Protesters Against Chick-fil-A Target Cincinnati Hockey Game

During the minor league Cincinnati Cyclones vs Kalamazoo Wings playoff game, protesters took to the ice. Protesters unfurled signs saying “Chick-fil-A is anti-gay”, rode the Fan Zam Zamboni. Seven protesters got a life time ban from attending future Cincinnati Cyclones games at Cincinnati’s U.S. Bank Arena. For the time being all signs will be banned. According to Cincinnati City Councilman Chris, Seelbach, ” “Can’t have it both ways Cincinnati Cyclones,” Seelbach wrote on social media. “You can’t pretend to be LGBT friendly by hosting a pride night, but also have anti-gay Chick-fil-A as a sponsor.” “

This is not the first time Chick-Fil-A has had a series of backlash. Chick-fil-A got banned from San Antonio and Buffalo airports. Chick-fil-A will be opening at San Jose International Airport, and the airport has been preparing for an upcoming protest.


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