One Canadian man was enjoying the great outdoors on his spring hunt when he happened upon a black bear in the distance. He stayed calm and patiently waited for the bear to pass without disturbing it. The bear had other ideas, however.
Richard Wesley, a locomotive engineer and “proud North American native,” living in Hearst, Ontario captured every hunter’s worst nightmare on camera.
An experienced hunter, Wesley knew that black bears will often bluff when charging, so he stood his ground and made lots of noise to scare the bear off.
In this case, unfortunately for Wesley, the bear meant business and proceeded to leap at him. Black bears are excellent at climbing and most bears can outrun humans so Wesley was forced to do the unthinkable: Fight a bear with his bare hands.
A satire of the wildly popular “Pokèmon Go” mobile gaming app, Trump’s “Crookèd Hillary No” video shows Clinton being caught alongside his “Make America Great Again” slogan.
Once caught, stats featured next to the Crookèd Hillary creature reveal the Democratic candidate’s controversial background.
The Pokèmon type is listed as “Career Politician” while the number “30,000” is listed next to “Emails Deleted,” a description reads.
“Often found lying to the American people, rigging the system, and sharing TOP SECRET emails.”
According to the video, Crookèd Hillary’s next evolution – a term referring to a Pokèmon’s transformation into a stronger creature – will be “Unemployment.”
At the time of publishing, Clinton has yet to respond to the viral video.