PETA Ad Calls For Deporting ‘Undesirable’ Trophy Hunter Donald Trump Jr.

People for the Honest Treatment of Animals may post a cheeky billboard ad   in two towns across the Mexican border calling for the expulsion of “ undesirable” elephant trophy hunter Donald Trump Jr. ,   the group reports.

“ Deport Callous Cheating Opportunists Now, ” the particular ad states, with an arrow directing to a photo of Trump who’ s holding the bloodied sliced-off tail of an elephant he murdered in Africa in 2012. “ All of the nations have their undesirables. Kindness desired. ”

The ads will be put into El Paso and Laredo, Tx, just as Donald Trump is getting ready to call out the National Safeguard to police the border.

“ While people are fleeing to the Oughout. S. to escape violence, overprivileged, callous, cheating louts like Donald Trump Jr. are flying overseas in order to gun down living, feeling creatures just for fun, ” PETA Leader Ingrid Newkirk said in a declaration calling Trump’ s eldest kid a “ bad hombre. ”

Trump and his brother Eric , each avid game hunters,   had been featured in a series of controversial photos submitted online posing along with animals they had killed in The african continent in 2012, including an elephant, is definitely the, kudu, civet cat, leopard plus waterbuck.

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Eric plus Donald Trump Jr. pose along with one of their kills.

Following the photos were posted, Donald Junior. told a critic in a twitter update that he was proud to be “ a hunter. ”

Donald Trump last year lifted an Obama administration prohibit on American hunters importing trophy tusks and other elephant body parts in to the U. S., but he then turned himself after a public outcry. Yet early last month, Trump once again silently lifted the ban   in a memorandum.

The chief executive last year called elephant hunting the “ scary show . ”

Africa elephants have been listed as vulnerable under the Endangered Species Act considering that 1979.  

“ Elephants aren’ t meant to be trophies, they’ re meant to roam free, ” Tanya Sanerib, international legal movie director at the Center for Biological Variety, told The Associated Press .