being arrested, or shot by some USFW thug.
So you comprehend this, in the FINE details of this order, this is not just lands BUT WATERS, in other words the millions of acres of waters that Obama seized off America are covered by this gun free zone, and the Interior is ordered to coordinate with each state's officials in order to make all 50 states comply with ammunition free zones.
This is the directive and is something which really requires being an issue to get that vacationing Congress to not just take our rights back to fishing and firearms, but to give landowners their rights to kill these predators destroying American wildlife by any means they see fit.
Subject: USE OF NONTOXIC AMMUNITION AND FISHING TACKLESec. 1 What is the purpose of this Order? The purpose of this Order is to establish procedures and a timeline for expanding the use of nontoxic ammunition and fishing tackle on Service lands, waters, and facilities and for certain types of hunting and fishing regulated by the Service outside of Service lands, waters, and facilities.Sec. 2 What is the legal authority for this Order?a. Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act (16 U.S.C. 668a-d).b. Migratory Bird Treaty Act (16 U.S.C. 703-712).c. National Wildlife Refuge System Administration Act of 1966, as amended by the National Wildlife Refuge System Improvement Act of 1997 (16 U.S.C. 668dd-668ee).d. National Wildlife Refuge Recreation Act (16 U.S.C. 460k-460k-4).e. Endangered Species Act (ESA) (16 U.S.C. 1531-1543).f. Fish and Wildlife Act 1956 (16 U.S.C. 742a-742j).g. Migratory Bird Conservation Act (16 U.S.C. 715-715r).h. Emergency Wetlands Resources Act of 1986 (16 U.S.C. § 3901b, 100 Stat. 3583).Sec. 3 What is the Service’s overall policy? It is the Service’s policy to:a. Require the use of nontoxic ammunition and fishing tackle to the fullest extent practicable for all activities on Service lands, waters, and facilities by January 2022, except as needed for law enforcement or health and safety uses, as provided for in policy.b. Collaborate with state fish and wildlife agencies in implementing this policy.Sec. 4 What are the effects of lead on fish or wildlife health?a. Exposure to lead ammunition and fishing tackle has resulted in harmful effects to fish and wildlife species. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, lead poisoning is a toxicosis caused by the absorption of hazardous levels of lead in body tissues. Ingested lead pellets from shotgun shells have been a common source of lead poisoning in birds. The Service recognized the problem of avian exposure to lead shot used for waterfowl hunting and enacted restrictions in 1991 and hunting and waterfowl populations have thrived since.b. The use of lead ammunition continues for other forms of hunting, presenting an ongoing risk to upland or terrestrial migratory birds and other species that ingest spent shot directly from the ground or as a result of predating or scavenging carcasses that have been killed with lead ammunition and left in the field. Many states have enacted nontoxic shot and ammunition requirements to address this concern.c. Ingestion of lead fishing sinkers and other fishing tackle have been documented in waterbirds. Six states currently restrict the use of lead fishing tackle under certain circumstances to protect wildlife health.Sec. 5 What steps will the Service take to phase in the use of nontoxic ammunition and fishing tackle?a. The Service will continue to support targeted research to understand the human, fish, and wildlife health benefits of using nontoxic ammunition and fishing tackle.b. The Service will continue to work with states and other partners on education efforts regarding the benefits and effectiveness of nontoxic ammunition and fishing tackle.c. To ensure the public experiences a consistent approach to nontoxic ammunition and fishing tackle requirements, over the next 24 months, each Regional Director, in coordination with relevant Assistant Directors, should work with individual states, regional state fish and wildlife associations, and tribes to identify opportunities to expand existing state, Federal, or tribal requirements for use of nontoxic ammunition and fishing tackle on Service lands, waters and facilities.i. Where states have enacted nontoxic ammunition or fishing tackle requirements for certain forms of hunting and fishing on state lands such requirements should be expanded to national wildlife refuges in those states through amendments to state or Service regulations, as appropriate.ii. Where states have enacted nontoxic ammunition or fishing tackle requirements for certain forms of hunting and fishing that apply to state, private, and Federal lands throughout their states, Regions should ensure these requirements are enacted and enforced on Service lands, waters, and facilities in those states.iii. Where individual Federal land units administered by other Federal agencies including the National Park Service, the National Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management, the Department of Defense, or other agencies, have enacted requirements for the use of nontoxic ammunition or fishing tackle, Regions should adopt such requirements on Service lands, waters and facilities in the same states as those units through amendments to Service hunting and fishing regulations, as appropriate.iv. Where individual tribes have enacted requirements for the use of nontoxic ammunition or fishing tackle, the Regions should adopt such requirements on Service lands, waters and facilities in the same states as those tribal lands through amendments to Service hunting and fishing regulations, in consultation with the appropriate tribe and state.d. When available information indicates negative impacts of lead ammunition or fish tackle on sensitive, vulnerable or Service trust resources, the appropriate Regional Director, in coordination with the appropriate Assistant Director(s), will take steps to expeditiously require the use of nontoxic ammunition or fishing tackle to the fullest extent practical under Service jurisdiction to benefit such species or resources.e. The Assistant Director, Migratory Birds, in consultation with National Flyway Councils and individual states, will establish a process to phase in a requirement for the use of nontoxic ammunition for recreational hunting of mourning doves and other upland game birds.Sec. 6 When is this Order effective? This Order is effective immediately. It remains in effect until we incorporate it into the Fish and Wildlife Service Manual, or until we amend, supersede, or revoke it, whichever comes first. If we do not amend, supersede, or revoke it, the provisions of this Order will terminate on July 31, 2018./sgd/ Daniel M. AsheDIRECTORDate: January 19, 2017
This order outlaws all hunting and fishing for one year in America, disrupting the entire game management program, which is already in a shambles.