don’t care that a horse slaughterhouse is coming. In fact, one guy is really stoked about it. He says it creates jobs…blah blah blah.
So, when humans die, why can’t we just chop them up and sell their meat to cannibals? All it takes is a good round of lobbyi$ts, an alteration in perception, a politician telling us it’s good for the economy and the poor who can’t afford cremation or burial and voila! (insert sarcasm emoticon)
“I don’t see nothing wrong with it, and most people, anything that creates jobs is a plus for the city,” Roger Garrison said.
Well, of course he “don’t see nothing wrong with it”.
“It would be just like having cows over there. It would be business and employees for everybody,” Alice Norris said.
Congratulations Sue Wallis. You found the town where the people have perhaps the lowest IQ in the whole of Missouri.
“All the American horses who are slaughtered for meat are literally toxic pools, and the meat is contaminated with a whole bunch of drugs,” Wagman said.
“Absolutely bogus. The United States meat supply is the safest in the world, and every kind of meat goes through rigorous requirements in order to be eligible for human consumption. Horse meat is no different,” Sue Wallis, CEO of Unified Equine, LLC and a Wyoming state representative, said of the claims.
Sue Wallis is full of shit. The prospective horses she will be making scream are doped from years and years of antibiotics; toxic de-wormers; fly sprays that are absorbed into the skin and throughout the body; inoculations the “normal” meat supply might not receive; pesticide laden soil, grasses and weeds they graze on, etc.
Is a chunk of cow, turkey or fish inspected by the USDA using GCMS? No. All they do is check for germs and make sure it looks ‘wholesome’, and “grade” them.
But, some scientists who have nothing to do with the USDA had the smarts to find out what kind of toxic crap was in all that. Flame retardant chemicals. It’s in PB too…because the peanuts absorb it from the toxic ground, just as pesticides and runoff will contaminate where a horse grazes or where their hay is grown.
Hopefully, the same scientists who researched that issue will gather up some horses who have died of old age and do some testing on their muscle and bone tissue.
I hope her USDA application for inspection services is DENIED along with her permits for construction and waste.