South Bend, Indiana - When students at Notre Dame University protested the opening of a Chick-fil-A on campus, South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham knew he had to step in.
"I want everyone across America to know I have Chick-fil-A's back. I hope we don't have to, but I will go to war for those tasty nuggets," Graham tweeted.
Hours later, a black and red van showed up outside a South Bend, Indiana Chick-fil-A location. Witnesses say Graham and five elite commandos climbed out and took up defensive positions around the restaurant.
The mercenaries were later identified as:
Colorado Representative Lauren Boebert
Georgia Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene
Mark and Patricia McCloskey
Sergeant B.A. Baracus
Graham told reporters, "There is nothing more important in this country than every America having access to the great food, great service, and great values Chick-fil-A offers. We will stand our ground."
It is unclear why the team chose that Chick-fil-A location when the proposed campus location is miles away. It is also unclear if the force will work on Sunday.
When asked, Graham simply said, "I don't know, but I love it when a plan comes together."
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