Mike Huckabee long ago supported Chick-fil-A in left-wing attacks, but after announcing the company on Monday to stop donating to two Christian organizations, he changed his tune.
The company has announced that it is donating to initiatives that support "its mission to nurture the potential of every child." He said he would stop donating to two Christian organizations in 2020, the Society of Christian Athletes and the Salvation Army, which were accused by gay rights activists of having anti-LGBTQ views.
"In August 2012, I coordinated National Chick-fil-A Recognition Day after they were harassed by militant hate groups," the former Arkansas governor tweeted on Monday. "Today, Chick-fil-A has handed over $$ to local customers. I'm sorry they believe they will stay true to the founding beliefs of founder Truett Cathy. It's sad."
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The prominent conservative Christian leader added that the move of the popular chicken chain was seen as "the move of the popular chicken chain" betrayal of loyal customers to appease those who despise them. "
Huckabee was not alone, however, as many expressed their frustration and anger online, asking if the company would remain true to faith and family values.
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He added that the decision was bad because it didn't make anyone happy.
" The craziest part of Chick-fil-A's decision, "said Hallowell," is a little to appease those who have long hated the company. In the meantime, he is doing everything to alienate those who have supported the company endlessly against attacks. "
The GAYAD National Gay Rights Group said the company's statement should be met with" cautious optimism "but more work should be done. " Chick-fil-A still has no policies in place to ensure safe workplaces for LGBTQ employees, and should unequivocally speak out against the anti-LGBTQ reputation that represents their brand, "Drew Anderson, GLAAD's director of campaigns and rapid response, told CNN.  Fox Business Network host Charles Payne called Chick-fil-A's decision "stunning."
"Christians fighting for the company against wave after wave of criticism. The Salvation Army helps everyone. I never thought it was political, "Payne said." Then again, I never thought a chicken sandwich could be political. "
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Chick-fil-A received numerous negative comments about its latest social media posts, with many saying they would no longer come out their way to go there.