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This week’s Twitter hashtag: #kendalljones

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Posted: Thursday, July 10, 2014 3:19 pm

FB page down bc of “animal abuse policy” but “Kill” her page is OK? Wait ... Humans are “animals” too right?

This is sick. This is perverted and obscene.

Being a hunter myself...eat what you hunt & respect what you kill. There is no respect in these pics.

This young lady thinks it’s great and inspiring to kill beautiful, rare animals.

If hunting wild animals is legitimately a sport, then I’m rooting for the wild animals.

The fact that #SupportKendall exists and that people are encouraging and sticking up for #KendallJones makes me want to puke.

Makes me feel sick. Does nobody understand how wrong it is to pointlessly kill these beautiful animals?

Even more sick and obscene than the “Kill Kendall” page on Facebook? Priorities, man. Get some.

This whole #KendallJones stuff has gotten out of hand. She didn’t do anything wrong, people. Read the facts before you assume something.

Hating on Kendall but supporting pro-choice. Perfect sense.

Interesting to watch all these people who have lived perfect, pristine lives publicly rake #kendalljones over the coals.

Whether you believe in trophy hunting or not, calling for her death is ridiculous & doesn’t make you any better of a person.

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