Just what I want: Presidential candidates lecturing me on my dietary choices.
For those who don’t know, Cory Booker is a vegan. He became a vegetarian in 1992 and went full vegan in 2014.
For the record, I have no problem with vegans. You eat what you want with no lectures, and I’ll eat what I want with no lectures. I think it’s kind of a hassle to go full vegan, and honestly there’s no vegan substitute for pulled pork nachos, so I’m out forever. I’ll try vegan things, but no. Lifestyle-wise, I’m out. I don’t want to make my life more complicated for no reason, and it wouldn’t make me feel like a “better person,” thanks bye.
Like I said. I’m good without the lectures. NO LECTURES CORY. That’s my rule. He just broke it.
Cory is clearly one of those vegans who believes he’s morally superior. Those are the worst kind.
He thinks everyone should go vegan, because the world can’t sustain meat-eaters.
“You see the planet earth moving towards what is the Standard American Diet,” he told VegNews. “We’ve seen this massive increase in consumption of meat produced by the industrial animal agriculture industry.”
“The tragic reality is this planet simply can’t sustain billions of people consuming industrially produced animal agriculture because of environmental impact. It’s just not possible, as China, as Africa move toward consuming meat the same way America does because we just don’t have enough land.”
If it sounds like Booker is trying to crawl all up in your kitchen, it’s because he’s trying to crawl all up in your kitchen.
In addition to convincing the masses to give up meat, Booker has other legislative goals that would interfere with America’s eating habits.
“Legislatively, I want to continue to be a part of a movement of folk who are fighting against corporate interests that are undermining the public good and the public welfare,” he said.
See? That’s what power-hungry leftists always do. They tread on your rights but do so under tender phrases like the “public good” and “public welfare.”
BTW– Booker also has a problem with too many pigs in barns. He said it “is harmful and violates our collective values as a country.”
Well, I think murdering babies in the womb is harmful and violates our collective values as a country, so how about we start there?
Crawl out of my kitchen, Spartacus. You are NOT invited to dinner. Get your dairy-less hands off my nuggets.
h/t Daily Caller