FOUR Times Chick-fil-A Came to The Rescue

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Four times Chick-fil-A, loved by many conservative Americans, has come to the rescue.

The controversial pro-Christian chicken sandwich franchise, Chick-fil-A, has a habit of being in the limelight.

Journalists, pundits, and activists have kept the franchise in the cross hairs for years ever since their pro-Christian vales were revealed to the public at a time of heightened pro-LGBT tolerance.

In spite of much negative coverage, Chick-fil-A has gone from strength to strength.

Chick-fil-A’s sales revenue has more than doubled since activists painted a target on the chain’s back, a few years ago.

Chick-fil-A Sales Have Doubled Since SJW Protests Began

Protests and boycotts appear to backfire, and the chain has branched out of the USA, building restaurants in the UK and Canada.

First up, a Chick-fil-A digital marketing manager bravely retrieved a panicking customer’s phone from a storm drain after the customer accidentally dropped the phone.

The customer was so elated by the Chick-fil-A employee’s heroic actions, she posted a lengthy Facebook post which went viral on the social media platform.

Seth, the digital marketing manager, sliced a finger open for his troubles.

Second, a Chick-fil-A employee changed a 96-year-old veteran’s flat tire at a drive-thru location in Tennessee.

After the ordeal, staff were even kind enough to replace the veteran’s order with a hot meal.

Next up, and, perhaps most impressively; a Chick-fil-A worker leaped through drive-thru window to save a choking boy.

A six-year-old boy managed to get tangled on a seat belt before turning red in the face.

The Chick-fil-A employee leaped through the window to cut the boy free with a pocket knife.

This isn’t, however, the first time a Chick-fil-A member of staff has saved a customer from physical harm–or perhaps worse.

In the months before this heroic incident, two Chick-fil-A members of staff saved customers choking on food at two separate locations.

And finally, a Chick-fil-A manager with some pre-nursing training helped save the life of the man in cardiac arrest.

The manager noticed somebody unconscious next to a car in the Chula Vista franchise’s parking lot.

The manager rushed over to the man who wasn’t breathing and whose eyes had rolled back.

Other members of staff called 911, where paramedics successfully saved the man’s life.