A high school principal in Ventura, California has banned a boosters organization from using Chick-fil-A sandwiches for a football team fundraiser.
The principal, Val Wyatt, issued the ban because she thinks the chicken sandwiches from the popular national chain are offensive or something.
Val Wyatt thinks people might be offended at the boosters use of the Chick-fil-A sandwiches because Chick-fil-A’s President openly supports traditional marriage.
To be perfectly clear traditional marriage is not offensive, bigoted, hateful, or anything else, it is a simple affirmation of a simple fact, marriage is between one man and one woman.
What is offensive are the PC thought police and militant homosexuals demanding that their deviant lifestyle be recognized and condoned by the rest of society, never mind the fact that the United States is one of the most tolerant societies towards gays and lesbians in the world.
These folks should try pushing the BS in Iran, or Saudi Arabia, or the desert controlled by ISIS, they’d be killed practically on the spot.
Todd Starnes at Fox News has more:
Principal Val Wyatt’s ban has less to do with poultry and more to do with politics.
“With their political stance on gay rights and because the students of Ventura High School and their parents would be at the event, I didn’t want them on campus,” Wyatt told the Ventura County Star.
It was a sentiment supported by Trudy Tuttle Ariaga, superintendent of the Ventura Unified School District.
“We value inclusivity and diversity on our campus, and all our events and activities are going to adhere to our mission,” Ariaga told CBS News in Los Angeles.
This is a classic example of those preaching inclusivity and diversity being the least inclusive and diverse of all.
A few days before the back-to-school event, the principal broke the news to the booster club. She said her “main reason” for banning Chick-fil-A was because she did not want an outside organization to sell or advertise during the event.
“I work really hard to keep Ventura High School from being a marketplace for all kinds of vendors to come to the campus and reap profit,” she told the newspaper.
Well, dear. That’s a bit disingenuous. Chick-fil-A was not making a single penny. They were giving all the proceeds to the booster club. Period.
I suspect her “main reason” had more to do with her statement about Chick-fil-A’s opposition to gay rights.
There’s just one teensy-weensy problem with Principal Wyatt’s explanation: It’s not true.
“Chick-fil-A doesn’t have a stance on gay marriage,” Shaffer told the Star. “We treat everyone who walks through our doors, regardless of their religion or sexual orientation, with honor, dignity and respect.”