Multiple counties in Utah have come out in opposition to President Biden’s eco-terrorism-linked nominee to lead the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Tracy Stone-Manning.

Eight counties in the Beehive State as well as the Utah State Association of County Commissions and Councils (USACCC) passed resolutions against Stone-Manning’s nomination to lead the agency that oversees millions of acres of federal land.

The USACCC's resolution passed unanimously, declaring that Stone-Manning "is unfit and disqualified to lead the BLM and National Director nor to hold any office of responsibility in the United States Government."

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"A National BLM Director should never be under a cloud of suspicion over alleged ties to eco-terrorism, never be on record urging destruction of human dwellings in a wildfire, never be widely suspected of misleading a Senate Committee when exercising its oversight role," the USACCC stated in the resolution obtained by Fox News.

The USACCC also said a BLM director should "never be be linked to drastic population control policies that hideously limit children and call a baby an environmental hazard, never be under a cloud for allegedly taking financial favors for advocating a position on an environmental matter, and never be a reputed wholesale opponent of public lands grazing when the BLM’s very creation was to manage the unreserved public domain as grazing districts and allotments, among other uses."

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The resolution concluded with the USACCC calling on the Senate to "reject" Stone-Manning’s nomination and warned about the potential future with her at the helm of the BLM.

"Protecting public lands management from the blight of eco-terrorism, criminal conduct and the specter of China-style population control are at risk if the Senate does not reject the nomination of Tracy Stone-Manning," the county coalition’s resolution warned.

Additionally, the Oregon Farm Bureau came out in opposition against Stone-Manning on Wednesday.

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Joining the USACCC in speaking out against Stone-Manning’s nomination are Utah's Beaver, Cache, Carbon, Duchesne, Garfield, Iron, Piute and Wayne counties.

Stone-Manning’s nomination to lead BLM was discharged out of the Senate committee last week and will soon be up for a full Senate vote.

The White House did not respond to Fox News’ request for comment.