You gotta wonder just how petty and absurd things are going to get over this whole Indiana RFRA law.I get the feeling that ABC sent out a email to all of its Indiana affiliates demanding that they find some example of a business who not only approved of the law but makes clear that their religious conscience would keep them from serving a "gay" wedding.
Well ABC57 found one in a small town.
RFRA: Michiana business wouldn't cater a gay wedding
WALKERTON, Ind. - A small-town pizza shop is saying they agree with Governor Pence and the signing of the controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
The O'Connor family, who owns Memories Pizza, says they have a right to believe in their religion and protect those ideals.
“If a gay couple came in and wanted us to provide pizzas for their wedding, we would have to say no,” says Crystal O'Connor of Memories Pizza.
She and her family are standing firm in their beliefs.
The O'Connors have owned Memories Pizza in Walkerton for 9 years.
It's a small-town business, with small-town ideals.
“We are a Christian establishment,” says O'Connor.
The O'Connor family prides themselves in owning a business that reflects their religious beliefs.
“We're not discriminating against anyone, that's just our belief and anyone has the right to believe in anything,” says O'Connor.
So, when Governor Pence signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law, the family was not disappointed.Pizza?
“We definitely agree with the bill,” says O'Connor.
Who in the hell has catered pizza at a wedding reception?
As always the leftist media is making much ado about nothing in order to advance an agenda,making news instead of reporting it.
Makes you wonder how hard they had to look in the entire state to find this one little business in this one little town to get this "story".
Ah here you go.
Forced to close because they hypothetically refused to cater a hypothetical reception for a hypothetical "gay" wedding.