Many people are now saying that Fischer should resign.
“I don’t know how you can say anything good about a photo of a guy smiling with a stack of dead baboons with a baby in front,” Keith Carlson, a former Fish and Game commissioner, told the Idaho Statesman. “And I’m a hunter — I’ve been a hunter forever.”
“I’m sure what you did was legal, however, legal does not make it right,” Fred Trevey, who was a Fish and Game commissioner from 2007 to 2015, wrote to Fischer in an email obtained by the Idaho Statesman.
“They killed a whole family, including small baboons, and I think that’s revolting,” Keith Stonebraker, another former commissioner, said, calling for a public apology.