Twitchy reported the sad news that Chick-fil-A founder S. Truett Cathy died early this morning. Reprehensibly, that news brought out twisted souls rejoicing over his death.

Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) has something to say; Will the sickos listen?


Scott has often talked about this life-changing experience.

“I found myself in a position where I felt like the future was nonexistent,” Scott said. A year later, he met John Moriz, a conservative businessman who ran a Chick-fil-A restaurant where Scott ate when he worked at a movie theater next door.

“One day he came down to the movie theater and slid a Chick-fil-A sandwich across the desk. John was smart enough to know that food is a good way to start a conversation with a kid who likes to eat,” Scott said. Over the next few years, he said, Moriz, who is now deceased, taught him about self-reliance and individual responsibility.

“John transformed my way of thinking, which changed my life. It was interesting, because the lessons that John was teaching me were maybe simple lessons, but they were profound lessons,” Scott said. He eventually attended Presbyterian College on a partial football scholarship and graduated from Charleston Southern University. He worked in insurance and real estate before entering politics.

You know who else will change lives?

Indeed. Thank you, Sen. Scott.


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