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Aug 29 2022

Profiles in Countermoonbattery: NYC Kebab-Eater

Animal rights kooks went wild in New York City on Saturday as part of PETA’s “World Day for the End of Speciesism”:

The animal rights activists were furious that people were eating ice cream.

Not even Joe Biden is enough of a moonbat for vegans.

Outside the Fendi store, protesters spilled fake blood and said the luxury fashion brand had “blood on its hands.” There were also screams of, “50 dead animals for one fur coat!”

No word on how many dead eagles for 1 kilowatt-hour of inefficient green energy.

The crowd demanded a “fur-free NYC” in front of the Louis Vuitton store.

To a moonbat, freedom is a world free of all the things they don’t like.

Outside a McDonald’s restaurant, demonstrators yelled, “It’s not McDonald’s, it’s mcmurder!”

McDonald’s would be wise to run with this in a new advertising campaign. It shares a consumer base with rap, which is well known for monetizing the glorification of violence.

Standing near the front door of the Nike store, animal activists claimed that the colossal shoe manufacturer kills 2 million kangaroos a year.

Then a countermoonbat calmly tossed a wrench into the wokeness:

One man infiltrated the protest and trolled the animal rights activists by eating shish kebab right in front of the demonstrators. Multiple animal activists lost their minds because the man had the audacity to eat meat. The scene became incredibly intense, but the vitriol didn’t stop the man from enjoying his shish kebab.

In a world succumbing to moonbattery, just eating a shish kebab is an act of rebellion on behalf of sanity. Kudos:

In an astonishing example of the projection and gaslighting we have come to associate with moonbats, PETA campaign specialist Ashley Byrne implied that it was the kebab-eater who was throwing a tantrum:

“[I]t’s not unusual for some people to throw a tantrum. It’s nothing activists haven’t seen.

“We are provoking people to think,” Byrne said, “and if that thought makes them uncomfortable good.”

The moonbats became so unhinged precisely because the kebab-eater wasn’t uncomfortable about eating a normal human diet in front of them.

On tips from Wiggins and Occam’s Stubble.


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