On June 9, Dorsey posted a screenshot to his Twitter account of a Cash App boost he apparently received after eating a meal at Chick-fil-A, the CEO of which stated back in 2012 that he supports the Biblical definition of marriage.
"We're inviting God's judgment on our nation when we shake our fist at him and say we know better than you as to what constitutes a marriage," were the exact words uttered by Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy, the eldest son of now-deceased Chick-fil-A founder Truett Cathy.
"And I pray God's mercy on our generation that has such a prideful, arrogant attitude that thinks we have the audacity to redefine what marriage is all about," Cathy added, sparking immediate outrage among LGBTers everywhere who simply couldn't tolerate the thought of someone disagreeing with them.
This maniacal ire has persisted ever since, as many members of the LGBT community continue to boycott the fast food chain – and apparently expect everyone else on the planet to do the same, or else be burned at the stake of political correctness.
"On behalf of the whole LGBTQ community, Jack, kindly boost your head out of your a**," wrote one angry homosexual by the name of Adam Goldman in response to Dorsey's tweet. [** added]
"Please delete this or follow up with how much free advertising you're going to give GLAAD," demanded another Twitter user of color named "EricaJoy."
On and on the lynching went as LGBTer after LGBTer digitally persecuted Dorsey over his particular choice of lunch – during "Pride" month, no less. Former CNN fake news anchor Soledad O'Brien made sure to point this out, calling Dorsey patronizing of Chick-fil-A during LGBT "Pride" month "interesting."
"You're right," responded Dorsey to this tweet, adding that he "[c]ompletely forgot about their background."
Rather than stand his ground and reiterate to the LGBT culture police that he's free to eat wherever he damn well pleases, Dorsey was quick to apologize for his egregious "sin" – despite an outpouring of support from many other Twitter users.
"Don't give in to these people and their complaints," wrote one user, adding, "I'm gay and I LOVE ChickfilA. Ridiculous. Go on and eat that ChickfilA and post as much as you want about it!"
"This just shows what a sad world we live in...when a guy feels he has to apologize for eating a chicken sandwich?!"
Had Dorsey not apologized, however, he may have faced the fate of CrossFit Chief Knowledge Officer Russell Berger, who was fired from his job in early June, after tweeting support for CrossFit Infiltrate owner Brandon Lowe.
In case you missed that story, Lowe canceled a "Pride Workout" event that several of his employees and gym members planned in celebration of "Pride" month. For daring to cross the LGBT mafia and its obsession with pride, Lowe was essentially forced to shut down his gym, and Berger, who lauded Lowe for acting on his convictions, was removed from his corporate leadership position.
The expectation, in other words, is that if it upsets the LGBT mafia, then you'd better not do it. And if the LGBT mafia demands it, then you'd better say "sir, yes sir!" (or perhaps "ze, yes ze!" in this case) immediately, or else face persecution or possibly the loss of your career and livelihood in retaliation.
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