The Liz Magill Presidency at UPenn Is Over
Something Is Absent From UPenn President's Disastrous 'Kill All the Jews' Explainer Video
John Fetterman Infuriates Liberals Again
Why the Discovery of Hamas' Leader's Credit Card Is a Little Infuriating
GOP Senator Calls for Investigation Into Chinese 'Sewage Garlic'
Biden WH Refuses to Take Responsibility for Inflation, Says Companies Need to Lower...
NYC Trying to Register Illegal Immigrants to Vote, Republican Rep Says
Will Joe Biden Pardon His Corrupt Son In Light Of New Charges?
Americans Would Lose More 2A Rights Under Newly Proposed Democrat-Backed Bill
Biden Promises to Spend 'Billion 300 Million Trillion 300 Million Dollars' On Infrastructu...
Wisconsin Democrat Vetoes Bill That Would Protect Children From Leftist Transgender Agenda
Hunter Biden Plays the Victim... Again
Are the White House Interns Running the Show Here?
Iran's Sinister Web of Influence in the West
Liberal Parenting Contributes to Mental Illness in Kids

Hot Take: Chick-fil-A Is 'Infiltrating' NYC With Its Christian Values

Did you know Chick-fil-A is infiltrating New York City with its Christian values? The New Yorker sent the warning to its readers Friday. Beware the restaurant's "pervasive Christian traditionalism," says Dan Piepenbring.


Chick-fil-A was once only known for being the birthplace of the Original Chicken Sandwich. But, when its CEO spoke out against gay marriage, it became a target for progressives, who have since called for boycotts of the Christian company.

Piepenberg sensed an "ulterior motive" in the establishment's decor during his lunch stop. The Cows all over the restaurant are "ultimate evangelists." It's all meant to build to his damning conclusion.

Still, there’s something especially distasteful about Chick-fil-A, which has sought to portray itself as better than other fast food: cleaner, gentler, and more ethical, with its poultry slightly healthier than the mystery meat of burgers. Its politics, its décor, and its commercial-evangelical messaging are inflected with this suburban piety.

The piece itself was pretty entertaining, but the reactions were downright hilarious.


Of course, the point was also made that if The New Yorker had chosen a different restaurant or a different faith to put on trial, there would be uproar in the media.

Join the conversation as a VIP Member


Trending on Townhall Videos