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Chick-Fil-A CEO Claims Christians Are “Shameful” & Need To Repent Of Racism

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Published on: June 19, 2020

And if you recall, this is the same guy making decisions about not being charitable towards organizations that actually call sodomy and lesbianism sin.  He’s running the same company that promotes Common Core indoctrination.  His company has sympathized with BLM and Antifa.  Now, Chick-Fil-A CEO Dan Cathy is probably making his father roll over in his grave a second time by declaring that white Christians should repent of their racism after his company had several stores vandalized in the past week.

I’d say he should stop following the mainstream media narrative and stop making his employees wear masks, which can cause health problems for them, and on top of that, how about a little Americanism and station some armed people at your establishments or even pay some of your employees to guard them instead of whining about “racism,” which the Bible is clear on:  There’s only one race, the human one.

But it got worse for Cathy.

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Dr. Susan Berry writes:

Cathy, the son of Chick-fil-A founder S. Truett Cathy, spoke in a roundtable discussion with Passion City founder Louie Giglio and Christian rapper Lecrae. He said whites should not condemn the behavior of destroying others’ property. Instead, he said, they should have empathy for the underlying frustration.

“[M]y plea would be for the white people, rather than point fingers at that kind of criminal effort, would be to see the level of frustration and exasperation and almost the sense of hopelessness that exists on some of those activists within the African-American community,” he said.

After calling for whites to repent for racism, Cathy got down and shined Lecrae’s shoes on stage:

“Any expressions of a contrite heart, of a sense of humility, a sense of shame, a sense of embarrassment … an apologetic heart, I think that’s what our world needs to hear today,” he continued.

The CEO said, after speaking to some black members of his staff, he came to realize the existence of “conscious and unconscious biases” that led to some black employees to experience a lack of respect.

He said whites have not been taking the time to ask blacks about their experiences.

“This has led to a sense of apathy, indifference – you know, it’s somebody else’s deal, this is about, you know, police shooting people,” he said, then added, “It’s much more than that. It’s about the grind of that kind of indignity and other expressions of it.”

Well, Mr. Cathy, what about those whites who have suffered violence at crimes at the hands of blacks?  It’s the wickedness of men’s hearts, not their skin color that is the problem.

And LeCrae!  Dude, what are you doing participating in this mess?  You know Scripture!  And yet, you’re going along with this?  Seriously?

I’m pretty sure, Dan Cathy just drove a nail in the coffin of Chick-Fil-A, a company that once upheld Christian values and stood for them and now, he’s pointing the fingers at Christians, going along with the mainstream media and lying politicians’ narrative to the point of getting a photo op of wiping a Christian rapper’s shoes?  I’m pretty sure they were already clean.

Let’s see Danny put his money where his mouth is and actually serve in the community that he is addressing than in his ivory tower.  Then, maybe I’ll listen to him.

Though I enjoy their chicken, I won’t personally be patronizing a Chick-Fil-A establishment until the management of the company repents.

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