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New Anti-Slaughter Ad Campaign Blitz Urging a Move Away From Meat Amid Pandemic


U.S. farms and slaughterhouses are as filthy as China's 'wet' markets. The killing floors are splattered with the blood, urine, feces, and entrails of innocent animals.

PETA: What do top U.S. papers The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, The San Diego Union-Tribune, The Seattle Times, The Washington Post, The Hill, the Washington Examiner, The Boston Globe, the Chicago Tribune, and USA Today have in common? They’re all printing urgent, full-page warnings from PETA about the dangers of slaughterhouses…

U.S. farms and slaughterhouses are as filthy as China’s “wet markets,” where it’s believed the COVID-19 pandemic began. Their floors are splattered with blood, urine, feces, and entrails. As long as slaughterhouses remain open, millions of animals will be killed and workers and their families will continue to be at an increased risk of contracting the coronavirus and other diseases that will inevitably arrive.

That’s why PETA is pulling out all the stops to move Americans away from meat amid the COVID-19 pandemic — and beyond. This new nationwide ad blitz cost nearly a quarter million dollars, but it’s just the tip of the iceberg… The bottom line is this: Slaughterhouses are never safe. Using animals for food is what led us to this current moment, and it won’t lead us out of it…

Remember: No one needs to eat meat, eggs, or cheese. Consuming animals’ flesh and other body parts is linked to a host of health problems that are among the leading causes of death, including heart disease, cancer, strokes, high blood pressure, diabetes, and obesity… Here are the new ads that PETA is running to spread this vital message. SOURCE…


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