CNN Attacks Twitter CEO For Eating Chick-fil-A During Gay Pride
Twitter’s CEO, Jack Dorsey, is in hot water this week after egregiously eating Chick-fil-A this month.
On Saturday, Dorsey posted his horrific social crime on Twitter, which led to massive backlash because, well, it is gay pride month and apparently eating Chick-fil-A is insensitive. Worst more, Dorsey managed to get a 10% discount from the popular chicken sandwich fast food establishment.
The anger stemmed from Leftist who believe that Chick-fil-A should not be eaten because of the CEO’s history of comments that are anti-gay-marriage. Dorsey’s offensiveness was doubled-down due to this month being gay pride.
Some Twitter users asserted that Dorsey loves “the taste of bigotry.” People also accused Twitter of being anti-gay during gay pride month. I could go on, but liberal attack strategies are rather well defined at this juncture and there is no need to drive home what we already expect.
CNN, via Soledad O’Brien, was one of the most notable critics of Dorsey’s discounted fast food lunch, saying, “This is an interesting company to boost during Pride month, @jack.”
While there were a slew of common-sense based people asserting that Dorsey shouldn’t have to apologize for eating a chicken sandwich, he of course did so with immediacy.
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Chick-fil-A is known to have donated to anti-gay charities and the CEO has been known to state that he “backs the biblical definition of the family unit.”
Chick-fil-A always has a line in the drive-thru every time I pass by. Does this mean that every person waiting for the window to open and deliver them a chicken sandwich doesn’t like gay people? Or furthermore, how many of the diners are gay themselves?
This appears to be another example of oversensitive people trying to rule the roost by cutting off corporations who may not act exactly in the way they believe.
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Author: Cory Wayne
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