Where’s PETA When We Really Need Them?

A self-described “underground radical group”called “Pigeons, United To Interfere Now,” ( PUTIN, get it? HAR!) released pigeons with tiny “Make America Great Again” hats glued to their heads in anticipation of President Donald Trump’s visit  to Las Vegas, Nevada. (One bird had a Trump style blond wig.)  “The stunt was intended as a gesture of support and loyalty to President Trump,” “Coo Hand Luke,” a spokesperson for the group said with his tongue firmly in his bill, er, cheek.

Now we know what end-stage Trump Derangement looks like.  Not pretty.

Morons.

The group also claimed that gluing things to pigeons’ heads wasn’t cruelty to animals, because “It’s what women use to put around their eyes for eyelash extensions.” Oh! The pigeons should enjoy it then!

As I said.

Morons.

Imagine the amount of time and effort these fools spent on making little MAGA hats and gluing them on pigeon heads, to make a completely  incoherent  statement in opposition to President Trump. All my Facebook friends who scour the news and “resistance” websites every day for stories attacking the President, hysterical memes and manufactured outrage so they can post them for the Facebook Borg and harvest likes and angry faces and “Pray for  Bernie!” comments need to realize that these are the kinds of people they are allied with, and that little pigeon hats may be in their futures if they don’t, you know, get help.

And it is cruel.  (Would YOU want a MAGA cap glued to your head?) PETA isn’t on the case because the group is doubtlessly occupied with more important matters, like fighting “anti-animal language.”

8 thoughts on “Where’s PETA When We Really Need Them?

  1. Maybe it’s late and I (definitely) am tired, but for the life of me I can’t figure out whether this was done by a pro- or anti-Trump group? Anyone? Beuhler? Ben Stein?

  2. Would YOU want a MAGA cap glued to your head?

    It sounds like the makings of a twisted Japanese game show: the contestant wakes up in an unknown alley in downtown San Francisco with a MAGA hat firmly stitched to his scalp. He has to escape without being seen by the bloodthirsty mob while candid cameras film the carnage.

    • To be a truly Japanese game show, the hat should be filled with ground meat, and hungry dogs loosed into the city streets.

      “Oh no! The wind has shifted, and the pack of hounds has caught the scent!”

      “It will all depend on our contestant reaching the giant purple duck before the dogs catch up now!”

  3. Jack,

    Two things:

    1) Several months ago, several pigeons around Vegas began appearing with cowboy hats similarly affixed atop their heads. This might have been the current groups early attempt at honing their craft, or the original perpetrators have inspired a copycat.

    2) In the first paragraph you say: “The stunt was intended as a gesture of support and loyalty to President Trump,”. But, later say “.. to make a completely incoherent statement in opposition to President Trump.” Which is it?

    • “The stunt was intended as a gesture of support and loyalty to President Trump,” “Coo Hand Luke,” a spokesperson for the group said with his tongue firmly in his bill, er, cheek.

      Since I said that the organizer claimed it was a gesture of support “with his tongue in his cheek,” that means that it was the opposite of what he said, right?

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