Animal Abusers Could Be Made to Register Like Sex Offenders
Tucker Carlson reported that several jurisdictions may soon consider motions to create registries for animal abusers the same way sex offenders are documented.
Carlson said Tennessee is currently the only state that has such a registry.
But, he said legislation has been passed in Cook County, Ill., which is home to Chicago, and Massachusetts and Arizona are considering legislation to create such lists.
Carlson said that animals are helpless in the hands of humans and that it is up to us to treat them fairly.
"Your relationship with them is governed only by empathy," he said. "If you hurt an animal, it says a lot about how you treat people."
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