OOPS! After Taking 1.3 Million Acres, White House Tweets Out PIC OF WRONG PLACE

Wow . . . Obama’s people are incompetent!

After unilaterally taking 1.3 million acres of Utah land, the White House tweeted this out:

Here’s the picture, in case they remove the tweet:

That’s a picture of Arches National Park, which has been protected since 1929.

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The Daily Caller reported:

“The White House took to Twitter Wednesday to promote President Barack Obama’s latest monument designations in the Western U.S., but its tweet had a picture of a completely different national park.

Obama created the Bears Ears and Gold Butte national monuments, but it’s Wednesday tweet included a picture of the Three Gossips at Arches National Park that was created in 1929 . . . Arches National Park was re-designated as a national park in 1971 and is about a two-and-a-half hour drive to the newly-created Bears Ears National Monument, but the two federal parks have very distinct geological features.”

Twitter users weighed in:

And so did Utah’s representatives. Senator Orrin Hatch said this:

Rep. Jason Chaffetz:

Share so everyone sees: The Obama Administration’s incompetence knows no bounds!

H/T Chris_1971


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