Saturday, September 9, 2017

Should MoveOn support this petition?

Dear MoveOn member,

A MoveOn member named Wayne Hsiung recently created a petition on our public petition website entitled "Attorney General Sessions: Stop the Hunt for Baby Lily!"–and we'd like to know what you think of it.

The petition is addressed to Jeff Sessions, Attorney General of the United States, and reads:

Call for an end to FBI raids and intimidation of animal rescues, and stop the hunt for Lily the piglet! #ProtectLily

Sign Wayne's petition.

Here's what Wayne wrote about it:

FBI agents are raiding animal sanctuaries with search warrants in a search for a baby pig rescued from a factory farm. This is not just deeply immoral - we have a duty to help animals who are being abused - but an incredible waste of government resources, in a time that our nation is in crisis due to natural disasters. We're asking Attorney General Sessions to instruct the Utah US Attorney and FBI offices to stop the harassment of animal rescuers, call off the hunt for Lily, and prosecute animal abusing corporations!

Can you click to let us know what you think?

I want to sign this petition.

I don't think MoveOn should support this petition.

We'll decide whether to send this petition out to additional MoveOn members in your area based on your feedback.

In case you haven't heard about it, MoveOn's petition site allows anyone to start an online petition and share it with friends and neighbors to build support for their cause.

Thanks for all you do.

—Milan, Alex, Corinne, Erica, and the rest of the team

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