PETA Unveils "Shoot a Selfie, Not an Animal" Facebook Frame - With Predictable Results

People give the leftists a lot of credit for being cunning and devious, but when it comes to games of Twitter hashtags and Facebook picture frames, they have a lot to learn.

To mark the beginning of another hunting season PETA unveiled a new Facebook profile picture frame, encouraging people to “shoot a selfie, not an animal.” Hunters of all types said, “Challenge accepted.”

I have to feature the hunters in my own Facebook life (who are mostly Californians… yes, we hunt) first:

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PETA

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Even new mom hunters:

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Canines didn’t want to be left out:

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Yes, PETA, Millennial women hunt, too.

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Mmmm… meat.

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A little FIFY (Fixed It For You) goes a long way…

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Many of the captions used what should be the true meaning of PETA – People Eating Tasty Animals!

These photos probably have PETA’s social media team crying in their soy lattes this morning. We’re all crushed, I’m sure.