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Friday, 20 September 2019

‘An absolute lie’: PETA’s attempt to slam a hunter’s argument about conservation & wildlife mgt gets truth bombed into oblivion

The Twitter account for PETA eventually decided on a comeback to a tweeter who gave them a reminder they didn’t want to hear:
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HUNTERS HAVE DONE MORE FOR SPECIES CONSERVATION AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT THAN YOUR ORGANIZATION COULD EVER HOPE TO... https://twitter.com/peta/status/1174475441928884224 

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This was PETA’s comeback:
And to “prove” their point, PETA linked to an article at PETA’s website. It wasn’t nearly enough to stop a stampede of reality checks:
1) it took you 14 hours to come up with this response? yikes.

2) literally every wildlife biologist and scientist disagrees with your assertion

3) sportsmen and women have contributed literally BILLIONS of dollars to conservation efforts...ask any state wildlife agency

4) https://twitter.com/peta/status/1174692102455943169 

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It's a good thing for @PETA that lies won't get you banned from Twitter. Hunters and fishermen not only do more for conservation than PETA, in some cases, they are the only hope for preservation and expansion of species.

See Jay Kelley's other Tweets

Nice try though, PETA.

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