Chick-Fil-A caves to LGBT activists who target Salvation Army

By Jonathon Van Maren

If you want to know why LGBT activists launch their angry protests, organize sweeping boycotts, and work to make the lives of those who oppose them so miserable, look no further than Chick-Fil-A’s announcement today: The company confirmed to the Thomas Reuters Foundation that they will no longer be donating money to the Salvation Army or the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

As CNBC put it: “Chick-Fil-A said on Monday that it has stopped funding two Christian charities after coming under fire in recent weeks from LGBTQ activists.” In the past, the chicken chain’s charitable foundation has given millions of dollars to these two organizations which, as Christian organizations, “have a history of opposing same-sex marriage.” It doesn’t matter if you’re feeding the homeless and helping the poor through tough times: If you’re not on board with turfing the Bible, you’re a target.



2 thoughts on “Chick-Fil-A caves to LGBT activists who target Salvation Army

  1. Lana says:

    so sad to hear this. When are we going to have real integrity from companies that claim to be Christian but bend to non-Christian criticism – were you really surprised that these ungodly groups would take you on? I recently heard an interesting phrase ‘bend the truth.’ Ridiculous. When you bend the truth, it is now a lie. pretty simple. There is one truth.

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