Trump’s Sons Under Investigation For Poaching

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While Donald Trump is  having fun with the election, his sons are under investigation for poaching and killing of different animal species. Investigators found that back in 2011, the trump brothers went on a hunting trip with an illegal hunting company. Normally hunters go on safari trips with legal companies where the guide have extensive knowledge of different species and prevent the killing of endangered species and those who failed to follow would lose their license. . Who knows why the Trump’s guide is without a license. The trump brother killed an elephant, buffalo and crocodile.

Donald Trump Jr on Safair (Huntinglegends.com via Flickr)

When this picture surfaced, Trump Jr. later defended their actions in part by tweeting, “I’m a hunter, for that I make no apologies.”. Still voting for Trump?

Clinton on other side isn’t all clean either as she did admit to have gone on atleast one duck hunting trip.

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References:

http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/entertainment/2012/03/trumps-sons-under-investigation-for-african-hunting-trip/

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52 thoughts on “Trump’s Sons Under Investigation For Poaching

  • Animalista Untamed

    (March 3, 2016 - 8:01 am)

    I hope they throw the book at them!

    • Freddie Goldsberry

      (July 28, 2016 - 10:12 am)

      Why are they so prevailed, and laws are for every one else is upholding.???

    • V. V. Williams

      (August 6, 2016 - 8:26 pm)

      Same here. I wonder, though, are they being investigated by Zim, Zambian, or South African authorities? I’m hoping it’s happening in Zimbabwe… Maybe a few months — or years — in a Zim prison would teach them a thing or two or three.

  • Sensual68

    (March 3, 2016 - 9:04 am)

    Really too bad these “kids” are ignorant and heartless. Canned hunting stinks, how would you like to be grazing & minding your own business & someone comes up behind you & shoots you? Donald, get a grip on your kids!

    • Flat 10 Cedar Villas Boxhedge Road Banbury Oxfordshire OX16 0BU

      (March 4, 2016 - 2:18 am)

      I think it is too late for Trump to get a grip on his kids. Throw the book at them. I read somewhere that he said it is their lives, he doesn’t interfere.

      • Ivan

        (March 4, 2016 - 5:06 pm)

        Wealthy ignorant arrogant brats .

      • Ivan

        (March 4, 2016 - 5:10 pm)

        Trumps/ Tramps….These are the same kind of people who killed and stole the land from the Indians. Brought in Slaves from Africa,,, they are around still and have to be stopped from getting into power and throwing all democracy in barbaric ruling.

      • Annette walters

        (July 28, 2016 - 12:01 pm)

        They need to shoot the evil bastards, give them a taste of their own medicine

      • joyce wildermuth

        (July 31, 2016 - 4:10 pm)

        Trump did say (I heard him on an interview) that it’s their thing(meaning hunting) not his, but he did in no way condemn them. Would anyone expect this deluded narcissistic pathological liar to care what happens to an animal. People must just do whatever they can to make sure this lunatic doesn’t become president.

    • SUE Biondi

      (August 6, 2016 - 8:35 am)

      There are alot of guys who do it right but when you see someone get excited and twitching to show you trophies in an obscene amount, you know it’s killing not a descent hunter.

    • MorganG

      (August 6, 2016 - 9:56 am)

      Donald doesn’t have a grip on anything including his kids.

  • Terry Jensen

    (March 3, 2016 - 9:30 am)

    Sorry but Donald isn’t anymore responsible for his kids actions as adults then any one of us. I absolutely hate this kind of ‘hunting’ as it is NO challenge and really doesn’t show much expertise…just bragging rights. Hunting for anything other then putting meat on the table is in my book pointless?!?!?! I hate it when animal defenders get into the political do’s and don’t’s according to that groups agenda ……where is the balance in nature and in society…keep it on that subject and don’t go around trying to support any political motives on the demo or the rep side of things…stay out of it.

    • Susan Hansen

      (March 5, 2016 - 3:16 pm)

      That would work if everyone played fair…..but shamefully everyone does not! So the question comes back round….do you? Seems to me that those least likely to do so are unfortunately those with the most powerful to buy! All the way back to how do we become proud to be American! Harder and harder for me!

    • flowergirl1944

      (July 26, 2016 - 10:25 pm)

      He raised these arrogant monsters to have no morals …he is responsible for their behavior today…I will not be silenced…how dare you!!!

      • ML Caron

        (July 28, 2016 - 3:55 am)

        Look beyond the tabloid style headlines. I’m no Trump fan, but according to the Zimbabwean authorities the hunt was legal. Trump isn’t responsible for the actions of his adult children. You don’t hear about them running around clubbing and getting into all the antics a lot of these brats of wealth do. By all reports the oldest are all hard working, happily married adults. Probably had more to do with boarding school and a close relationship with their maternal grandparents than anything else.

    • joyce wildermuth

      (July 31, 2016 - 4:14 pm)

      I agree that Donald cannot be held responsible but you have no business telling someone to “stay out of it”. Who died & left you in charge.

  • Maxhil Payne

    (March 3, 2016 - 9:55 am)

    A case of “bad blood”. “Dump” the …hateful barbarians!…

  • suzanne Steinberg

    (March 3, 2016 - 10:10 am)

    I am a true animal activist, however, I have many children and I hope no one holds me responsible for what my adult children do. That is unfair, I do not want credit or blame for their actions, therefore, I feel it is irresponsible to hold Donald Trump accountable for his adult son’s actions. I will still vote for him.

    • Maxhil Payne

      (March 3, 2016 - 10:34 am)

      That seems ironic- most republicans seem to not give a damn about animals, nor the environment. They seem to lop-sidedly mainly “care” about profits and their own bank accounts- as if “let everybody else worry about that stuff.”

      • Rosa Leeann Boyle

        (July 24, 2016 - 11:25 am)

        Crazy ! I am a Republican and a Animal Lover Devoted to my 3 Cats You cannot judge

        • Maxhil Payne

          (August 7, 2016 - 12:18 pm)

          As i said, ” ..(seems)…Most…”. I didn’t say “All” , so don’t twist my words, while taking it personally. I didn’t say anything about You, until now!

      • Richard Renodin

        (August 7, 2016 - 6:35 am)

        Yep, It’s all I care about. My 2.5k Checking and 2k savings account are just exploding with profits. (Yes it’s sarcasm)

        • Maxhil Payne

          (August 7, 2016 - 4:49 pm)

          Sounds Extreme! as you say, “sarcasm”…

    • Anne King

      (March 3, 2016 - 11:49 am)

      I just recently saw him in a photo with the ultimate anti-Christ of the hunting world Rebecca Francis who apparently endorsed him. I’m hoping it was just a photo op and not a formal acceptance of her endorsement. However, when he has Sarah Palin and Willie Robertson of Duck Dynasty, both hunters and Chris Christie, the governor who allowed the slaughter of bears in New Jersey formally endorse him, you kind of have to make the deduction that he’s a proponent of hunters’ rights which does not bode well for the animals if he becomes president. Therefore, I have jumped off the Trump Train until I see some formal declaration of his policy regarding the future or hopefully lack of future for the “sport” of hunting.

      • BreezeCyclone

        (March 3, 2016 - 12:34 pm)

        He also wears fur and so does his wife. He thinks its fine for elephants to suffer in the circus too. He doesn’t care about animals at all.

      • ML Caron

        (July 28, 2016 - 3:57 am)

        Trump’s not a hunter, his sons are. Being a hunter doesn’t make you anti-conservation. Reputable hunters on legal hunts bring in millions upon millions to various African countries used in preservation and conservation, to protect animals from the ravages of poaching.

      • joyce wildermuth

        (July 31, 2016 - 4:20 pm)

        Good for you, anything that will help defeat that narcissistic bigot.

    • BreezeCyclone

      (March 3, 2016 - 12:35 pm)

      well he is their father… he obviously didn’t teach them compassion and he himself has none. the KKK endorses him!

    • Jeannie Lucas

      (March 4, 2016 - 7:49 am)

      You must be unbalanced. The man is not fit even to be considered as eligible.

    • MO4U

      (March 7, 2016 - 6:54 am)

      How the kids turn out shows what sort of person raised them. You obviously lack much intelligence though if you support someone like Trump, even die hard Republicans are saying they will have to vote for Clinton if it comes right down to that being the only option to ensure Trump does not win.

    • Susan Trear

      (July 4, 2016 - 2:57 pm)

      The point, Suzanne, is that these “children” were not raised to respect life (except their own)! Not raised to see animals as separate beings with feelings and rights to live their lives. Especially now, when so many species are threatened and going extinct. Damn right Trump is responsible, so is their mother!

    • Susan Trear

      (July 4, 2016 - 3:26 pm)

      And you are still an ignorant woman having too many children. It is you who are irresponsible to think that you are not responsible for the actions and outcomes of the “many children” you have had. Your further indict yourself by stating you will vote for a man who shows no ethics, morals or kindness and will make you and your litter of children about as miserable as you will ever be in Life.

    • Jim Berry

      (July 25, 2016 - 2:01 pm)

      It was Their father I assume who molded them into the fine men they are today. He doesn’t hesitate to tout his daughters achievements . Goose for the Gander ?

    • flowergirl1944

      (July 26, 2016 - 10:29 pm)

      Spoken by a true Drumph zombie…he can do anything …anything and he has done unspeakable acts and you, along with his other deluded supporters would still support him…shame, shame!!!

  • BreezeCyclone

    (March 3, 2016 - 12:32 pm)

    Trump wears fur, doesn’t care about the suffering of elephants, thinks its great for his sons to kill wildlife. hes an animal abuse enabler and hates animals. anyone who votes for trump you will see the animals suffer and YOU are to blame for voting for that moron. His supporters are trophy hunters and he pats them on the back. Such as Rebecca Francis! ted nugent and kid rock also support him.

  • Debbie R.

    (March 3, 2016 - 3:45 pm)

    No one is above reproach. Not even The Donald’s sons. They are blood thirsty killers who get their jollies off on killing innocents living beings. Shame on them!

  • Kim Thomas

    (March 4, 2016 - 3:09 am)

    You do realise that that article you used from the abc is five years old right?
    It was found to be untrue and was thrown out.
    You might want to check dates on your reference material in the future, and take this down.

    • justnicephotos

      (March 4, 2016 - 1:36 pm)

      Do you think that their mentality has changed much since then ? I doubt it and the photos of the boys smiling over their kills do not lie. Then or now, people need to see and be reminded of what is really behind those smiling faces. Trump shows his true colours each and ever day during this campaign ever time he opens his disgusting mouth !

  • justnicephotos

    (March 4, 2016 - 1:34 pm)

    Even though this story is from 2012 I doubt these boys have changed much since. They are as evil and cold hearted as their father. God Help America !

  • Janys A Venne

    (March 5, 2016 - 12:10 pm)

    OKAY YOU HAVE THE PICTURES YOU HAVE THE PROOF NOW ARREST THE SOB AND THROW HIM IN JAIL WITH THE INMATES LIKE ANY OTHER CRIMINAL.. MAKES NO DIFFERENCE WHOSE SON HE IS AND IF HE IS DONALDS THEN WE KNOW WHERE HE GETS THAT FROM. BAD PARENTING FOR SURE. THROW HIM IN JAIL NOW.

  • Candy count`s (@paranoidpests)

    (March 5, 2016 - 1:35 pm)

    Some one have it out withTrump

  • Joyce Wildermuth

    (March 7, 2016 - 8:57 pm)

    The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. These two men, & I use the word men loosely, are a product of parental misguidance, which neglected to instill a sense of decency, fair play, as well as an absence of empathy. What is amazing is that there are many Americans who are actually willing to vote for this man for President of the USA.

  • Robert Curtis

    (March 9, 2016 - 7:06 am)

    Hunters, yes. Poachers, no. In any event, knowing how much Americans love cute animals more than black lives, this may be the end of Trump.

  • Roland Vincent

    (July 25, 2016 - 5:17 pm)

    Reblogged this on Armory of the Revolution and commented:
    There is no question that Trump’s sons are scumbag serial killers. However, Trump himself has never hunted, unlike, for example, Hillary Clinton who has.
    But even though Trump doesn’t care about animals, he will stop tens of millions of animal deaths each year just by repudiating our current trade agreements. The most outrageous of all assaults on animals will be the TPP. Several billion additional animals will die if it becomes law. It now appears Hillary is going to embrace it if she is elected. Trump opposes the TPP. Regardless of what you think about Trump, as far as animals are concerned, he will be a savior for hundreds of millions of our fellow creatures.
    The litmus tests I employ for every election is which candidate will do the most for animals or which will cause animals the least suffering. Even Bernie supported hunting and dairy farms, so even the best candidate in the race was greatly flawed. Of Trump and Hillary, Trump has said he will repudiate our trade agreements. Were he to do so, HUNDREDS of MILLIONS of animals would not be slaughtered each year. Think of that number! Every year Trump would save twice the number of animals as has been saved by the entire worldwide animal movement over the past 50 years.
    Voting for Trump is only helpful in those states where he might be able to defeat Hillary, so called “battleground” or purple states. Purple states include or may include Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico. North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
    But for Sanders voters in red sates, those carried by McCain in 2008 or Mitt Romney in 2012. there is nothing to be gained by voting for Trump, as he will carry those states against Hillary with or without Sanders voters. Same with deep blue states like California and New York. Hillary will comfortably carry such states, so a vote against her is wasted. Might as well help Jill Stein.
    Sanders supporters in deep red or blue states have the opportunity to make a profound difference to the American political landscape by voting for Jill Stein of the Green party. While the likelihood is minimal that such votes would do anything to affect the outcome of races in those states, the cumulative effect of a wave of Green party votes could operate to help the party reach the threshold of 5% of the vote to qualify the party for federal funds.
    Writing-in Bernie accomplishes nothing at all. Most states that provide for write-ins do not even count them unless the write-in candidate has declared his or her candidacy.

    • joyce wildermuth

      (July 31, 2016 - 5:02 pm)

      Another genius who thinks he has it all figured out. The many policies & programs that are & will be, set up are not going to be effected by Trump being elected or not. I have been a long time Animal Rights Activist. I’ve done the work, volunteering, financial assistance ,campaigning as well as on site traveling to areas concerning the abuse of animals. Trump is the most dangerous candidate to ever run for presidential office during the last 100 years. He is not fit for Office by temperament, moral character, intelligence, or mental competence. Regardless Trump has little to do with the overall issue of of animal rights.

  • Roland Vincent

    (July 25, 2016 - 5:18 pm)

    There is no question that Trump’s sons are scumbag serial killers. However, Trump himself has never hunted, unlike, for example, Hillary Clinton who has.
    But even though Trump doesn’t care about animals, he will stop tens of millions of animal deaths each year just by repudiating our current trade agreements. The most outrageous of all assaults on animals will be the TPP. Several billion additional animals will die if it becomes law. It now appears Hillary is going to embrace it if she is elected. Trump opposes the TPP. Regardless of what you think about Trump, as far as animals are concerned, he will be a savior for hundreds of millions of our fellow creatures.
    The litmus tests I employ for every election is which candidate will do the most for animals or which will cause animals the least suffering. Even Bernie supported hunting and dairy farms, so even the best candidate in the race was greatly flawed. Of Trump and Hillary, Trump has said he will repudiate our trade agreements. Were he to do so, HUNDREDS of MILLIONS of animals would not be slaughtered each year. Think of that number! Every year Trump would save twice the number of animals as has been saved by the entire worldwide animal movement over the past 50 years.
    Voting for Trump is only helpful in those states where he might be able to defeat Hillary, so called “battleground” or purple states. Purple states include or may include Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico. North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
    But for Sanders voters in red sates, those carried by McCain in 2008 or Mitt Romney in 2012. there is nothing to be gained by voting for Trump, as he will carry those states against Hillary with or without Sanders voters. Same with deep blue states like California and New York. Hillary will comfortably carry such states, so a vote against her is wasted. Might as well help Jill Stein.
    Sanders supporters in deep red or blue states have the opportunity to make a profound difference to the American political landscape by voting for Jill Stein of the Green party. While the likelihood is minimal that such votes would do anything to affect the outcome of races in those states, the cumulative effect of a wave of Green party votes could operate to help the party reach the threshold of 5% of the vote to qualify the party for federal funds.
    Writing-in Bernie accomplishes nothing at all. Most states that provide for write-ins do not even count them unless the write-in candidate has declared his or her candidacy.

  • Rose Cottone Censale

    (July 27, 2016 - 7:19 am)

    Come molte PERSONE hanno quel sentiments di uccidere Umanita’ , vanno e sfogano quell’instinto con dei poveri Animali indifesi, SARANNNO PUNITI, SE no Legge Umana quella DIVINA, Io fossi Giudice in Galera, no gli innocenti per errori sono In Galera o Carcere, e gli Assassini fuori, Questo sistema e Corrotto, Amo gli animali moltissimo questo mi fa’ soffrire, presto il VERO GIUDICE Mettera’ TUTTO a posto.

  • Richard Ameil

    (July 27, 2016 - 9:12 am)

    “Conservation” by hunting is an archaic and selfish concept that hides behind conservation to justify its existence. The largest decline in wildlife has happened through an era when hunting was the dominant “management form.”

    Hunters claim that they kill the weak and starving animals, thus helping the population. In actuality, hunters want the biggest and the best, those with a huge rack for the mantle trophy. Diseased animals don’t provide much optimal meat and, of course, isn’t that what hunting is all about? Nature’s own system of balance allows the debilitated, old animals to die out in favor of “survival of the fittest.” But when hunters are killing the dominant, healthy animals, the best genes are removed from the herd’s gene pool – as are the most experienced individuals – which leaves the population weak.

    Stop trophy hunting, poaching and wildlife trafficking. Extinction is forever. worldgiraffefoundation.org

    • joyce wildermuth

      (July 31, 2016 - 5:06 pm)

      For years I’ve been saying what you have expressed regarding hunting managing animal population. Bravo!!!!

  • john and chris morrison

    (August 7, 2016 - 6:57 pm)

    I wouldn’t vote for Trump if I were given a million dollars ! He is the worst thing that has happened to our country – would RUIN us all if he would make a buck off it. His sons are more of the same…. trash.

  • Jan Haugen

    (August 8, 2016 - 10:12 am)

    VOTE FOR KILLARY
    She just let Americans be killed – not animals
    And is sponsored by the animal-friendly Saudi Arabia to the tune of millions USD……

    • Susan Trear

      (August 8, 2016 - 11:13 am)

      Jan – stick to the subject matter. It is Bush and Cheney who have killed millions upon millions with their phony WMD story. They are war criminals, Jan. Try to focus.

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