Thursday, April 2, 2015

The Chick-fil-a Effect

I think one of the things most Americans despise is bullies.
A great example of that is the ABC57 reporter who asked gotcha questions to the owner of Memories Pizza and she naively answered truthfully.
The whole purpose of which was to stoke outrage (like it needed much stoking) over the Indiana RFRA bill.
Well the predictable shower of hate and threats descended on this small town business forcing it to close it's doors. Even though no one even asked or was turned away or refused service. All it takes is the hypothetical inference that it might/could happen.

Well in response a GoFundMe account was set up to help these unfortunate people through their financial loss.

Donations flood Indiana’s Memories Pizza after RFRA fallout

As of this post the current amount is $329,974 with over 11,000 people donating so far.
Weird thing is that yesterday when I was looking at the donations there were quite a few from people who stated their names and left notes of support. Now they're all anonymous as far as I can see so obviously the tolerance brigade has been taking names.

Lot of hate going out to the guy who started the GoFundMe page for Memories Pizza also.
Despite what the media and the pink mafia want you to believe there is a lot of support out there for this business owner who obviously didn't realize that she was being used by an unscrupulous media entity for their own self-aggrandizing purposes.

The liberal media are not our friends, they use people of faith and throw them away like used tissue in order to pander to the basest of our society.
Mainly homosexuals and democrats.

While helping these business owners out,and any others snared in the media,is a good first step the next one should be notifying the MSM that we're not going to stand for their duplicity any longer.  

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