Huh? NJ school excludes Chick-fil-A to show their commitment to inclusion

Liberals welcome contrasting viewpoints and opinions, even if they may vehemently disagree with them. They couldn’t be anymore open-minded on a variety of topics. Don’t believe me? Just ask them and they will be more than happy to let you know just how loving, accepting and tolerant of a person they are. Of course, this will come after they finish calling you a sexist, homophobic bigot for saying that you enjoy a sandwich from Chick-fil-A every now and then.

Has there ever been a restaurant that gets under people’s skin like Chick-fil-A does to liberals? Honestly, it’s kind of fascinating to watch.

They’ve tried boycotting the place and now that hasn’t worked out so well. So now, they are going doing the next best thing: ban it all together.

Rider University, a private school in New Jersey, has decided they will not allow Chick-fil-A to be food option on campus.

The school said their decision was due to the company’s “widely perceived to be in opposition to the LGBTQ+ community.”

Listen, that’s 100 percent fine with me, as a private institution the school has a right to say what they will and will not allow on their campus.

Would you want someone telling you what you can or cannot do with your land, money or whatever? No, of course not. But the school really should have ended it with that little statement and have been done with it, but they didn’t.

Instead, school administrators added this moronic statement:

“We sought to be thoughtful and fair in balancing the desire to provide satisfying options for a new on-campus restaurant while also being faithful to our values of inclusion.”

Huh? Did no one think that sentence through before pressing the “send” button?

In order for the school to be faithful to their value of inclusion, they must exclude a fast food restaurant because of their difference of opinion?  Seems about right.



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