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Chick-fil-A: It Went Bad Years Ago

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Notice! Entering Official Chick-fil-A Grovel Zone.

Christians were shocked when Chick-fil-A last month caved in to Organized Sodomy and discontinued its charitable donations to the Salvation Army and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes–tarred by Big Sodomy as “anti-gay.”

But in point of fact, Chick-fil-A has been playing footsie with the dark side for years.

In 2014 the owner died, his widow died in 2015, and whoever’s in charge now wound up hiring this creepy little leftist to manage the Chick-fil-A Foundation–where he proceeded to funnel Chick-fil-A’s money to more Far Left groups than you can shake a stick at (https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/2019/11/chick-fil-put-obama-and-hillary-supporter-charge-daniel-greenfield/). We wonder, in fact, if there was any Far Left outfit that Chick-fil-A didn’t donate to. Daniel Greenfield has assembled a partial list.

In doing so, Greenfield writes for Frontpage Mag, Chick-fil-A has become “just another corporate leftist charity that lavishes cash on organizations linked to local Democrats and assorted diversity causes.” They’re going to keep it up, he predictcs, and “Then, before you know it, there will be a Chick-fil-A ad campaign about toxic masculinity.”

Bound to happen, for as long as Obama and Clinton donor Rodney Bullard is in the Chick-fil-A Foundation driver’s seat. He needs to be fired, and his works torn down and undone. Otherwise we must take Chick-fil-A’s betrayal of American Christians as a purposeful act, and find someone else to sell us fast food.

We have also learned to be extremely leery of any entity labeled a “foundation.” It seems they’re all up to no good.

We are learning that the Swamp is wider than D.C. and as deep as the pit. Far Left loonies have crept into everything, turning our institutions against us.

We didn’t know that, prior to the arrival of Donald Trump to the White House. But we know it now.

Draining the Swamp, after it’s had decades to strengthen itself at our expense, will be a long, hard, often frustrating job. But it would be hard to find a more important one.

We pray the Lord will equip us for the work.

 

 

 


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