If there was one thing Chick-fil-A had, it was a strong (and loyal) conservative customer base.
But what will happen now that they’ve pandered to the left?
And should we be shocked that they did it?
The Chick-fil-A Foundation has formally severed ties with two of the Christian charities they support: The Salvation Army and The Fellowship of Christian athletes.
Because “progressive” activists wanted them to.
Because they’ve been bullied into bowing down to a base that will never “embrace” them the way their Christian base did. By a group of people that will only continue until nothing that Chick-fil-A once stood for remains.
In FrontPageMag.com, investigative journalist Daniel Greenfield shares how it all came to be.
His opening paragraph pretty much sums it up:
“Chick-fil-A’s announcement that it was dumping the Salvation Army and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, which have come under attack by gay activist groups, caught Christian fans of the fast food chain by surprise. It shouldn’t have if they had been paying attention to CFA’s corporate structure.”
That’s when he introduces you to Rodney D. Bullard, the Chick-fil-A Foundation’s Executive Director. Who happens to be an Obama and Clinton donor. But snuck through the public smell test because he worked with the Bush Administration.
Learn when the writing should have been on the wall and what will happen next.
Not just for Chick-fil-A, but for any business with higher calling…
Read more here.