Chick-fil-A Goes Viral For Being Guilty Of Actual Inclusivity

Chick-fil-A, the only restaurant in America that doesn’t scowl at customers for ordering five or more sauces a meal, is once again establishing itself as the most tolerant eatery in the nation.

A sign spotted inside a local Chick-fil-A in Franklin, Tennessee caught flak from the wrong people for welcoming all customers — regardless of their status at a time when vaccine passports and face masks have become tickets for entry.

Rather than taking this dictatorial approach, the Chick-fil-A sign welcomed the vaccinated or unvaxxed; Jew and Gentile; double-masked or maskless; the sex havers and celibate.

The sign read: We do not discriminate against unvaccinated, religion, race, sex, vaccinated, maskless, mask. All neighbors are welcome.

The chicken sandwich empire started by the Cathy family has been synonymous for its Christian values; now translating its message of welcoming the “weary and tired” in a modern spin.

Ditching Beatitudes for platitudes is the typical Leftist doctrine: whose definition of inclusivity normally pigeonholes people into specific groups of identities or beliefs.

Outlets like The Huffington Post have published op-eds challenging progressives to stop eating at Chick-fil-A, or else.

To that we say: one Spicy Chicken Sandwich meal, large, Coke Zero, three Chick-fil-A sauces, two ranches and a buffalo, please.

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Written by Alejandro Avila

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  1. Where can I get that sign for my front door at Halloween? A lot of my neighbors have their virtue-signal “inclusivity” signs, and for some reason I think they wouldn’t like this truly inclusive sign.

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