WATCH: Vegan Activists Vow to Stop Livestock Truck, Learn a Hard Lesson Instead

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by Jim Thompson

A few months ago, a group of vegans (aka domestic food terrorists) protested at a Starbucks.

They encased their feet in concrete at a Nashville Starbucks because Starbucks was up-charging for almond milk. Vegans were outraged that their oat/almond milk costs more than milk from an actual cow.

So, in a genius move, they encased their own feet in wet cement — apparently not caring that wet cement and human flesh mix like oil and water:

Needless to say, it didn’t end well. But being stupid and a vegan terrorist seems to be completely compatible.

Vegan antics often end badly for the actors – or animals they are trying to “save.”

Like the two radicals who “saved” 16 rabbits from a farm in Spain – but caused the deaths of 100 baby rabbits who were depending on those 16 mother rabbits for milk...

Or activists who chained their own necks to a duck-slaughtering assembly line, without making sure the mechanism was off…and were lucky to survive.

The worst might be being turned into a human pancake by a truck — which brings us to today’s offering.

Vegan terrorists were prepared to stop a massive truck loaded with livestock. A bearded vegan steps into the frame and tells the audience the truck headed to the rendering plant will be stopped by him and his carrot-eating chums. He narrates that the truck is headed to the slaughterhouse “where 10,000 lives are taken daily,” just for the tastebuds of humans. Well, yeah.

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As the truck makes its looping right turn, it does something that the vegans didn’t anticipate. It doesn’t stop and it doesn’t slow down. The video’s vegan narration is as glorious as it is hilarious.

It might be time to pull out some ground beef and have a burger while you watch. Enjoy.

https://twitter.com/ClownWorld_/status/1620144513712009216

This fellow has a point. Just sayin’.

Will they ever learn? Not a chance.

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