School Principal Turns Down Free Lunches From Chick-fil-A

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The Gay Mafia strikes again!

The principal of Lusher High School in Louisiana turned down Chick-fil-A’s offer to provide a free lunch to the school’s teachers.

“Out of respect to our LGBTQ staff, we have chosen to not serve Chick-Fil-A at an employee lunch,” principal Steven Corbett said in a statement. “The #1 rule at Lusher is to ‘Be Kind’ and we live this motto every day.

Chick-fil-A, a family-owned company based in Atlanta, has come under fierce attack in recent years by a small, but militant group of LGBT activists and their allies. I document this anti-Christian hatred in my new book, “Culture Jihad: How to Stop the Left From Killing a Nation.”

“Chick-Fil-A has been politically outspoken about its views, and we feel it is not part of Lusher’s culture of kindness and community,” the high school principal said.

The Louisiana College Football Foundation had wanted to provide the teachers at the school a free lunch as a way of saying thank-you to the New Orleans community for hosting the College Football Championship.

The lunches were provided by the Louisiana College Football Foundation to support teachers.

“Anytime an organization is anti-LGBTQ, and has efforts to infringe upon their rights, we thought it was important to support and stand up for their community at this time,” the principal told television station WDSU.

There’s just one problem with Principal Corbett’s argument: it’s wrong.

Chick-fil-A does not discriminate against the LGBTQ community. They serve people no matter their sexual preference.

Principal Corbett’s allegations were made out of either ignorance or malicious intent. Either way, this man has just disqualified himself from leading a public school. Click here to send a comment to the principal.

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