Defending the family

Its 2015 And Innocent Indiana Pizza Owner Terrorized By Homosexual Zealots

Crystal O'Connor, co-owner of Memories Pizza is undergoing real life persecution for simply sticking to her Christian faith.

The family owned pizza business has had to close after being sought out for attack by pro-homosexual news media intent on encouraging violence and protests against Christians.

Mediaite reports:

A fundraising effort led by conservative radio host Dana Loesch on behalf of Memories Pizza of Walkerton, IN is up to $84,000 in one day.

The pizzeria was vaunted into the debate over Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act after the owner told a local news station she would not cater a gay wedding, describing the exact discrimination critics fear the law will embolden.

The pizzeria received furious reaction online, with itsYelp page destroyed, and was forced to close yesterday after threats.

"The news took it totally out of proportion," owner Crystal O'Connor said on Loesch's show. "They lied about it."

O'Connor said her family was holed up in the home.

"It's 2015, I can't believe that we would be dealing with such persecution like this just because someone says they want to tand up for a tenet of their faith," Loesch said. "God bless you for being fearless and for standing up for your faith."

Loesch gives the fundraising page for the family at this address: (video is posted here also)

http://www.gofundme.com/memoriespizza

Purpose: To relieve the financial loss endured by the proprietors' stand for faith.

http://www.mediaite.com/online/fundraising-page-for-pizzeria-caught-up-in-lgbt-controversy-nearing-100k/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+mediaite%2FxXeM+%28Mediaite%29

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