What happens when one lefty, like Sherri Lightner on the San Diego city council, is not lefty enough? Find an Animal Liberal Front sympathizer such as Bryan Pease (who to this day will not confess on record to being a member of their organization, rather nothing but a mere supporter of their tactics) to run against her. Not familiar with ALF? No problem—just ask the FBI or CIA about how many years in a row they have been classified as a terrorist organization. Known for their violence, destruction, and bullying ways, ALF and other animal rights organizations are not exactly sympathetic and compassionate towards humans and their rights to thrive and survive.
Bryan, the attorney, laughs about breaking the law in this video:
Dan Moody, a San Diego chef, recently felt the bullying and vindictive wrath of Pease when he organized a counter protest in front of the Cowboy Star restaurant in East Village (a hipster enclave in downtown San Diego) that serves dishes such as foie gras. A delicacy considered to be cruel by animal activists and for many years a far leftist topic of discussion across America, Pease’s merry band of vegan protesters disrupted the day to day business of the restaurant crying out against their use of the duck liver pate. This is when Moody stepped in with a coalition of chefs from around the state to stand in front of Pease’s organization. Enraged at Dan and the coalition of chefs who have taken their fight to Sacramento in order to keep the use of foie gras in their restaurants legal, Pease lashed out over Twitter at Moody in several tweets. One included personal information such as his voting preferences and home address.
For all you Twitter heads out there, you know this is outrageously inappropriate, and most importantly is a direct violation of Twitter’s (and every other social media site in the universe) terms of service.
In an interview tonight, Moody said, “Pease is a lawyer, and should know not only as a political operative, but as a purveyor of the law, that publicly offering one’s personal information is unethical and illegal”. I can tell you after working on campaigns for nearly a decade, the only way Pease was able to get his hands on Moody’s address and party affiliations was through political databases used in the political world to contact voters. When using said databases, one must agree to all sorts confidentiality clauses. It is expected of you to be a decent person and that you only work with data for the purpose of advancing your campaign. And once you sign on the dotted line, that is it. Voters and their privacy are to be respected.
Pease goes on epic rants against “Right Wing Nut Jobs” like a good fame whore. He began to tweet links to outrageous animal liberation propaganda, once others began to notice that he had illegally posted Dan Moody’s personal information, in order to take the heat off himself for being an utter DeltaBravo.
Now that all these right wing nutjobs are following and tweeting about me, I’ll take the opportunity to direct you to meatvideo.com
— Bryan Pease (@bryanpease) May 15, 2012
Perhaps Cornell never taught Bryan Pease Esq. about the nifty idea of taking a screen shot? Delete as you please, but remember what’s put into the interwebz, stays on the interwebz. Soon after the bombardment of his Twitter feed, the tweet with Moody’s information was taken down, and Pease went on to spew more animal activist drivel. Let’s just hope this big shot’s dreams of being a small time politician stops right here at his lame attempt for San Diego City Council, District 1, in the June 5, 2012 election. The last thing California needs at any capacity is a man who feels that the rights of ducks supersedes that of man and his ability to cook, own a restaurant, and provide for himself.