Chick-fil-A Is Now Pretending to Be a Teenage Girl on Facebook
In a pair of recent interviews, Chick-fil-A president and COO Dan Cathy has made clear his opposition to gay marriage, going as far as saying those who support gay marriage are "inviting God's judgment on our nation."
In reaction to his comments, supporters of marriage equity are reevaluating their relationship with the fast food franchise, with some former fans going as far as posting videos on how to recreate Chick-fil-A's tasty chicken sandwiches at home.
The Jim Henson Company, which had partnered with Chick-fil-A to make toys for their kids' meals, also severed ties with the chain in reaction to Cathy's words.
However, Chick-fil-A has claimed that they made the decision to break up with The Jim Henson Company, citing safety issues with the toys. This debate over who dumped whom played out on Chick-fil-A's Facebook yesterday. While it seemed like a redheaded teenage girl was sticking up for the chicken chain's account of what went down, as you will see in this screenshot of the thread she wasn't quite who she seemed.
Not only does the profile pic for "Abby Farle" come from a stock photo listing for a "Pretty Redheaded Teenage," but she suspiciously joined Facebook just eight hours before posting her comments. Of course it could just be that the actress who posed for the stock photo happened to have evidence which supported Chick-fil-A's version of the events. But we wouldn't bet on it.Who's running Chick-fil-A's PR? Those mischievous cows from the commercials?