Video: Five Reasons the Campaign against Chick-fil-A Is Wrong

POLITICS & POLICY

In a new video for National Review, editor in chief Rich Lowry warns of the current “dangerous and absurd campaign” against Chick-fil-A, the fast food chain founded by Truett Cathy in 1946.

In the last two weeks, Chick-fil-A has been excluded from airports in both San Antonio, Texas, and Buffalo, New York. Local officials in both cities blocked Chick-fil-A’s presence following a ThinkProgress report.

“For its enemies, Chick-fil-A has a desperate flaw,” Lowry says. “Its leadership is Christian.”

But “Chick-fil-A isn’t a hate group, Chick-fil-A isn’t excluding anyone, Chick-fil-A isn’t discriminating against its employees or refusing to serve anyone,” he argues.

Watch Lowry list here the five reasons why the “blatantly unconstitutional” campaign against Chick-fil-A is wrong:

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