Huckabee Condemns Chick-fil-A, Renounces Support for Chicken Chain
Gov. Mike Huckabee issued a scathing indictment of Chick-fil-A – condemning the restaurant chain for turning its back on Christian ministries and embracing the LGBT community.
Huckabee was at the front of a national effort to defend Chick-fil-A in 2012 when the company’s founder was attacked for defending traditional marriage.
Company executives recently announced they will no longer provide charitable funding for certain Christian ministries like the Salvation Army and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes after militant homosexual groups protested.
Instead the company has decided to focus on education, homelessness and hunger. Click here to read that story.
Let’s be clear, folks — Chick-fil-A capitulated to a bunch of leftist hate groups.
“I am sick that they have now completely abandoned the convictions of Founder Truett Cathey and decided to sell out believing they will be ‘loved’ by the left if they sell out their loyal customers and friends and placate the very people who hate them,” Huckabee declared.
Huckabee says he now regrets organizing a national Chick-fil-A appreciation day.
“Sad day,”Huckabee wrote. “I wonder how long before they go ahead and open on Sundays? Might as well. Or just change their name to “Ichabod Chicken Sandwiches.”