Over 100 people were killed or wounded in an Orlando LGBT night club early Sunday morning in the deadliest shooting in U.S. history. The gunman had reportedly pledged allegiance to ISIS soon before the attack.
Even though they are normally closed on Sundays, several Chick-Fil-A restaurants fired up their kitchens and made food, which they then provided to people responding to the attack.
According to a local news report, “Chick-fil-A employees were seen distributing sandwiches and ice tea to those who waited several hours in line to donate blood in addition to the hundreds of law enforcement officials who responded to the shooting scene.”
Chick-Fil-A has Christian owners who have previously come under fire from LGBT groups for their support of man-woman marriage.
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