The true colors of the so-called "Christian Chicken" chain, which has long pretended to be "faith-based" in order to continue bilking religious people into buying its MSG-laden, GMO-filled fried chicken, are finally showing after the company's new leadership announced that it will no longer be financially supporting groups like the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) and the Salvation Army, both of which have been deemed "hate groups" by the Cult of LGBTQ.
"Starting in 2020, the Chick-fil-A Foundation is introducing a more focused giving approach to provide additional clarity and impact with the causes it supports," reads an announcement recently issued by Chick-fil-A about the directional changes the company is taking, including ending its partnerships with all faith-based groups and instead diverting all this cash to antichrist groups like Covenant House that openly revel in pride.
"Thank you to everyone who shared, reposted and donated to our Pride 2019 Facebook fundraiser!" reads a message tweeted by Covenant House back in July when the nation was "celebrating" LGBTQ pride.
"Pride is all about love, acceptance, celebration," the group contends. "It's also about recognizing the challenges and injustices that the LGBTQ community faces – particularly when it comes to homelessness."
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Ever since Truett died and his son Dan took over, Chick-fil-A has been on a downward spiral, rapidly becoming just like every other godless fast food chain out there that puts profits first and principles second.
Recalling his first job at Chick-fil-A in an op-ed he recently wrote for USA Today, Family Research Council (FRC) vice president of communications JP Duffy revealed how Truett's vision for the company was always about honoring God first.
"In that conversation, I began to experience what it means to live out one's faith in the workplace," Duffy says about his personal interactions with Truett. "I knew I signed up to do more than sell chicken. That was the first of many such conversations over the next three years."
"Those family conversations have changed dramatically recently," Duffy adds, particularly since the time that Chick-fil-A chief operating officer (COO) Tim Tassopoulos issued a public statement about Chick-fil-A's "new direction" going into the new year.
Tassopoulos, in case you're not aware, is also a member of an advisory board for the Boy Scouts council that played an instrumental role in stripping the word "Boy" from the organization's name, making it just the Scouts BSA.
In other words, Chick-fil-A is going all-in for political correctness under the leadership of cultural panderers like Tassopoulos, Dan Cathy, and others who are betraying Truett's legacy by turning Chick-fil-A into just another "LGBTQ-friendly" corporation like Target, which allows grown men to use the ladies' restroom.
"Religious freedom is the right to live out your faith in every area of life, including in the workplace," says Duffy.
"But that freedom is under assault. We can defend this freedom by exercising it. However, that requires courage, which comes through a relationship with God and reverence for his Word."
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