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A Montana Republican gubernatorial candidate is jabbing cities who banned Chick-fil-A from their airports, saying Big Sky Country does not discriminate against people’s religious beliefs.

In a video posted on Twitter, state Attorney General Tim Fox said places like San Antonio, Texas, and Buffalo, N.Y., are trying to “evoke division and outrage” by banning the popular fast-food restaurant. Each of the cities have prevented Chick-fil-A from being able to contract with their airports, citing the founder’s religious views about same-sex marriage and the company’s donations to anti-LGBT groups.

The article goes on to state the following:

“You know, that’s not the way we do things in Montana. We don’t discriminate against people for their religious views,” Fox said.

“Even though this Big Sky Country is beef country, we know a good chicken sandwich when we eat it,” he added. “So Chick-fil-A, you guys are welcome here, come on over. We’re open for business in Montana.”

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