Radical LGBT activists are waging an all-out war against Chick-fil-A.
But they never saw this coming.
The Texas State Senate took one action that threw LGBT activists into a tizzy over Chick-fil-A.
San Antonio recently stopped a Chick-fil-A location from being opened in their airport after activists lobbied them to do so.
LGBT activists are claiming the restaurant discriminates against the LGBT community and promotes hatred simply because the President has made personal contributions to political causes they don’t agree with.
They’ve used this same lie to shut down Chick-fil-A on campuses across the United States as well.
But the Texas State Senate is fighting back after approving the “Save Chick-fil-A” Bill.
This legislation would prevent anyone from punishing someone due to their charitable or religious beliefs.
Which means the Left’s war against Chick-fil-A would be over in a moment’s notice in Texas.
Dallas News reports:
The Texas Senate has approved a bill that would prohibit the government from penalizing individuals and businesses for their charitable giving to or membership in religious groups.
Senate Bill 1978, which supporters call the “Save Chick-fil-A” bill, was passed by a vote of 19-12 on Thursday afternoon after about four hours of debate over two days. Sen. Eddie Lucio, D-Brownsville, broke with his party to vote in favor, while Sen. Kel Seliger of Amarillo split with fellow Republicans to vote against the bill.
The legislation now heads to the Texas House for further debate, just 10 days before lawmakers are scheduled to go home.
In the waning days of the 2019 session, this so-called “Save Chick-fil-A bill” has quickly become one of the most divisive issues in an otherwise mostly harmonious year. . .
Ever since Chick-fil-A’s President made a personal contribution to an effort opposing same-sex marriage, the Left has made the popular fast food chicken chain one of their primary targets.
They have protested outside of their locations and even attempted to start a boycott, which completely backfired.
Now people are catching on to their tactics and fighting back.
What do you think?
Should city governments be allowed to shut down Chick-fil-A due to their religious beliefs?