Looks like Jack got himself in some hot water…
Twitter’s CEO, Jack Dorsey, shared a screenshot that revealed that he ate and received a discount at Chick-fil-A which made his followers go absolutely crazy!
He did it during ‘Pride Month’.
Oh, the horror!
— jackie no edits (@jack) June 10, 2018
That’s one way to trigger some leftists.
Dorsey was quickly reprimanded for his ‘boost’ of Chick-fil-A.
Like this Tweet from CNN’s Soledad O’Brien.
— Soledad O'Brien (@soledadobrien) June 10, 2018
Jack just as quickly acknowledged his misstep.
You’re right. Completely forgot about their background
— jackie no edits (@jack) June 10, 2018
It’s apparently against the rules of propriety on the left to eat at Chick-fil-A during the entire month of June.
What happens when it becomes when Pride events take up the entire year? You aren’t allowed to eat chicken for the year?
Besides, the boycott of Chick-fil-A for owner Dan Cathy’s view of traditional marriage was tremendously unsuccessful. As a matter of fact, it increased support for the fast-food chain.
Still, those on the left lost their minds over Dorsey eating at Chick-fil-A.
On behalf of the whole LGBTQ community, Jack, kindly boost your head out of your ass.
— Adam Goldman (@theadamgoldman) June 10, 2018
During PRIDE month? Really?
— Linda K (@cheetahweb) June 10, 2018
You must love the taste of bigotry!
— Michael Kell (@jmichaelkell) June 10, 2018
Please delete this or follow up with how much free advertising you're going to give GLAAD.
— EricaJoy (@EricaJoy) June 10, 2018
During Pride Month in San Francisco. When did you join the White House?
— Impeach the Motherfucker (@brilliantorange) June 11, 2018
Others supported Dorsey’s choice to eat where he wants to no matter what month it is.
They also supported Chick-fil-A.
@jack don’t give in to these people and their complaints. I’m gay and I LOVE ChickfilA. Ridiculous. Go on and eat that ChickfilA and post as much as you want about it!
— The Artful Dodger (@perryrichardsva) June 10, 2018
Why is it because I live my life so gay, That I should not eat Chick-fil-A?
I'm gonna eat it anyway!https://t.co/vnU3VnFG17
— Chad Felix Greene (@chadfelixg) June 10, 2018
Since Chick-Fil-A has never discriminated against LGBT etc. folks, it's absolutely appropriate to boost them this month. Soledad O'Brien just doesn't know what she's talking about, as usual.
— Owen Thomas (@OwenThomas520) June 11, 2018
One Twitter user mentioned that Chick-fil-A provided food to the Orlando shooting victims — on a Sunday.
Did you know @ChickfilA has donated to an LGBT film festival? And they provided food to the Orlando nightclub shooting victims? On the day they are closed?? They will provide food wherever there's a need. No bigotry there.
— Vicky Sluiter (@vics49548) June 11, 2018
Others put the whole ‘controversy’ into perspective:
This just shows what a sad world we live in…when a guy feels he has to apologize for eating a chicken sandwich?!
— Brendon Weaver (@mrweaverface) June 11, 2018
This is what you are spending your time on? Ask yourself what your time here on earth is about
— brooke s. biggs (@brookish) June 11, 2018
If the CEO of Twitter eating at Chick-fil-A is the thing that’s riling you up, you need to check your priorities.
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