Skip to comments.What really happened at the homosexual 'kiss-in' at Chick-fil-A in Massachusetts
Posted on 08/09/2012 11:19:58 AM PDT by massmike
That evening at the Burlington Mall food court, the first things one noticed were some uniformed Burlington police and also several uniformed mall cops. The mall cops approached anyone they suspected was a reporter and told them they couldn't take photos or videos.
(For the flood of people on "Appreciation Day" there were no police that we could see and maybe three mall cops. And lots of people took photos and videos the entire time with no trouble.)
Around 7:45 pm about a dozen or so activists suddenly came marching into the food court and gathered in front of Chick-fil-A.
They began yelling, chanting, and kissing each other as publicly as possible. Several had signs pinned to their clothes and danced around screaming slogans about "bigotry" and "homophobia." A few of them pulled out cameras and started taking pictures and videos of it all.
What was almost more surprising was the behavior of the police and the mall cops. Rather than protect the patrons from the loud, bizarre, and offensive spectacle, the cops did the opposite. The police gave the "protesters" all the room they needed for their activity and stood on the perimeter to keep customers from coming close or interfering with them! Nor did they discourage the "gay" activists from taking photos or videos, as they had with everyone else.
The homosexual movement is obsessed with pushing their sexual "identity" on the public as bluntly as possible. The police in general are either in solidarity with or are afraid of this movement and cannot be counted on to protect the public in this regard. And the media is even more biased than most people realize, and simply cannot be believed when it comes to these issues.
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They should really do something productive like read a book or study if they’re in school. Do some self-education.
Find a hobby like stamp collecting or baseball/football/hockey card collecting,which is fun to do.
That is incorrect. In a public place, yes, they have rights. In a private place, like a mall, their "rights" are subject to significant restrictions. And certain behaviors, like making out or annoying other customers, can be banned quite legally by the mall's owners. And for those who are truly disgusting, the mall can eject them from the property. For a free standing Chick-Fil-A, their "rights" end at the sidewalk.
Not sure I buy that...cordoning off the area maintaining the perimeter forces ME to alter my actions to accomodate THEM. That I refuse to do.
The police took sides or were told to take sides. And they chose the queers.
I find that reprehensible. There a lot more of me than them. At a minimum I would have laughed loudly and pointed at their absurdity. Going to ARREST ME?
You may once. After that you are NOT my friend.
We better stand up before we are not able to do so. Visibly. quiet emails to the mall folk don’t do it...they may not care.
Most welcome :-)
Yes, since the ‘90s it seems the rainbow agenda acts with impunity - they have been given carte blanche and they act like rowdy school kids in a classroom when the teacher has left. Thanks for those links.
A possible alternative explanation for the way the police handled it is that by not trying to arrest them, and keeping everyone else away they minimized the possibility that they would have to engage the protestors directly and expose themselves to risk of infection.
Ha, perhaps I am more curious ;-) - what was most telling is the juxtaposition of an orderly well-mannered crown on CFA Appreciation Day, with the tiny but rowdy kissers.
The mall owners asked themselves this simple question: “Who would we rather have angry with us?” The answer is obvious, and until we change that calculus, they will continue to answer the question they way they did here.
Simon Properties owns that mall. They own a whole LOT of malls out there across the fruited plain. Plenty of opportunities for us to make our displeasure known.
Since it didn’t get any media coverage, I doubt anyone really knows.
My wife took the kids to eat at that Chick-Fil-A on the same day. It’s the nearest to our house but is still over an hour away. They arrived just after normal lunch hour and said there was no sign a gay protest. Looks as if a few showed up later.
OTOH, letting the activists disgust as many people as possible could be seen as a winning strategy long-term.
They don’t need to be more than 3% of the population to have a disproportionate effect, when they have a much larger percentage of supporters and sympathizers who will follow their lead.
and this is Massachusetts — Mitt Romney’s Massachusetts???
Just another in a long and steadily growing list of good reasons to not live in the Northeast.
“....letting the activists disgust as many people as possible could be seen as a winning strategy long-term...”
Exactly! The faggies perceive their public prancing has the tacit support of the police & politicians, therefore they think they’ve won.
Meanwhile, the normal straight people whom the faggies have disgusted with their spectacle go home seething & vow revenge at the ballot box. And we know who the “Gay Party” is.
Twenty years ago militant faggies were invading churches & disrupting services. That caused a huge backlash and Hollywood was seen as their unholy ally. They are sick enough to believe that the less than two percent can rule the ninety eight percent. The Chick Fil-A event has proven otherwise.
We don’t have to take it from these people.
Perhaps the kissers’ braces got locked or someone super glued their lips together? What a picture that would be!
It doesn’t take too much IQ to regurgitate a chant over and over. They could try using more than just their brainstems....
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