Animal Rights Morons Stage Bloody Slaughter at Chick-Fil-A. That'll Do It...
SJWs are experts when it comes to virtue signaling, writing blockheaded chants, and building fires from trash cans (see BRAGGING? Antifa Website Proudly Promotes Violence Against ‘Nazi’ Trump Supporters… and Liberal Media Freaks Over ‘Violent’ GIF, Downplays ACTUAL Violence at G20 Riots). Vegan SJWs are especially starved for attention (and a protein-rich diet), feeling the need to scream at kids nom-nomming chicken. Don't blame vegans though, malnutrition makes for bad decisions.
An animal rights group staged a bloody slaughter at a Chick-Fil-A in Florida, scary enough to unsettle the fried chicken.
“We came in there with the approach to show the reality of this is what’s happening to these animals,” Kayla Leaming, an organizer with Direct Action Everywhere, told FOX13 Tampa.
“We feel like that was feeding into the speciesism that we’re trying to fight. Speciesism is basically just the idea that one life is more important than the other, simply because of the body they were born into.”
Speciesist. Conservatives will need to add this insult to racist, homophobic, Islamophobic, sexist, patriarchial, and fascist in their Twitter bios. Don't forget a bacon emoji for extra triggering.
But wait, there's more:
Customer Tina Leacock, who was with the fast-food restaurant with her kids, took video of the incident, which happened on Cow Appreciation Day.
“There were young children there who saw everything happen and couldn't tell the difference between it being real or fake,” Leacock wrote. “I'm all for everyone having their own opinion, but when you come into a place full of children, with a knife in hand and proceed to cut the throats of a person dressed up as a chicken and a cow, all to get a point across, that's going [too] far,” she added.
Going to agree with Tina here. Everyone is free to have their opinions. If someone thinks eating delicious chicken is problematic, that's perfectly fine to have that opinion. More nuggs for the rest of us. But to stage a bloody slaughter reenactment in front of chitlins who're simply enjoying their delightful chicken dishes? Extreme. The giant knives were seven steps too far.
Secondly, as far as I know, Chick-Fil-A is private property. These vegan dimwits do not have a right to "peacefully protest with bloody slaughter reenactments" on private property.
Thirdly, this is what happens to people when they deny themselves essential amino acids from meaty protein: they become morons of the highest order of stupidity, and we're left with the delightful task of comparing them to that double stick glue some higher end companies use to affix coupons to card stock. You know the kind.
Co-written by Nichole Cooper and Courtney Kirchoff