Selective Outrage

The heads of Animal right’s groups and their mindless minions are nothing but frauds. I say this knowing it’s going to piss a lot of people off.

To be clear — many of my friends and my family (including my wife) all support ‘animal rights,’ meaning we do not want to see any animal suffer. I can honestly say that jus’ about everyone I know is more than willing to step in if they were witnessing an animal being abused in some way (and you know who you are.)

But there are times when common sense is simply trounced by ‘progressive stupidity.’

Below is a ‘cute’ picture which aired on the Ellen DeGeneres Show in July 2014.
No one complained. In fact, many found this picture to be endearing and cute, including me.

On New Year’s Day 2015, former political candidate Sarah Palin posted pictures of her child doing the same thing.
Animal Right’s activists went crazy. PETA president Ingrid Newkirk tweeted, “Odd that a mother found it appropriate 2 post that, w no sympathy 4 the dog.”

Odd d prez of PETA cn’t b bthrd 2 type actl wrds lik n adlt, bt o wll

And while Friends of Animals president Priscilla Feral released a statement that contained full words and real sentences, it made even less sense:

“It’s no surprise to Friends of Animals that Sarah Palin is so insensitive she thinks a black Lab should be tolerant of a child who isn’t told to not put his full weight on top of the dog’s back by standing on him,” Feral’s statement read. “How lazy of Sarah Palin not to move the dog out of the way and teach her child the right lessons.”

Of course, when the picture from DeGeneres’s show resurfaced in the argument showing the glaring inconsistency’s, neither were anywhere to be found.

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