You’ve heard of Brexit.
Now Great Britain, thanks to the intolerant tolerant left, is introducing the Chixit. But in this case a mall is forcing out one of the fastest-growing fast-food chains.
Chick-fil-A was locked out of its first United Kingdom location after LGBTQ rights protesters — again — called for a boycott of the popular U.S.-based restaurant brand.
Chick-fil-A had opened a store at the Oracle Shopping Center in Reading England, but the owners of the center bowed to the liberal hate campaign, according to BBC.
“We always look to introduce new concepts for our customers, however, we have decided on this occasion that the right thing to do is to only allow Chick-fil-A to trade with us for the initial six-month pilot period and not to extend the lease any further,” the retail group said.
Unacceptable “new concepts,” of course, would be faith-based companies that don’t support the radical left agenda. Apparently these social justice mall cops frown on businesses that contribute to Christian charitable organizations such as the Salvation Army.
As the BBC notes, Chick-fil-A experienced a chixit last year in San Antonio, Texas, when the chain was barred for similar reasons.
The intolerant tolerant left, as it so often does, has hurt the people it insists it is trying to protect through its boycotts.
“There are 145,000 people—black, white; gay, straight; Christian, non-Christian—who represent Chick-fil-A,” the company told the BBC.