Ian Tuttle at National Review’s Corner blog discovered that Memories Pizza has come under attack on Google Maps of all places. A search for pizza parlors in the Walkerton shows Memories Pizza, but if you click on the image, gay propaganda pops up, and under reviews of the pizza parlor a few hundred of them, they are attacks on the tiny business.
One says, “This business believes in hate.”
Another says, “I commend you for your ‘we hate gays’ confession. It is not every day that that a business is willing to alienate 60% of their customer base who support gay marriage.”
Yet another says, “Memories Pizza owner are bigots.”
And another, “Bigoted owners=hateful employees=terrible service= plenty of other pizza places to choose from…ignore this place.”
Yelp is not any better. One guys writes, “My wife/cousin and I went hoping to see some vintage kkk memorabilia and check out their 3rd Reich themed menus but were disappointed to find that their hate is only directed at gays!”
Another simply said, “You suck. And you’re probably going to go under.”
A guy from Houston said, “I was totally going to get this place to cater my gay wedding, but since Crystal and her incestuous family don’t support the fact that I’ve chosen to have sex with men instead of the goats they breed with, it looks like I’m going to have to go with Dominoes.”
So intense were the threatening phone calls, emails, and Tweets, that the owner simply closed the shop, for now, until the liberal tolerance blows over.
Yesterday I published an article on a pizza shop in Indiana that was interviewed about the new RFRA law. Today the business has been shut down due to threatening phone calls, emails, and tweets, along with slanderous posts on Yelp and Google. Because #tolerance.