In case you missed it: The sheeple speak

They’ll rally around anything, it seems — even if they don’t understand what they’re shouting about.

A recent New Zealand sheep call turned into an impromptu political rally when the sheep decided to follow their leader, even though that had no idea what all the yelling was about.

Asked, “What do want?” the sheeple respond enthusiastically, although their demands are probably going to go unheard. (Language barrier.)

They respond just as excitedly when asked, “When do you want it?” and a few follow-up questions.

Maybe the herd mentality is weakening, though, by the end of the video &#8212 the sheep don’t sound too excited about fighting for their leader.

“Fight for me!” he says.

“Not this time,” respond the sheep (probably).

Sensing the rally is about to turn against him, their leader promptly gives his closing remarks:

“You suck.”


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