Subscribe to the Blunt Force Truth podcast

Branded ‘hate chicken’ by the left, Chick-fil-A feeds Atlanta’s stranded travelers

Published by American Thinker 

Written by Monica Showalter

Well, well, well, what have we here? As thousands of Atlanta’s airport passengers found themselves stranded due to a power outage in what was for many, an unfamiliar airport, who should come out to feed them for free, making their hellish travel ordeal a bit less hellish?

Sure enough, it was Chick-fil-A, the delicious chicken fast-food chain that was otherwise branded “hate chicken” by rabid leftists, during a 2012 flap over gay marriage and the company owner’s unwillingness to support it.

Late Sunday night, while Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport worked to restore power during a massive outage that crippled air travel at the nation’s busiest airport, officials handed out Chick-fil-A and waters to stranded passengers.

“Lights on and delivering food and water to our passengers,” the airport said on Twitter, thanking Chick-fil-A Chairman and CEO Dan Cathy for opening on a Sunday.

See the full story here.

December 18, 2017


Want more BFT? Leave us a voicemail on our page or follow us on Twitter @BFT_Podcast and Facebook @BluntForceTruthPodcast. We want to hear from you! There’s no better place to get the #BluntForceTruth.