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Apr 13 2017

Leftist Bullies Claim Chick-fil-A Makes Them Feel Unsafe

Want something banned? Just pretend that it makes you afraid — even if it’s just a chicken sandwich. Political correctness must be the most nauseating form of thuggery ever devised:

Student senators at Duquesne University are lobbying for the cancellation of plans to bring Chick-fil-A to campus in the fall, saying they “fear” for the safety of their peers.

The popular fast-food chain came under fire in 2012 after its president, Dan Cathy, admitted his company was “guilty as charged” for donating to organizations opposed to same-sex marriage, prompting years of protests by LGBT activists, especially on college campuses.

Unlike the campus social justice warriors who demand that it be banned merely for reminding them that not everyone agrees with them regarding the sanctity of marriage, Chick-fil-A is hardly pushy when it comes to politics.

Campus Reform reported in 2015, for instance, that the Student Government Association at Johns Hopkins University demanded the removal of Chick-fil-A from campus, calling its presence a “microaggression,” though outrage slowly died down as IRS filings showed the company had virtually cancelled its donations to organizations opposing same-sex marriage.

However, Alinskyite political strategy dictates that once a target has been picked, it must be frozen, personalized, polarized, and destroyed. A Gay-Straight Alliance crybully cracks her whip:

“I’ve tried very hard within the last semester and a half to promote this safe environment for the LGBTQ community. So I fear that with the Chick-fil-A being in Options [an on-campus food court] that maybe people will feel that safe place is at risk,” Rachel Coury explained, adding that at the very least her organization would like “someone” to “make a statement” on the issue.

“It would be a really big deal for Lambda [Gay-Straight Alliance] and the whole LGBTQ community on campus if someone could make a statement to eliminate the fear of being marginalized by having this business on campus,” she said.

If Rachel ever wonders what it feels like to really be marginalized rather than holding the whip hand, she might try dropping her militant pervert jihad for a day and walk in the shoes of a Bible-believing Christian on a college campus.

chick-fil-a
Would be tasty even if moonbats didn’t want it banned.

On tips from Scott D and Sufferfortribe.



  • Musicmaven

    They don’t have to eat there….but WE don’t like it so no one can have it !
    F-ing babies!

  • Anonymous
  • Americangirl5

    She would like “someone to make a statement”? Is she too busy studying? Too much work to do it her [sic]self? Useless.

  • JeffersonSpinningInGrave

    My local chick-fil-a has two openly gay managers. I don’t know them well, but they don’t seem marginalized or persecuted in any way, and certainly don’t seem to show any indication that they want to leave. I’ve told this to some of the raging lefties with whom I work, who wouldn’t have such experiences because the New York Times editorial pages told them not to eat at chick-fil-a. Shame. They are missing out on some tasty chicken strips.

  • JeffersonSpinningInGrave

    Yep, they could just not eat there (though the chain has been known to take free beverages out to protestors on hot days). Anyway, if they cannot cope with even the idea that someone, somewhere out there does not love and accept every aspect of their lifestyle, they are in for a rough life.

  • Jester
  • Short answer: Stay away fro Chick-Filet if you have an irrational fear of it or it’s products.

    Of course simple solutions are beyond the ability of moonbats to understand.

  • Ol’ Uncle Lar

    They’re just suffering from Filet-o-phobia. they need to be called out on their irrational fear of chicken sandwiches.

  • The poor little cry baby pinkos.

  • Agrippa

    Hey, I don’t like it, and won’t eat there, so YOU can’t eat there either!
    F’in blatant fascism, come to roost (pardon!) on college campi.
    If you turkeys (pardon!) can’t handle this, you’re in for a long, difficult life (assuming you will actually graduate with a degree in something useful) — hate to tell ‘ya, but out in the real world, nobody gives a damn what you want or what you think. Your days of being “special” are soon to be over! Well, there’s always suicide at the first little slight you experience once you’re out there — go for it!

  • NotKennedy

    Damned food-faggots should be afraid, or at least ashamed. This is the time of year when queers strut for cheers. Better, that they would get a tasty chicken sandwich and keep their shame to themselves.

  • eet mor chikin

    snowflakes ‘r chicken

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  • OldSailor

    Mmmmm! I may just go out for lunch today instead of brown bagging.

  • OldSailor

    No they aren’t. They’re noisy, dirty seagulls.

  • OldSailor

    Chik-fil-A’s willingness to go above and beyond is well known by those who choose to ignore the biased leftwing media including providing hot food and beverages to emergency workers and blizzard stranded motorists.

    The “cry-bullies” need to change their message as well as their diapers. Both stink to high-heaven (there I go, another micro-aggression by mentioning “heaven.”)

  • JeffersonSpinningInGrave

    Perfect! I I think I’ll take the family out tonight. Get a tasty meal for a reasonable price, and give the middle finger to the crybullies. Classic win-win.

  • JeffersonSpinningInGrave

    She pretty much already did make her statement. Which is fine. Not enough for her to voice her opinion, though. She really wants her opinion to be enforced.

  • Momster

    It used to be “If you don’t play it my way, I won’t play.” Now it’s “If you don’t play it my way, I won’t play, and I won’t let YOU play, either!”

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