Texas AG investigating San Antonio for banning Chick-fil-A from its airport

Texas AG investigating San Antonio for banning Chick-fil-A from its airport

The Texas AG is investigating whether the city of San Antonio violated Chick-fil-A’s religious liberty when it banned the fast food chain from its airport. Last week, the San Antonio city council approved a new concessions contract for the airport, on the condition that Chick-fil-A be excluded. Chick-fil-A has come under fire from supporters of same-sex marriage in recent years.

KCooper
KCooper
Der Rikmeister
Der Rikmeister 1 year

It's sad when you consider that there's nothing anti-LGBTQ about the restaurant itself, its service, its employees, its advertising, or its food. This is about someone's opinion and the silencing of it via governmental authority.

Andrew 1010
Andrew 1010 1 year

Wow... just wow. So because the owner is against gay couple's they should then have their businesses shut down for an opinion?!

Jus Saying
Jus Saying 1 year

I wonder if there's a ban on halal products... probably not cause apparently it's only Christians that are the problem.... apparently.

Bulk Smash!!!
Bulk Smash!!! 1 year

CURSES!!! That stupid ol' Constitution always getting in the way of our leftist tyranny! Can't somebody in government just annul it?

Jarret Durst
Jarret Durst 1 year

Wooooh, do not fuck with my Chick-fil-a. We will fucking throw down.

Scruffy Stoat
Scruffy Stoat 1 year

Just tell whichever SJW that abused their power to get this done that Chic-Fil-A is actually owned by Muslims. Wham, bam, extra polynesian with my sandwich please.

M.Twain
M.Twain 1 year

Airports operate 7 days a week, if you won't open on Sunday then you can't fulfill a contract of providing services during all business hours. No discrimination, just free market, why waste space on a business that is not going to generate revenue on Sunday, because of the owner's backward beliefs, I'm sure he could find a couple of Jews to work Sunday since they observe the real Sabbath.

Hannibal
Hannibal 1 year

And this is why politicians should be held personally responsible for laws they vote on. This was a patently illegal decision. If you discriminate like this city council did you should face the same punishment as any business owner would for doing so. Anybody seizing their property like the Christian Colorado bakers?

Captain Obvious
Captain Obvious 1 year

Every place they've pushed to shut down CfA has only brought out millions in protest buying up more food and making the business more profitable. Gotta thank the idiots behind this push

Sir_Kutz
Sir_Kutz 1 year

If we worried about the beliefs of every CEO or board member we wouldn’t have anything left to purchase.

Seth Racc
Seth Racc 1 year

I ain’t homophobic but they make some good food so... Oh and also this is an attack on religious freedom.

Crimson Jester
Crimson Jester 1 year

About damn time.

Aniolel Seer
Aniolel Seer 1 year

Homestly? They do not hate anyone. What we have here is the lgbt snowflakes upset because the fast food franchise took the morally high road, as they should, and not bow down to the spirit of the culture.

VoteMeForDictator
VoteMeForDictator 1 year

Chick-fil-A is a Christian business? Well then, I like them more now!

consistency
consistency 1 year

Hitler ran a pretty tight ship, and I seem to remember people defending him for a while.

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