Adam Smith berates a Chick-fil-A employee, got fired, and now has released a new video apologizing to Rachel, who was his drive-thru victim. He goes on about how she handled his rant with grace, patience, and apologizes for his actions. He wishes her the best of luck in her future endeavors.
Then…he explains why he went to Chcik-fil-A and went on a rampage. He says his “main goal of supporting the gay community outweighed the collateral damage that Rachel became” and admits that he only saw her in that aspect. He then details how we need to stop “rationalizing our destructive actions this way…we need to start seeing people as people.” He admits he failed his own test.
He claims the reaction to his video took him by surprise. Really!? The kids bullying that poor old lady on the school bus wasn’t a clue that this sort of behavior is anathema to American society. However, he says that the passionate responses from his video were encouraging. If people can be that fervid about him bullying a woman in a video, imagine the enthusiasm Americans can exude concerning equal treatment of “their fellow human beings whose basic rights are being threatened by corporations like chick-fil-A.”
Lastly, he said his “not a gay in me” comments were intended to convey the message that “you don’t have to be gay to be for gay-rights.”
Correct. Men can be feminists and whites can be abolitionists.
Mr. Smith, I strongly disagree with you with this video, BUT this tape would have saved you the ire of the masses and loss of employment.
Like a typical liberal, you let your emotions jump into the driver’s seat and you overreached.
Enjoy the seven minute clarification if you wish.
(H/T Ace Of Spades)
P.S. Check out Wikipedia’s Page on Eller College. I wonder what bully they’re referring to in the opening paragraph. HAHA!
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