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Have you ever wished for a device to perfectly explain how certain politicians pit disenfranchised Americans against each other for their own personal gain? Well, look no further than Chick-Fil-A's infamous "Eat More Chiken" commercials. Twitter user Roche posted the clever observation on Wednesday, September 12, and it's gone viral with over 407k favorites and 70k retweets!



It turns out Roche isn't the first person to think along these lines:


But why would the cows act against their own interests?






And the cows aren't the only consumables being manipulated...







Comparisons to Animal Farm were abundant...






...and some Twitter users still insisted one side was the "right" one...


...but it was ultimately clear what had to be done.



Let the uprising begin!



It's time for the animals to go on strike!



Finally, let there be peace among the animals.



It's time to fight the real villain:


H/T - Twitter, Adweek

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