“Chickens’ children are the real victim here,” said vegan protestor, T. Wat (26).
After Fraser Anning was egged by a political protestor in March, another senseless attack involving an innocent egg took place today – this time directed at the Prime Minister.
Although the egg did not break, the protestor in question revealed she had five more in a six pack, suggesting she held little regard for the unborn chicken foetuses in her possession. Such disregard has naturally angered vegan protestors, who grow tired of eggs being used as political pawns.
“Chickens’ children are the real victim here,” said vegan protestor, T. Wat (26). “This is a crime against poultry and it needs to stop now. Innocent unborn chicks are being taken from their mothers and then having the misfortune to have to touch the likes of Fraser Anning and Scott Morrison. Haven’t they suffered enough?”
While the protestor managed to not be able to crack an egg, the vegan movement is gearing up for a protest march in defence of chickens rights, just as soon as they build the upper body strength to carry the necessary placards.