Universities may be banning Chick-fil-A, but President Trump’s White House has not, and that’s just way too triggering for some LGBTQ activists.
Earlier this week, the president served another round of fast food to college football champions, only this time, instead of McDonald’s and Wendy’s, the players were served Chick-fil-A, sparking anger from prominent LGBTQ publications.
“For the second time this year, Donald Trump has invited an athletic team to the White House and boasted about serving them fast food,” wrote Tracy Gilchrist at The Advocate. “But this time, chicken sandwiches from the virulently anti-LGBTQ company Chick-fil-A were arranged on silver platters for champions on the North Dakota State Bison football team Monday.”
Trump reportedly said that the athletes requested Chick-fil-A. “We could’ve had chefs, we could have, but we had fast food — because I know you people,” Trump told the athletes. “Chick-fil-A, they say? Chick-fil-A.” . . .
“For the second time in his presidency, Donald Trump has served fast food to an athletic team to ‘celebrate’ their victory,” wrote [Bill] Browning. “This time, the President who has attacked the LGBTQ community the most served up Chick-fil-A, a company known for opposing LGBTQ rights.” (Read more from “LGBTQ Activists Enraged Trump Served Chick-Fil-A to Football Champions” HERE)