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Can you imagine feeling threatened by a restaurant? TheBlaze's Allie Stuckey tried to understand why Duquesne University students are resistant to a Chick-fil-A on their campus.

Despite always providing service with a smile to everyone without exception, student Senator-at-Large Niko Martini accused the popular national chain of having "a questionable history on civil rights and human rights."

Why? In 2012, Chick-fil-A's Chief Operating Officer, Dan Cathy, made comments in support of traditional marriage. The company also made some donations to non-profit organizations that oppose same-sex marriage, but discontinued this practice last year.

Allie suggested there are worse things happening in the world to be offended by than a company that makes chicken sandwiches.

To see more from Allie, visit her channel on TheBlaze.

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