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The New Yorker attacks Chick-fil-A for ‘creepy infiltration’ of NYC

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In the event you have been under a rock these past few years and had no idea how radically left the New Yorker Magazine now is, please allow the liberal publication to enlighten you.

The New Yorker ran an article detailing the “creepy infiltration” of the Big Apple by Chick-fil-A restaurants, now that there are FOUR in the city.

One of the four being the largest in the world — potentially an answer to Mayor Bill de Blasio calling for a boycott of Chick-fil-A back in 2016 because of the company’s Christian values.

Why the bitter stance from New Yorker? Because of the fast-food restaurant chains’ “pervasive Christian traditionalism,” as the magazine tweeted.

And while it’s safe to say that the author of the piece, Dan Piepenbring, struggles to find even a single thing he likes about the eatery, the American people have a whole other view, as Fox News reported that Chick-fil-A is on pace to become the nation’s third largest fast food chain within two years.

But the anti-Christian stance taken by New Yorker is still remarkable in that they have no qualms about publicly declaring such bigotry.

While a complicit media is not likely to bat an eye, social media wasn’t about to allow the display of hate go unchallenged.

Of all the responses, and there are plenty, perhaps the best  came from a user who tweeted: “Going to be funny when The New Yorker employees start sneaking in their delicious food…wonder if they will be fired…they should do an article on why Chick-fil-a is rated at the top for food quality & customer service…might learn something from those ‘creepy’ Christians.”

The responses on Twitter, to include some of the biggest names on the right, was epic. And rightfully so, given the “creepy” nature of the magazine’s display of hate.


More than one astutely noted that unhinged behavior such as this is what helped deliver President Donald Trump to the White House:

Tom Tillison


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