Chik-fil-A using fake Facebook profiles to defend their bigotry
By Dan Horn
July 25, 2012 - 18:01
The PR nightmare won't end for Chik-fil-A anytime soon. We'd reported that The Jim Henson Company had pulled out of any future dealings with the fast food chain after its president Dan Cathy released anti-gay statements to the public, and after the move Chik-fil-A countered with a laughably untimely recall of its Henson Co. kids' meal toys, citing health hazards associated with the toys.
Now, Chik-fil-A is accused of creating fake Facebook profiles through which they can spread lies about the recall and attempt to save a little face. It wasn't likely to work in this internet age, but they went full-steam ahead anyway and got caught red handed in the end. Check out this hilarious exchange on Gizmodo.com.
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