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Nov 29 2019

Walking Away From Chick-fil-A

The dust seems to have settled regarding Chick-fil-A’s sellout. The scene revealed is not pretty. The ostensibly Christian company appears to have betrayed its massive base of loyal customers to pander to militant moonbats who have bullied it.

In addition to pulling funding from the Salvation Army (which is hated by leftists for being grounded in Christianity), Chick-fil-A is giving money not only to the perversion-promoting Covenant House, but to one of the most conspicuously pernicious leftist organizations in the country: the Southern Poverty Law Center.


“We don’t want our intent and our work to be encumbered by someone else’s politics or cultural war,” the Chick-fil-A Foundation’s Rodney Bullard said. “If something gets in the way of our mission, that is something that we are mindful of and cognizant of.”

Bullard, who is executive director of the foundation, donated to the presidential campaigns of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton — neither of whom would be likely to advance the Christian values Chick-fil-A has represented in the public mind.

His profession of neutrality is a sham. He oversees the donation of Chick-fil-A money to politically minded outfits that aggressively take part in the Culture War on behalf of the Left.

These include the pro-abortion YWCA and Pace Center for Girls, the pro-LGBT Chris 180 and Junior Achievement, and the “progressive” New Leadership Council and Usher’s New Look.

But the most shocking revelation was a 2017 donation to the Southern Poverty Law Center, an organization dedicated to labeling mainstream Christian and/or conservative organizations—including Chick-fil-A itself—as “hate groups.”

Recall Floyd Lee Corkins, who was directed by an SPLC Hate Map to the offices of the Family Research Council. He showed up with a gun, 95 rounds of ammunition, and 15 Chick-fil-A sandwiches, which he intended to smear in the faces of his victims after he murdered them for supporting traditional marriage. Fortunately, Corkins was stopped by security guard Leo Johnson, who was wounded in the incident.

Chick-fil-A has tried to have it both ways, knuckling under to LGBT bullies while reminding its customers that at least it is still closed on Sundays. It will end by having it neither way. Moonbats will never be satisfied; each demand granted only leads to still more outrageous demands. Meanwhile, their countermoonbat customers will walk off in disgust.

On tips from Kate P and Stormfax.

2 Responses to “Walking Away From Chick-fil-A”

  1. […] Chick-fil-A has been using Christianity as a marketing tool, making dupes of their customers. As noted earlier, the Chick-fil-A Foundation is run by Rodney Bullard, a generous Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton […]

  2. […] Chick-fil-A isn’t the only one to sell out. The Hallmark Channel is considered a refuge from the nearly ubiquitous degeneracy that characterizes our times. The Christmas movies they run are probably corny, but wholesome corniness has a place. Not in utopia though. Already, even the Hallmark Channel has been brought to heel, compelled to advocate sexual depravity. […]

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