BREAKING VIA THE WASHINGTON TIMES:
The Indiana family under attack for telling local news that their pizzeria would not cater a hypothetical gay wedding is considering moving out of town even as Memories Pizza supporters raised more than $120,000 in less than 24 hours.
Pizzeria co-owner Crystal O’Connor confirmed in an interview with conservative talk-show host Dana Loesch that the family may leave the area after being bombarded with social-media criticism, national media attention and an arson threat for saying that restaurant would not serve a same-sex wedding if asked.
The Walkerton pizzeria, which has never been asked to cater a same-sex ceremony, closed shortly after the uproar began Wednesday, and may never reopen, Ms. O’Connor said.
FULL STORY HERE:
Indiana pizzeria owners close doors, may leave town after gay-wedding attacks – Washington Times.
Indiana Christian owned pizzeria closing doors
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