The Hill Connects Lion Killer To Mitt Romney

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While our corrupt and utterly useless media bands together to ignore horrific video and photos of Planned Parenthood’s wanton and maybe even criminal butchery of innocent babies, this same media is currently waging an outrage campaign over a lion shot and killed in Africa by a Minnesota dentist.

And now, because the media must always make the Republican Party answer for everything, The Hill is connecting the lion killer to Mitt Romney.

This is not satire:

The Minnesota dentist who authorities say killed a beloved Zimbabwe lion named Cecil donated to Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential campaign.

Federal Elections Commission forms shows Walter James Palmer, a dentist in Eden Prairie, Minn., donated $5,000 to the Romney campaign in 2012.

Palmer also donated $250 to former Rep. Jim Ramstad (R-Minn.) in 1990 and $250 to Ramstad in 1992.

Local news reports have identified Palmer as a dentist in the Minneapolis suburb of Bloomington who resides in Eden Prairie, another Twin Cities suburb.

The Minnesota dentist, a human being, is now in hiding due to numerous public death threats.

A request for comment from The Hill was not immediately returned.



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