Christian Broadcasting Network reporter David Brody defended Chick-fil-A against media attacks, on “Fox & Friends” Monday, and said it was hypocritical to call the popular restaurant “creepy.”
Brody discussed an article in The New Yorker headlined “Chick-Fil-A’s Creepy Infiltration Of New York City.”
“This is hypocrisy. It’s media hypocrisy at its best,” Brody said. “Here’s the problem. The New Yorker, obviously a liberal magazine and all of that. This is what they do. It’s the latte sipping crowd. They talk with other liberals and all of a sudden it becomes this narrative out there.”
Brody believes Christian values will ultimately win and said the mainstream media is out of touch with everyday Americans.
“Judeo-Christian principles win out in the end,” he said. “This New Yorker article like I said, they talk to these other liberals around town in New York and L.A. The problem is they’re talking to 18 percent of the country. They’re not talking to the heart land and that’s why there is such a disconnect.”
“That’s why you see the media all the time going, wait I don’t understand how Donald Trump is still standing after all this time,” Brody concluded. “It’s because you’re writing articles like this that are just not compatible at all with mainstream heartland America.”