Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced Thursday that he is opening a preliminary investigation into the Mayor of San Antonio and the city council after the cityleft the airport as LGBT Behavior. The city council voted last week at 6-4 to exclude Chick-fil-A from a new trade and restaurant contract at San Antonio International Airport.
Seven years laterfor the "biblical definition of family unit" is the restaurant chain back on the news after the leftist website ThinkProgress had reported that the Chick-fil-A Foundation had three groups of $ 1
Paxton called the movement "the opposite of tolerance" and a "discriminatory decision" based on the religious beliefs of chain owners.
"Protecting Religious Freedom Through the constitution is somehow even better than Chickfil A's chicken, "Paxton said in the letter. "Unfortunately, I have serious concerns that both are being attacked at the San Antonio airport."
The letter also mentions several council members, including Councilman Manny Peláez. Peláez described Chick-fil-A as a "symbol of hate" for donating to religious charities he believes in repelling LGBTQ rights, reports CBS San Antonio subsidiary KENS-TV.
fil-A, because they are closed on Sundays, reports from KENS-TV.
"We want to make sure these subcontracts for airport restaurants show the best of San Antonio," Nirenberg told KENS-TV. "Fifteen percent of the airport's volume is on a Sunday and we want to make sure there's a restaurant open daily."
In a second letter, Paxton said he would ask Transport Minister Elaine Chao to investigate possible violations of Federal and Transport Ministry regulations.