California Polytechnic University’s student government wants Chick-fil-A kicked off campus because of their conservative politics, with the Senate vice-chair even comparing the restaurant’s presence to pornography and Hooters.

According to KCBX, the Cal Poly academic senate passed a resolution Tuesday calling for the removal of the franchise, which has been a campus dining staple for 25 years. The San Luis Obispo Tribune reports that the franchise just signed five-year renewal contract with  Cal Poly last year.

But Thomas Gutierrez, Academic Senate vice-chair, says Chick-fil-A’s donations to “anti-LGBTQ” groups means the restaurant must go, saying what the chain stands for is incompatible with his school’s values.

“We don’t sell pornography in the bookstore and we don’t have a Hooters on campus — we already pre-select those kinds of things based on our existing values,” Gutierrez said, as reported by Mustang News. “This is a similar thing, the difference is we’re actually profiting from this. So our money, every dollar a student is spending at Chick-fil-A, is going to these causes that are in violation of our values.”

What are the groups Gutierrez categorizes as “anti-LGBTQ?” Among them are the Salvation Army, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and Paul Anderson Youth Home, all of which have been supported Chick-fil-A’s Foundation.

Here’s how Chick-fil-A describes this charitable arm of its company:

“The work of the Foundation is committed to youth and education. The Foundation’s giving helps with economic mobility of young people by focusing on homelessness and poverty, education, and community revitalization, and is done with no political or social agenda The narrative that our giving was done to support a political or non-inclusive agenda is inaccurate and misleading.”

Leave it to a bunch of Left-indoctrinated college students to try to portray this restaurant’s charity as something sinister.

Something tells us Chick-fil-A won’t be going anywhere soon. How many students actually want it to go?

And how many more would be far more upset that they could no longer get their tasty Chick-fil-A?