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PETA Crucified Online in Response to Absurd Post

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One of the most cringe-worthy left-wing lobby groups got absolutely roasted on the internet after it made perhaps its most intellectually vacuous post in the history of its online existence.

In case you haven’t seen it yet, PETA published an infographic imploring its followers to stop using phrases like “kill two birds with one stone,” and to instead use phrases that are less offensive to animals such as “feed two birds with one scone.”

If your first impression of this is that it has to be a joke, you’re not alone — we thought that too. The inclusion of the phrase “feed a fed horse” as a suggested replacement for “beat a dead horse” just reinforced this. But nope — PETA was completely serious, and that just made it funnier.

It’s unclear what PETA’s intention was by publishing what they did. Are they under the impression that animals across the planet are deeply offended by these very common phrases? If you have a pet living in your home, maybe you can ask. We tried doing that too, but the dog just keeps looking at us with a blank expression on his face. Perhaps he knows exactly how stupid this is — but more likely he just needs to be taken outside to take a PETA.

Yes, that last bit was on purpose.

Here’s Carl Benjamin with more on how deliriously stupid PETA is.

~ Liberty Video News


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