Superbowl Weekend Commercial Exposes The Corrupt Business Scheme of Humane Society…

In a commercial that aired shortly before the beginning of the Super Bowl, an effective ad run by Consumer Freedom skewers and exposes the deceptive practices of the Humane Society of the U.S. (HSUS).

The Humane Society only gives 1% of raised fund to local animal shelters, and it does not run any shelter activity. HSUS is a political lobbying group that advances the political objectives of left-wing activists. Essentially, PETA under a different name.  WATCH:

….This is my shocked face:

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119 Responses to Superbowl Weekend Commercial Exposes The Corrupt Business Scheme of Humane Society…

  1. chowgirl says:

    Lots of masks unpeeled this election.
    The year of the Awakening…damn! 😖

    Liked by 39 people

    • Jenny R. says:

      The mask of HSUS has been off for years, if anyone would have bothered to look. It’s basically the “nice, friendly” arm of PETA, which is the less violent, insane arm of ALF.
      And they’ve infiltrated the ASPCA, which used to be somewhat on the up and up but now should not be trusted. I’ve got all sorts of links to the scam known as Humane Society dog adoption.

      Their aims are the same as PETA’s (who hides many of their true goals): the ending of all domestication and extinction of all domesticated animals (the spay and neuter program is really more about that then anything); the return of all “wild lands” to the wild and all people in managed urban centers (Agenda 21); and last but not least: human euthanasia and birth control on a massive scale in order to manage our population.
      So much for saving cute fluffy kitties and puppies.

      This is the usual course of things with every institution.
      PS. They’ve managed to close down zoos; they are now going after sporting events using animals (it will be rodeo first, but then 4H, dog shows, etc.) and zoos. They have already begun.
      And then they will only have farm livestock and pets to do away with. They are very close to meeting that goal.

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    • Scott says:

      I must have obtained my Husky from one of the very few operating Human Society shelters. I was likely his last hope as in his 16 months of life when I got him he had been through 7 different homes and when we met in the little room he was so excited he was literally bouncing off the walls; not exactly conducive for potential adoption except for those like me who don’t turn down dogs just because they aren’t perfect.

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      • jsbachlover says:

        Animals lovers please do note: there are hundreds, probably thousands of shelters across the country that may call themselves “humane societies,” but they are not connected to the national Humane Society. Please do support your local shelter or shelters. There are still so many dogs — and especially cats — that need homes. Sometimes it’s not easy, because often animals have been abused. But almost always in the end you will be richly rewarded by the dog(s) or cat(s) you take into your home and love.

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        • Sunshine says:

          Totally agree. The locals are those that provide true love and care. They rely on donations only to survive. No fancy buildings and well-paid staff. No travel expenses and paid meals…

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          • wondering999 says:

            Yes and locally there are a lot of volunteers who walk the dogs, clean the cages, groom the critters, feed/water them etc. It’s a great thing for kids to do too. I finally got a retiree in my family doing this and it makes him happy. Support your local organization!

            The spay/neuter program (“beat the heat”), and rabies vaccinations would be too expensive for a lot of low-income families otherwise but are often accessible through shelter services. When animals are well-cared for and don’t have worms, parasites, diseases it’s a public health benefit.

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      • frangelica1 says:

        The HSUS does not own any shelters but there are smaller local shelters that have humane society in their names. These shelters are not owned by the Humane Society of the US and are not affiliated with them.

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  2. annieoakley says:

    I would like to place Some lawyers in cages

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  3. anthonydog says:

    About time. Their ads are meant to depress the public.

    Liked by 18 people

  4. sunnydaze says:

    Wait. Was that really on TV just before the SB?! Really?

    Liked by 14 people

  5. Pam says:

    I suppose this shouldn’t surprise anyone when you consider it’s basically all Hollywood actors and actresses narrating their ads and yes Peta is a horrible organization.

    Liked by 22 people

  6. Wendy says:

    This is why I don’t donate to any big name so-called charity. It is well known only the small percentage of donated money would be spent on the cause they advocate. What I didn’t know was they direct the money for the radical left political cause. How many big charities are actually used for piggy banks for the radical left ? Getting rid of the Johnson amendment will really make a even playing field for conservatives since it seems most NGOs are working for the left any way.

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    • Garrison Hall says:

      Have you noticed that many of the ads have a similar format? The have a movie star talking head who doing a voice over heart-wrenching views of cats, dogs, kids, starving people in poor countries, etc., etc. This is followed by a pitch for “just $18 a month and you can help . . .”. The production format on these ads along with the advertising copy is very, very similar regardless of the pitch—they always ask for $18 among other things—and this leads me to suspect that the ads are all made by the same agency. I don’t give many to any of these organizations as a result. They are radical political organizations and don’t in any way “save” animals in the ways they claim. The ASPCA, Humane Society, are all arms of PITA and all are radical vegan organizations. These organizations make Agenda 21 politics look benign in comparison.

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      • poodlemom1 says:

        If you want to help dogs and cats, donate to your LOCAL shelter. I have fostered for many years for my little shelter. HSUS is a multi million/billion dollar organization. Most of their money goes to pay corporate salaries and sad tv ads. IF they really wanted to help animals, they could build nice new shelters in nearly every town in America.

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    • haditwgov says:

      I donate to the same local shelter where all my pets choose me.

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  7. Spliff Menendez says:

    Basically PETA, with suits and deodorant…

    That’s brilliant writing.

    Liked by 20 people

  8. justfactsplz says:

    The HSUS needed to be exposed for what they are doing. A lot of people would have seen that ad and that makes me very happy. So many people feel so sorry for those poor cats and dogs and open their wallets not knowing the truth.

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    • Marc says:

      And Fox News airs HS ads constantly. Wounded Warrior Project was also under fire last year over how much donation money goes to management salaries and not to wounded vets.

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      • haditwgov says:

        Wounded Warriors are the most noble humans, Wounded Warriors the “charity” are vile scumbags!! Now going to take my mind to a happy place for balance.

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      • justfactsplz says:

        I heard that a out Wounded Warrior also. Greed takes over these charitable organizations and it is a crying shame. I feel the only safe way to help is to help locally and directly so you know how your donation is used. The Red Cross was even under fire a few years ago.

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  9. Katherine McCoun says:

    That rocked! Good news out of the Super Bowl night.

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  10. wheatietoo says:

    Those Humane Society ads are meant to make you feel terrible about what they’re showing you…unspeakable cruelty to animals, mainly dogs and cats.

    It goes further than that.
    They make you feel like you are a terrible person if you don’t give them money.

    So, in a way…their ads are a twisted masterpiece that make people feel horrified at what they’re seeing, and then guilty for not sending them money.

    They need to be exposed.
    This ad from Consumer Freedom with help in doing that.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      ….will help in doing that.

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    • I HATE the Humane Society Ads. My first thought: substitute American children for the animals.
      Short story: One of my past employees was a cat lover and hated humans, including her daughter, son-in-law and grandson, who BTW helped her financially until her dying day.
      Speaking of ‘dying day’: she died of a heart attack, in bed, with all of her cats, countless number of cats. She was unheard from for many days, until her daughter contacted her neighbor to check on her at home. Upon entry of the home, the loving cats were devouring their caretaker; no need to say more…….
      That’s what I think of when I hear, see, or read anything Progressive.
      I have seen first hand what their intent is and what their result is.

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  11. BAM says:

    Having worked in the pet industry for over 35 years, I have heard many under the table things that go on. Some of the adoption agencies were reluctant to place large dogs in homes and also sold cadavers to rendering plants by the pound. They got outed, but I think it still continued but on a much smaller scale. I’m sure it still goes on in various places.

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    • BAM says:

      We had a friend that told us he’d started donating to HSUS last year, and we told him to quit for the exact reasons in the above ad. He was shocked.

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      • piper567 says:

        These people, HSUS, have been a stench in the nostrils of all gun advocates who are political for nearly two decades.
        One of the many leftist activities they are involved in is souring our society on hunting.
        I’m thinking that some Treepers may be against hunting, and yet many many hunters actually eat everything they shoot…and, like most gunfolk, are law abiding citizens…follow the rules, enter lotteries, keep close tabs on Season dates etc.
        HSUS has been stealth in their opposition to hunting, and they are just as skilled at this as all the other organizations, and I do mean organizations, which have infiltrated our society in the last many decades…from education (Teacher’s Unions) to local politics (variations on The Lyin’ Ted syndrome), etc.
        This is a level of the swamp that we can impact while TRUMP works on what’s in “the news”.
        Its splendid that Consumer Freedom managed to run this ad…hope a few folks actually saw and heard it.

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        • BAM says:

          We love our pets, but not too many now, but my husband also has enjoyed hunting. Some people who want to protect ALL animals don’t understand wildlife management. Look at what has happened with the wolves that were introduced into Yellowstone. And before that no hunting of elk. Over grazing = starving animals. Too many predators = reduction in their food supply = starvation for predators leads to predation amongst populated areas. That has happened with cougars too.

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        • The Boss says:

          People
          Eating
          Tasty
          Animals

          This play on their acronym got them all in a lather a few years ago, and they unleashed their law dogs until they got some sort of an injunction. Screw the progressives and PETA!! They can eat bean sprouts, dandelions and all the crabgrass in my yard.

          Let’s go hunting!!! There are animals that need killing and eating.

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  12. petszmom says:

    as an animal activist of many years, it is important that people inform themselves of charities that misrepresent…to me goodwill and girl scouts are suspect (MHO). i already knew of the HSUS issue and PETA as well and have known for many years. what is important to us is the attention it brings to animal causes even if it’s through negative publicity. when i started rescuing and advocating for spay/neuter programs 25 years ago i quickly saw an avalanche of awareness progress as opposed to other advocacy groups. today animal rights have become very important. i am glad to see the demise of the ringling bros circus, seaworld, and have had friends participate in closing down a petland store in austin tx to name a few. I am also leaving the bulk of my estate to best friends animal sanctuary in kanab, utah and austin pets alive, emancipet, and another private charity…i know what they do and have vetted them properly. i urge people to check charities on a website that discloses important info like charity watch before passing judgment. also discuss a reassessment every five years with your attorney if you have an estate plan.

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    • piper567 says:

      thanks, petszmom for naming these orgs.
      My sister was involved in rescue in CA, a notorious hotbed for puppymills, for decades.
      It was stunning the number of people who were involved with her group.
      There were 4 groups tied to Police raids, and just innumerable Veterinarians, groomers,and skilled volunteers available…at no to v.small charge.All services were donated.
      One man in Tracey’s group bought a carpet-hauling van at an auction, and retrofitted it wth rails to safely hold small crates…for the visits to mills.
      And one woman and her husband ran a sanctuary where they regularly cared for 40 dogs at a time.
      We should all urge people to ferret out these groups, most of which have foster plans, and truly have the best interest of the animals n mind.

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    • Dennis Leonard says:

      You forgot zoo’s,dog shows,dog racing,horse racing want me to go on.

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    • hoosiergranny says:

      IMHO, Goodwill is NOT suspect. Charity Watch ranks them as an A. They are a wonderful organization who help a lot of vets and handicapped people to find fulfilling work. A handicapped family member was very blessed to work for Goodwill and was given a wonderful sense of purpose for the final years of his life. Get the facts prior to donating to any charity but Goodwill has been unfairly targeted for many years now.
      http://www.goodwill.org/uncategorized/think-before-you-donate-and-get-the-facts-about-email-rumors/

      And our family has been educating people regarding PETA & the HSUS for many years. They are nothing more than rackets/left wing radical organizations. You will do much more good for the animals by getting involved with a local shelter or a rescue organization. Most dog breeds have national rescues with state organizations that are begging for volunteers and contributions

      Many organizations that start out helping the needy get overtaken by liberal leftists that hijack them for their own agendas. Get educated before donating your hard earned money.

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      • patti says:

        I volunteer for our local Humane Society. We are also a no kill shelter. We do get some funds from the county be mostly rely on fundraisers and donations. Everybody that works here are volunteers. Please don’t confuse your local rescuses with HSUS. If you want to help rescuse do it locally! Beds, blankets, toys, food are badly needed. Thank you.

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    • Garrison Hall says:

      i am glad to see the demise of the ringling bros circus, seaworld, and

      I’m sure you feel morally superior for this belief. But, have you given any thought at all to the fact that the Ringling Bros. animals actually enjoyed working in the Circus or that the Seaworld animals had close relationships with their trainers who loved them? By forcing Ringling Bors circus to close “animal rights” “activists” like PITA have sentenced the circus elephants, who loved working around people and were greatly loved by their trainers, to be killed.

      There’s no “rainbow bridge” for the circus elephants and other circus animals. Their natural habitats have long sense disappeared so most will be sent to slaughter simply because, since they are not earning money by working in the circus, they are now too expensive to keep. The destruction of the circus by PITA and the “animal rights” movement is every bit as brutal a fraud as global warming. What has happened to the Ringling Bros circus and which will happen to the circus animals is nothing to be proud of.

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      • msmelchizadek says:

        Garrison, I am glad to see someone else with the same thoughts as I. What about all the children who will never get to see these wonderful animals up close! or experience a show like Ringling provided! Just because there were a few bad apples mistreating the animals does not mean ALL were mistreated. I actually got to go see a Ringling show when I was in grade school and remember vividly the HUGGGEEEE elephant that was almost tall enough for me to touch from the balcony of the Anaheim Convention Center (of course, that could just be my imagination LOL) but it was an incredible experience that many children will not have now, thanks to ignorant zealots and the like…

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      • jsbachlover says:

        It has nothing to do with moral superiority. You might want to think about what you’re actually saying. That’s BS PR from the circuses that the animals “enjoy” working in the circus, because, yeah, any wild animal just loves being forced to do the stuff totally against their natures that they’re forced to do for circus-goers’ amusement. And to live in small confined spaces, in many cases, decades on end. There are quite a few sanctuaries across the country, thank God, that have taken in former circus animals. They can tell you how “well” many of those animals were treated and how much the animals missed the circus.

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        • Garrison Hall says:

          “That’s BS PR from the circuses that the animals “enjoy” working in the circus,”

          The BS is coming from the animal rights movement. The “quite a few sanctuaries” aren’t nearly enough and the result will be that the circus animals—who spent their lives living and working with humans who loved and cared for them—are going to be killed. PITA and the radical-vegan dominated animal rights movement thinks that killing domesticated animals is better than having them live “unnatural” lives with humans.

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        • frangelica1 says:

          Actually many animals enjoy doing “jobs” and performing. My own dogs and horses enjoy performing.

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    • Dogstar_K9 says:

      I’m relative new here and relatively don’t speak much but the so called “Animal Activist” movement is cowardly and ridiculous.

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  13. MrE says:

    “PETA with suits and deodorant.” Dang, that was excellent.

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  14. 4bleu says:

    Wow. Back to the idea that beneficial organizations should be liquidated after the generation that built them passes on and the name retired. If there is still a need, build a new name and organization. So many once scrappy and decent activities are co-opted by new management which takes full advantage of good will from the unsuspecting public from the respected ‘name.’
    Of course if we actually had a free press, this sort of thing would be exposed a lot sooner.

    The early days that produced so much civic activity to solve problems are over. Those organizations are big business now, playing games with the ‘not-for-profit’ status which plays out with directors and boards paying themselves a lot. It’s pathetic how many of the best-known NGOs are just as bloated and slothfully out of the loop as any government bureaucracy.

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  15. A.D. Everard says:

    L-O-V-E-D THAT!!! Yes, the Year of Awakening as Chowgirl said up top. (I loved the cat face too. SOOOO good.)

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  16. carnan43 says:

    Human Society and ASPCA both are about money. If you support any organization, I hope you will consider your local or area “No Kill Shelter”.

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    • BAM says:

      Local ones still need to be checked out. I have seen local scams as well. How difficult do they make adoption? If it’s overly intrusive, there’s usually a reason that’s not necessarily beneficial to the animals. Do they actually help with some aspect of aid for animals? Look at the organization, how much money it draws in, the offices (or house), how many people volunteer or are employed, etc, how many animals that stay on the premises that are never adopted out even if they are adoptable and lastly, are they secretive about their operations? I always have preferred an open door policy for the same reasons we treepers like to see sunlight shed on politics.

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      • Melanie says:

        I recently tried to adopt from a Rottweiler Rescue here in South Florida. A volunteer came into my home and took pictures of everything. I was too shocked to tell him to stop. After that I never heard from the Organization again. (BTW, my house was entirely acceptable and neat). The photographer also did a BIG pitch about a local store selling raw food for dogs.
        Well, I started googling the Organization. It wasn’t just me. Google is your friend in this instance.

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        • frangelica1 says:

          You always need to do a home visit to ensure the animal is going to a good home. However, some rescues and shelters have very restrictive requirements that prevents good adoptive homes becoming available. I always believed that rules should be guideline only and not be used to restrict good families from adopting. Plus I also believe in educating potential adopters rather than outright denying them for doing something they may not necessarily know can be bad for the animal.

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  17. This ad is awesome, but… it is only the tip of a massive iceberg of damned lies that we all live with daily. The corporation of the united states of America is murdering people daily, harvesting their organs and keeping people like ghw bush alive with them and if you pay taxes you are paying for it.

    Don’t yell at me, I’m just a messenger.

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  18. I take food to the local shelter every month. I know that it is used to feed hungry animals.

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  19. jwoop66 says:

    I haven’t had teevee for about five years, but I hope they are running these ads prime time, nightly.

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  20. wullfe says:

    HSUS openly admits over and over it doesn’t support local shelters. It’s purpose is to get laws enforced that help animals such as horse soring that is very painful, fighting the indiscriminate shooting of wolves whenever one puts one foot outside Yellowstone, dog fighting, and the cruelty in big agricultural farming like keeping pigs, chickens and others in tightly cramped quarters where they can’t even turn around. Where horse owners think it’s OK to sell their horses for slaughter at young ages when they are no longer useful to them. Horse slaughter isn’t legal anymore in the U.S., thanks to HSUS, but the horses are crammed into trucks, sold and trucked to Canada and Mexico without food and water, then sent to horse meat eating countries. The word slaughter is appropriate to describe Mexico’s method of killing horses. HSUS also working on stopping puppy mills.

    It also focuses on slaughterhouses where chickens were videotaped being killed by Somalis who twisted their heads off, not to mention pushing downed cows with a forklift to the area where they are stunned for killing. Downed cows are not to be used as food, not to mention, this is very cruel to do to a sick cow.

    It also focuses internationally on stopping the dog meat trade in China and helping dog meat farmers in Thailand find other means of work so they stop raising dogs for food. Those dogs are rescued and brought to the U.S.

    Then there are the dolphins Japan lures into a cove and beats them to death. Japan is still illegally killing whales. Everyone should know that Canadian fishermen beat baby seals to death every year for their furs.

    HSUS helps bring dogs, cats, and yes donkeys back home for service men and women they befriended in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    HSUS, besides ASPCA, the first to rescue animals, dogs, cats, horses, cows, you name it, in environmental disasters, hurricanes, tornados, floods, for their American owners.

    HSUS does have rescue farms where many animals are supported throughout their lives.

    It does sound like a liberal organization, but it might be because liberals support it more than conservatives. Not sure why that is, but all animal loving conservatives might reconsider looking at HSUS and not believing the lies, mostly coming from big agriculture who constantly attempt to demean it by saying it doesn’t support local shelters.

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    • LKA in LA says:

      HSUS endorsed Hillary Clinton formally.

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    • Garrison Hall says:

      “Horse slaughter isn’t legal anymore in the U.S., thanks to HSUS, but the horses are crammed into trucks, sold and trucked to Canada and Mexico without food and water, then sent to horse meat eating countries. The word slaughter is appropriate to describe Mexico’s method of killing horses.”

      And you think this is something to be proud of?

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    • Esperanza says:

      What’s wrong with eating horse meat? Heavy horses survived in France because they eat them. That’s terrible that they have to be shipped out of he Us. Real animal cruelty.

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    • llyod says:

      you are misinformed…horse meat is a highly nutritious meat that is consumed throughout the world for centuries. You have to stop personifying livestock. If you don’t want to eat meat OK but stop trying the rest of the world what to do Japan has been eating whales for centuries…who are you to tell them what to eat and why.

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    • TheFightingMan says:

      OK, here’s the real deal from a lifelong rider and horse owner in FL. During the economic downturn here in FL, the state began levying fines for people coming out of state forests with empty horse/livestock trailers. Why? Because the owners couldn’t afford to feed themselves, let alone a 1200lb. gut called a horse. They hauled into the forest with the horses and turned them loose. People had no way to get out from under the expense of horse ownership.

      The market was DEAD. The US slaughterhouses were closed. Rescues only take ex racehorses or ex police horses, never Joe Blow’s quarterpony without papers. In point of fact there are no general everyday horse rescues for your average riding horse. What do you expect owners to do if they are suddenly out of work, foreclosed, and hungry?

      We aren’t allowed to humanely destroy our own property–it’s animal abuse, dotchaknow? We have nowhere to sell the horse to get out from under the constant expense. People HAVE got to start coming first, or there is voing to be h-e-doublehockeysticks to pay.

      I propose a new charity–Animal owners who love animals more than fellow humans may charitably donate enough feed, forage, living space, vet services, and farrier services to keep up one horse for one year. I guarantee it won’t take one month to change some tunes on horses.

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    • frangelica1 says:

      I think you need to do more research on the HSUS – most of what you wrote are just incorrect propaganda spewed by HSUS and animal rights people. Most of the farming activities you mention are to protect the animals from hurting each other and to prevent the young from being crushed by the mothers. You need to google both sides to get the real story on these issues. They really just want everyone to become vegetarians – that is the long term targeted result in terms of farm animals.

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      • wullfe says:

        I’ve been closely watching HSUS for about 20 years and I think it offers plenty of evidence; which I thoroughly researched, it is legit. Yes, there are things it does I’m not in favor, but overall, it does a good job. It posts their annual report on the internet for all to see including a yearly financial statement showing where all their money goes. I’m not naive to think it isn’t done, but it’s difficult to fudge since the IRS is watching.

        All companies and organizations put out some sort of propaganda at times to make themselves look good. It’s up to us to weed through it all to find the truth.

        No, I’m not in favor of vegetarianism, but I don’t have to comply. They certainly are not PETA. By the way, PETA euthanizes the dogs and cats they rescue if homes are not found.

        Never read or heard farm animals are crammed together in close quarters to keep them safe. Actually, I have seen videos and photos showing they are hurt by being so confined and are much healthier if not so close together. Lower chance of spreading diseases and injuries. The real reason corporate agriculture wants them crammed together is not spending the money on the necessary real estate and facility equipment that permits them to walk around. In such close quarters they can’t lie down comfortably, step on and kick others, chickens hurt their wings, and generally become nasty with each other.

        Corporate agriculture has a friend, an enemy of HSUS, his name, Richard Berman, lawyer, and previous lobbyist. He continuously fights against HSUS with lies and the public obviously believes him. Sounds like he’d fit in quite well with our media.

        Couldn’t find anything about World Wildlife being owned by HSUS. They might work together on some issues. Possibly, by working together with other likeminded organizations, results can be accomplished more quickly; although, I don’t like some of WW’s policies.

        HSUS is the best we have that advocates for large and small domestic animals, farm animals, banning animal testing in laboratories, wildlife, sea life, and African wildlife, particularly, big cats and elephants.

        Since I mentioned elephants, Ringling may have taken fairly good care of them because they were being watched, but some of the smaller circuses are downright cruel. Tied up all day to the point they begin swaying back and forth, just one example. It’s my opinion, kids should be taught wildlife belongs in its natural habitat where they’re free and happy.

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  21. LKA in LA says:

    I wish something could be done about the arena’s/stadiums in Puerto Rico that specialize in cock fighting. It is very sad yet in Puerto Rico totally accepted. Third world crap.

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    • LKA in LA says:

      Btw, bravo to Consumer Freedom for exposing the fraud of Natl Humane.

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    • llyod says:

      FYI: people in all 50 states practice cockfighting…not condoning it but the avg fighting rooster lives a pampered life. A fighting rooster lives an avg of year & a half longer than a farmed chicken. The mascot of the university of South Carolina is ‘the gamecock’ for a reason.

      I don’t care honestly. So much more to worry about than what happens to lunch.

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    • llyod says:

      so don’t go to one…leave other people & their culture alone and mind your own damn business.

      why don’t you go to Saudi Arabia and protest their mistreatment of human beings?

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  22. Dave says:

    The HSUS is yet another example of a “charitable” organization that deceives the unknowing public. Screen your phone calls! If it’s important, they’ll leave a message. Almost 100% of the time, they just hang up when answering machine comes on. You’d be surprised how many organizations asking for funds for police, firefighters, etc., do not officially represent those entities. Most things are not what they appear to be, folks. Ever notice how Congress often names bills passed with titles that sound good to us, but later on we learn the contents actually do the opposite? Tired of being lied to and deceived!

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  23. cycle1 says:

    Last 40 seconds of following video Trump predicts Patriots win:

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  24. The Devilbat says:

    Here in Northern Florida where everyone hunts deer and wild boars, PETA stands for “People Eating Tasty Animals.”

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  25. NJF says:

    Wow ha, ha!

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  26. Ip Siscr says:

    What narcissistic priggery is PETA. Animal rights but not the rights of the unborn. Hey liberals, take a stand on some distorted pseudo-moral issue you define, so you won’t have to deal with real morality, which is binding from God. And serve to impose the totalitarian left while you’re at it.

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  27. aprilyn43 says:

    Wow … Lots of Hollywood actors loosing their spokespersons job too !!
    What garbage these toys are!

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  28. muffyroberts says:

    I love animals but I never give to the Humain Society. I walk into local shelters and adoption centers, and hand them a check. Hopefully, it has a better chance of helping the animals.

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  29. NJF says:

    This was amazing. I didn’t see the beginning, just the awesome Cash part.

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  30. Read a little about them here https://www.humanewatch.org/ only 1 percent of HSUS’s budget is given to local shelters. They are dog killers

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  31. Dam.
    That’s almost Clinton Foundation level corruption…

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  32. freepetta says:

    Never would give those crooks a dime!!

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  33. In Az says:

    The Democrat Liberal Regressive Socialist Fascist Communists only give lip service. They do not care for anything but to force Communism down our throats.

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  34. seabrznsun says:

    Truth in advertising,finally.

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  35. llyod says:

    so a few important points for those who are new to dealing with peta and/or have never heard of Center for Consumer Freedom.

    Center for Consumer Freedom is a agri business lobbying group with big tobacco, tyson, monsanto, soda companies, Smithsfield & Perdue. https://www.consumerfreedom.com/about/
    David Martosko (Trump acolyte (as am I) used to run the Center for Consumer Freedom – I’m equivocal on that fact as it has nothing to do with anything)
    having said that. HSUS is also a lobby group that does what the video talks about.
    both entities (HSUS & Center for Consumer Freedom are variably bad for Americans for different reasons: If you asked me which is worse I’d say peta by far. (those people are bat shit crazy = https://www.consumerfreedom.com/articles/134-7-things-you-didnt-know-about-peta/ & peta is a terrorist org bc they fund/are the political arm of the ALF http://archive.adl.org/learn/ext_us/ecoterrorism.html).

    Just remember that the Center for Consumer Freedom is a mostly slimy crony capitalist lobby firm squarely in the CoC/GOPe camp. Center for Consumer Freedom’s role is to basically write protectionist laws for above stated industries, get legislatures to introduced the bill as self written & pass laws that allow GMO foods, allow secret practices of livestock slaughter, exempt pollution from CAFO https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Concentrated_animal_feeding_operation by Federal/state agencies, reduce/prevent small, local farms from succeeding by writing industry protecting bills, getting state/fed legislators to pass said bills. They probably had a big hand in ‘monsanto protection act’. http://michaelpollan.com/articles-archive/sustaining-vision/

    I, personally, am not for burdensome regulation but feel info must be available so the consumer is free to choose.

    hope that helped

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    • dave says:

      Do you like to eat?

      I do.

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      • llyod says:

        hell yeah…but shoving empty calories at fast food palace is not eating. but it is a freedom of choice…If you like Mickey Ds great ..eat there. you live in your body I don’t. same with HFCS, etc.

        Hell, I love ketchup from Heinz …it has HFCS; so what. I’m not militant about food…just like to make informed decisions

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  36. beth60497 says:

    My family has long been involved in livestock farming. We have to carefully vet anyone we allow access to our facilities. There are whole classes taught on how to counter PETA & HSUS activists that might show up on your land. No farmer worth his salt is going to mistreat his animals. They are his livelihood.
    I have some how ended up on the mailing list for HSUS. Every mailing I get from them I return to them in their postage paid envelope along with a note asking them about the shelters that they run and all the pets that they save. I did get a lovely form letter back, but yet the mailings continue.

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    • Garrison Hall says:

      PETA & HSUS encourages their members to harass farmers and ranchers by filing bogus code-compliance complaints. A young livestock farmer in upstate NY was almost put out of business because his stock pond froze in a historic cold spell. They took his horses, his dog, and charged him with a laundry list of code “violations”. Although it took some doing and good lawyers, every one was dismissed. PETA & HSUS and other animal rights organizations are actually radical vegan organizations who see farmers and ranchers as their cultural enemies. They actually want to halt all animal husbandry. The young farmer’s first mistake was naively allowing the local animal control officers to “look around” his property.

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  37. Carolina Girl says:

    The ad was good. I stopped giving money to the Humane Society years ago. I never liked PETA due to their inclusion of rats among the animals they wanted to save from their beginning. I am an animal lover. I have adopted many cats and some dogs and donate to two local shelters and several shelters in other areas. The spay and neuter program is a wonderful thing. Of course, it should not be used to eliminate all dogs and cats. There is certainly no chance of that happening any time soon.

    Why is no one suspicious of the group who made the ad about the Humane Association? If almost everyone else is a liar and a crook, why believe these people without further investigation? There are many things that need to be done to help animals, not the least of which is shutting down all puppy mills. Cruelty to and neglect of animals is just one step away from the same actions toward humans.

    BTW, I am a graduate of the University of South Carolina. The Gamecocks are named after Thomas Sumter, the Carolina Gamecock, of the Revolutionary War. He was called the Gamecock because of his fierce fighting style. Some things do change over the centuries, and some of those things really need to change. Two of these things would be cock fighting and dog fighting. How disgustingly for humans to treat animals so horribly. What kind of person can do such a thing? Despicable indeed.

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    • nan says:

      It’s an important ad, but also deceptive, if we can allow both those ideas to exist side by side. It reminds me of the Blackfish documentary that was so brutal to SeaWorld.

      Were there serious problems with the way SeaWorld managed its orcas, especially in regards to breeding an animal that was known to have killed people? And an animal intelligent enough to have done it intentionally? Yes. But did SeaWorld (or anybody) understand the intricacies of orca social interaction enough to know that the way they administered their program was cruel and harmful? No. SeaWorld has done amazing things for awareness of ocean conservation, funded research, saved many sea mammals who would have otherwise died, and so on.

      We have to be able to criticize while still acknowledging the good things that have been done, and mustn’t allow ourselves to fall into the trap of thinking that an organization is evil, just because there are a few things being done wrong. We need to hold groups like this to account for their problems, but give them the encouragement to fix those problem.

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  38. Windy Day says:

    What I find interesting about all of this is where the back-to-basics (i.e., homesteading) people and these HSUS lunatics intersect. From what I’ve read, many of those who prefer to live off the grid are lefties. I say this because of what I saw over several years in Mother Earth News (a mag that proudly proclaims to present balanced sides of all issues, but only promotes one “correct” view of global baloney, “electric cars”–like those somehow don’t use electricity or something, etc. etc.). The contributors don’t generally talk about politics, but you can usually tell that many of them are lefties!!

    Guess they’ll all have to become vegatarians if their “pet(a)” group continues down this destructive path.

    Of course, then you have the crazies who say that plants have feelings, too. Hey, I’m all for saving trees if at all possible, but tomatoes are meant to be eaten–gleefully, joyfully, and without any thought as to their “feelings”!

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  39. UKExpat says:

    There is nothing the LEFTARDS do that is not a money making SCAM for THEM from Green NAZISM to Pet Shelters,.

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  40. TheFightingMan says:

    Yeah, the local shelter got after a local man who lost his job. His neighbor sqeeled on him for shooting his dog. At his trial he said, I had no car, no friend to take me and the dog 20 miles to the shelter, I had no job and could buy no dog food. That man is in prison for being kind enough to his dog not to let the poor fellow go feral or starve.

    Animals are property. If I can’t afford to keep it, who’s business is it if I humanely destroy it? By the way, euthanasia is NOT the answer–it’s expensive.

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  41. frangelica1 says:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you, Sundance!!!! So happy that you have presented this to help get the word out.

    Way before I came to the Conservative Treehouse 2 years ago, I had been working on getting the word out about the wolf in sheep’s clothing organizations of HSUS, ASPCA and PETA – they are all about destroying the human bond with animals and the human dependence on Animals for food,etc. They all hope to legislate animals out of existence for people to enjoy as pets, use for farm work, enjoy in sporting events and use for food and other items to sustain mankind. I discovered the truth as a dog rescuer over the past 20 years and see the vitriol of other rescuers that have swallowed the preachings of these organizations and totally despise animal breeders of any kind.

    Fact is that these organizations recommend destroying any animals rescued from animal fight raids even newborn puppies. Hurricane Katrina showed USHS true beliefs when they came in and got all the publicity, earning millions of dollars in donations and leaving after they got their press and leaving all the hard work of rescue with the local shelters and provided no support to them!!! HSUS, ASPCA and PETA fight the local shelters “No kill” Transformation which helps give animals better living conditions free of disease and a chance to rehome 95%+ of all animals impounded. These national organizations all support the local kill shelters and prefer to kill the animals impounded.

    These national orgs all support making more and more animal protection laws that actually hurt animals, including the people that love and care for them, when the base cruelty laws are adequate protection, but they just have to be enforced. All legal rights of people to contest animal seizures were removed from people in TX giving Animal control more power then even the police. I have seen good people that loved their animals and took good care of them be raided in early morning hours before cleanup occurs and lose all rights to their animals and forced to pay the thousands of dollars of supposed care at the local shelters despite the organization getting huge donations rolling in plus all volunteers taking care of the animals. The owner of course gets put on a nationwide animal abuser list like a sex abuser.

    I could go on, but just realize that these organizations are just like smaller forms of our big government corruption. It is all about making big money and power! Please, only donate to your local shelters and rescue groups, that you know do good work!

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    • Carolina Girl says:

      There has to be a middle ground for animals that makes sense. South Carolina does not have adequate animal protection laws; yet, there is an extremist group
      here pushing for legislation that won’t ever pass in this state, so they are adding to the problem. Meanwhile, dogs can be chained in the open 24/7 with no human contact and food thrown at them. (Bait dogs, anyone?) Because we have such pathetically lax animal protection laws, puppy mills are moving in now. Puppy mills are not run by responsible breeders that care about the animals and the breed.
      Corporate industrial farms are abominations. They are owned by some of the duplicitous people behind the ad against the big animal groups. I do not support those animal groups. However, I do not support corporate farms either. They, along with the federal government and their pushing of farm loans, are a huge factor in the decline of family farming. There is nothing conservative nor American about them. If a business cannot exist without illegal immigrant labor, then the business model is flawed. If a farm can’t exist without packing animals in spaces too small for normal movement and filling the animals with hormones, then that business model is flawed as well. Both models need to be tossed in the garbage. For this country to return to a better form of itself, I can make do with fewer cheap Chinese goods and less meat. In fact, most of us would be better off on both counts. My disdain for illegal immigration and the corporate takeover of the universe were two of the many reasons why I voted for President Trump. Corporations have been here to stay for a long time, but I want to see small businesses thrive again. Don’t you? Many here talk about the GOPe. The GOPe is in bed with Wall Street and the global corporations—and the Democrats. I am far from Elizabeth Warren, but I want to see all of them taken down a few notches.

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      • frangelica1 says:

        There are existing cruelty laws that can be used to make sure animals are not abused. The key is to get the police/sheriffs to take actual abuse seriously and go after the bad actors.

        Unfortunately, all the laws against puppy mills, for example, only seem to hurt the good breeders out there causing them to get out of the business entirely leaving only the large factories. For instance, USDA now requires home breeders to have separate buildings from the home to keep the breeding and birthing dogs and cats and are against home raised kittens and puppies – how crazy is that?

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