Chick-fil-A, a company that prides itself on having “Christian values” has given sizable donations to pro abortion organizations recently.— Stephanie Hazen (@StephanieHazen) November 27, 2019
The majority of the Right is weak. They say “oh well” anytime someone they thought was loyal to them completely screws them over.— Stephanie Hazen (@StephanieHazen) November 27, 2019
They never fight and this is why we lose
Conservatives get banned from social media, payment, transportation/lodging services “oh well”— Stephanie Hazen (@StephanieHazen) November 27, 2019
Christian based companies donate to pro abortion and other leftist causes “oh well”
Supposably right wing politicians promote America last/leftist policies “oh well”
BUT HEY AT LEAST THE ECONOMY IS GOOD GUYS— Stephanie Hazen (@StephanieHazen) November 27, 2019
Please read our press release: https://t.co/aONojhhYDw— FRC (@FRCdc) November 27, 2019
Tax reports have now exposed Chick-fil-A for funding the anti-Christian Southern Poverty Law Center; an organization linked in federal court to domestic terrorism. @townhallcom https://t.co/dOT4fGehQv— FRC (@FRCdc) November 27, 2019
Not only has Chick-fil-A abandoned donations to Christian groups including the Salvation Army, it has donated to one of the most extreme anti-Christian groups in America. Anyone who opposes SPLC is slandered and slapped with their ‘extremist’ or ‘hate group” label. #SPLCexposed— FRC (@FRCdc) November 27, 2019
“It’s time for Christians to find a fast food alternative to Chick-fil-A.” @tperkins— FRC (@FRCdc) November 27, 2019
Wow… Charlie Kirk redemption arc? https://t.co/nCiuzVxImt— Scott Greer (@ScottMGreer) November 27, 2019
I can’t believe that I am saying this.
I agree with Charlie Kirk and Tony Perkins. I got my tendies at Jack’s today instead of Chick-fil-A and plan to continue doing so in protest of this betrayal.
“WASHINGTON, DC — Townhall.com has uncovered an IRS 990 form showing that the Chick-fil-A Foundation contributed $ 2,500 in 2017 to the anti-Christian Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). On August 15, 2012, a terrorist shooter stormed Family Research Council’s (FRC) headquarters armed with a loaded semi-automatic pistol, 100 rounds of ammunition, and 15 Chick-fil-A sandwiches.
The gunman, Floyd Corkins, started firing at FRC’s building manager who heroically tackled the shooter after one of the rounds shattered his arm. Corkins stated that, “I wanted to kill the people in the building and then smear a Chick-fil-A sandwich in their face … to kill as many people as I could.” In a chilling interrogation video released by the FBI, Corkins admitted he picked FRC as a target from the Southern Poverty Law Center’s (SPLC) website. Corkins pled guilty to three charges, including committing an act of domestic terrorism while armed – the first such charge under D.C.’s post-9/11 anti-terrorism law.
Family Research Council President Tony Perkins released the following statement:
“Tax reports have now exposed Chick-fil-A for funding the anti-Christian Southern Poverty Law Center; an organization linked in federal court to domestic terrorism after their smear campaign of Christian organizations resulted in a shooting in which the gunman planned to smear Chick-fil-A sandwiches in the faces of his victims.
“Not only has Chick-fil-A abandoned donations to Christian groups including the Salvation Army, it has donated to one of the most extreme anti-Christian groups in America. Anyone who opposes the SPLC, including many Protestants, Catholics, Jews, Muslims, and traditional conservatives, is slandered and slapped with the ‘extremist’ label or even worse, their ‘hate group’ designation. At one point, the SPLC even added Dr. Ben Carson to its ‘extremist’ list because of his biblical views (and only took him off the list after public outcry).
“Seven years ago, a shooter entered our building with the intent to murder as many people as possible and smear a Chick-fil-A sandwich in their faces. The gunman was enraged by the nationwide Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day held two weeks before and used the SPLC’s ‘hate map’ to identify FRC as his target. Despite being seriously wounded, the FRC building manager, Leo Johnson, heroically stopped the gunman. Dan Cathy, nor anyone with Chick-fil-A inquired about the well-being of Mr. Johnson or any of the FRC team members, but they made a donation to the SPLC which was linked in federal court to this act of domestic terrorism. Chick-fil-A has seriously lost their way.
“It’s time for Christians to find a fast food alternative to Chick-fil-A,” concluded Perkins.
Can we be honest about why this has happened?
Evangelical Christians have been loyal customers of Chick-fil-A for years now and have financially rewarded the company for defending its values. The success that Chick-fil-A has enjoyed in recent years is largely because of their support. The SPLC, Big Fag and the mainstream media bullied Chick-fil-A to the point that it has stopping supporting the Salvation Army.
What lesson should we draw from this? The bullies have gotten their way yet again and it is because Chick-fil-A believes its Christian conservative customers are too nice to pushback against this and will turn the other cheek. It fears Big Fag and the SPLC more than its own base. This is why Christian conservatives have been losing the culture war for decades. It is because their enemies are most ferocious. The faggot will denounce the Christian and call him every name in the book. The Christian is too nice, kindhearted and polite to stand up for himself. Some Christians will even cancel other Christians to virtue signal their opposition to “homophobia.”
The moral of the story is don’t turn the other cheek. Pick up a baseball bat and strike back. Loving your enemies DOES NOT mean allowing them to walk all over you.