Reports released today have exposed what the Obama administration was really spending tax payers money on.
The Washington Free Beacon has released a report showing that the National Park Service had authorized nearly $150,000 in grant money in 2016 to an Alaska-based non-profit group to fund research into such things as Bigfoot, sea monsters, unexplained lights in the sky and other paranormal activities.
The recipient of our tax payer money was a group known as Kawerak, Inc., which serves the various native peoples of the Bering Strait region.
Kawerak described the project as a study of the “knowledge, beliefs and experiences” residents of the Bering Strait region have of their “supernatural environment.” Some of this so called supernatural environment included Bigfoot and other fictional characters.
The Alaska grant “serves the program’s broader goals of fostering a climate of mutual understanding as well as natural resource and cultural connections between indigenous people of northwest Alaska and northeast Russia,” John Quinley, a spokesman for the park service told the Washington Free Beacon.
However this $650,000 dollars a year that is sent to the National Park Service is clearly being wasted on some of the most ridiculous things ever.
The wasteful spending on insane projects such as this is exactly why people refer to Washington as a swamp.