4 More Years of Horse Meat Lust
Horse owners and equine advocates from around the world shuddered when early polls indicated that horse slaughter promoter WY state rep. “Slaughterhouse” Sue Wallis survived the challenge from two opponents for her house seat.
Libertarian Nicholas De Laat, a mechanic, and independent Travis Hakert, a rancher and tire store owner failed to stop the renegade representative from inappropriately using her office to promote the killing of companion horses for human consumption for another term.
Wallis won 60 percent of the vote with all precincts reporting. Hakert and De Laat had 26 percent and 15 percent of the vote, respectively, in unofficial results.
Wyoming’s District 52 will continue to be a hot bed of poor ethics and bad press as status quo with the re-election of “Slaughterhouse” Sue going forward. An opportunity for a breath of fresh air was squandered on bloody rumor, innuendo and lack of a moral compass.
We respectfully tender our condolences to the state of Wyoming.