Watch PETA use a couple of little kids to shame Michelle Obama over the White House Easter Egg Roll
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When in doubt, have a couple of little kids deliver the message.
That's apparently PETA's plan with a YouTube video it posted this week. The infamous animal rights group is upset with the White House for using real, hard-boiled eggs at its annual Easter Egg Roll, notes Opposing Views.
So, in the video, three young girls lay out their logic to the First Lady as to why plastic would be better:
"I'm not mad, I'm just disappointed."
"If all the other first ladies jumped off a bridge, would you?"
"You're better than this!"
With patriotic music playing behind them, the girls note far-beyond-their-years statistics on how many chickens remain caged up to produce the thousands of eggs slated to be used at the Easter Egg Roll. The math comes out to "like, a gazillion eggs!"
Watch the whole video, below. --Sarah Eberspacher