Most people growing up had pets of some kind and most of those pets were regarded as part of the family.

For years growing up, my family had a couple of dogs that grew up with me as I got older. They loved the same things that every other dog loved and hated the things that most dogs hate like going to the vet.

One thing I am relatively certain that any dog I have ever owned is committed a hate crime.  Why do you say that? Because despite being amazing creatures dogs simply do not have the capacity to think on that kind of a level to not only hate the way a racist hates but to commit a crime due to those thoughts.

That being said, liberals like to label anything that they don’t like as racist. If they to McDonald’s and the ice cream machine is down they will label the machine racist and anyone that’s been near the machine in the past five years.

We’re living in dangerous times.

As long as we allow liberals to define what we can and cannot say, how we can or cannot act, and now, how our pets are allowed to behave, we, as a society, will never truly be free.

A dog has been blamed for a racial hate crime for fouling outside the front door of somebody’s home. The poo-and-run is among 2,500 reported cases of hate crimes logged by the Met Police because ‘the victim perceived this to be a racial incident’.

The 2,507 alleged hate incidents were revealed after a Freedom of Information request by The Mail on Sunday.

In the dog fouling incident, the log read: ‘An unknown dog has fouled outside of victim address and victim perceived this to be a racial incident.’

In another case, it was suggested a barking dog was a hate crime. Police wrote: ‘Suspect’s dog barking at victim.’ David Davies, Tory MP and former special constable, said the recording of such ‘non-crimes’ was a waste of police time. ‘This is part of the reason that police struggle to investigate serious offenses such as home burglaries,’ he told the paper. ‘People need to start thinking more carefully before they call the police.’

Other complaints included a person who felt a bus driver had given them a ‘racist look’ and an angry dad who called police when his daughter lost a tennis match because he believed the umpire to be racist. ‘Informant feels his daughter was subjected to racial discrimination at a tennis match where line calls went against her,’ the police log read. – Metro UK

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