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Chick-Fil-A Abandons Salvation Army for Group Accused of Aiding Abortions

I told you guys Chick-Fil-A and its new charities would come under scrutiny. The chicken sandwich company abandoned support of the Salvation Army after gay rights activists loudly complained. Instead, it redirected its money to other charities including Covenant House.The organization has already had both a sexual misconduct and financial scandal. Those were in the early nineties. But more recently, Covenant House has been accused of helping take people to get abortions.

I told you guys Chick-Fil-A and its new charities would come under scrutiny. The chicken sandwich company abandoned support of the Salvation Army after gay rights activists loudly complained. Instead, it redirected its money to other charities including Covenant House.

The organization has already had both a sexual misconduct and financial scandal. Those were in the early nineties. But more recently, Covenant House has been accused of helping take people to get abortions.

Allegedly, a Covenant House van was seen taking a young woman for an abortion. Two Catholic pro-life activists say they witnessed the situation. Covenant House is also a supporter of the LGBTQ community.

It is more and more apparent that Chick-Fil-A decided it needed to get woke.

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