Chick-fil-A Has Caved to the LGBT Mob, But That Won't Be the End of It
It seems like with every passing day another group, organization, or corporation bows to the LGBT revolutionaries who seek to
encourage force us all to accept celebrate their sexual proclivities. The lastest to cave to the pressure, and perhaps the most disappointing to date, is our beloved Chick-fil-A. For years customers have voted for the company's Christian values with their feet, making it the third-largest fast-food chain in the country, despite its refusal to open its stores on Sundays and in the face of mounting pressure over its charitable giving to Christian organizations that refuse to bow the knee to the revolutionaries.
Chick-fil-A's current CEO Tim Tassopoulos announced in an interview with Bisnews on Monday that it will restructure its charitable giving in 2019 to focus on "critical issues in communities where we do business in the U.S.," including education, hunger, and homelessness. Left out of the equation are three overtly Christian organizations—the Salvation Army, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and the Paul Anderson Youth Home —
coincidentally not coincidentally the three groups at the top of the LGBT mob's hit list.
"Future partners could include faith-based and non-faith-based charities, but the company said none of the organizations have anti-LGBT positions," Bisnews reported. [Emphasis mine.]