Undercover Investigator Speaks Out Against HSUS

Yesterday, we released a second video of our interview with a former HSUS undercover investigator. The investigator-turned-whistleblower disputes the message put forth by HSUS, PETA, and other animal rights activists by saying that most farms treat their animals humanely.

The whistleblower was willing to be interviewed by HumaneWatch provided that we keep his identity anonymous, as he fears retaliation from HSUS. The interview provides great insight into how the Humane Society of the United States peddles false information on animal welfare in order to promote its anti-farm agenda.

Some of the topics covered in the segment include how HSUS plants individuals on farms throughout the country in order to collect and edit misleading footage and how HSUS believes that every single farm is doing something illegal. “The way that HSUS looks at it is, the only way they can make agriculture better would be to get rid of it,” the whistleblower claims.

Watch the full video below. And to see our interview with him regarding pork farms and pig maternity pens, click here.

Posted on 04/22/2015 at 4:23 pm by HumaneWatch Team.

Topics: Animal AgricultureAnnouncementsAudio & Video

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  • Muleman Jack

    What I tell people is that you should never pick a fight with the one who holds the microphone, or the camera, or has the power to edit what is filmed, recorded, or said in an interview. They have the ability to select what is shared, and quite often only share what is in their interest to share.

    • JenellYB

      The farmers and other animal owners that HSUS and PETA and ASPCA don’t go pick a fight with them. Those organizations target the farmer/animal owner to harass and abuse with their staged supposed animal abuse and edited videos and interviews.

    • Kenneth Henderson

      Exactly, mainstream media has been scamming the masses for years. Even though its all propaganda, the propaganda to avoid is the one that seems too good to be true. I look forward to a day when groups like these finally are taken down and disappear.

  • Jeffery Fizer

    I do believe this is true, however, it loses significant credibility with an “anonymous” whistleblower.

    • UndercoverInvestHSUS

      Well, feel free to ask me anything you’d like, friend!

      • Melissa Ann Bellew

        I am an animal lover, but not an animal terrorist! With that being said I wish you guys would put some focus on all the RESCE raids that ARC does?? Also help a group of us that want to put bigger focus on the mass retail rescues. Please feel free to contact me [email protected]

  • Love this. I own and run an animal sanctuary for elk, horses, pigs, goats, llama, deer, and spent more than my disposable income doing this as the economy ran down. I had to find homes for the large animals when I could not afford to replace fencing. My animals often lived past double their life expectancy. Yes, pigs need those maternity crates, or they roll over on the piglets and smother them to death.