December 20, 2013
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said Americans will support Duck Dynasty like they backed Chick-fil-A when liberals called for boycotts and attacked the popular restaurant chain when its CEO spoke out against gay marriage.
In an appearance on Fox News’s Hannity on Thursday, Palin, the politician that columnists have said most resonates with Duck Dynasty nation, said she “absolutely” thought the reaction in support of Duck Dynasty will be the same after A&E suspended patriarch Phil Robertson for comments to GQ that were supposedly “anti-gay.” When Chick-fil-A came under attack, the country had Chick-fil-A appreciation days that packed the already popular restaurants.
“You’re going to see people wearing their camo,” Palin, who was also clad in a Duck Dynasty camo, said. “You’re going to see people wearing their red, white and blue bandanas and be out there with their duck calls and everything else.”
This article was posted: Friday, December 20, 2013 at 2:35 pm