Meyer responds to triggered students who called Chick-fil-A “unsafe” [VIDEO]

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Red Alert Politics Editor Ron Meyer, who is also an elected representative on the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors in Northern Virginia, had his jobs collide when an item came before the Loudoun Board regarding Chick-fil-A.

Last week, Red Alert reported students at Duquesne University were protesting a new Chick-fil-A on campus, calling it “unsafe” with a “questionable history on civil rights and human rights.”

At a Loudoun Board meeting last Wednesday evening, a local Chick-fil-A branch in Dulles, Virginia had an application for larger signs at their location. During discussion of the motion, Supervisor Meyer said, “Students at Duquesne University today said that Chick-fil-A on campus makes them feel ‘unsafe,’ and that they are an affront to human rights.”

“I just want to say that I feel not only safe at Chick-fil-A, but I also feel extremely full — and happy. And, I’m really glad that more people will be able to see Chick-fil-A and be able to experience that similar feeling.”

The application was approved unanimously.