"We’ve had people calling and say they’re going to shoot the place up," the owner of a Dallas restaurant said.
Clayton denies the accusation, which was reported to police and later posted on Instagram, but some companies that had partnered with him are now distancing themselves from the Instagram star.
The gesture was intended to be a call for unity, while still showing respect for the flag, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said before the game.
"We just want to tell people we're ready for them."
Samira Page has made it her life’s work to help other Christians — and all Americans — love and welcome foreign refugees. In Dallas, that work is paying off.
"People were concerned we were being attacked with what was going on overseas,” a city spokesperson said.
Shade Schuler was the 11th transgender person of color killed in the U.S. so far this year — as many as were killed during all of 2014 — and the latest victim in what anti-violence advocates call an epidemic of homicides of transgender people.