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Huge CEO Just Infuriated All Libs With New Rule He Posted Before Being Forced To Take It Down

From every angle, conservative values are being attacked. The left has weaponized the media to go after conservatives, our conservative president and anything that doesn’t fall into their agenda.

If you are a business owner and you have conservative policies, they will drag your name through the mud, and call you a racist and say that you are hateful. As we have seen with companies like Hobby Lobby and Chick-fil-a. However, Chick-fil-A recently began an awesome new “rule” about how to get a great discount at their restaurants.

This simple beneficial gesture came under massive attack from liberals last weekend after Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey, made the apparently huge mistake of posting on social media how much he saved by participating in their savings “rule.” He just had to use Chick-fil-A’s app to get it and it saved money on his meal.

The CEO was rightfully impressed, but liberal users on his social media site were not because of when he did it. Dorsey’s next move undid all the positive promotion he had provided for the Christian-owned eatery and conservatives.

Fox News reported:

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on Sunday came under fire for tweeting about spending money at a Chick-fil-A restaurant in Los Angeles over the owner’s views on gay marriage.

Dorsey tweeted a screenshot of his purchases and savings made by using the fast-food restaurant’s mobile app, prompting a backlash from LGBTQ community and the media.

The fast-food chain has been criticized over CEO Dan Cathy’s views concerning gay marriage. In 2012, he came out in defense of the traditional definition of marriage and expressed views critical of gay marriage stemming from his Christian faith.

“This is an interesting company to boost during Pride month, Jack,” wrote former CNN anchor Soledad O’Brien, who pointed out that June is dedicated to celebrating LGBT community.

Others quickly joined in condemning Dorsey, with one saying “On behalf of the whole LGBTQ community, Jack, kindly boost your head out of your a–.”

“Please delete this or follow up with how much free advertising you’re going to give GLAAD,” wrote another user, referring to the LGBTQ organization.

Dorsey issued an apology for the purchase at the restaurant, telling O’Brien: “You’re right. Completely forgot about their background.”

But the latest remark sparked another round of backlash, this time from more conservative social media users, who questioned what the CEO of Twitter meant by “their background.”

“’Background’ meaning they employ 41,000 people, many of whom are the most pleasant fast food employees in the country, serve delicious food at good prices, and at amazing speed? That background?” wrote journalist Jeryl Bier.

“You mean their late CEO being a Christian? Apparently, that is something bad/terrible, having faith, running a decent business, never discriminated against anyone, for the ‘tolerance, acceptance, and inclusivity’ crowd,” wrote another user.

Dorsey was simply posting about his lunch, and the value he received from the Chick-fil-a app. Why does it have to be turned into an indictment on Chick-fil-a and why would Dorsey need to remember what “cause” was being celebrated that month.

Would it be insensitive to eat chicken during national hamburger month?

Being a Christian in today’s society has become almost criminal. Left screams for equality, but that’s not really what they want. They are more interested you being quiet about your values so they are the only voice heard. There is no tolerance, at least on the liberal side, they don’t tolerate anything conservative.

But I don’t think Chick-fil-a cares what the left leaners think. They have long lines every day, except for Sunday, they’re not open, they’re attending church.

 

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