NRA has been saying for years that the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) raises money under false pretenses. Now, a former HSUS employee confirms that donations intended for the care of dogs and cats are instead being used to bankroll the group’s radical animal-rights agenda.
“What I came to realize while working for the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), a national animal organization, was that a lot of donor money is wasted and that immediate problems are too often neglected,” wrote Didi Culp, who now serves as humane education for Frederick County, Md., Animal Control. “Worse, I came to understand that many Americans are funding animal-rights activism (such as anti-meat, anti-milk propaganda) instead of animal-welfare programs such as pet shelters—without even realizing it. National animal groups employ lobbyists, deploy flashy public relations campaigns and focus enormous resources on raising money—all while providing relatively little actual care to animals.”
Read the full story in The Washington Times.