New Yorker To Christians: We Don’t Want Your Kind Around Here | The Federalist

The Federalist: The New Yorker recently published an article against the Christian owned restaurant Chick-fil-A for opening a location in New York City. The liberal magazine’s response to the restaurant’s opening could almost be viewed as a sort of journalistic version of the left-ist “snowflake”. Writer John Ehrett for The Federalist, offers his own take on The New Yorker’s meltdown over a chicken sandwich to the Big Apple.

 

 

 

 

 

Excerpt from The Federalist:

According to Piepenbring’s screed, which lacks content beyond Ewww-These-People-Aren’t-Like-Me, Chick-fil-A’s arrival in the Big Apple “raises questions about what we expect from our fast food, and to what extent a corporation can join a community.” Evidently, Piepenbring can’t understand why the restaurant is so popular with NYC residents, given the city’s progressive political and social leanings. How can this be? Chick-fil-A is a pleasant environment because its employees are friendly and respectful and its facilities are spotless. Also, for what it’s worth, when pressed about perceived “anti-LGBT” stances, the restaurant focused its donations elsewhere. So, by any sensible standard, Chick-fil-A should be a model company for any progressive interested in workers’ rights and community reinvestment. What more could Chick-fil-A do to be one of the “good guys”?

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Source: New Yorker To Christians: We Don’t Want Your Kind Around Here | The Federalist

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  1. Hi Lance,
    Just can’t thank you enough for the prayer times we’ve been having with you. I can feel the Power and Presence of the Lord during it and after as we watch to see what the Lord Jesus will do.
    God bless you, prosper and guide you into these waters of challenge and opportunity for the Body of Christ.
    Praying for you,
    Rosemary
    Portland, OR

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