Updated Thursday, 11:30 a.m. EST
Chick-fil-A has responded to accusations that its PR department made a fake Facebook profile to conduct damaga control on the social network.
So, what does Chick-fil-A have to say about "Abby Farle"?
No surprise here: A Chick-fil-A spokesperson denies that the fast food chain/hate group created a redheaded teen conservative to defend the company's recent anti-gay missteps.
"I can confirm that Chick-fil-A has not created a false Facebook page of any kind. Our official corporate Facebook page continues to be our only one," said Chick-fil-A's Tiffany Greenway.
Just like Chick-fil-A's hate meat and waffle fries, most gays aren't buying it.
Do you think Chick-fil-A's denial is being served with a side of lies?
Isn't lying a sin? If so, Chick-fil-A is no better than the filthy sodomites it hopes to exterminate with sales from waffle fries and hate meat. Details follow.
Yesterday, we pointed you to a nifty little sign that popped up at a Texas Chick-fil-A coinciding with the Jim Henson Co.'s decision to pull its toys from the fast food chain's kid's meals. Not long after the image went viral, at least one fake Facebook profile popped up to do god's work by defending Chick-fil-A on the social network.
Meet Abby Farle. She's finally arrived in 2009 after joining Facebook Tuesday night. We can forgive her, though, because she immediately dipped her toes in to some controversial action. Mere hours after creating her profile, Abby launched a campaign against folks who were leaving totally rude comments on Chick-fil-A's Facebook page about the Jim Henson "recall." Before referencing Scripture in one particularly pointed post, Abby informed a user upset with the hate group masquerading as a fast food chain that she knows someone who knows someone who has a hairdresser who saw the sign "weeks" before the Jim Henson announcement. She swears! Derr.
But the Chick-fil-A crusade was over before it got popcorn-chomping good because some meanie Google-image searched Abby's profile photo and matched it to a stock photo series titled "Pretty redheaded teenager isolated on white smiling."
Though the tactic has of course not been confirmed as a PR trick performed by Chick-fil-A, would it surprise you to find out that the homophobic company has resorted to such devious damage control efforts?
(Source and image: Gizmodo)