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Chick-fil-A betrays Christians, surrenders to LGBT forces

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November 18, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — Suddenly, Chick-fil-A chicken isn’t as appetizing as it once was.

Chick-fil-A announced today that it will stop donating to The Salvation Army and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, groups that LGBT activists have deemed “anti-gay.” The move can only be interpreted as Chick-fil-A knuckling under to pressure from LGBT political forces.

The restaurant that had earned hero status for itself because of its courage in standing up to the LGBT juggernaut has now essentially betrayed million of its loyal customers.

Chick-fil-A caved. They waved the white flag. They surrendered.  

They were a great symbol of the resistance against the out-of-control sexual revolution, but no more.  

“Yesterday they stood for something today they don't,” tweeted Paul Z. “Next they'll come out with a commercial featuring an 8 year old drag queen.”

The surrender comes just three weeks after LGBT groups coerced the landlord of Chick-fil-A’s first ever restaurant in the United Kingdom to agree not to renew its lease just one week after the location had opened.   

“There is a war against traditional values across the globe,” declared conservative commentator Todd Starnes concerning the pending closure of Chick-Fil-A’s sole British outpost. 

“A small but vicious group of LGBT activists is hellbent on forcing every human on the planet to bow down to their radical agenda,” continued Starnes. “They even target conservative gays – anyone who dares to stand in their way.”

“LGBTQ said they wanted freedom for their views but all along we knew they wanted total acceptance by all!” tweeted Ken Ham. “They are some of the most intolerant in our culture.”

For years, many of us who are chaste same-sex attracted have stood up for Chick-fil-A and gone out of our way to patronize them. That allegiance ends today.  

“The company is giving the middle finger to most of its customers those customers should go eat at better restaurants,” asserted Ryan Saavedra in a tweet.  

“Mark this day as the day that Chick-fil-A started their downhill slide to mediocrity in fast food. They have abandoned their base and core values instead of standing firm in what made them great and profitable,” tweeted Chris Loesch. “The service will suffer, quality of food, everything. Mark it down.”

It just sucks for a company that had defied the rage mob to suddenly cave, like all the rest,” said Matt Walsh.

Walsh is right. This just sucks. 

“If the folks in charge of Chick-fil-A think that this will satisfy its LGBTQIA+ critics, they are going to be seriously disappointed,” warned Thomas Berryman, a chaste same-sex attracted Catholic. “Their critics will now expect Chick-fil-A to ‘do penance’ for its ‘sins’ by donating money to LGBTQIA+ groups and giving them seats on their board of directors, indoctrinating its employees, pay for ‘pride’ commercials like Coke did, and holding ‘pride’ days, weeks, or months -- and perhaps pressuring its suppliers to do the same.”

Contact Chick-fil-A corporate headquarters and let them know what you think about their decision to halt donations to The Salvation Army and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes due to pressure from LGBT forces:

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Doug Mainwaring

Doug Mainwaring is a journalist for LifeSiteNews, an author, and a marriage, family and children's rights activist.  He has testified before the United States Congress and state legislative bodies, originated and co-authored amicus briefs for the United States Supreme Court, and has been a guest on numerous TV and radio programs.  Doug and his family live in the Washington, DC suburbs.