Alaska Republican’s Solution for Homelessness: Wolves
Young looks like an elder of the Afrikaner Broederbond, which may not be coincidence.
Alaska Republican Rep. Don Young offered an innovative proposal for addressing the problem of homelessness in America on Thursday: Release the wolves.
According to the Washington Post, Young made the comments during a House Natural Resources Committee hearing on the Interior Department’s budget.
“How many of you have got wolves in your district?” he asked his colleagues “None. None. Not one.”
“They haven’t got a damn wolf in their whole district,” Young added. “I’d like to introduce them in your district. If I introduced them in your district, you wouldn’t have a homeless problem anymore.”
Young was reportedly trying to make the point that the Interior Department makes budgetary decisions without consulting with the states those decisions would affect. He believes gray wolves should be removed from the endangered species list, and was ridiculing his colleagues’ efforts to protect the wolves.