Chick-fil-A Helps Orlando Victims
The story you won’t hear from the mainstream media.
Chick-fil-A is no stranger to controversy — particularly when it comes to the homosexual agenda. In 2012, the chicken chain faced intense backlash from the Rainbow Mafia, including a boycott, after its CEO, Dan Cathy, said he believes in biblical marriage. Despite continued opposition and hatred from mayors and activists around the country, Chick-fil-A has the highest ratings from consumers. So it’s no surprise — at least to us — when we hear that the restaurant does good deeds.
As people waited in line to donate blood to the massacre victims, Chick-fil-A showed up with food and drinks. On Sunday. That’s right, despite being closed to honor the Sabbath, employees at the Orlando location at University and Rouse Road showed up for work, to serve their neighbors in the wake of an atrocity. “Our restaurant, along with a couple of others in the area, simply responded just like numerous other Orlando businesses and residents have done — we came together as a community to lift those in need,” the restaurant stated.
Has the mainstream media reported this? They’ve barely touched it because it doesn’t fit the narrative that Chick-fil-A is run by anti-homosexual bigots.
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