Company Exec Who Berated Chick-fil-A Worker Now Lives on Food Stamps

Adam Smith says he now shows his controverisal video to prospective employers, and continues to be rejected

Former CFO on Food Stamps After Controversial Viral Video About Chik-Fil-A (ABC News)

A former CFO is now on food stamps after a video he posted on YouTube two and half ago criticizing Chick-Fil-A went viral and destroyed his career.

Adam Smith, 37, was the CFO of a medical device manufacturer in Arizona, until the summer 2012, when he -- and thousands of other people -- started protesting against Chick-Fil-A for the fast-food chain’s anti-gay stance.

One day, Smith decided to go through the drive-thru at his local Chick-Fil-A, where he ordered a free water -- the fast food chain offers customers free water -- and videotaped himself telling the drive-thru attendant how much he despised Chick-Fil-A.

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