Encourage an rebel? Forgivable. Systemic racism? Not a problem. However in the event you criticize Chick-fil-A, you’d higher be careful, as a result of that’s the hill Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) is keen to die on.
The senator faithful a tweet thread to protecting the hen sandwich chain on Wednesday after scholars on the College of Notre Dame wrote a letter opposing a proposed Chick-fil-A cafe on its Indiana campus. Scholars on the Catholic faculty cited “moral issues” over the chain’s well known anti-LGBTQ stance and donations to anti-LGBTQ reasons.
Graham said it was once “disappointing to listen to some ND scholars and school need to ban Chick-fil-A from doing industry on campus as a result of they disagree with the values held by means of the Chick-fil-A founders.”
“I need everybody in South Carolina and throughout The usa to grasp I’ve Chick fil-A’s again,” he tweeted. “I’m hoping we don’t need to, however I can pass to struggle for the foundations Chick fil-A stands for. Nice meals. Nice provider. Nice values. God bless Chick fil-A!”
Critics on-line had been shocked however now not shocked.
Graham, a loyal Donald Trump best friend, has remained loyal to the previous president even after he incited a violent rebel at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. Graham has pointed the finger at others, together with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), over the assault. And whilst he has condemned the insurrection, his toughen for Trump has now not waned.
His title was once trending Wednesday after he expressed his perspectives at the fast-food chain.
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