Cruz knocks Chick-fil-A over donation to Southern Poverty Law Center

Cruz knocks Chick-fil-A over donation to Southern Poverty Law Center

Sen. Ted Cruz on Wednesday knocked fast-food restaurant Chick-fil-A over a past donation the chain made to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). ’Millions of Christians have been proud of ChickFilA’s courageous stands for religious liberty. To fund those who hate your customers is just sad,’ Cruz tweeted. According to Townhall, Chick-fil-A gave $2,500 to the SPLC in 2017.

atlas shrugged
atlas shrugged 6 months

Think I just threw up in my mouth. Donating to the SPLC is like licking Satan's scrotum.

Seekster 6 months

Damnit I hate agreeing with Ted Cruz. My boycott of Chick-fil-a continues.

Booplesnoot 6 months

well I'm disappointed they dropped salvation army because they help poor or destitute drug addicts go to rehab. Also people should shop there over good will because salvation army helps in a ton of other ways too. If you want to donate to good causes they are one and so is doctors without borders.

Mutatis 6 months

Not terribly surprised, as the SPLC had been rather successful at peddling their 'social justice' narrative to people/companies for decades now. Though, the reputation of the org has definitely declined quite a bit in recent years, as more of the population becomes aware of their overtly malicious activities.

Brandon Huber
Brandon Huber 6 months

Just donated to the SPLC.

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 6 months

America's democracy: Restaurant politics. You should only worry about quality of food and quality of service. Politicians shouldn't be allowed to influence opinion at this level.

bobby_5150 6 months

WTF Chick-fil-A?

Adam Marceau
Adam Marceau 6 months

they went from supporting good causes to support a racist hate group that slanders anyone against the Democrats radical agenda. sad

John Doh
John Doh 6 months

The SPLC is a hate group.

ConcealCarryProtect 6 months

I'm more worried about the most recent decision to not support the Salvation Army based on made up claims, rather than past support of the SPLC, but honestly it won't stop me from eating chicken.

Scruffy Stoat
Scruffy Stoat 6 months

I never knew chicken sandwiches would be so controversial. Anyways, I don't care what businesses do and don't do, if it tastes good, I'm eating it. It is hysterical that Christians actually thought Chic Fil A cared about anything other than selling you chicken sandwiches, they're in business to make money, not for advocacy and charity, you silly weirdos.

Kathy 6 months

Being against SPLC is anti-Christian. Leave it to Cruz to try to redefine Christianity as a political agenda.

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