Center for Consumer Freedom Ad Slams Extremists Opposing Right to Farm Question in OklahomaFri, 04 Nov 2016 16:11:28 CDT
Today the Center for Consumer Freedom, which runs www.HumaneWatch.org, released an ad running in Sunday’s Oklahoman exposing the agenda of the Humane Society of the United States, which is funding opposition to Question 777, a “Right to Farm” constitutional amendment. The ad urges a “Yes” vote on the amendment on Tuesday.
View the ad here.
The Humane Society of the United States, which is not affiliated with local humane societies and runs no pet shelters, is an extreme animal liberation group that has the admitted goal “to get rid of the entire (animal agriculture) industry.” A number of HSUS staff worked for PETA, including HSUS’s senior food policy director, who designed a PETA campaign comparing modern farms to Nazi concentration camps.
HSUS’s radical agenda is even more wide-ranging than ending animal agriculture, as HSUS’s CEO Wayne Pacelle has even proclaimed, “I don’t want to see another cat or dog born.” HSUS also settled a racketeering and bribery lawsuit for nearly $11 million in 2014, and Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt has issued a public “consumer alert” against HSUS.
“Question 777 offers vital legal protections for family farmers across Oklahoma against extremists who are against eating meat, eggs, and dairy products,” said Will Coggin, CCF’s research director. “If you support farmers, ranchers, or your right to enjoy bacon, a ‘Yes’ vote is the only responsible choice.”
The Radio Oklahoma Ag Network encourages you to perform due diligence on State Question 777- we have several resources gathered together in one place that may help you do that- click here for info that will help you on State Question 777- which includes the actual language of the measure that you will see on Ballot and several interviews done by RON with proponents and opponents of the State Question.
Source - Center for Consumer Freedom
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