California prefers ‘free range rats’ over humans. Proposed poison ban


California is prepared to sacrifice human lives for the sake of wildlife apparently. The wise Progressives have let fester a growing health risk in allowing their rat population to explode with no interest in controlling their expanding population. The Democrats want to ban rat poison.

You can’t call them lazy. Once a female rat reproduces, she could have 15,000 descendants by the end of just one year!

NOTE: Your rat mileage may vary. For this model we are assuming rats become fertile after 9 weeks and proceed to have litters of 11 pups every 11 weeks. SOURCES: National GeographicIllinois Department of Public Health

Bloom is pushing for a new state law that would ban what is being called “second generation” rat and rodent poisons. The reason there are second generation poisons are the rats — the bane of anyone who has had rid their homes of them — have essentially developed immunity to rat poisons that worked for years.

So apparently the worry isn’t over parent’s having their kids bitten, or preventing California cities having middle-age diseases develop and spread.

Typhus is already well on it’s way in creating a serious health problem.

Typhus is supposed to be rare today because of our successful efforts to keep rodent populations in check and implementing sanitary living conditions. Like the bubonic plague, typhus is a nasty and painful disease that can be an effective killer as it has led to epidemics and pandemics. It killed more of Napoleon’s soldiers in his hasty 1812 retreat from Moscow than the Russians did. During World War I it was blamed for 3 million deaths in Russia plus hundreds of thousands in Poland and Romania.

The worry is over animals that so called “predatory species such as raptors, bobcats and foxes consume the poisoned rats.

 The analysis says that data is “less conclusive in pointing to (rat poisons) as the specific cause of death in necropsied animals.”

Freely translated, there is no clear scientific evidence that rat poison are killing hawks, bobcats and other predators.

In the end, what are a few human lives worth in comparing the joy of having “free range” rats.

I could point out that time is on the rats side. The longer it takes before addressing the homeless issue and not maintaining adequate sanitary conditions the more poison at some point will have to be used. All that needs to happen is one of them becomes rabid. Better yet after we have the Bubonic plague? Typhus and a host of medieval diseases descend?

If we are counting on our good friend the cat taking care of business in the rat department count again. Here is what is happening in Baltimore.

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Other than that, all is well in the swamp. Thanks to  Doug Ross  for the link and welcome readers. Thanks as well to WhatfingerNews for the link. Welcome readers from Pirate’s Cove
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38 Responses to “California prefers ‘free range rats’ over humans. Proposed poison ban”

  1. spiritasmodeus Says:

    All ive got to say is the black or bubonic plage was now considered to be human born and spread by bugs, gerbils, and being airbourne, rats are unable to carry the disease except a very small percentage that had it transfered to them, those few died off very quickly. Its not the rats we need to worry about but ourselves

    Liked by 1 person

    • bunkerville Says:

      Its how it gets started…by fleas… But your point is made.. Clean up CA>…


      • spiritasmodeus Says:

        sure but rats cant carry or be bitten by fleas, lice, or most insects aside from rat fleas, theyre a specific kind. and rat fleas cannot live off a rat for a long period of time due to the fat that they cannot bite or stay on any other living being


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  4. Whisperin Pints Says:

    After watching the video it’s obvious the city needs to send out teams of cloggers with boom-boxes playing stomp music.

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  5. Steve Dennis Says:

    It is amazing what is going on out there on the left coast and there is no sign of it getting better any sooner because they keep voting these people it. I don’t understand how they cannot see what is happening there and try to change it. It is so frustrating from the outside looking in, I can’t even begin to think what the people who want change and who live there actually feel!

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  6. Lori Says:

    Even the cats are becoming snowflakes–referring to the video.

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  7. the unit Says:

    Well, I eventually had to use a cage trap. Mercy! A cage!
    Rats really have better sense than most of our folks. They were taking the poison blocks I put out every night and storing them all for later use in an unused drawer in my workshop.
    I guess sooner or later. Like the Georgia state representative said…parapharsing…Kill them now or kill them later.
    And well the caught one’s I had to put to sleep some way. Not fair to release in another neighborhood.
    That would be a remedy for libs moving to red states. 🙂

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  8. dave drake Says:

    “Free Range Rats.” I love it, Bunk!!
    Poor rats, they just want to ride the yet-to-be-completed Cali’s high speed rail to relocate to a “better place.” 😀

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  9. geeez2014 Says:

    San Francisco has always treated the homeless as endangered species (Berkeley folks give manicures and massages to homeless instead of taking that energy and buying FOOD for them) and now we’re going to treat RATS as endangered species, too, to protect THEM? When I heard this on the news last night, even I was stunned…….

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  10. george227 Says:

    With our National Liar, Cheat, Braggart, Bigot, Grope, Sexual Predator, and Payoff King in office who worries about non-human rats?


  11. Mustang Says:

    I’m not sure I can agree with the title statement at this point, but I do think that if rats ever become politically viable as either voters or tax payers, the days of human dominance in California will most definitely be over.

    Liked by 1 person

    • bunkerville Says:

      Sooner or later the rats will kill the humans.. apparently it looks like they will pass the law. At 11,000 per female per year, how long before the worse diseases known to man begin?
      If this is passed, it is only a matter of time… If Napoleon had trouble with it, I can surmise it will come our way.

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    • george227 Says:

      MY gosh, i this what you read to keep up your hate for California?
      Jealousy does terrible things to immature minds in the Bible Belt.


      • Mustang Says:

        No one here hates anyone in California, you moron. But we are disgusted by people who (continually) choose leaders that allow public health issues to take a back seat to saving rodents, who ignore the massive homeless problems in your largest cities, and who think that illegal aliens are entitled to the rights and benefits of US citizenship. We question who in their right mind would want to live in a state like that … and thank you for your clarity in addressing that question.

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      • hocuspocus13 Says:

        Excuse me George 227

        You must have mistaken and misunderstood our words

        The RATS we speak of are those of the rodent world

        Not the California Politicians as you have assumed!

        But we can absolutely understand your misinterpretation

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      • peter3nj Says:

        Does Obamacare cover rat bites?

        Liked by 1 person

      • bunkerville Says:

        Peter code for rat biteshe following code(s) above W53.11XA contain annotation back-references that may be applicable to W53.11XA:
        V00-Y99 External causes of morbidity
        W50-W64 Exposure to animate mechanical forces
        W53 Contact with rodent


  12. peter3nj Says:

    I read an article years ago that stated the one reason rats do no literally overrun the planet is canabalism. They eat their young for food if necessary and they eat their weak and infirm.
    Surely the intellectually vapid will blame Trump should he still be in office when the rat shit hits the fan.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Great and then as well as the roach problem. They too have become immune from poison.. As long as there is plenty of food the sky’s the limit. No doubt they are figuring a way to blame Trump.


      • peter3nj Says:

        As we know the cockaroach like the crocodile have survived for millions of years and now the liberals will do their part in creating a nurturing environment for the rat.

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