Have You Seen This? Bear strolls into highway patrol facility

Have You Seen This? Bear strolls into highway patrol facility

(California Highway Patrol, Facebook)

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HUMAN HQ — For years I have been trying to warn all of you that the bearpocalypse was coming, but most of you laughed.

I’ve shown you evidence of the bears' plans to take over the world, but you passed it off as humor or insanity. I’ve warned you that these aren’t conspiracy theories of a mad man who’s terrified of bears, but rather inevitabilities from a man who desperately wants to survive Bearmageddon. For all you doubters out there, I now have new evidence for you from our friends in the California Highway Patrol.

This video was posted on the Donner Pass Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Facebook page. The video shows a bear walking into the Donner Pass facility and taking a look around. This may look innocent enough, but this bear knew what he was doing.

First off, this bear soldier opened a door. I have human kids who can’t do that. Also, this is clearly a recon mission as this bear is getting into a government facility most likely to get information. And apparently, this wasn’t the bear's first trip to the facility. There is video of the same bear checking out the parking lot on another occasion, scouting things out and finding the best way in.

Look, I get it. These bears often look adorable, but remember, this is a war and we’re currently losing.

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About the Author: John Clyde ----------------------------

John has grown up around movies and annoys friends and family with his movie facts and knowledge. He also has a passion for sports and pretty much anything awesome, and it just so happens, that these are the three things he writes about. Contact him on Twitter at @johnnypclyde.

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