Chipotle Espouses Communist Rhetoric

I crossed Chipotle off my list when they made such a big deal out of people showing up at their establishment armed. I haven’t paid much attention to them of late, but they’ve made the news again.

After Chipotle declared that they were prohibiting patrons from exercising their Second Amendment rights in their restaurants, the Mexican grill took another step to the left by writing slogans on their bags that include plainly Communist rhetoric.

The fast-food grill now issues paper bags for to-go orders with a variety of quotes from authors like Toni Morrison, Malcolm Gladwell and George Saunders.

The campaign, announced in May, was created by militant vegetarian Jonathan Safran Foer who claims that he wanted to offer people something to read while dining.

“A lot of these people don’t have access to libraries, or bookstores,” Foer said. “Something felt very democratic and good about this.”

There’s more at the link, but seriously, a bunch of morons must run this company.

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2 Responses to Chipotle Espouses Communist Rhetoric

  1. chewydog says:

    “A lot of these people don’t have access to libraries, or bookstores,” …WTF

    But they have access to Chipotle…Who are these people?

  2. Leonard Jones says:

    Never ate there, never fucking will! I do not get around that much any more,
    so I cannot say I limit my dining to restaurants that support the things I
    believe in, but I damn sure will never enter any establishment that panders
    to the anti-gun or pro rod smoker crowd.

    I have not been to a Chick Fil A, but if I am ever near one, I damn sure will!

    Chipotle’s? Sorry, I have no desire to be a victim of a crazed mass shooter.
    By banning guns in their establishments, they are all but insuring such an
    attack at one of their locations.

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