Republican Senator Lindsey Graham (SC) threw his support behind Chick-fil-A on Wednesday after the fast food chain was the source of protests at the University of Notre Dame.
Graham tweeted a reaction to a Fox News story about a group of students and faculty at the university who have said that they don’t want Chick-fil-A to put a restaurant on their campus due to the fact that the company often gives money to Christian organizations, among other reasons like its “reliance on animal agriculture.”
— Lindsey Graham (@LindseyGrahamSC) July 14, 2021
Graham tweeted, “I have always thought [Notre Dame] was one of the greatest universities in America, if not the world.”
“It’s disappointing to hear some ND students and faculty want to ban Chick-fil-A from doing business on campus because they disagree with the values held by the Chick-fil-A founders. What a dangerous precedent to set,”