Chick-fil-A’s Brilliant Kids Summer Camp Initiative Attacked by Hateful Critics Threatening to Report Company to the Government

Given the numerous — numerous — issues afflicting the country right now, one would think that people would have more constructive uses of their time than to attack a children’s summer camp.
One would think wrong.
Chick-fil‑A, the shockingly polarizing fast-food chicken restaurant, has once again found itself in the crosshairs of bad-faith actors who just want to pick a fight with the Christ-forward franchise of eateries.

This time, however, it’s not about the company’s Christian origins or its adherence to the Sabbath. No, this time around, these dullards are attacking one Chick-fil‑A restaurant’s summer camp event.
A Chick-fil‑A in Hammond, Louisiana, announced this fun offering in a June 6 Facebook post:

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The camp, which will take place across various days in mid-to-late July, will offer children (ideally ages 5–12) the chance to meet Chick-fil‑A mascots and managers.

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