Chick-fil-A: “Tastes like Hate” Vandalism Hits SoCal Restaurant

Hours before a scheduled nationwide, same sex “kiss in” to protest the owner of Chick-fil-A's anti-gay marriage stance, police are investigating vandalism committed at a Torrance franchise of the fast food restaurant.

Overnight someone committed a misdemeanor crime by spray painting “Tastes like Hate” on the restaurant's outer wall.

Political conservatives, who vigorously back Chick-fil-A owner Dan Cathy's position that God will punish the United States if gays and lesbians are allowed to marry, are probably disgusted by the vandalism.
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On Wednesday, the restaurant won huge sales and vocal support when Cathy fans lined up to buy his food.

On the other side of the controversy, pro-gay marriage equality groups are pushing their boycott today by calling for a “National Same Sex Kiss-In Day” outside of the popular restaurant.

Go HERE to see a link to the event's Facebook page.

Gay
anger at Cathy increased after recent reports show he has sponsored the
work of homophobic characters and given more than $5 million to
anti-equality causes, according to various news outlets.

Rev.
Pat Robertson: I am sure gays caused God to aid the Middle Eastern
airplane terrorists who killed nearly 3,000 Americans on 911.
In Orange County, the recent opening of a Chick-fil-A in Laguna Hills won a group of protesters.

9 A.M. UPDATE: The vandalized restaurant painted over the graffiti.

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