“Once a week or so, [Clinton] will have a helping of organic salmon or an omelet made with omega-3-fortified eggs, to maintain iron, zinc and muscle mass,” wrote Joe Conason in the AARP magazine’s August/September 2013.
“Clearly fish is meat,” said Jeff Kerr, an attorney for PETA. “They have thoughts. They have interests. They have a central nervous system. They are not swimming vegetables.”
According to the article, restaurant owners proud of the patronage bragged about CLinton dining on steak in their establishments.
Out of all the things to lie about, why his diet?
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