CHICK-FIL-A PUT OBAMA AND HILLARY SUPPORTER RODNEY BULLARD IN CHARGE OF THE MONEY AND HAS TRANSFORMED COMPANY TO NOW SUPPORT SOCIAL JUSTICE AND DIVERSITY AGENDA by Geoffrey Grider for Now the End Begins
Now the fig leaf is gone and the reality is that the Chick-fil-A Foundation is just another corporate leftist charity that lavishes cash on organizations linked to local Democrats and assorted diversity causes. Without the fig leaf, the Chick-fil-A Foundation is no different than the other corporate charities run by their own equivalents of Bullard, men and women who had spent enough time in government to get a useless job in the corporate world, and its abandonment of Christian conservatives was an inevitability. And the question is what will the Christians who made Chick-fil-A boom do now?
Now the fig leaf is gone and the reality is that the Chick-fil-A Foundation is just another corporate leftist charity that lavishes cash on organizations linked to local Democrats and assorted diversity causes
The organization that controls the money is called the Chick-fil-A Foundation, and its executive director is a man named Rodney Bullard. He came to Chick-fil-A in 2011 with a Washington pedigree and a White House resume, a resume that includes giving money to the Democratic Party as both an Obama and Hillary donor. With the tacit approval of Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy, Rodney Bullard has transformed the company from one involved with charity, to one that is involved with social justice, gender identity, and diversity. Your local Chick-fil-A restaurant may still be, for now, closed on Sunday, but at the corporate level they seem to be open for business 7 days a week.
Chick-fil-A gives huge amounts of money to Democratic and Leftist organizations and gives comparatively small amounts of money to Christian organizations and Christian causes. Chick-fil-A gave $1.7 million to the Westside Future Fund in Atlanta, while at the same time giving a paltry $115,000 to the Salvation Army. Shouldn’t it be the other way around? Why is Chick-fil-A giving buckets of cash to causes that champion social justice, and scraps and pocket change to Christian organizations who minister with the gospel? Not at Chick-fil-A where they are now more interested in ‘social responsibility’ than the saving message of the gospel of the grace of God.
“SOME PREFER IT GRILLED, OTHERS FANCY THE ORIGINAL,” THE COMPANY TOLD LOYALTY MEMBERS IN AN EMAIL THIS WEEK, ACCORDING TO USA TODAY. “NO MATTER WHICH CHICK-FIL-A SANDWICH YOU LOVE, ORDER YOURS ON NOV. 3 FOR NATIONAL SANDWICH DAY.”
And about being closed on Sunday, you better brace yourself. They recently sent up a trial balloon pretending they ‘were confused’ and ‘didn’t know’ that National Sandwich Day, which they encouraged all Chick-fil-A customers to go out and support, was on a Sunday this year. Yeah, right. They are grooming you for being open on Sunday, prepare for impact. But honestly, I couldn’t care less when they will be open or closed because I will no longer be eating there. I would rather give my business to a company that supported Leftist causes and was honest about it than give it to a pretend Christian company like Chick-fil-A.