There is ample proof that environmentalists colluded with EPA officials during the Obama Administration to draw up plans to shut down fossil fuel industries. Now there is proof that politicians of both political parties are collaborating with animal rights groups as part of their efforts to shut down meat production. Remember, animal rights is about the animalistic treatment of humans and not the humane or ethical treatment of animals.
Are your elected officials working for you or animal rights activists?
Are animal rights activists in the back pocket of your legislators? Find out today and hold these politicians accountable!
Amanda Radke | Mar 11, 2020 – Beef Magazine
It’s an election year, and the divisiveness in this country seems to be greater than ever before between Democrats and Republicans. At least, it seems that’s what the media would like us to think anyway.
And while I think the majority of Americans have more in common than what we are led to believe, what worries me more than the perceived red and blue divide is the realization that some politicians are being influenced and doing the dirty work for slick lobbying machines including animal rights extremist groups like the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS). And trust me what I say these groups have none of our best interests as a top priority.
Many of you know that I’ve been vocally opposed to HSUS since I first got my start working in the agricultural advocacy space in 2006. Back then, they were kind of the “new kids on the block,” and when people thought of animal rights activists, they thought of the crazy, outlandish stunts pulled by groups like PETA.
However, HSUS is a smooth operator. They know that standing naked on a faux grill on a street corner is a cute publicity stunt that is better suited for PETA protesters. Instead of pulling theatrics, they focus on the “four L’s” — lobbying, litigation, legislation and limiting animal ownership and usage through every avenue possible.