Op-Ed Says You Can't 'Love LGBTQ People' If You Eat Chick-fil-A — Dave Rubin Obliterates It
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Op-Ed Says You Can’t ‘Love LGBTQ People’ If You Eat Chick-fil-A — Dave Rubin Obliterates It

On Tuesday, an op-ed written by Noah Michelson was published to Huffington Post with the headline, “If You Really Love LGBTQ People, You Just Can’t Keep Eating Chick-fil-A.”

Dave Rubin, an American political commentator, comedian, and talk show host, then had the perfect response:

Huff Post’s tweet received over 6,000 replies. Here are some of the best:

The controversy was started when Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted out a screenshot promoting the fast food restaurant and received backlash.

Soledad O’Brien, an American Journalist, anchor, and producer, responded suggesting he should not promote Chick-fil-A “during Pride month.”

Dorsey eventually responded saying he “completely forgot about their background,” which led many to ask him what “their background” was supposed to mean.

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  1. Carolyn

    June 13, 2018 at 10:49 pm

    The Huffington-Post were given donations by Soros groups and maintain a strong relationship with Soros groups Media Matters and founder Dave Brock. I hope the public will really support Chick-Fil-A these groups have to be put out front so that their role in David Hogg’s campaign against guns, Antifa, Black Lives Matter and all of the many groups under the network of 200 organizations listed under the Soros primary Foundation- Open Society. Soros has been very successful in changing the societal structure, election results and political infrastructure in 81 countries and is in 100 nations altogether The Media Matters group went after Trump Brand businesses, Ivanka Trump’s business through her retailers, declared war against FOX news and Dave Brock was quoted saying that, demonstrated against Uber to stop the founder from serving on a Trump Washington business committee, Sean Hannity’s advertisers, Laura Ingraham’s advertisers, and the NRA’s marketplace partners. That is all just during President Trump’s first 500 days.

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