Chick-fil-A, a restaurant chain that has long been a punching bag of liberals due to their strong belief in traditional marriage, took action in the wake of the Orlando shooting that will leave liberals absolutely speechless.
Or at least it should.
Chick-fil-A has a policy of being closed on Sundays so their employees “have an opportunity to rest, spend time with family and friends, and worship if they choose to do so.”
That said, the business, noted for operating with conservative religious values in mind, recognizes that tragedies don’t take a day off. And as any good Christian organization would, they responded to the Orlando terror attack on a gay nightclub by opening their doors on Sunday and delivering food to people who had lined up to donate blood for the victims.
That’s right libs, the organization that opposes gay marriage proved once again capable of doing something you’ll never be able to understand – they can still love and support those they may not agree with.
Via Fox News:
Normally Chick-fil-A is closed on Sunday so workers can go to church or spend time with their families or just sit on the front porch in a rocking chair and wave to passersby.
So when I received word through some of our readers that several Chick-fil-A restaurants in Orlando had opened their doors on Sunday – I was a bit intrigued.
Hours after the gunman had massacred 49 people and wounded dozens more in the Pulse nightclub, the community sprang into action.
One of the most inspiring photographs showed hundreds and hundreds of people waiting in long lines – for hours to donate blood.
Team members at two nearby Chick-fil-A restaurants figured those folks must be getting hungry. So somebody flipped on the lights and they started frying chicken.
Before long they were serving sandwiches and nuggets and sweet tea to all the folks waiting to donate blood – along with a host of law enforcement personnel.
Check out the post from one such Chick-fil-a in Orlando …
By the way, here’s a list of the incredible Christian things Chick-fil-A has done in the past to lead by example as a Christian business:
- Honored fallen soldiers appropriately on Memorial Day.
- Donated meals to a local high school.
- Helped feed and care for a freezing homeless man.
- Supported local law enforcement.
- Fed tornado victims and first responders.
Trust us, that is a short list for this noble business.
Comment: What do you think about Chick-fil-a stepping up to help victims and those trying to aide victims of the Orlando shooting? Would you expect anything less from a Christian business? Share your thoughts below.