Chick-fil-A, live from Peabody (and Minneapolis)

Reader Chris E. reports from Peabody, Massachusetts:

Figured you would like to see this photo – having lived in the South, I know Chick-fil-A very well. I don’t eat fast food often, but decided after reading your post to go the local store at the North Shore Mall in Peabody, MA. Needless to say, the line was at least 150 people deep – if you look at the attached photo, you will see the Chick-fil-A symbol on the left hand edge of the photo.

People of all races, business folks, families alike on line – all saying what the Mayor of Boston has said is just plain wrong – and they wanted to show their support.

AND THIS JUST IN, DATELINE MINNEAPOLIS: “My husband and I and our son who works at the University of Minnesota had lunch at the Coffman Union Chic-fil-A location today, and the line was 50-60 people long! Our son said he had never ever seen a line longer than 5 or 6 people, even during the school year! Parking was a problem, not to mention getting there through all the construction (apparently the University has plenty of our money available to spend), but we wanted to support Chic-fil-A’s First Amendment rights.”

Recommend this Power Line article to your Facebook friends.

Responses