Liberals No Doubt Are Noting the Anti-LGBT Significance of Serving Chick-fil-A
President Donald Trump fielded little praise – and a great deal anger – when he shut down the federal government for 35 day at the start of the year. But clearly he liked the right wing praise he received during his shutdown when he served "hamberders" to championship football students from Clemson University, so he's repeating that escapade.
It was definitely a defining – and dividing – moment for Trump, who was able to turn it into a left versus right debate on serving fast food to college champs.
On Monday Trump served up Chick-fil-A and McDonald's to, ironically, the North Dakota State University football team, known as the Bison, as The Hill reported.
Newsday's White House Correspondent got a shot of the spread:
Fast food spread at the White House for North Dakota State University Football Team. Big Macs and Chick-Fil-A. https://t.co/B3iTtSHbW2— Laura Figueroa Hernandez (@Laura Figueroa Hernandez) 1551719620.0
Liberals no doubt are noting the anti-LGBT significance of serving Chick-fil-A, a privately-held company whose owners have donated millions to anti-LGBT organizations, including to at least one hate group. Those anti-gay groups depict gay people as pedophiles, want to make "gay behavior" illegal, and have even said gay people should be "exported" out of America.
Chick-fil-A's Dan Cathy has called same-sex marriage, "twisted up kind of stuff," suggested it comes from a "deprived mind," and lambasted "Washington" for "trying to redefine the definition of marriage."
Cathy also has said if you support marriage for same-sex couples you "are inviting God's judgment on our nation."