New Low for PETA
Among the most terrifying beasts are those that live in the sea, as a Longboat Key, Florida resident learned recently:
Charles Wickersham, 21, was bitten by an apparent shark while he was spearfishing several miles off the coast of Anna Maria Island.
Wickersham remains in intensive care after the apparent shark attack.
But moonbats found a silver lining to the horrific attack. PETA was able to exploit it by launching an appallingly tasteless propaganda campaign. This ad will go on benches and billboards near Anna Maria Island:
Bleats campaign director Ashley Byrne:
“We do hope that this painful and frightening experience makes him think about the pain and fear that he’s causing to fish — and other fisherman are causing to fish.”
Yet again the animal exterminators at PETA emphasize that they are not so much pro-animal as anti-human. This places them in the mainstream of modern liberal thought.
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