Donald Trump Declares War on Obama’s Bird Killing, Hurricane Causing Wind Turbines

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By Andrew Stiles | 3:00 pm, November 23, 2016

Donald Trump plans to take forceful action to curtail the havoc wrought by President Obama’s bird killing, hurricane causing wind turbines, the president-elect told the New York Times on Tuesday.

“I have a problem with wind,” Trump said. “They kill all the birds. You go to a windmill, you know in California they have the, what is it? The golden eagle? And they’re like, if you shoot a golden eagle, they go to jail for five years and yet they kill them by, they actually have to get permits that they’re only allowed to kill 30 or something in one year. The windmills are devastating to the bird population.”

Eagles VS Wind Turbines

Obama’s heavily-subsidized wind turbines are believed to be responsible for up to 328,000 bird deaths per year. In many cases, these killings are allowed under special permits the government provides to wind farm operators to exempt them from federal laws prohibiting the killing of protected species such as golden eagles and majestic bald eagles.

crying eagle dead

For some reason, Trump did not weigh in on the widely held theory that wind turbines are also responsible for causing hurricanes, which can then be harnessed by the military to exact vengeance on political enemies.

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The mainstream media has gone to great lengths to cover up the connection between wind turbines and hurricanes. Many analysts suspect that due to their association with “wind” and “energy” — two of the main ingredients in hurricanes — the turbines are merely a front for the U.S. military secret weather weaponization project, launched at the direction of President Obama.


It is not clear whether Trump is even aware of the military power wind turbines might be able to unleash in the future, or if he is simply dishing out rhetoric to conceal his plans to deploy hurricanes against, for example, ISIS terrorists in Syria. Of course, it’s likely that Obama may try to abolish the program and destroy all evidence of its existence before Trump is sworn in as president.