Chick-fil-A gets drag-queen endorsement with new music video

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Chick-fil-A is known for two things; their down-home, simple style of chicken-sandwich preparation, and their down-home, simple style of bigotry and religious discrimination. With that in mind, they've received the ultimate endorsement: the hard-to-reach drag-queen demographic. Drag queens William Belli, Detox, and Vicki Vox just released a tongue-in-rouged-cheek endorsement of the chicken chain in music-video form. And it's awesome. 

The oddly well-produced video reminds the viewer to "put it in your mouth" — speaking, of course, of Chick-fil-A products. It's a clever indictment of the chain's anti-gay business style, using a faux endorsement to point out the absurdity in running a business this way in 2012. They also rhyme "bible" with "libel," which is something I'm always supportive of. 

Chick-fil-A could consider embracing this image and become a kind of funky intolerance-themed restaurant. They could be like Medieval Times, but with bigots instead of knights, and a sense of social values more akin to actual medieval times. And serfs! Everyone loves serfs!

Watch the video below: