LMAO! PETA’S ‘Anti-Hunting’ Facebook Filter Blows Up In Their Face

PETA thought they had figured out a cute campaign slogan. It backfired beautifully!

Written by Outdoor Beasts Staff on August 26, 2017

PETA thought they had figured out a cute campaign slogan.
It backfired beautifully!

They obviously didn’t learn their lesson after being slapped around on Twitter over bacon.

They tried again and offered a Facebook Filter.

The slogan was ‘shoot selfies… not animals’.

Hunters LOVED it. Guess why?

Go here to add the PETA filter:

www.facebook.com/profilepicframes.

PETA was looking for photos like this:

The reaction they REALLY got was their very worst nightmare.

Photo after photo of dead animals showed up with their filter on it.

Here’s a sampling.

Isn’t it nice to see the whole family got involved?

Turkey and Deer seem popular themes…

Try to imagine the expression on an activist’s face when they come across this one.
(Isn’t she adorable?)

If ONE animal is good… several are better.

Better still if you can get your buddies involved!

Have a problem with these pics?

This will help.

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