July 2, 2021

Biden Nominee Believes Children are an "Environmental Hazard"

Tracy Stone-Manning, President Biden's nominee to lead the Bureau of Land Management, has been revealed to be a population control advocate.

Reporting by the Daily Caller revealed that Stone-Manning's 1992 graduate thesis focused on the idea of overpopulation. For her thesis, she created eight advertisements aiming to persuade Americans that they should have fewer children.

If there were fewer of us, we would have less impact,” Stone-Manning wrote in her thesis. “We must consume less, and more importantly, we must breed fewer consuming humans.”

One of the advertisements she created for her thesis included a picture of a baby with the caption: "Can you find the environmental hazard in this photo?

Stone-Manning said that the advertisements were aimed at couples planning families to convince them that “the earth can’t afford Americans.” She said she wanted the ads to be “ironic and shocking, because irony and shock have value. They stop readers and viewers, making them pay attention.”

Population control policies (if China is any example) lead to other human rights violations such as forced abortions, sterilizations, pregnancy discrimination.

Stone-Manning also faces heavy criticism for her involvement in acts of eco-terrorism. She avoided criminal penalties for her actions by testifying against her friend and former roommate.