College Students Request Chick-fil-A, New Jersey University Has Sick Response

When a New Jersey university found out their students were hoping a Chick-fil-A could come to campus, the school thought they had a better idea. Their response is downright as sickening as it is infuriating.

Chick-fil-A (left), Rider University (right) (Photo Credit:,

Nothing triggers liberals like… well… everything triggers liberals and Chick-fil-A is one of those things. Because the fast food chain’s CEO is a Christian who believes in traditional family values, the left is hysterically offended by their perfectly seasoned chicken sandwiches.

In the Age of Trump, Chick-fil-A has become synonymous with MAGA, patriotism, Christianity, and everything else liberals hate. As such, a college in New Jersey has banned the restaurant from campus, citing a conflict of moral values.

College Reform reports that Rider University in New Jersey sent out a survey to students asking which restaurants they’d like to see on campus. The results were overwhelming in favor of Chick-fil-A, but this wasn’t the answer the liberal ninnies in charge were hoping for. The school rejected the idea of bringing the restaurant in, saying that “their corporate values have not sufficiently progressed enough to align with those of Rider.”

It’s safe to assume by this statement that Rider University is firmly against Christian values, which sounds a lot worse when you say it out loud. What? Is this a satanic university? Do they teach witchcraft and pagan rituals? There’s no mention of this on their website, but who knows?

Rider Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs Jan Friedman-Krupnick further clarified the school’s anti-chicken ideology:

“It is important to me and to the University that all voices are heard. There are a number of factors that contribute to a campus’ decision to invite a retail partner on campus. While Chick-fil-A is among other restaurants preferenced by Rider students, there are members of the community (faculty, staff, and students) who strongly opposed the option as well,” said Friedman-Krupnick.

In other words, one snowflake melted so everyone has to suffer.

“In all of our campus decisions, we carefully weigh benefits, risks and voices representative of all of our campus constituents,” said Friedman-Krupnick.

Oh, this is that liberal thing where they promote inclusion by excluding everything that makes them feel uncomfortable. It’s particularly sad that this trigger is a chicken sandwich.

The hysteria over Chick-fil-A is because the company has given money to Christian groups who opposed gay marriage. CEO Dan T. Cathy also made a public statement that his Christian faith prevented him from supporting anything but traditional marriage. Our country is supposed to afford us the freedom of religion, but if a Christian believes marriage is between a man and a woman, it’s an unforgivable crime on the left.

Liberals went nuts over the pro-traditional marriage position by Chik-fil-A’s CEO and organized boycotts of the restaurant. The mayors of Boston and Chicago even pledged to ban Chick-fil-A from opening franchises in their cities.

The bullying from the left eventually worked and the corporation’s CEO issued a statement that they would stay out of the political gay marriage debate and leave it up to society and the government. Despite this, cry-baby liberals still hate Chick-fil-A.

Just last week, Politico reporter Rachael Blade informed that incoming House Democrats established their agenda by banning Chick-fil-A from their Thanksgiving meeting:

Ideological food? It’s chicken, not a political system! Maybe if there was something called “communist cakes” or “socialist scones,” this would make sense, but then again, the far-left kooks of the Democratic Party would probably gobble those up.

Liberals preach tolerance and inclusion, but this irrational hatred of Chick-fil-A is nothing but intolerance and exclusion because the left is nothing but a bunch of miserable hypocrites. BS ideologic self-righteousness comes with a price, however, as they are missing out on one hell of a tasty chicken sandwich.

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Brian Anderson is the author of horror novels Man-Made Monsters and Cryptic Creatures and has written for some major Hollywood studios. He is a family man, musician, muscle car enthusiast, and supporter of the 2nd Amendment.