During the summer of 2012, Chick-Fil-A founder Dan Cathy was quoted in the Baptist Press as saying he was “guilty as charged” when it came to believing in the biblical definition of the family unit.
Since then, the Left has engaged in anti-Chick-Fil-A boycotts, vandalism, performance art, viral freak-outs, and even an attempted mass shooting.
The latest absurdity comes from the student government at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh which fears that Chick-fil-A’s plan to open an outlet on campus will put students’ campus “safe space” at risk.
Meanwhile, another defender of the biblical family unit, Vice President Mike Pence, is scheduled to deliver the commencement address at Notre Dame next month. Some students are protesting, saying he makes them “feel unsafe.”
Brit Hume tweeted: “Before long, these children will have to live in the real world.”
To which American Pie tweeted: “Can you imagine having to HIRE one of these emotional idiots? I shudder to think. Employers will need a ‘snowflake’ filter.”
This gave me an idea for job interviewers everywhere who want to avoid hiring snowflakes, without taking the risk of asking questions that could get them sued.
Plant some Chick-Fil-A bags in the trash can.
This simple device should trigger visible anxiety in anyone you really don’t want to hire by accident.
If you really want to up the ante, add framed photos of President Trump and Vice President Pence along with an American flag or two. 🙂