SAV Comment – No doubt access removed by the emperor to cover up for his animal abusing friends.
Jesus America – how did you ever vote a ***** like this into being President ? – Mega rich looking after mega rich and nothing else.
On Friday the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) removed tens of thousands of animal-related inspection reports, documents and enforcement actions from its public website, citing unspecified privacy issues and, strangely, a commitment to “transparency.”
Animal welfare groups such as the ASPCA, as well as journalists, pet-related businesses, state agencies and the public rely heavily on this online resource.
Why is USDA hiding the reports now?
Why make it more difficult to look into a business’s record of animal treatment?
Stand with us now and sign our petition to USDA, telling it to reverse its blackout on animal welfare information.