Trump reveals abandonment of Puerto Rico part of Conservation Plan

The Trump Administration announced today the rational behind their abandonment of storm ravaged Puerto Rico. Surprisingly, the reasoning was focused on conservation.

Trump released the following statement:

“The Puerto Rico, I hear, is fantastic. My son, not Eric, the other one, the good one, loves to do fishing, he says to me, “Mr. Trump,” he calls me Mr. Trump,” he says to me “Do you ever wonder what it would be like to fish back in the 1800’s?” and I say to him “No,” but it gets me thinking, right, because I’m a great thinker, maybe one of the best thinkers, everyone is saying so, like on Fox they said that this morning, I think, well, if they didn’t say it, someone else did, maybe Carson, and I was thinking I can make Puerto Rico just like it was back in the old days before Russia and back when America was Great, and we are making it great again, you can be sure of that, and I thought, “No power!” Right? So, bam, big storm, not that storm, I mean the hurricane storm, comes and wipes out a bunch of infrastructure and, BAM, now it’s just like it was in the 1800’s and maybe Junior will get down there to fish for a bit and he can tell me what it was like to fish in the 1800’s. So, it is really about, ya know, the fish, #respecttheresource, and I think all these leftists and the failing Washington Post and all that, that they should say Thank You for what we do. I just think they should say Thank You and that’s what I think should happen because I don’t think there has ever been an administration that has done something like this, this forward kind of thinking about going back and the greatness and the people are going to love it.”

At last, the mystery is solved.



  1. Justin Lucchesse

    Your website would be better if you did not introduce your political bias. The other side tolerated 8 years of Obama much better than thee left.

  2. bonefishbjorn

    My website is a reflection of me, of my views, of my experiences, of my interests, of my concerns, of my worries, of my victories and of my defeats. You dislike my dig at our 45th President. OK. I dislike his abandonment of Puerto Rico, where US Citizens live. That’s a place with bonefish and tarpon and permit as well.

    I dislike this administration re-opening the fight against the Pebble Mine. I dislike this administration throwing out regulations prohibiting the dumping of mining waste in rivers. I dislike the rolling back of rules that required a mining company to have the funds on hand to cover mitigation before they do the mining.

    I mean… these guys are not on your side if you like natural places and the fish that live those places.

    Fishing IS political.

    “We have reached the time in the life of the planet, and humanity’s demand upon it, when every fisherman will have to be a river-keeper, a steward of marine shallows, a watchman on the high seas. We are beyond having to put back what we have taken out. We must put back more than we take out.”
    – Thomas McGuane – The Longest Silence

    Who in this administration is your champion of wild places?

  3. bonefishbjorn you are 100% right. Thank you for your this article and your comment in details. Your website should be a reflection of you, your views, your experiences.

  4. Boo fucking hoo. Your just another Russian Rube…you get that dont you?!!!!

  5. Justin Lucchesse

    I agree with all of your points, we have one home and we should all have a vested interest in protecting it regardless of politics. Everything you highlighted in your rebuttal is truthful and deserving of bringing to angler’s/voters attention. As for Mr. 45, it is our right as an American to disagree, but there are productive methods and non-productive methods. As both sides do extreme measures, we all lose-including our fishing holes and species. Thank you for your response

  6. “you’re”

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