Texas Gov. Signs 'Save Chick-fil-A' Bill to Stop Discrimination Against Religious Groups

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(Worthy News) - Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed the "Save Chick-fil-A" bill into law Monday.

The new law prohibits the government from taking "adverse action" against an individual or business based on contributions to religious organizations.

The Texas legislature passed SB 1978 after the San Antonio City Council voted to block Chick-fil-A from opening a restaurant at the city's airport. [ Source (Read More...) ]

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6 thoughts on “Texas Gov. Signs 'Save Chick-fil-A' Bill to Stop Discrimination Against Religious Groups”

  1. Know who runs the Seattle City Hall (homeless) Shelter? That shelter is in the literal Seattle City Hall. It's where they let the homeless, both male and female and any other gender identities that want to, sleep on the floor, at night, inside, on the main floor of the City Hall. And that's after it's been using the 4th Ave level of the same building, for the same purpose.

    And it's run by the Salvation Army. It's managed directly by the Seattle Salvation Army and their hires. It is, without a doubt, the best run shelter in the State of Washington. And Seattle would be the first to come down on anyone who discriminates against people in the LGBTQ movement. There is simply no good reason to assume that having donated to the Salvation Army is funding discrimination of any kind. It's just not there. In fact, there are testimonies of quite the opposite. And "no" I don't belong to the SA and never have.

    The Salvation Army does a whole lot more, than "just" manage a hundred or more homeless people, male and female, (and all the others) each and every night of the year. It has a shelter for Veterans on their own properties, a program that's specifically to help addicts dry out and stay sober while beginning to work once again also, plus a bunch more stuff.

    What idiot gets to say donating to the Salvation Army "might" contribute to discrimination? It's exactly the opposite. No one asks for what your sexual preferences are for, on checking in, at night. Only what pronoun you want to be addressed by, if it seems that is or might be an issue for you. and then, complete compliance with pronoun wishes.

    Slander like that (accusing the SA of discrimination) can end up leaving "God only knows how many" people out in the elements (and gangs, and druggies) at night, instead.

  2. The anti God cartel will invent any excuse to stop anyone giving life-giving support to anyone if it happens to be Christian.

    They hate God so much and all the kudos he gets for being merciful, generous, kind and giving, their anger has to be vitiated so they have to ruin people's lives in their attempt to get the upper hand.

    They would rather people suffer than give God any credit for being behind the works of charity that christians do.

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