A syndicated columnist says two airports that banned Chick-fil-A from their facilities engaged in “anti-Christian, unconstitutional” behavior – and that it’s a preview of a future where anyone who affirms traditional views on sexuality will be shunned.
Barely one week after a Chick-fil-A was blocked from opening at one major U.S. airport, a second airport has done the same. The latest airport to say “no” to the famous chicken sandwiches is the Buffalo Niagara International Airport, or more specifically, the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority (NFTA), which oversees the public facility.
Jonathan Full didn’t hesitate before choosing to pay for the meals of 11 servicemen and women at a local Chick-fil-a in Durham, North Carolina, choosing to honor his late stepbrother who suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Students at Rider University in New Jersey recently voted to bring Chick-fil-A to their campus. However, administrators rejected the proposal because of the company’s perceived “opposition to the LGBTQ+ community.” Cynthia Newman, the dean of the College of Business, “felt like I had been punched in the stomach when I read that statement.”