NYC Mayor Demands Chick-Fil-A Boycott… New Yorkers Respond In A HUGE Way! THIS IS AWESOME!!

Sometimes liberals don’t have very good ideas. Take for instance, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, who thought it would be a good idea to call upon New Yorkers to boycott Chick-fil-A because of the company’s stance on gay marriage.

He said the company’s pro-marriage views were anti-LGBT, according to Fox News.

However, it seems that residents of the Big Apple decided to ignore the mayor’s request, because the chain has been doing rather well in the city — so well that customers are reporting that lines at two midtown Manhattan locations often stretch around the block.

In fact, the company is looking to add 12 new locations around the city within the next year.

De Blasio really socked it to the company and hit them where it hurts.

It looks like many residents in the city simply want to eat the good food that Chik-fil-A provides and leave politics at the door.

This wouldn’t be the first time a liberal came up with a bad idea.

Unfortunately, Chick-fil-A has been a target for liberals everywhere because they choose to support the notion that marriage between and a man and a woman is the way it should be. Many have tried in the past to ruin this company and smear its name, but the company stands by its values.

In fact, they’ve even had a few of their own good ideas, which happen to reflect their family values. Earlier in the year, they challenged families eating meals to put their mobile devices away while eating and actually talk to one another.

Regardless of what the company does, it will never convince de Blasio that it is anything but evil because of its Christians views. And apparently, he’s just about the only one in New York offended by them.

“For God and Country—Geronimo, Geronimo, Geronimo……..Geronimo E.K.I.A.” -U.S. Navy SEAL VI

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