PETA has placed a target on the backs of women hunters. TV star and huntress Melissa Bachman joined NRATV’s Colion Noir on Monday’s “CN Live” to talk about PETA’s failed anti-hunting agenda.
“Instead of actually making a plan, they just decided on attacking women hunters,” Bachman said. But, as the conservationist explained, this can be interpreted as a positive: “I just see it as, hey, we are doing our jobs. We got their attention, and they don’t know what else to do.”
This desperate move comes after PETA made the realization that there is no stereotypical hunter. This awareness, paired with the rise of the field-to-table movement, has thwarted PETA’s plans to eradicate America’s oldest tradition.
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