In their never-ending mission to destroy all who stand in the way of universal acceptance of their sexually-deviant lifestyle, we have received news that the Denver City Council has joined the Gay Mafia.
According to a story in The Denver Post, a routine contract with Chick-fil-A was pending before the Denver City Council to operate one of its restaurants at Denver International Airport (DIA) when Councilman Paul Lopez stood in opposition to their application, calling it a “really, truly a moral issue on the city.”
Robin Kniech—the council’s first openly homosexual member— who should be looking out for every citizen of Denver and not just the special interests of her fellow homosexuals, concurred with Lopez because she was worried about a local franchise generating “corporate profits used to fund and fuel discrimination.”
And Councilman Jolon Clark said, “We can do better than this brand in Denver at out airport, in my estimation.”
Despite repeated assurances from concessionaires to the City of Denver that they follow nondiscrimination laws—not to mention the fact that the City of Denver had no evidence that Chick-fil-A has ever discriminated against employees or customers—the Council put the situation on hold for two weeks.
So, if there’s no evidence of discrimination, what could possibly be motivating the Denver City Council’s attack against the company run by CEO Dan Cathy, who raised the ire of the Gay Mafia in 2012 when he stated that he believed in marriage as the union of one man and one woman? Religious discrimination! Yep, the politically-correct Council of the Mile High City is guilty of the same thing they are accusing Chick-fil-A of doing — discrimination.
City attorneys, perhaps unintentionally, confirmed the discriminatory motivation of the city council when they announced that they would be briefing the committee at their next meeting (September 1) on the legal implications of rejecting a routine contract based on the applicant’s religious beliefs.
The council further confirmed their prejudices against people of faith when they raised concerns about “Chick-fil-A’s religion-influenced operation, which includes keeping all franchises closed on Sunday,” causing Kniech, Lopes and other members to worry about the airport’s reputation.
Because, as we all know, nothing gives a city a black-eye like a business that honors the Sabbath.
On the Sunday closing issue, airport officials confirmed that Chick-fil-A restaurants “typically generate more in six days a week … than most fast-food concessions that are open all seven.”
A previous Chick-fil-A franchise operated at the airport about 10 years ago. This time, the plan called for a partnership between Concessions International of Atlanta and Delarosa Restaurant Concepts of Denver to run it. Mike De La Rosa, Delarosa’s president, defended the operation:
“Any and all hiring, promotion — any and all of those decisions are made by us. We have a long history of diversity, all those kind of things, between both companies. These would not be issues.”
In reality, equality for homosexuals is a non-issue and that works for the Gay Mafia, because the homosexual movement has never been about equality. It’s always been about absolute and unconditional acceptance of their sexually-deviant behavior. Refuse, and you become a target for destruction.
By the way, the City of Denver is only one cog in the intolerance machine. Colorado politicians at all levels are accessories to the crimes committed by the Gay Mafia. Homosexual Rep. Jared Polis has joined the call for new federal laws denying Christian business owners the Constitutional right to religious freedom, and for the removal of 501c3 tax-exempt status for Christian non-profits, which would include churches, who object to homosexual marriage.
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