Barking up the WRONG tree! NPR blue-check doubles down on Slate writer’s anti-dog narrative, says she doesn’t get ‘animal people’

Nothing brings out the seasonal cheer like crapping all over people who love dogs and treat them as members of their families. Slate writer Ruth Graham went after people for feeling sad for Bush’s service dog, Sully, after the president passed away late last week and THAT didn’t work out so well for her.

Honestly, it just seems like Graham really doesn’t like animals in general:

As guilt-inducing as kid-parenting?

Seems she’s not a fan of kids either.

National correspondent for NPR, Sarah McCammon, seemingly doubled down on Graham’s anti-dog hot take:

Say what?

These people should not have dogs.

Sorry, not sorry.

Quiet you, they’re busy judging everyone else.

One guess.

Awwwwwwwww.

Probably other differences but fair point.

Ha!

We do not deserve dogs.


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