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Clemson Star QB Trevor Lawrence Enrages Liberals with Love for Chick-fil-A

“Now we’re getting Chick-Fil-A, too?” Lawrence said on Monday. “We can’t lose tonight.”

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The Clemson Tigers shocked the sports world this week by winning the national title with an amazing and historic 15-0 record. But already the liberals are mad at the team.

Not only did Clemson coach Dabo Swinney thank Jesus in his post-game interview on the field, but now breakout quarterback star Trevor Lawrence has been outed as a huge fan of the left’s most hated fast food place, Chick-fil-A.

Swinney caused liberals some flop sweats when he said that his love for Jesus is what helped lead him to the big win this season.

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When ESPN’s cameras caught up with him during the celebration, he was asked about describing the “joy of the moment.”

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“Well, that’s been my word all year,” Swinney began, “and I’ve tried to be intentional with that. And for me personally, joy comes from focusing on Jesus other than yourself.”

Swinney went on to say that the season was “just a blessing” and that “it’s simply the grace of the good Lord to allow us to experience something like this.”

Then it got worse for all those Christian-hating liberals out there.

We have now learned that Trevor Lawrence, Clemson’s amazing winning quarterback, apparently preps for upcoming games by watching game films on his laptop while munching down on sandwiches at his local Chick-fil-A.

As the media takes more notice of this rising football star, ESPN’s Ryan McGee reported that Clemson’s bright new star is a huge fan of the famously conservative fast food joint.

“He does love Chick-Fil-A,” McGee noted before reporting that while a player in high school, Lawrence often installed himself in a back booth to watch game films and eat chicken at the nation’s favorite chicken joint.

Even as a star college player, Lawrence still seeks out his local joint, McGee said.

“In Clemson, they say he does the same, poring over Notre Dame and Alabama defensive cut-ups while snacking on Chick-n-Minis,” McGee wrote.

It is clearly a “thing” for the player, too, as his teammates even noted his love of the chicken maker. After the game, wide receiver Hunter Renfrow joked that Lawrence was cool as “ice.”

“Look at his face,” Renfrow said. “You couldn’t tell if he’s just won the national championship or if he’s just headed down to Chick-Fil-A to eat. He’s ice, man.”

Lawrence was also happy to see that the team’s post-game snack was Chick-fil-A.

“Now we’re getting Chick-Fil-A, too?” Lawrence said on Monday. “We can’t lose tonight.”

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