Chick-fil-A is a popular target of the left for their support of traditional marriage and Christian values.
Leftists have declared an outright war against the fast food chain.
And you won’t believe what this city council decided to do this Chick-fil-A in Texas.
Ever since Chick-fil-A supported efforts to oppose same-sex marriage in 2011, the Left has launched efforts to boycott or sabotage the restaurant.
But the boycotts backfired into a “Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day,” and the chicken sandwich chain has only grown more popular.
Despite their failure, the Left hasn’t given up on their war against Chick-fil-A.
Now, the San Antonio City Council just voted to ban the restaurant from the city’s airport.
ABC News reports:
The San Antonio City Council narrowly voted to prevent Chick-fil-a from opening a restaurant at the city’s airport on Thursday due to the company’s alleged bias against LGBT rights.
The council voted, 6-4, for excluding Chick-fil-a from the overall restaurant and concession space operated by Atlanta-based airport concessionaire Paradies Lagardère. Chick-fil-a has been accused of anti-LGBT behavior for years. CEO Dan Cathy first drew condemnation from LGBT groups in 2012 when he said he supported “the biblical definition of the family unit” — marriage only between a man and woman.
The agreement with Paradies Lagardère was for 10,000 square feet in food and concession space, including not only the Chick-fil-a, but also a Smoke Shack, San Antonio Spurs retail store and coffee shop and bar. The Chick-fil-a would have replaced Raising Cane’s, also a chicken restaurant chain.
LGBT activists pressured the City Council to vote against a Chick-fil-A claiming they are a bigoted and homophobic restaurant chain.
All this over a tasty chicken sandwich.
But supporters rushed to Chick-fil-A’s defense.
Even Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) tweeted his disapproval for the City Council’s move.
This recent move against Chick-fil-A serves as a reminder to Christians that the Left is still coordinating efforts to publicly punish those who hold these values.
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