Leftists Furious at Photo of Steven Spielberg Next to ‘Dead Animal’ (a Movie Prop Dinosaur) On ‘Jurassic Park’ Movie Set
So, a bunch of liberal anti-hunting activists got upset when a photo of director Steven Spielberg was posted to the Internet tubes showing the famed auteur sitting next to a movie prop of a “dead” dinosaur in the same fashion as a big game hunter photo. They were mad that Spielberg would be sitting next to a “poor dead animal” like that.
I mean, seriously? How stupid do you have to be, liberals?
The photo was posted from Jay Branscomb’s Facebook page as satire. Branscomb was poking fun at the controversy surrounding Kendall Jones’ hunting of exotic animals.
“Disgraceful photo of recreational hunter happily posing next to a Triceratops he just slaughtered. Please share so the world can name and shame this despicable man.”
In case you haven’t already figured it out: The photo was taken on the set of the critically acclaimed movie Jurassic Park. However, it being based on complete fantasy didn’t stop it from receiving over 6,000 comments on Facebook as well as 30,000 shares.
I mean, isn’t your outrage meter broken if THIS makes you mad, liberals?
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