WASHINGTON, D.C. (c) – On January 24, 2017, HSUS President/CEO Mr. Wayne Pacelle, and his minions, attempted to blame a “Bungling Bureaucracy” as the reason the “Proposed Rule” to remove the “Pads and Chains” to end “Big Lick” Animal Cruelty did not become law.
Mr. Pacelle and Secretary Vilsack needed a “Cover Story”, so Mr. Pacelle came up with the “Bungling Bureaucracy” song and dance to ‘splain everything.
DO THESE GUYS LOOK LIKE “THE BUNGLING BUREAUCRATS”????
Not to be outdone, Mr. Marty, Irby, Jr. who is Mr. Wayne Pacelle’s HSUS Ambassador to the President Donald J. Trump Administration wins the “Pinocchio Award” by parroting his boss’s “Make Believe” story.
HSUS AMBASSADOR TO THE PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP ADMINISTRATION
For the record, the Director of OMB (Office of Management & Budget) was Mr. Shaun Donovan. He served until January 20, 2017. Mr. Donovan is a DEMOCRAT just like Secretary Vilsack is a DEMOCRAT. Both of whom were appointed by former President Barack Obama who is a DEMOCRAT.
As a member of the President’s Cabinet, former Agriculture Secretary Mr. Tom “$754,449” Vilsack could easily have gotten fellow Democrat Obama appointee OMB Director Mr. Shaun Donovan to publish any “Federal Rule” he wanted.
Unfortunately for “The Horses” – Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack (D-IA) and Mr. Wayne Pacelle – apparently did not focus on the proposed “Federal Rule” to remove the “Pads and Chains” being published expeditiously in the Federal Register. If he had, it would have been done with plenty of time to spare.
The truth is that HSUS President/CEO Mr. Wayne Pacelle and former U. S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack (D-IA) “Bet The Ranch” on Hillary Clinton being President of the United States.
And when Republican candidate Donald J. Trump pulled a 70 year upset on November 8, 2016, both Mr. Wayne Pacelle and Agriculture Tom Vilsack simply “went in the tank” along with the proposed “Federal Rule”.
Nephew Eugene says don’t be too hard on Mr. Marty Irby, Jr., HSUS Ambassador to the President Donald J. Trump Administration. Mr. Irby certainly knows better, but he also has rent to pay.
According to an impeccable source, Mr. Wayne Pacelle said it (“Federal Rule”) must be done “before the Trump Administration takes over”. So if you “invest” $754,449.00 in a guy (Secretary Vilsack), who unquestionably can get the proposed “Federal Rule” published in the Federal Register, and it doesn’t get done, and his shelf life is about to expire, who gets the blame?
Unfortunately, the HSUS President/CEO Mr. Wayne Pacelle has a history of laying the blame off on others when things blow up.
There was the 2014 PAST ACT alleged scandal involving an investigation of lead sponsor Rep. Ed Whitfield (R-KY). Congressman Whitfield’s wife, Connie, an HSUS Lobbyist who reported directly to Mr. Wayne Pacelle. Mr. Whitfield issued a Statement on July 31, 2014, that he was quitting on the PAST Act, and Rep. Whitfield never issued another public statement to the Bill’s supporters. In the face of the House Ethics Investigation into alleged improprieties, Mr. Whitfield resigned seat in Congress in 2016.
Despite Mr. Whitfield’s “spitting out the bit”, the U. S. Senate in the lame duck 2014 session was controlled by Democrats. Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) was the Senate Majority Leader. An earlier email of Mr. Pacelle’s said the HSUS should be able to get Senator Reid to invoke cloture vote and get the PAST Act a Floor Vote in the U. S. Senate.
When it came time to do that, Mr. Pacelle didn’t deliver. He blamed the PAST ACT not getting a floor vote in the U. S. Senate on an “Unidentified Republican Senator” who blocked the vote.
That was pure baloney.
Due to the alleged Whitfield Ethics Scandal involving HSUS Lobbyist Ms. Connie Whitfield who reported directly to Mr. Pacelle, he didn’t push for Senator Majority Leader Reid to invoke cloture to allow a Senate floor vote on the measure.
December 10, 2014
January 29, 2017
Part III of this series will deal with the way forward.
Nephew Eugene says all “These Guys” want is for the “Federal Rule” removing the “Pads and Chains” to be published in the Federal Register.