There’s nothing quite as dangerous as misinformed and misguided do gooders. This can be demonstrated by voters across the country passing what they thought would be protective legislation for farm animals; not realizing they’d been duped by sensationalistic journalism at its worst. Doctored video images of supposedly mistreated farm animals blasted across the internet are all the rage now, hence the need for legislators in several states to now be considering bills that would make the popular methods used to acquire these “undercover” video creations illegal. Before you scream foul, consider these videos are staged publicity stunts, acquired fraudulently. If these self proclaimed fairy godmothers of animal agriculture really and truly cared about any possible wrong doing in the care of these animals, they would immediately report any abuse to the proper authorities; instead they wait several weeks or months before disclosing their information, proving that Photo Shop and Final Cut Pro aren't that easy. Sometimes it takes quite a bit of time and energy to get something to look and sound just they way you would like.