Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt is currently receiving the internet’s attention for trolling PETA.
After PETA put up a billboard calling Governor Kevin Stitt a “meathead,” and also calling for people to “go vegan for life,” the governor fired up the grill and fired back at PETA with a good ol’ fashioned cookout… right under the billboard.
Governor Stitt has already proved he’s got a taste for wild game meat in addition to beef, and he knows how to operate and bow and arrow too.
He’s also a legitimate bear hunter.
Something that I’m sure will outrage the folks at PETA even more.
Yessir, that’s my Governor! Anyone else have a Governor that hunts bears with a bow? Didn’t think so! #OKTopTen #OutdoorOklahoma
Oklahoma’s archery bear season in southeast part of the state takes place in mid October.
The large majority of bears in Oklahoma are shot on private land by hunters with crossbows during the first week of the archery season. For more details in bear hunting in the Sooner State, the Department of Conservation is your best resource.
“We hang the meat in a cooler for about 24-48 hours and then it is butchered with the cuts similar to a pig. Bear meat has a very similar texture to pork but a flavor more in line with beef. My favorite cuts of bear meat are roasts, chops, and burgers.
The most versatile part of a bear is the fat, which is cut off the carcass immediately after skinning to allow the meat to cool. This fat is then frozen before being rendered down to make bear oil and tallow.
This rendered tallow has multiple uses. Sali utilizes this by making her own signature soaps, lip balm, beard balm, and cooking oil. She also uses bear claws to make custom jewelry.”