Is this “bullpen” story from PETA a diversion?

Want proof that there’s no depth of silliness that radical activists won’t plumb and that the news media won’t take seriously?

With the World Series underway, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is calling on Major League Baseball to stop using the term “bullpen.”

According to PETA, “bullpen” references the holding area where terrified bulls are kept before slaughter, in favor of a more modern, animal-friendly term.

What do they propose to call it instead? The “arm barn.”

Keep this in mind next time you see some progressive accusing conservatives of trying to divide with culture wars.  This is so silly, it’s hard to believe it’s not a deliberate strategy to distract Americans (“Squirrel!”) from something else, whether the utter failure of the Biden administration or just PETA’s lack of interest in Fauci’s puppy experiments.

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29 days ago

[…] how, in Stanton’s mind, insulting Anthony Fauci (probably related to the now-infamous puppy experiments) belongs with accusations of corruption as reasons for a public university to seek to embarrass […]

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