PETA anti-hunting Facebook debate backfires

August 24, 2017 - photo frame

It certainly sounded like a good idea. People for a Ethical Treatment of Animals built a digital print support that reads, “Shoot Selfies, Not Animals,” and done it accessible to Facebook users.

The debate was clearly designed to inspire adults of a universe to perspective animals some-more like a bushy creatures in Disney cinema rather than walking steaks, roasts and belligerent meat.

But a plan backfired. Spectacularly.

Hunters via Louisiana and over have used a support to uncover off some harvests they’re quite unapproachable of. Surely a classification is repelled to learn a reticent hicks in a sport open even HAVE computers.

Facebook Thursday morning was installed with images like these:

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