The hypocrisy is ming-blowing.
Chick-fil-A is hatching a plan to take over New York just two years after enraging much of the city.
In a lengthy story in USA Today, an executive at the fast food chain detailed plans to add more healthful items to the menu as the company opens 108 restaurants this year, many in cities and a number of those in New York.
A Chick-fil-A spokeswoman told The Huffington Post that the company is “still in the process of evaluating locations in [New York].”
It may take more than the company’s cultish following and new grilled chicken offerings to win over the country’s largest city.
“We don’t need bigots coming to New York City,” Councilman Daniel Dromm, who is openly gay, told HuffPost. “They are not welcome here unless they can embrace all of New York’s diverse community, including the LGBT community.”