Utah Monument Deal Tied to Clinton

When President Trump restored to the State of Utah most of the Utah Monument lands, how many of you knew about the Clinton donor that then got a slap in the face? Well, it is true. President Bill Clinton was the President behind this land grab. It was not done for the tree huggers as you might have believed. It was to protect a Clinton donor’s financial interests. It cost you as well. Here is how it went down.

As Written By Daniel J. Sobieski for the American Thinker:

The shrinking in size of two national monuments in Utah by President Trump through executive order was a long overdue rebuke to federal land grabs that have enabled federal control of vast swaths of American land, particularly in the West. As the New York Times noted in 2016:

The United States government owns 47 percent of all land in the West. In some states, including Oregon, Utah and Nevada, the majority of land is owned by the federal government. Of course, it used to own nearly all of it….

East of the Mississippi… the federal government owns only 4 percent of land.

Part of that discrepancy is due to the vagaries of the Western expansion into the sparely populated frontier. Part of it is due to the desires of environmentalists to turn America into a save-the-earth postcard — take pictures and don’t touch. President Trump, who has unlocked much of America’s resources that were formerly held hostage by greenies and others, has decided to return to the people of Utah control of and decision-making power over the land of Utah, so you no longer need permission from a Beltway bureaucrat to pick up a rock and move it one foot to the left:

President Trump signed two proclamations Monday that shrink federally protected lands in Utah by about 2 million acres — the largest rollback of national monument designations in history……

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Utah ‘Monument’ Was a Reward to a Clinton Donor

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