Twitter CEO Reminded by LGBT Community That He's Not Allowed to Enjoy Chick-Fil-A

People walk past a new Chick-fil-A restaurant, Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015 in New York. The Atlanta-based privately held franchise company has more than 1900 restaurants in 41 states and Washington, D.C. The New York franchise, located a few blocks from Times Square, opens Saturday, Oct. 3, marking its push to become a bigger national player. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

The chicken sandwich restaurant Chick-fil-A is so good, be it the food or the customer service, that pretty much everyone enjoys it. In fact, they enjoy it so much that it’s quickly rocketing to third place in the most frequented fast food chains, coming under Starbucks and McDonald’s.


But Chick-fil-A is also a Christian establishment, and as such is the recipient of all sorts of hate. None more so public than that of the LGBT community.

It all started when, during an interview, Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy made the comment that they believe in “the biblical definition of the family unit,” which is exactly what you’d expect from a Christian based company run by Christians. They also are said to associate with other businesses that are “hostile” toward the LGBT community.

Since then, Chick-fil-A has been deemed guilty of selling “hate chicken.” Delicious…delectable hate chicken.

But the so-called “hate chicken” is so good that even the SJW’s social media “yes-man,” Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, forgets himself and chows down on Christian cooking with gusto. In fact, he loves it so much that he bragged about it by taking a screenshot of his purchase on his phone.

This kicked the hornet’s nest of anti-Chick-fil-A wasps slumbering between their bouts of public Chick-fil-A hate, reminding Jack that he can’t enjoy the simple things in life because it doesn’t fall into the approved LGBT guidelines.


This was lead by Soledad O’Brien, who reminded Jack that it’s Pride Month and that eating Chick-fil-A on such a holy holiday is a sin.

Jack responded with an acknowledgment that he had sinned, and remembered Chick-fil-A’s horrid past of…serving chicken to everyone indiscriminately but retaining their own values?

My message to Jack, should he ever lower himself to read something that wasn’t first approved by his “trust and safety council,” is that Chick-fil-A is not out to get anybody in the gay community. They’re just a restaurant that happens to have Christian philosophies attached to it. In fact, those philosophies are part of what makes Chick-fil-A so good.

The second is more of a message for everyone. Eat up. The LGBT community, the social justice community, and every other community out there is not your boss. Eat, shop, and enjoy whatever you want if it so pleases you. If there’s one thing I can’t stand it’s mobs telling others what they can and can’t enjoy. Especially when that mob anger stems from a place of absolute lunacy.


Eating, and bragging about eating, Chick-fil-A is the first thing I’ve seen Jack do that actually made me think he was human, and not some obedient pet that sits, stays, and rolls over whenever a left-leaning group tells him to.

Eat mor chicken, Jack. Eat all the mor chicken you want.


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