Pennsylvania Vegan Loses Food Truck Business After Celebrating Murder of ‘Meat Eaters’ in Las Vegas

The owner of a vegan food truck in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, was forced to shut down her business and go into hiding after receiving blowback from a Facebook post celebrating the fate of the “fifty nine meat eaters” who died in last week’s mass shooting in Las Vegas.

  • Drunk by Noon ✓

    I thought vegans were pro life?
    It seems they just are misanthropic haters of people.

    • Alain

      To be fair and accurate that only applies to Western vegans. Of course not all of them either, but it is widespread. For them it is an ideology more than a religious based belief that one can find in Asia. I never met an Asian vegan who believed or thought this kind of thing, or that they were superior to non vegans. The same applies to vegetarians in Asia as opposed to the West.

      • Alain and DbN – I never met a Vegan who had this woman’s opinion. It is an unfair generalization to claim all or most Vegans have such attitudes. Utter nonsense, in fact.

        • Drunk by Noon ✓

          Maybe the Vegans in Switzerland are different?
          Every single vegan I have ever met out here is just like that.
          Are you a vegan? Congrats on not being an a-hole.
          Why are they so sanctimonious?

          • Really, even in my youth in Vancouver BC, when I first became vegetarian, I never met people such as you describe. All the more today, when veganism and vegetarianism are much more widespread through all segments of the population. Just how many crazy vegans have you met in your life?

    • On stupid woman says something stupid and you accuse all vegans… !?

      • Drunk by Noon ✓

        Well, if that has been my exclusive experience with Vegans, then why WOULDN’T I think that way?
        Let’s get back to a group we can all hate: adjunct professors.

        • Well, that would be a hasty generalization, since obviously people who do not want to eat meat do not necessarily hate and wish the death of people who do eat meat. I mean, DbN, have you ever seen me rant against meat eaters? I praise vegetarianism, but never revile non-vegetarians.

          • ntt1

            pretty suspicious right there are you sure you don’t sneak the odd steak 🙂

          • Lol. No, never – not even a hidden desire for it. I sometimes smell the meat dishes of some neighbors, and I am aware it must be tasty, but I have no lust for it. It is like smoking – long ago I smoked, yet today I simply cannot understand what smokers find attractive in smoke.

  • simus1

    Pot damaged brain would be a good bet.

    • Drunk by Noon ✓

      It’s always the adjunct professors for some reason.

      • Brett McS

        We – more accurately – call them Teacher’s Aides.

  • Dana Garcia

    Too much tofu makes people mean.

    That and liberalism.

    • Tofu is great.

      • Maggat

        Maybe, but liberalism sure as hell ain’t.

        • Bla Bla


        • The fallacy of many questions, pointed out by Aristotle. E.g. “When did you stop beating your mother?”
          I said Tofu is great, I didn’t say liberalism is.

          • Frances

            Beginning to hear concerns about too much consumption of tofu being not great for the body.

          • I read that recently. But who eats so much of it? I don’t. Veggie food (i.e. meat substitutes) is very varied; it takes a while to go through all the possibilities!

          • Frances

            I’ve seen various comments, but one was that women with breast cancer who went vegan and depended on soy as their main protein were having problems. Apparently soy has a pseudo-estrogen effect which is not always good.

          • Could well be. Moderation in all things is wise. As I said, there are many other meat substitutes and one should vary one’s food. Seitan is made from wheat. There are mushroom based meat substitutes. Vege-burgers are made with various grains and pulse. Soya is one possible ingredient.

      • Blacksmith

        I do believe that I have an opposing opinion on that. I have yet to meet a tofu that I liked. Please don’t try and convert me though. I prefer my soy on sauce form.

        • Bon appetit.

          • ntt1

            in all fairness I have tried and really enjoyed vegetarian Indian cuisine and spending time in Northern Thailand I got very used to meat free or meat as condiment dishes. Its surprising how the LBs fall off when you don’t have dairy or meat in excess of a few ounces a day.

          • Dana Garcia

            What gripes me is tofu pretending to be something it’s not, e.g. tofuburger.

            You want a burger, get some beef.

          • No, tofu is tofu, and there are many other interesting meat substitutes nowadays. At least where I live.

          • Thai cooking is great.

  • Maurice Miner

    I tend to suspect that Delinda and her green-haired son have a bit of a “strange” relationship.

    Nothing I say is based in fact, it is simply my initial thoughts when looking at that picture…

    • Blacksmith

      I had the same reaction to that picture. If I saw either of those coming down the street I would hide my children.

      • ntt1

        i would also hide my house plants

  • Millie_Woods

    This is what hppens when you eat too many nuts.

    • terrence22

      yes, you become one – a nut, that is.

      • Ridiculous nonsense.

        • Bla Bla


          Don’t worry man, we know you are a good guy – even if you are vegan! 😀

          • I know you know – but I’m defending the vegan cause anyway! 😉

  • ntt1

    its an eating disorder that prompts already unhinged progressives to virtue signal with the intensity of a neutron star. she is also an adjunct history professor and a child abuser judging by her whacked out son. put her on trial for crimes against tofu.

    • Bla Bla

      Do they not hear the screams of the vegetables?

      • terrence22

        Reminds me of this one – PERV

        People for the Ethical Regard of Vegetables
        • How would you like to be separated from your nether regions, plunged into a boiling cauldron of oil or water and then eaten?
        • How would you like to have your genitalia cut off and used to decorate churches, houses and the bosoms of human females?
        • How would you like to have your unborn children put in a mill and ground up over the corpses of related species?
        • How would you like to have your head cut off so that people can play football on you?
        • And it’s a matter of your own health. Do you realise that leguminous vegetables such as peas and beans fix deadly nitrogen from the air, which could give you cancer?

        Act now! Send a large cheque to the Number Watch Cayman Island account to become a member of PERV. In return you will receive a free catalogue of synthesized proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins and fibre (no fat, of course) with price list. Leave the flowers where they are in the field. You know it makes scents.

        • Bla Bla


        • Vegetables, unlike animals, presumably have no consciousness.

  • Hard Little Machine

    This is what I love about social media. It lets crazy angry people BE crazy and angry because they fail to understand that screaming in public doesn’t entitle you to suffer no consequences. When reality cold-wet-fish slaps them in the face the look they give you is priceless.