It’s Boycott Time: Chick-fil-A Just Dropped A BOMBSHELL On ‘Black Lives Matter’ That Is Just Hateful

by | Jan 2, 2016 | Politics News | 8 comments

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It’s not too often a large company like Chick-fil-A gets involved in a controversial topic, but they have thrown themselves right smack in the middle of the #Black Lives Matter movement with a statement that has millions of people talking across the country.

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Police Lives Matter is a movement that counters BLM by encouraging citizens to support police officers that put their lives on the line every single day for citizens across the country.

Police officers are here to protect citizens and will do so regardless of color, as long as you cooperate and obey the law. However, it seems that Chick-fil-A is not buying the whole #BlackLivesMatter movement.

In fact, they have boldly endorsed the police and their justification of killing black people by having their employees wear t-shirts that support police brutality against Black citizens, even the unarmed and innocent who were murdered for no reason.

To show support for law enforcement, Chick-fil-A has unveiled their “Back The Blue” t-shirts:


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  1. Theodore newton

    I’m a black man who was once a police officer my ex wife is a retired police officer and her two daughters are on the job as I write this so l am saying it’s not fair to say or think all police are bad there are still good ones out there so thumbs up to them.

  2. Red Rawls

    Michael Jackson said it best.They don’t care about?

  3. Adam Barns

    very true, Black lives matter because blacks are being shot in the back for no reason.

  4. Kathleen Moran

    I’ll be going into local chik fil a wearing my Black Lives Matter shirt.

  5. Hameed

    It’s been said that the KKK were the owners of chick-fil-A, now there’s little doubt

    • tracy

      that’s ridiculous. no one ever said that and its not true. My husband being a police officer, why wouldn’t it be ok if i wore a shirt like that, even if that’s what it stood for, which it doesn’t. It was for a spirit week of their local high school. I love when people spew nonsense and make things up and actually think people don’t do their own fact checking.


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