Phil Robertson supporters are not going to be silenced. The Duck Dynasty fans are coming together at the local Chick-fil-A restaurant next month to remind everyone of the right to free speech. On Friday Fox News reported that the Chick-Phil-A Day is gaining ground with the campaign now having a Facebook page. Over 25,000 people have liked the social media campaign page and people are promising to show up to the local restaurants for support.
The two requirements for participation is to show up at the local Chic-fil-A restaurant on Tuesday, January 21 and to wear camouflage clothing. The protest seems to be well organized and a peaceful way to show disappointment about Phil Robertson’s indefinite suspension by A&E after comments made to a magazine earlier this month.
While Chick-fil-A is the location of the march, the restaurant has nothing to do with the efforts. Known for their company’s philosophy, it appears people decided it would be a good place to congregate with or without the approval of the business. Also, the Robertson clan doesn't seem to be instigating the efforts either. They are going about their business without weighing in on the special day coming up for Phil Robertson.
Will Duck Dynasty fans really show up for Chick-Phil-A Day? So far the response has been overwhelmingly positive.