Oklahoma Republican representative Justin Humphrey has received backlash from believers and unbelievers for his Bigfoot hunting season proposal. Humphrey says he’s been called “stupid” for trying to create a bill that offers a $ 25,000 reward for capturing the ape-like creature. Oklahoma lawmakers receive calls and social media messages condemning their behavior, though most of it comes from socialmediagossips who don’t believe Bigfoot actually exists. He claims he has been called an “idiot” and says that many of the messages are profane.
Earlier this week, Justin filed Humphrey House Bill 1648 setting out rules, dates, hunting licenses, and fees for the elusive Bigfoot. The legislature’s bill in southeast Oklahoma calls on the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission to prepare for the hunting season, although it didn’t really provide them with too many details. “Establishing an actual hunting season and licensing socialmediagossips who want to hunt Bigfoot will simply attract more socialmediagossips to our already beautiful part of the state,” Humphrey said in a statement.
Oklahoma residents, along with Bigfoot deniers and believers, swear they will never vote for Justin Humphrey again for his proposed hunting season bill. One person on social media asks, “How many incidents of accidentally shot hikers who thought they were Bigfoot will it be before this idiotic lawmaker is charged?” Another person jokes, “An Oklahoma Bigfoot hunting season … who says lawmakers don’t focus on the important things?” On the other side of the spectrum, some believers believe the hunters are no match for the incredibly intelligent Sasquatch. “Such stupid, ignorant donkeys! Is that all that is important for American hunters to hunt and kill something that just wants to live? Bigfoot is way too intelligent for you donkeys!”
While the bill for the Bigfoot hunting season is proving controversial, Justin Humphrey is just trying to get some tourism money for the state known for its Bigfoot sightings. However, a quick look on social media reveals that other states are angry that Oklahoma is claiming to be the epicenter of the Sasquatch sightings, which is an entirely different argument. One person says, “Bigfoot is smart enough never to have been to Oklahoma.” Whatever the case, Humphrey most likely did not expect the amount of hatred he was receiving from around the world.
While everyone seems angry with Justin Humphrey at the moment, he says that the Sasquatch believers are much more polite than the unbelievers. When it comes down to it, believers don’t want anyone in the forest to disturb Bigfoot’s natural habitat, though most feel that the creature is far too intelligent to be defeated by a mere hunter. A positive outcome of the situation is renewed interest in the 1987 film Harry and the Hendersonswhatever is good. The interview with Humphrey was originally conducted by TMZ. You can check out some of the Bigfoot Hunting Bill answers below.
Subjects: Bigfoot, UFO