Michael Brown: The Public Must Not Have Got the Memo That Chick-fil-A is a Terrible Place to Eat Because It’s America’s Favorite Fast Food Restaurant

Drink and sandwich containers are seen on a customer’s table during the grand opening of a Chick-fil-A freestanding franchise restaurant in Midtown, New York October 3, 2015. | (Photo: Reuters/Rashid Umar Abbasi)

To the consternation of the haters and anti-Christian bigots, Fox reports that “Chick-fil-A is officially America’s favorite fast food restaurant.”

Yes, “The fast-food chain beat out reigning champion In-N-Out, and took home the top spot on Market Force’s Fast Food Market Research Report.” In addition, “The American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) also named Chick-fil-A as America’s favorite restaurant for the fourth year in a row.”

And Chick-fil-A did this despite of an unrelenting campaign of hate from its critics, including: attempts to ban Chick-fil-A from college campuses; attempts to ban Chick-fil-A from cities; attempts to ban Chick-fil-A from airports; and regular calls for boycotts.

Why all the animus towards this one, fast-food restaurant?

It’s simply because: 1) Chick-fil-A is a Christian owned and operated, to the point of not doing business on Sundays; 2) Chick-fil-A executives had the audacity to state their disagreement with same-sex “marriage”; and 3) Chick-fil-A donates money to Christian ministries which uphold biblical morality, like the Fellowship of Christian Athletes; 4) worse still, some of the ministries Chick-fil-A have supported believe homosexuals can change. Oh, the crime!

That’s why, we are told, the public should stay far away from this bigoted, evil franchise. Surely, anyone who eats at Chick-fil-A is also a bigoted monster. Say goodbye to Chick-fil-A!

Unfortunately for the critics and haters, and, quite thankfully for Chick-fil-A, the company continues to thrive and grow.

Why, then, do people continue to flock to this chicken-serving, fast-food chain?

A first reason would have to be the food and the price. People enjoy the menu, otherwise they wouldn’t be there.

As the market research report indicates, Chick-fil-A scored number one in the categories of Food Quality and Value for Money Spent. That will bring customers back 7 (or, in this case, 6) days a week. (Note also that Chick-fil-A came in number one in Healthy Options.)

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Michael Brown