Doug Giles

Last week, a firestorm erupted on Facebook over several pics of legally hunted, not endangered, African animals by a Texas Tech University cheerleader named Kendall Jones.

One would’ve thought, given the rank, ripe and replete rancor leveled at Miss Kendall that she publicly filmed the murder of a baby or something.

Sorry, that example sucked. My bad. I should’ve dug deeper for a better analogy because a Leftist doesn’t give a rat’s backside about babies getting offed, and they recently even celebrated some chick that actually filmed her abortion.

Anyway, the anti-hunting nutters on the Left did their typical crybaby shtick aimed at Jones, namely caterwaul and campaign that Kendall and her pics be “banned” from Facebook. Aren’t liberals cute? They love banning things. They don’t care what one does as long as they mandate it. Everything else, well, it should be banned. They would’ve made awesome youths in Hitler’s army, but they were born too late. Oh, well. Maybe Satan has something new for them in the 21stcentury since they missed the Third Reich’s boat last century. Who knows? I guess we’ll have to wait and see, eh?

What I find interesting about the incendiary nature of their wrath against the young huntress was not only their petty protest of things they don’t like and do not understand, but the multiple online calls (which I believe have traceable IP’s to their home addresses) for Kendall’s death. One prominent song writer, a rather mannish looking, snaggle-toothed British lady, even tweeted for “the bitch to be killed“. But then she deleted it. But we preserved it, just in case she deleted it accidentally. You’re welcome.

After the homely song writer spewed her murderous rage at the teenager, a‘Real Housewives From Miami’… uh … star, Joanna Krupa took to Instagram and said, ‘This bitch Kendall Jones killed this beautiful creature so she post a selfie! That lion is an endangered species… breaks my f**king [heart] not to mention he had a family… I wish I can fly to Africa and shoot her ugly ass.’


Doug Giles

Doug Giles is the Big Dawg at ClashDaily.com and the Co-Owner of The Safari Cigar Company. Follow him onFacebook and Twitter. And check out his new book, Rise, Kill and Eat: A Theology of Hunting from Genesis to Revelation.
 


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