“What goes around comes around,” as my father used to say. Jessica Dooley, the radical lesbian coach who called for the burning down of Memories Pizza in Indiana following the business telling a reporter that they would not cater to a “wedding” based on sodomy has been terminated.
A northern Indiana school district says it has fired a coach who tweeted about burning down a pizza shop after its owners said they wouldn’t cater a gay wedding because of their religious beliefs.
Concord Community Schools Superintendent Wayne Stubbs confirmed to The Goshen News that Jessica Dooley was terminated on Monday.
Dooley had been suspended since April 1 after she suggested burning down Memories Pizza in Walkerton over the owners’ support for a new religious objects law that critics called anti-gay.
ABC57 reporter Alyssa Marino asked Crystal O’Connor if their business would cater a “wedding” based on sodomy.
“If a gay couple came in and wanted us to provide pizzas for their wedding, we would have to say no,” she told Marino.
“That lifestyle is something they choose. I choose to be heterosexual,” her father Kevin added. “They choose to be homosexual. Why should I be beat over the head to go along with something they choose?”
While both father and daughter said they would serve anyone that came to their restaurant to eat, including those practicing sodomy (obviously a business does not need to know what deviancy you are involved in to serve food), they could not in good conscience cater to something they are opposed to. Of course, this was a fabricated story for the media to push in order to advance the homosexual agenda.
Following that news, Dooley tweeted:
Concord Communities School issued a statement following her tweet:
As an educational institution, Concord Community Schools believes that the exchange of differing ideas, concepts, and principles is a valuable and meaningful part of the educational process. It is not necessary that everyone agree with every idea offered. It is, however, both critically important and absolutely necessary that the expression of any idea comport with the minimum expectations established by federal and state laws. The active promotion of illegal violence cannot be permitted.
Walkerton Police were notified of the threat as well and began an investigation and that case is now in the hands of county prosecutors.
The threats caused Memories Pizza to close, not knowing if it was safe for them to be open for business. As a result, a fund was set up with a goal of $25,000 to help the O’Connors. However, it quickly swelled to receive $842,000 in just three days! The O’Connors were able to reopen eight days after they closed on April 10.
I’d say Dooley got what she had coming to her, though probably she got off rather easy at this point. We’ll wait to see if prosecutors actually bring forth justice for her crime.