With Blinders on and Cotton in Ears Wallis Claims Success
Let’s forget about the false pretenses that the gathering was based upon, don’t pay any mind to the dismal turn-out, forget about the State/County ethics investigations, don’t acknowledge that touted keynote speakers did not buy into premise of the gather and by no means will we give a nod to the bad press and documented altercation caused by one, Sue Wallis BECAUSE we make our own rules, news and hype…”We beez a Sucksess!”.
Good grief, give them a pen, keyboard or a soapbox and they will turn your stomach with distortions of the truth and total non-acceptance of fact. Two plus days of chest thumping by a few fringe radicals and they declare their meeting a success. No plans, no timeline, no market and no audience yet everything is just okee-dokeey. A normal person would be cowering in their closet, mortified and broken from such a public embarrassment not alone worried about what the authorities have in mind for multiple investigations into possible criminal activity.
“Slaughterhouse” Sue Wallis, currently under investigation for fraud and ethics charges, boasts on her and Dave Duquette’s self-adulation blog for the “Scummit of Horse Slaughter” that they had 200 people attend and 879 unique views on their webcasts, plural. What she fails to mention is that 45 of those 200 people were actual speakers and many of the remaining were calm and professional equine advocates (terrorists in Wallis speak) who were rightfully documenting the lunacy and depravity of the event while 863 of the unique views, over a 3 day period, were probably tax-paying American horse lovers spewing coffee and donuts across the room over all of the outrageous and inane dribble. Those few days netted enough material to keep not only sane bloggers and columnists alive for months but comedians can have a field day with the contradictions and false allegations.
Troubled Wyoming State Rep. Sue Wallis issued an inane statement that the failed meeting was a success while the bulk of the news out of the gather centered on their two key note speakers, Bob Abbey and Dr. Temple Grandin, clear opposition to their stand on slaughtering horses in the U.S. for human consumption. The remainder of the press was clearly focused on Sue Wallis’ alleged unprovoked attack on an equine advocate causing potential damage to her recovering broken arm. (Duquette reported on Facebook that Wallis never left her chair but eye witnesses and security cameras say otherwise, another documented lie, sorry Dave.)
We include a bit of this pathological liar’s drivel, here, as documentation of an individual(s) departure from reality and total disassociation with the truth: SPEW ALERT
We could not be more enthused about the success of the Summit of the Horse!
We had over 200 people there in person, and another 879 unique viewers on our webcasts. Tremendous press coverage nationwide…Wall Street Journal, Dallas Morning News, Tulsa, LA Times, even as far away as New Zealand. Great discussions. Tons of solid data and information. Knowledgeable experts. All of which we will try to make available to as wide an audience as possible in the coming days and weeks.
Efforts are underway to form a broad based coalition to work on common objectives, and the academic equine programs are already collaborating to organize and compile the immense amount of information that was presented at the Summit for various audiences, and for different purposes.
We will be sharing all of this and more in the coming days and weeks.
Be sure to bookmark our home page at http://United-Horsemen.org, where you can check our Summit of the Horse Blog often. Make sure that everyone you know who might be interested is signed up to receive our email updates and alerts. Much is happening and happening fast! We will do our best to keep you posted.
Cheers! and Happy, Happy New Year we are off to a most auspicious and positive beginning!
Sue Wallis, Vice President