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NEW POLL SHOWS DONALD TRUMP LEADING AT 40%, THANKS TO HIS HUNTER SONS AND CECIL THE LION

imageWASHINGTON, D.C. (The Adobo Chronicles® ) – No publicity is bad publicity.

A new  Adobo Chronicles® poll shows Donald Trump leading all  Republican candidates for president by 40%, up from 20% the previous week.

Trump’s surge has been attributed to the killing of Cecil, the Zimbabwe lion by an American dentist, an incident that has outraged Americans and elicited worldwide condemnation of the sport of hunting. But what has Cecil got to do with Trump?

This week, gory photos of his trophy-hunting sons Eric and Don, Jr.  resurfaced online, tying his family to the very practice that has sparked fierce backlash in recent days.image

When asked for his response at a press conference in Scotland this week, Trump was reportedly far from condemning of the fact that his sons had a hobby of killing innocent animals, too.
“My sons love to hunt,” The Telegraph and The Daily Mail report Trump said, though he reportedly refused to directly address shooting endangered animals. “They are members of the NRA (National Rifle Association)  very proudly. I am a big believer in the Second Amendment. But my sons are hunters, Eric is a hunter and I would say he puts it on a par with golf, if not ahead of golf. My other son, Don, is a hunter. They’re great marksman, great shots, they love it.”

An analysis of the new poll results shows that the respondents that gave Trump a overhwelming lead were card-carrying members of the NRA and American millionnaires whose families participate in killing animals for sports.

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WHILE AMERICANS HUNT AND KILL LIONS, FILIPINOS KEEP TIGERS AS PETS

Left: Palmer with unidentified fellow hunter pose with a lion (not Cecil) they killed; Right: Unidentified Filipino with his pet tiger named Cisco
Left: Palmer and unidentified fellow hunter pose with a lion (not Cecil) they killed; Right: Unidentified Filipino with his pet tiger named Cisco

MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles®) – The killing of Cecil the Zimbabwe Lion by American dentist Walter Palmer has generated worldwide outrage and has focused attention on the ethics of hunting as a sport.

Thousands of miles away from Bloomington, Minnesota, where Palmer lives and holds his dental practice, there’s the opposite end of the spectrum as far as treatment of animals are concerned.

In the Philippines, animals and people coexist in perfect harmony. In contrast to the barbaric practice of lion hunting by Americans and others, Filipinos are being praised for allowing tigers into their homes, as pets.

It’s more fun in the Philippines, where killing is unnecessary.