Chick-fil-A banned from another airport for Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Salvation Army donations

Chick-fil-A banned from another airport for Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Salvation Army donations
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#1

Another example of Christian persecution in the US :neutral_face:


#2

What the politicians are saying about this restaurant is so untrue. Chic-Fil-A’s answer in part, below:

"In response to the news, the chicken sandwich company released a statement denouncing the “inaccurate narrative” being advanced about them.

“We do not have a political or social agenda or discriminate against any group. More than 145,000 people from different backgrounds and beliefs represent the Chick-fil-A brand,” stated Chick-fil-A, as reported by WGRZ.

“We embrace all people, regardless of religion, race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation or gender identity.”"

You’re right @Moses_C. It is persecution. They hold these beliefs but they do not discriminate.