As a longtime host for her own
national live talk show on “Court TV,” Lisa Bloom now serves as a legal
analyst for the major television networks CNN and CBS News.
for her insights, unbiased interviews and direct manner of speech, Ms.
Bloom appears daily as a legal expert or guest host on multiple
television and radio programs, including “The Dr. Phil Show,” “Larry
King Live,” “Issues with Jane Velez-Mitchell,” and “The Early Show.” Ms.
Bloom has also become a champion of
justice for the defenseless
such as children, and she is also a committed vegan and animal lover.
March 23, she attended a book signing event for “Gristle,” which
describes the harms of intensive livestock raising and is co-edited by
multi-award winning vegan musician Moby.
Affirming her support
of the book’s message about the animal suffering caused by meat
consumption, Ms. Bloom also articulated her firm stance on climate
change and its largest cause, factory farming.Lisa Bloom – Award-winning CNN and CBS TV
news network legal analyst, Vegan (F):
I’m a lifelong vegetarian
and I’m a vegan now. And you know, there’s no question that the number
one contributor to climate change is livestock production – in fact,
more than all of the cars, planes, trains and boats in the world
to climate change.
And climate change is the biggest threat to
my children’s generation. It’s probably going to be the biggest
humanitarian crisis in world history. So I think we all have a moral
imperative to do whatever we can to stop it. And the quickest way to
make an effect is to immediately start on a vegan diet.
happens to be delicious and good for your health, so it’s a win-win.
But you know, the methane gas that cows produce, which is a big
contributor to climate change will very quickly disappear from the
atmosphere if we stop producing livestock, versus the CO2 that stays in
the atmosphere for a very long time, so it just makes sense on so many
levels to stop eating meat, to stop eating any kind of dairy products or
eggs, from a climate change point of view, to reduce animal suffering,
and also for human health.
VOICE: Well said, Lisa Bloom! Our
admiring salute and appreciation for your honesty, courage, and
dedication in discussing this most important issue of our time. Through
clear voices such as yours, may there soon be justice for all beings in a
humane and loving world.Lisa
I’m Lisa Bloom from CNN. I’m a legal analyst from CNN
and CBS News. Be veg, go green, save the planet! http://www.lisabloom.com/http://www.lisabloom.com/id1.html