Need more proof that Chick-fil-A Derangement Syndrome is a real thing? Here ya go:
Here are 17 chicken sandwiches you can eat without fear that you’re also, however indirectly, supporting our nation’s hate-mongers https://t.co/41vlaE07eb
— New York Magazine (@NYMag) March 22, 2019
Hey, they’ll do anything to sell subscriptions to the San Antonio City Council! But NY Mag’s story about alleged “hate-mongers” doesn’t really sound hate-free:
Spewing hate by referring to companies as hate mongers.
BTW – nothing beats Chick-fil-A.
— Blue State Snooze (@BlueSnoozeBlue) March 22, 2019
— 哎呀! 學會編碼! 🍜 (@catholiclawyer) March 22, 2019
Wow. I think I found the hate mongers right here.
— 🍀Duchess of Bourbon AnnaD🍀 (@AnnaDsays) March 22, 2019
That’s abundantly clear.
I'd rather eat chicken sandwiches that directly piss off everyone who hates Christians. https://t.co/XbsuBQ1aPs
— Regs (@r3gulations) March 22, 2019
I look forward to socialism's wide choice of chicken sandwiches.
jk, eating zoo critters. https://t.co/OrFnkYoCfF
— Cuffy (@CuffyMeh) March 22, 2019
People actually think like this.
And thinking like this appears in journals of elite opinion.
Lesson: We need better elites, not better chicken. https://t.co/RHQ4b63dwY
— Andrew T. Walker (@andrewtwalk) March 22, 2019
What the heck??? I thought all the super woke people were vegan….
— Pam D (@lifebythecreek) March 22, 2019
— sarainitaly🌷🍓🌷🍓 (@sarainitaly) March 22, 2019
"But here are 13 burger joints that support abortion…" https://t.co/5ybKf4q7MW
— Beorn (@Beorn2000) March 22, 2019
Also, judging from many other replies, New York Magazine helped sell a few Chick-fil-A sandwiches today. Well done!