Rep. Louie GohmertLouis (Louie) Buller GohmertThis week: Congress seeks to avoid a shutdown Lawmakers call on Treasury to take tougher stance on Hamas in Qatar Colbert spoofs Louie Gohmert's Uranium One chart MORE (R-Texas) tweeted a picture of a spread of the fast-food chain’s famous sandwiches that served as lunch for his Washington office staff.

Sen. Lindsey GrahamLindsey Olin GrahamGOP and Dems bitterly divided by immigration We are running out of time to protect Dreamers US trade deficit rises on record imports from China MORE (R-S.C.) shared his "usual order" with followers, but also tweeted that he had Chick-fil-A for breakfast.

Rep. Robert AderholtRobert Brown AderholtConservative rips Appropriations chairman over no vote on tax reform CBS series 'Madam Secretary' exploring 'fake news' plot Trump launches all-out assault on Mueller probe MORE (R-Ala.) also tweeted a snapshot of a small feast he and his office staff were set to consume.

Rep. Diane BlackDiane Lynn BlackRyan picks his negotiating team for tax cut bill Overnight Finance: House approves motion to go to tax conference — with drama | GOP leaders to consider Dec. 30 spending bill | Justices skeptical of ban on sports betting | Mulvaney won't fire official who sued him Lawmakers take to Twitter to spread the Thanksgiving cheer MORE (R-Tenn.) also tweeted that she brought sandwiches to a congressional Bible study, offering a photo as proof.

Former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee launched the conservative effort to rally around Chick-fil-A following a boycott by gay-marriage groups in the wake of the chain’s CEO, Dan Cathy, declaring that he and the company were “guilty as charged” for supporting the “traditional family.”

Santorum and Huckabee led the way, but Twitter on Wednesday was full of photos from various Chick-fil-A restaurants doing a booming business, and "Chick-fil-A" was trending nationwide. Republicans had already turned to Twitter to make their support clear during the previous week.

Democrats have mostly stayed mum on the topic, but last Friday Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) tweeted that she “[preferred] Kentucky Fried Chicken," turning her tweet into a direct jab at Chick-fil-A with a hashtag.