Well, well, well – what have we here?

When Chick-fil-A rode to the rescue in the Atlanta Airport disaster, there was no way the alt-left could classify that as an example of ‘hate chicken.’ Because Chick-fil-A is a Christian lead organization, the left does all it can to marginalize and criticise it. With thousands of passengers were stranded at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport due to a massive power outage, it was Chick-fil-A who geared up on a Sunday and fed the masses. They did not do it for thanks. They did it for the Master.

As Written By Monica Showalter for the American Thinker:

Well, well, well – what have we here?  As thousands of Atlanta’s airport passengers found themselves stranded due to a power outage in what was for many an unfamiliar airport, who should come out to feed them for free, making their hellish travel ordeal a bit less hellish?

Sure enough, it was Chick-fil-A, the delicious chicken fast food chain that was otherwise branded “hate chicken” by rabid leftists during a 2012 flap over marriage and the company owners’ unwillingness to support opening up the institution to same-sex couples.

Late Sunday night, while Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport worked to restore power during a massive outage that crippled air travel at the nation’s busiest airport, officials handed out Chick-fil-A and waters to stranded passengers.

“Lights on and delivering food and water to our passengers,” the airport said on Twitter, thanking Chick-fil-A Chairman and CEO Dan Cathy for opening on a Sunday.

Seems the restaurant chain, whose outlets are ordinarily closed on Sunday due to the Baptist owner’s wish to honor the Lord’s Day, went ahead and opened up in order to feed the hungry multitudes.  As per Judeo-Christian practice describe in the Bible, actually.  Jesus said that if your ox falls into a well on the Sabbath, you……


Branded ‘hate chicken’ by the left, Chick-fil-A feeds Atlanta’s stranded travelers

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