City council excludes Chick-fil-A in order to be inclusive

San Antonio, TX city council has decided to ban Chick-fil-A from opening a store at its airport in effort to be inclusive of all people, no matter their race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation.

Mayor Ron Nirenberg says that it’s a step forward. “This is a big step forward in our effort to stand for equality for all, except for some people.”

Chick-fil-A makes delicious chicken sandwiches and serves them with a level of customer service that hasn’t been seen in decades in the growing service economy and that’s a problem says the mayor.

“They are clearly discriminatory,” Nirenberg said. “The way they say, ‘thank you’ and ‘pleasure to serve you’ is almost Nazi-esque. Did you just assume that I wanted good service? Did you just assume that I wanted a delicious spicy chicken deluxe sandwich with lettuce, tomato on a buttered bun?”

Others have claimed that the company discriminates against people who are hungry on Sundays, when they are closed.

“They clearly want people to starve on Sundays,” Mud E. Cone said. “Chik-fil-A is attempting to be so successful as to squeeze all other restaurants out of the marketplace so that everyone starves on Sundays and that’s a real problem.”

The Chik-fil-A cows have recently come out against the oppressive Green New Deal and some are claiming that this is reprisal for that.